Bukedea Comprehensive’s impersonation petition, force USSSA-Teso Zone qualifiers final postponed

Bukedea Comprehensive’s impersonation petition, force USSSA-Teso Zone qualifiers final postponed

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  • April 4, 2024
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By Emmanuel Sekago

In light of recent developments, the highly anticipated final match between Amus College School and Kobulubulu School at the USSSA-Teso Zone qualifiers was put-off.

This decision comes following the submission of a petition by Bukedea Comprehensive School, which requires thorough review and consideration.

The USSSA-Teso Zone committee acknowledges the importance of fair play and transparency in all its competitions.

Therefore, in response to the petition submitted by Bukedea Comprehensive School against Kobulubulu secondary school, the organizing committee  deemed it necessary to put off  the final match between defending champions Amus College School against Kobulubulu secondary school until further notice.

While the postponement may be disappointing to the teams and their supporters, it is imperative to ensure that all concerns raised in the petition are duly addressed and resolved in accordance with the USSSA guidelines and principles.

According to the documents and pictures of alleged impersonators seen by wallnetnews  Upon careful examination of the petition submitted by Bukedea Comprehensive School regarding alleged impersonation of players from Kobulubulu  Secondary School, by the look of the letter there is  a crucial deficiency in the evidence provided.

Bukedea Comprehensive School’s petition referenced jersey numbers of the players allegedly (14) and (11) involved in the impersonation.

Bukedea Comprehesive School Petition against Kobulubulu Secondary school

However, it failed to substantiate these claims with the names of the individuals accused of impersonation. Without specific identification of the players in question, the petition lacks the necessary clarity and evidence to pursue further action.

In accordance with the principles of fairness and transparency upheld by the USSSA, it is imperative that any allegations of misconduct are supported by clear and verifiable evidence, including the names of the individuals involved.

Therefore, by the look at the letter, the Bukedea Comprehensive School’s petition does not meet the criteria for further investigation.

The allegations of impersonation remain unsubstantiated, and as a result, the USSSA-Teso Zone qualifiers final match between Amus College School and Kobulubulu Secondary School should have  proceeded as scheduled.

However, one has to appreciate the diligence of Bukedea Comprehensive School in bringing their concerns to the  attention.

However, it is essential that future petitions adhere to the guidelines outlined by the USSSA, including the provision of detailed and verifiable evidence to support any claims of misconduct.

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