Kitende Basketball Stars Kauma, Akanyo Join Seroma Christian High School

Kitende Basketball Stars Kauma, Akanyo Join Seroma Christian High School

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  • March 12, 2024
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By Emmanuel Sekago

In an exciting development within the Ugandan school sports community, St. Mary’s Kitende proudly announces the transfer of two exceptional basketball players, Kauma Bridget and Akanyo, to Seroma Christian High School.

St Marys Kitende Director greeting players at USSSA-Elite games

This decision reflects St. Mary’s Kitende’s commitment to fostering talent and contributing to the growth of basketball beyond its own campus.

Kauma Bridget and Akanyo, having honed their skills and showcased exemplary sportsmanship at St. Mary’s Kitende, are now ready to embark on a new journey with Seroma Christian High School.

This transfer underscores the interconnectedness of schools within the sporting realm, emphasizing the collaborative spirit that defines the Ugandan school sports landscape.

St. Mary’s Kitende acknowledges the potential of Kauma Bridget and Akanyo to make a significant impact on the basketball culture at Seroma Christian High School.

As these players carry with them the values instilled by St. Mary’s Kitende, they become ambassadors of dedication, teamwork, and excellence, enriching the basketball community at their new school.

This transfer exemplifies the belief that the development of basketball talent extends beyond individual institutions, and collaboration enhances the overall basketball experience within the school sports network.

St. Mary’s Kitende remains committed to nurturing talent and contributing to the holistic development of student-athletes, not only within its own community but also through partnerships with other schools.

As Kauma Bridget and Akanyo transition to Seroma School, St. Mary’s Kitende wishes them continued success, growth, and the formation of new bonds with their teammates and coaches at their new basketball home.

May this transfer be a positive and enriching experience for these players and contribute to the flourishing basketball culture within the Ugandan school sports community.

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