Amus College, Buddo, Bukedea Comp in Jinja City  to fight for football title

Amus College, Buddo, Bukedea Comp in Jinja City  to fight for football title

By Emmanuel Sekago

Federation of East africa schools sports association (FEASSSA) boys’ soccer 2023  first runners up  Amus college school -Bukedea headlines the 5th edition of the Uganda secondary schools sports association (USSSA) Elite schools  tournament set to kick off Thursday, January 25th 2024.

The competition director Emmanuel Kasakya, said  Amus college school-Bukedea is one of the teams that have confirmed their participation in the annual tournament to be held at Jinja secondary school in Jinja City.

The Sapir Hill boys  are expected to face a big competition if they are to lift this years  title.

Buddo secondary school

The tournament will feature basketball (5×5 and 3×3), soccer (Boys and Girls), volleyball (Boys and Girls), handball (Boys and Girls), and Netball.

Amus college school -Bukedea  will however, face stiff competition from Standard High School -Zaana, Jinja progressive (JIPRA), Jinja secondary school, Jinja College school, Bukedea Comprehensive school, Kawempe muslim school and St Kagwa High School -Bushenyi.

Stiff competition is expected in Soccer boys, girls football with FEASSA champions Kawempe Muslim school.

Other Soccer girls  powerhouses that have confirmed participation are Kawempe Muslim school, St Noa girls, Sacred heart secondary school, Bon Conseil girls school, Bukedea comprehensive school and Jinja progressive academy (JIPRA).

“more than 30 schools  confirmed participation and Its going be a highly competitive tournament. We expect fireworks, especially in soccer, both boys and girls, Netball and basketball  because national and regional powerhouses have confirmed participation,” said Kasakya.

He said teams that participated in past tournaments went ahead to bag regional and national tournaments.“Most teams want to gauge themselves against the best before the Uganda Secondary Schools Sports Association (USSSA) district qualifiers  games kick off later in March,” he added.

It should be noted that last week, the Uganda Secondary Schools Sports Association (USSSA) conducted capacity building programs held at  Kibuli secondary school, Mbale secondary school and Gulu.

The training covered athletics,netball, football, handball, basketball, Media and first Aid.The courses were  aimed at equipping sports teachers and students  with current coaching techniques and rule changes in the various games.

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