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Pepsi National Beach Soccer league 2015/16: Women championship kicks off with goal galore

2015/16 Pepsi Beach Soccer league:

Full Match Day 3 Results:

Hurriken Group:

Buwanika Bulls 4-8 Nkumba Select

St Lawrence 8-0 Kampala City Stars

MUBS 4-1 Kayunga Town Council

Miami Kops 6-5 Talented

Monsoon Group:

Kabalagala Rangers 5-4 Kampala International University

Stormers 3 (3) – 3 (2) Dalumba International

YMCA 2-1 Real Galaticals

Mutesa 1 Royal University 3-4 Uhuru Titans


She Corporate 6-1 Entebbe Ladies

Talented 1-4 She Corporate

Mutesa 1 Royal University A 4-1 Entebbe Ladies

Mutesa 1 Royal University B 4-0 Talented

Mutesa 1 Royale University 4-5 She Corporate

The beauty of beach soccer world over is inclined along the flicks on the ball, fancy dummies, dribbles, repeated shooting of the ball and most importantly the eye catching endless goals.

During match day three of the Pepsi national beach soccer league held on Sunday at Lido beach, a total of 91 goals were scored in the thirteen fixtures played.

36 goals of these were scored in Hurriken as 25 came in the Monsoon group of the men’s league.

The other 30 goals were scored in the opening day of the women championship.

Eleven personalities scored hat-tricks combined both in the male and female genders.

St Lawrence University’s 8-0 victory over debutants, Kampala City All Stars the biggest winner on the evening cheered by a massive crowd.

Striker Emma Kalyowa had a hat-trick in the game.

The other goals were by Phillip Rwazawula and Swallah Kiggundu who both scored a brace apiece before Baker Lukooya wrapped up the scoring business for the University side missing the likes of Brian Nkuubi.

Isma Kawawulo too scored a hat-trick in MUBS’ 4-1 over Kayunga Town Council.

Shaban Omara had the other goal for the defending champions as Joel Isabega had Kayunga’s consolation.

Dalumba International were beaten 3-2 in post match penalties after normal time had ended in a three all draw.

In the closely contested encounter, YMCA pipped Real Galacticals 2-1. Ali Bunkeddeko and Hamim Ssemakula scored for YMCA as John Revita had the Galaticals’ only goal scored.

In the women games played, Shamim Nakachwa scored three goals during She Corporate’s 6-1 victory over Entebbe ladies.

Stellah Kaliba, Cissy Nalubega and Daisy Ashmelirwa scored the other three goals.

Meanwhile, Joan Lakoyi scored for Entebbe ladies.

Sharon Namatovu scored four goals single handedly in Mutesa 1 Royal University’s 4-1 win over Entebbe ladies.

Again, Joan Lakoyi scored the only goal for Entebbe ladies.

In a closely contested affair, She Corporate edged Mutesa 1 Royal University 5-4 during the last fixture of the day.

Christine Nambi scored a beautiful hat-trick for She Corporate outfit before the other goals came off the feet of Stellah Kaliba and Shamim Nakachwa.

Janet Nakibuuka replied for Mutesa Royale University A with a three goals and Mariam Nakanwangi scored the fourth goal for the losing side.

Mutesa 1 Royal University B humiliated Talented 4-0.

Mutesa’s goals were scored by Janet Nakibuka (three) and Mariam Nakangwangi.

The next activity on the Uganda Beach Soccer competition menu is the 2015 University challenge between the 4th and 5th October 2015 at Lido beach.

The league will return on 11th October 2015.

MAIN PHOTO: Action in the women football match on the sandy confines of Lido beach between Mutesa 1 Royal University A and She Corporate

PHOTO CREDITS: FUFA Communication Department

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