Alotau U15 make it 6 from 6 at netball titles

first_imgAlotau ‘s centre Sohanna Giton was instrumental in the win, directing the flow of traffic down to her shooters to  score.Goal attack Veila Tom scored the bulk of the goals for her team in the first half as Alotau took a 22-5 lead going into the break.The second half saw some fight from Motu Koita which saw them reach double figures. But Alotau continued to dominate possession and keep the scoreboard ticking.Alotau coach Sammar Marc said he was very proud of the team which had caused upsets over Kairuku Hiri (1) and (2), Motu Koita West (1), Motu Koita South and Central Province.”We’re  a small centre but our girls are showing other centres that we can play netball too,” said Marc.last_img

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The shield is them

first_imgBruno Soriano, VillarrealA ‘one club man’ without discussion. He has lived heaven and hell in Castellón. He has defended the shirt with honor to Villarreal of the Champions League and Villarreal of the Second Division. It was in 2006 when he became part of the first squad and only injuries will separate him from it. At 35 he may be living his last months as a professional. Along the way, he takes 416 matches and the respect of all Spanish football.Morales, LevanteDespite the passing of the years, the ‘Commander’ Morales it is still capital for Paco López. He arrived in the club definitively in 2014, after spending a year on loan at Eibar. Not only is it untouchable, but it also carries one of the best consecutive game streaks in all of Spanish football. Although it is not being his best season, his goal at Madrid reconciled him with Ciutat de Valencia. Of course, at no time was he questioned. 219 games behind him with the granota shirt are a great guarantee.Moyano, ValladolidAgain, Valladolid fulfills the premise that clubs not settled in a category have more difficulty in establishing footballers in their first squad. In Pucela, the oldest is Moyano, who landed in the city in 2015 from Tenerife. He accumulates 147 matches between First and Second Division in his boots.LALO R. VILLAR & nbsp; (DAILY AS) ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>Mallo and Aspas, two of the Celtic classics.LALO R. VILLAR (DAILY AS) Manu García, AlavésHis story is one of the most peculiar of all that will be exposed in these lines. He arrived in Alavés in 2012, coming from Logroñés and has lived it all with Mendizorroza as a witness. He defended the team in Second B, in Second and now in First, where he is captain and idol of the fans. 276 games in total and it is already the third highest sum in the history of the entity, only behind Pablo Gómez and Martin Astudillo. It remains to be seen if he has time to overcome the 346 of this. For the moment, it has been renewed for one more season.DAILY AS & nbsp; (DAILY AS) ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>Manu García, on his way to being the player with the most games in Alavés history.DAILY AS (DAILY AS) The transfer market leaves an important string of movements every season. In today’s football it is less and less common to see the so-called ‘one club man’Or, what is the same, those footballers who dispute their entire careers defending the same shirt. In Spain, in fact, there are not many that respond to that profile, but all the hobbies have as an idol those who, season after season, wear the captain’s armband. What’s more, most teams have men in their ranks who have spent a decade with their second residence in the stadium. They are the best representatives of the amateur on the grass and some are assured of their presence in the history books. In a day to day of more dance than loyalty, they are the LaLiga Classics:Sergio Ramos, Real MadridIn the summer of 2005, Sergio Ramos arrived at Real Madrid from Sevilla, in an operation that left Nervión’s coffers 27 million euros. Since then, a very young central player would assume the responsibility that comes with wearing the white elastic, something that has never weighed him down. 640 games later he is already a Madridista legend. 15 seasons, 91 goals, 38 assists and historical photos like the header in the Lisbon final. He has been one of the captains at the time of the Champions League and is the first to stand up when the waters are rough.Messi, BarcelonaAt the end of 2004, a young prodigy debuted with the Barcelona shirt. The rest is history. Considered by many to be the best player in history, Messi is on his way to being ‘one club man’ despite the clause that allows him to leave Barça every year. He has played 718 matches, has scored 627 goals, has given 261 assists, has won six Golden Balls, was the highest standard of the Guardiola era … He left La Masía and each year assumes more prominence outside the field of play.Koke, Atlético de MadridManchester United or Barcelona have once knocked on his door, but Koke was always faithful to the red and white colors. In 2009 he began to have minutes, but it was not until 2011 when he settled in the first squad. 495 games behind him, with 48 goals and 102 assists in his bag. With him, Atlético has conquered one League and two Europa League. He is also launched for the prestige that being a ‘one club man’ gives. Untouchable for Simeone.JESUS ​​ALVAREZ ORIHUELA & nbsp; (DIARIO AS) ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>Koke celebrates a goal with Wanda Metropolitano.JESUS ​​ALVAREZ ORIHUELA (DIARIO AS) Hugo Mallo, CelticNo, it is not Iago Aspas for his adventures in Liverpool or Seville. In fact, in addition to the leader, Sergio Álvarez and Rubén Blanco they also sneak past the ram. Hugo Mallo crowns the classification, since 2009 in the first squad. At just 28 years old, he wears the captain’s armband and has seen his Celta roam the LaLiga SmartBank and travel Europe in the second continental competition. 