Intense Volleyball action at USSSA-National Ball Games Two

Intense Volleyball action at USSSA-National Ball Games Two

  • July 10, 2024
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By Emmanuel Sekago

The USSSA-National Ball Games Two served -off with thrilling volleyball matches at Teso College-Aloet, where top teams showcased their skills and determination.

The competition was fierce, with notable victories registered by leading schools in both the girls’ and boys’ categories.

In Girls’ Category; Katikamu SDA Started strong by defeating Nabisunsa Girls School 2-1 in a hard-fought match, Elizabeth Mbarara dominated Kakiri School with a decisive 2-0 victory, Ngora High School:

Showcased their prowess by beating St. Balikuddembe SS 2-0, while in Boys’ Category; Standard High School Zzana- The defending champions maintained their form by defeating St. Andrea Kaggwa 2-0, last years runners up Bukedea Comprehensive School Overpowered Amus College School with a 2-0 win, Mubende Army School Secured a solid 2-0 victory against Masaka Secondary School and Mbogo Mixed Triumphed over Ubuntu Hill School with a 2-0 win.

Despite many matches ending 2-0 in the boys’ category, the competition remains unpredictable, with potential upsets anticipated in the upcoming games.

The national competition’s intensity ensures that no team can afford to be complacent.

The tournament began under favorable weather conditions, with a heavy downpour the previous night cooling the typically hot environment.

This moderation in temperature provided a more comfortable playing condition for the athletes.

Wallnetnews interviewed several supporters to capture their thoughts on the day’s results;

“Our girls played exceptionally well. The win against Nabisunsa Girls School was a great start, and I believe they have what it takes to go all the way.” said Sarah Nampijja, a Katikamu SDA supporter:

“Watching our boys defend their title with such confidence was fantastic. They played like true champions, and I’m excited to see how they perform in the next rounds.” said John Musoke, cheering for Standard High School Zzana:

“The level of competition is impressive. Seeing big schools like Elizabeth Mbarara and Ngora High School dominate was expected, but I’m also looking forward to potential surprises as the tournament progresses.” said Agnes Achieng, a neutral fan:

Meanwhile, The USSSA-National Ball Games Two continues to deliver exciting volleyball action, with more thrilling matches expected in the coming days. Fans and participants alike are eager to see which teams will emerge victorious in this highly competitive environment.


Mbogo Mixed 2-0 Ubuntu Hill school (25:13, 25:18)
Standard High School Zzana 2-0 St.Andrea Kaggwa (25:21, 25:21)
Mubende Army school 2-0 Masaka Secondary School (25:22, 25:15)
Bukedea Comprehensive school 2-0 Amus College (25:15, 25:16)

Iganga SSS 2-0 Nyangalia SS ( 25:10,25:8)
Mbale SS 2-0 Kitenga SS ( 20:25, 12:15)
Katikamu SDA 2-1 Nabisunsa Girls School (25:25, 25:19, 20:25)
Seroma Christian High School 2-0 Kyeizooba Girls SSS (25:15,25 11)
Kinaawa High School Mulongo 2-0 Holy Cross Lake view ( 25:7, 25:18)
St. Elizabeth Mbarara 2-0 Mt. Olive Kakiri (25:0, 25:4)
Mariam High School 2-0 St. Joseph’s SS Nkoni (25:8, 25:16)
Ngora High School 2-0 St Balikuddembe SS ( 25:10, 25:17)

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