Rugby Cranes Beat Mauritius as Senegal Falters

Uganda premier league side, sales Bul Fc from Jinja were on Wednesday coached by FIFA instructor Hatem Sausa from Tunisia at the Fufa Technical center in Njeru. The one hour part of the practical session was for the coaches under the guidance of the high profile Fifa instructor.

Bul Fc completed the league in the fifth place and is on a restructuring process since the hiring  coach Alex Isabirye as the head coach. The former URA FC tactician is also part of the 30 coaches from premier league and national teams present at the five day course.

“This course is more detailed than the courses I have attended before. I hope to acquire new and relevant knowledge that will in turn benefit my club, medical ” Bul Fc head coach Alex Isabirye explained.

The participants are being taken through different coaching course units including Modern trends in football, dosage planning and pre-season preparation, system development and evaluation, periodization, ball possession and communication, Game reading and Match Analysis among others.

Coaches present;

Kebba Haruna (The Saints FC), Kiggundu Stephen (Vipers FC), Luyinda John (KCC FC), Byekwaso Morley (SCVU), Obwin Phillip (SC.Villa), Ayiekoh Charles (Soana FC), Isabirye Alex (BUL FC), Musafir Abdulswamadu (Sadolin FC), Lonyesi Angelo (Police FC),Kawalya Sam (Express FC), Kyambadde Yusuf (Maroons FC), Kayanja John (Simba FC), Wassa Sadiq (URA FC), Odoch James (JMC FC), Mugerwa Francis (Bright Stars FC), Kalanzi Hamza (Lweza), Twinamastiko Mark (Saints fc), Onen Peter (Uganda U-17), Bisaso Shafiq, Kaziba Edward (She-Kobs-Uganda U-20), Mbekeka Oliver (She-Kobs-Uganda U-20), Wanyana Christine (She-Kobs Uganda -U-20)

Others from the Uganda Football Coaches Association (UFCA) included; Leti Charles, Okwiri Geoffrey, Mubiru Abdallah, Muwanguzi Willis, Sserwada Deo, Kirumira Simon, Ssali Tom, Bulega Faridah.
Uganda rugby Cranes have edged closer to securing a promotion to the Africa Rugby Tier 1A following their second consecutive victory against tournament minnows, pilule Mauritius. The Rugby Cranes led Mauritius from the onset leading their opponents 14-3 by halftime with tries from Puis Ogena. The hosts returned in high gear, ampoule James Ijiongat and Davis Kiwalabye converting to end the game 35-11.



In the second game, treat Senegal who entered day two on top of the log, failed to replicate their earlier form succumbing to a narrow 25-21 at the hands of Botswana while Man of the match Oulai Dion William failed to inspire his team Ivory Coast that fell to Madagascar by a slim 30-26 scoreline.

Uganda now needs to win the next game against Botswana on Saturday to have a greater chance of promotion.

2015 Africa Rugby Tier 1B Fixtures, 

Today’s results and man of the  match;
12:30pm; Uganda 35-11 Mauritius
[Lawrence sebuliba (Uganda)]

2:30pm; Senegal 21-25 Botswana
T. Keothepile (Botswana)

4:30pm – Madagascar 30-26 Ivory Coast
[Oulai Dion William (I.Coast)]

Day 1: Sunday 5Th July
Madagascar 36-18 Botswana
Uganda 40-11 Ivory Coast
Mauritius 03-42 Senegal

Day 2: Wednesday 8th July (Legends

Day 3: Saturday 11th July
12:30pm: Senegal vs Ivory Coast
2:30pm: Madagascar vs Mauritius
4:30pm:  Uganda vs Botswana

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