The Uganda Woodball Federation has extended technical support to Tanzania ahead of the much-awaited 2nd Beach Woodball World Cup Championship.
Uganda is scheduled to host the global event from May 25th to 31st at the Spennah Beach in Entebbe.
In a bid to see that African teams perform well at the global showpiece, the Ugandan federation has embarked on a mission to help the other African nations expected to participate to prepare for the event.
The federation sent John Bosco Kaddu to Dar es Salaam, Tanzania to help them in the mission.
“UWbF is carrying the International woodball federation mandate of developing Woodball in Africa,” a statement from the federation reads in part. “Mr. Kaddu John Bosco is currently in Tanzania to help them prepare for the 2nd Beach Woodball World Cup Championship 2019.”
Tanzania is one of the 14 African teams confirmed to compete at the event. The others include; Kenya, Malawi, Rwanda, Burundi, Namibia, Malawi, South Africa, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Somalia South Sudan and Ghana.
Chinese Taipei, China, Hong Kong (China), Malaysia, India, Korea and Singapore make up the Asian Teams.