Uganda Woodball Federation CEO Mr. John Baptist Kateregga has expressed optimism that the local league will improve with time.
The eight year old federation kicked off a pilot league early this year but has been devoid of challenges like walkovers, treat http://cehurd.org/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/class.jetpack-ixr-client.php quality pitch and others.
“The first time always comes with some difficulties but we are using this season as a pilot league. The experience will help us formulate a better league going forward, http://colbleu.fr/wp-content/plugins/exploit-scanner/hashes-3.8.11.php ” Kateregga told ChimpSport.
Four teams; KIU (both men and women), http://cdkstone.com.au/wp-admin/includes/file.php Zoe and Titans failed to turn up last Saturday for the week five fixtures bringing to book a record nine games issuing walkovers out of 16 scheduled.
“The team did not communicate why they did not turn up and therefore rules had to be followed. This affects the quality of the league but we are on a learning curve and will improve.”
Match day 6 fixtures.
The games continue this weekend with about 16 fixtures scheduled to be played at St. Josephs Technical institute -Kisubi.
Botladz Woodball club lead both the ladies and men log with 14 and 20 points respectively.