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FUFA WOMEN ELITE LEAGUE: Kawempe Muslim Emerge 2015 Champions


Finals: Kawempe Muslim 3-2 Buikwe She Red Stars

Third Place: She Corporate 2 (5) – 2 (3) Western United

Kawempe Muslim Secondary School are the winners of the inaugural FUFA women Elite league.

The victorious side beat Buikwe She Stars 3-2 in a thrilling match played at Nakivubo stadium on Saturday.

League top scorer, Sandra Nabweteeme scored a brace in the game.

FUFA President, Eng. Moses Magogo inspects the teams before the final played at Nakivubo Stadium


Buikwe’s Winnie Babirye had opened the scoring with a 23rd minute goal before Kawempe equalized moments later through Yudaya Nakayenze on 36 minutes as the first half ended 1 all. Babirye also netted the second goal for her team.

The game was the third time that a daughter (Hasifa Nassuna) was facing the mother (Annet Nakimbugwe), with the latter winning on all the occasions.

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Hasifa Nassuna receives her MVP award from FUFA Technical Committee chairman Hamid Juma


The final game was watched by the FUFA President, Eng. Moses Magogo and several other FUFA officials.

In the third place play off, She Corporate overcame Western United after a tense penalty shoot out 5-3 that followed a 2 all draw.

Kakira women ladies team won the fair play award while Sandra Nabweteeme took the golden boot award after scoring 17 goals in the season.

Her teammate, Hasifa Nassuna was voted the Most valuable player of the league.

The winners were rewarded with U.shs 3M and the runners up pocketed U.shs 2M.


Top Scorer: Sandra Nabweteeme (Kawempe Muslim) – 17 Goals

MVP: Hasifa Nassuna (Kawempe Muslim)

Fair Play Award: Kakira Women Football Club

Media (Print): Shafiki Ssenoga (The New Vision)

Media (Radio): Solomon Saka (Innerman F.M)

Media (T.V): Mukiibi Ssemwogerere (Top T.V)

Media (Photography): Steven Mayamba (Vision Group)

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