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Bell Cup:USL clubs land ‘easy’ fixtures

Uganda Super Division Clubs have this Thursday morning landed ‘favourable’ fixtures in the round of 16 draws democratically conducted at Ivys Hotel here in Kamapala City.

At this colourful function, the tournament sponsors, East African Breweries Limited (EABL) Uganda were represented by their Brand Manager, Dianah Nsubuga. FUFA Vice President in charge of Technical matters Livingstone Kyambadde stood in for the federation President Lawrence Mulindwa.

The draw results will have the 2011 National League Champions and Bell-Uganda Cup finalists, URA travelling to Kasana Ground to play Luweero United FC on Tuesday March 27. On the same day another Super Division club Maroons FC hosts Aurum Roses as Bunamwaya SC travels to Namboole to play lowly ranked Misindye, a Fufa Big League club. Masaka LC hosts Victors at Masaka Recreational Ground the same Tuesday.

A week earlier on March 20, SC Villa will have played Mbarara Old Timers in Nakivubo with Uganda Police hosting Boroboro Tigers in Namboole on March 29. Kireka United, a Kampala Regional League club will host Jinja Municipality which features in the FUFA Big League at Kyambogo University ground on Saturday march 31.

In his speech read out for him by the Vice President in charge of technical matters Livingstone Kyambadde , the FUFA President Lawrence Mulindwa hailed the sponsors for choosing an upcountry ground to host this year’s finals. The finals will be played at Pece stadium in Gulu district on June 12. Mulindwa further called on the football fans in Uganda to EABL back by identifying with and consuming Bell Lager. EABL’s Dianah Nsubuga said they were committed to supporting football development in the country.

The function was also attended by the Cranes Head Coach Bobby Williamson, a delegation from the East African Breweries limited (EABL) Uganda and club officials among others.

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