Beach Soccer League: Isabeti, St Lawrence University shine on match day 2


2017/18 UGANDA BEACH SOCCER LEAGUE:

Full Match Day 2 results:

Men:

  • Talented 3-4 Kyadondo Galaticals
  • MUBS 5-4 Mutoola Beach
  • St Lawrence University 7-3 KIU
  • Isabeti 11-6 MUBS
  • Isabeti 4-2 Stormers
  • Nkumba University 6-1 MS Sand Lions

Women:

  • Ajax Queens 3-4 KJT Ladies

Beach Soccer action at Lido in Entebbe

Isabeti (formerly Nkumba Select), St Lawrence University and Nkumba University were among the different winners during match day two of the national beach soccer league at Lido beach in Entebbe.

Isabeti registered the biggest victory, 11-6 against MUBS on the day. They also won 4-2 against Stormers.

Captain Roch Peter Somoka and new signing Swaibu Kakwaya each scored 4 goals for Isabeti against MUBS.

MUBS also conceded two own goals through Derrick Kyega and Seif Matovu.

Isabeti’s other goal was scored by Rica Byaruhanga.

Frank Bomboka (brace), Matovu (hat-trick) and Jalilu Zimula replied for the defending champions, MUBS.

Isabeti also defeated Stormers 4-2 in their second game on the day.

 

St Lawrence University outwitted Kampala International University (KIU) 7-3.

Emmanuel Kalyowa scored 4 individual goals and Swalleh Kiggundu added a hat-trick for the dominant St Lawrence University.

Nigerian born player Isaac Eshioke got a brace and Ssempa Kyobe were the scorers for Kampala International University (KIU).

Elsewhere, debutants Nkumba University humiliated Makindye Ssabagabo Sand Lions 6-1.

Nkumba University captain, Emmanuel Alex Wasswa scored a hat-trick in the one sided encounter.

Sharifah Kimbowa added a double and John Brorad the other for Emmanuel Bonaparte Amagu’s coached side.

Rajab Okello scored the consolation for Makindye Ssabagabo (MS) Sand Lions.

There was only one female game played where KJT ladies won 4-3 against Ajax Queens.

A total of 62 goals were scored on match day two.

Issa Assimwe, the head coach at Isabeti attributed the massive victories to hard work and good preparations.

‘We prepared well for the two games and the new season as well. Above all, all the players are motivated to play’ Assimwe said.

The league will return next week.