360 games drags behind him.Oier and Roberto Torres, OsasunaBoth started on the first squad in 2012, although Oier returned after a loan at Celta. Who would have told them that, so long afterward, Osasuna was going to be fighting with the best in the First Division. For this, they had to fight almost 300 times in the dance from First to Second and from Second to First. On 284 occasions in the case of Oier and 269, in that of Roberto Torres.The case of GranadaThe aforementioned is further accentuated with Granada. In the current squad, the oldest footballers arrived in the year 2017. They are Rui Silva, Álex Martínez, Quini, Antonio Puertas, Víctor Díaz, Germán Sánchez and Montoro.Mallorca, another practically new squadExcept Junior Lake and Antonio Raíllo, in the first squad since 2016, the vast majority of Mallorca footballers are almost newcomers. Naturally, of course, since the club was in Second Division B two seasons ago. Vicente Moreno had to see in that process. Damián Suárez, GetafeThe swing of categories of Getafe in recent years has prevented any player with a long career at the Alfonso Pérez Coliseum. However, Bordalás’s modus operandi makes one believe that all players have a lifetime at his command. Of all of them, the oldest in the blue shirt is Damien Suarez, arrived in 2015. He has played 175 games, with two goals and 20 assists. The right lane is all yours.Parejo, ValenciaOut of the quarry of Real Madrid, he went through Getafe before Valencia signed him in 2011. As it could not be otherwise, he wears the captain’s armband, which he proudly defends. Mestalla considers her an absolute representative of what the club is and more in a storm season. On and off the pitch, he takes the lead. He was not afraid to express his opinion after what happened with Marcelino, while his goals kept ‘his’ Valencia afloat. In 373 games, he has scored 63 goals and has given 62 to his teammates.Escudero, SevilleSevilla has been used in recent years to be a very changing squad. In fact, an important part of Julen Lopetegui’s usual eleven was not at the club last season. The one that takes more in the Sánchez Pizjuán is Sergio Escudero, who arrived from Getafe in 2015. He has dressed the shirt in 157 games, although this season he is having fewer minutes due to the loan of Reguilón from Real Madrid.MICHAEL DALDER & nbsp; (REUTERS) ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>Escudero, the most veteran of the changing Sevilla squad.MICHAEL DALDER (REUTERS) Ramis and Enrich, EibarAs with Getafe, Eibar’s dance for Spanish football prevents it from having veteran footballers within its own squad. The longest-lived in Ipurua are Iván Ramis and Sergi Enrich, both arriving for the 2015-16 season.. The first came from Levante and has worn the club’s shirt 92 times. The striker, meanwhile, has played 159 games, with 35 goals in his boots.Szymanowski, LeganésButarque is eagerly awaiting to hear the roar of Alexander Szymanowski again, whose injuries have not respected him in recent years. In 838 days, he has only been able to play ten minutes of official competition. The break of the crusader was the last obstacle on his way. Even so, he is the footballer who previously reached Leganés of all those who make up the first squad. It was in 2015 and, since then, he has played 90 games with the cucumber club.Joaquín, BetisDespite the fact that this study only includes the consecutive time that the players have spent in a club, Joaquín is still number one in his Betis. The winger returned in 2015, after leaving his city to try his luck at Valencia, Malaga and Fiorentina.. He was born in the green and white quarry and, at 38, will retire at Benito Villamarín. But time does not seem to pass for him, as he is on his way to sign his highest scoring season in the First Division. It has been 377 times Betico and is one of the icons of national football.Toni Rodriguez & nbsp; (DIARIO AS) ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>Joaquín, a living legend of Betis.Toni Rodriguez (DAILY AS) Muniain, Athletic Club de BilbaoA promising attacker rose to Athletic’s first squad in 2009. At that time he was 17 years old and his projection placed him in the largest teams in Europe. Finally, nothing got him out of Athletic, his childhood club and where he will continue his entire career except surprise. 411 games guarantee him, with 59 goals and 42 assists. His performance this season gave him a new opportunity in the Selection.Zurutuza, Real SociedadThe midfielder could be facing his last dances in football. At 33, he is very punished for injuries and ends contract on June 30. Looking back, in 2009, he defended the Real Sociedad first team for the first time. More than a decade later, the physicist could keep you from your dream. Along the way, yes, he has left the skin in 302 games, in which he has scored 22 goals and has given 22 assists.Javi López, EspanyolThe parakeet captain is 34 years old and now has more than ten in Cornellá. Curiously, it came from the Betis quarry. Of course, he quickly took root in the culture of the entity and has become one of the best representatives of his shirt. Injuries and competition have not allowed him to play as many games as he would have liked. “A club with this history and pride cannot afford to be where we are,” he said before confinement.last_img read more

