Victory for Luwero Secondary School as they claim USSSA-Luwero Boys trophy

Victory for Luwero Secondary School as they claim USSSA-Luwero Boys trophy

  • April 7, 2024
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By Emmanuel Sekago

In a thrilling display of skill and determination, Luwero Secondary School emerged triumphant in the highly anticipated USSSA-Luwero Boys Trophy competition final played at St Anthony’s Girls school -Kakooge on April 6th 2024, cementing their status as champions and sparking scenes of jubilation among students, staff, and supporters alike.

Ndejje Senior Secondary School team

The journey to glory began with fierce competition among schools from across the region, each vying for supremacy on the field.

Luwero Secondary School showcased exceptional talent and resilience throughout the tournament, overcoming Ndejje Senior secondary school with tactical prowess and unwavering teamwork.

As the final whistle blew, signaling the culmination of the tournament, Luwero Secondary School emerged victorious beating Ndejje senior secondary school by 3-1 a hat trick from Garangi Kur, securing the coveted USSSA-Luwero Boys Trophy.

The victory was a testament to the dedication and hard work of the players, coaches, and support staff who had tirelessly prepared for this moment.

Celebrations erupted across the St Anthony’s girls -kakooge ground as students and supporters flooded to congratulate the triumphant team.

Banners waved, chants echoed through the air, and tears of joy flowed freely as the magnitude of their achievement sank in.

For Luwero Secondary School, the win represented more than just a trophy; it was a symbol of unity, perseverance, and the power of dreams.

Through passion and determination, they had overcome adversity to claim their rightful place among the region’s sporting elite.

As they basked in the glory of their success, the team remained humble, acknowledging the efforts of their opponents and expressing gratitude to their supporters.

With the USSSA-Luwero Boys Trophy proudly displayed, they now set their sights on future challenges, determined to continue their winning streak and inspire generations to come at the USSSA-Nationals to be in Masaka.

The victory of Luwero Secondary School in the USSSA-Luwero Boys Trophy serves as a shining example of the transformative power of sports, uniting communities, fostering talent, and instilling values that extend far beyond the playing field.

Luwero Secondary School players with the USSSA-Luwero zone Boys Trophy

As they raise the trophy high, they do so not only as champions but as ambassadors of hope and inspiration for all who dare to dream.

In Other game played at St Paul Technical ground-Kakooge, Nakaseke International school walloped Bishop Nakyama Memorial 4-1 to win the third play-off slot, meaning USSSA-Luwero zone will be represented by Champions Luwero secondary school, Ndejje Senior secondary school and Nakaseke International school at the USSSA-Nationals.

Meanwhile, the finals were graced by the Nakaseke Sports officer Ms Robinnah Nakimuli flanked with USSSA-Luwero zone chairperson Maj Chanda.

Luwero Sec Sch 3-1 Ndejje Sec Sch
3rd Play-Off
Nakaseke International 4-1 Bishop Nakyama.

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