Uganda National Beach Soccer League:
- Buganda Royal University 5-1 Katuuso Community
- Muteesa Royal University 2-1 Alphoenix Golden Girls
- Entebbe Ladies 2-5 Buganda Royal Royal University
- Ajax Queens 4-1 Nkumba University
- Nkumba University 2-0 Buganda Royal University
- Ajax Queens 0-0 Muteesa 1 Royal University
- Nkumba University 7-6 Isabeti
- Nkumba University 4-2 Mitoola Beach
- Kyadondo Galaticals 3-6 St Lawrence University
- Stormers 4-2 MUBS
- Talented 3-4 Kampala International University
- Buganda Royal University 6-1 MS Sand Lions
Ardent Beach Soccer fans in Uganda have every justification to follow every match day at Lido beach in Entebbe with keen attention.
Given the thrills, special skills and goals accompanied with this interesting version of football, indeed fans can not just wait for another match day.
During Sunday’s match day five, the fans were not only treated to the silky flips, dribbles and volleys, but also had the urge and joy to celebrate a whopping 71 goals scored in 12 matches (6 apiece either gender).
A lion’s share of the goals came in the men catergory (48) and the rest (23) scored by the ladies.
The most awaited fixture of the day between Home and Away sponsored Isabeti Beach Soccer Club and the parent club, Nkumba University did not disappoint at all.
Nkumba University won the game 7-6 in the highest scoring game on the day.
Captain Alex Emmanuel Wasswa led by example with a hat-trick for Nkumba University.
Then, came a double from Solomon Ovoyo and Twaha Ayiman.
Isabeti captain Roch Somoka, like Wasswa also scored 3 goals.
Ibrahim Lubwama, David Awori and Rica Byaruhanga got the other goals.
For the women, the match between Buganda Royal University and Entebbe Ladies produced the most goals on the day.
Buganda Royal triumphed 5-1 in the one sided encounter.
Jovia Masiko (2), Mariam Nakawangi, Jackline Ogoa and Dorah Nakimuli netted for Buganda Royal University as Lillian Namubiru and Nakimuli (own goal) replied for Mescach Bogere’s coached Entebbe Ladies.
Only one game (the ladies match between Ajax Queens and Muteesa 1 Royal University) failed to produce a single goal, which is a rare feat in Beach Soccer.
According to the chairperson of the Uganda Beach Soccer Association (UBSA), the increase in the number of match day goals is attributed to the continued mastering of the laws of beach soccer by the players and interest in the game.
The players have picked interest in the game and at the same time grasped the laws of the beach soccer to the dot.
This has directly translated into improved performances on the sand and hence forth more goals and skills.
The national beach soccer league league returns on Sunday, 26th November 2017.