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The Trincao agent reveals when his signing for Barça began to take shape

first_imgThe past winter market, Barcelona made an unexpected move, when closing the Trincao contract, for just over 30 million euros. The footballer, practically unknown, will sign until 2025. Bartomeu thus trusts the young talent of Braga, whom he has been following for a long time. At least, that has ensured Bruno Carvalho Santos, his representative.According to his words, Barcelona follows Trincao from the 2018 U19 Championship, when Portugal took the title after beating Italy. “I then had a meeting with the technical structure of Barça“, has recognized the representative. However, at that time his contract was not closed but there were simply contacts for the first time. “Since then, Barcelona began to follow him more closely. They watched him in every game. So, between December and January of this season, it exploded and they decided to sign him immediately. Barça took advantage of an opportunity in the transfer market and beat all the other clubs, “adds Bruno Carvalho, thus showing that there were more interested parties.Next summer, unless the club decides to transfer it so that it continues to gain experience, it will join the Blaugrana discipline. SSeven goals and nine assists guarantee this season. In addition, it can occupy various positions in the attack and would give freshness for its youth. Of course, the club has already shown full confidence in its projection.last_img read more

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Another Marijuana Drug Bust in Fort St. john

first_img They were arrested after police stopped and searched a truck and camper at about 5.30. They seized over five pounds of marijuana and 61 grams of hash, with an estimated street value of $23,000.The two unidentified suspects, 45 and 46 years of age, have both been granted conditional release from police custody.- Advertisement -They face drug possession and trafficking charges, but there’s no word yet on their court appearance date before a judge. Two men from Quesnel face charges, following a vehicular drug bust late yesterday afternoon in Fort St. John.last_img

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Quality of life in L.A. measured in study

first_imgIt found some gains in education and public safety, but noted the region’s residents are struggling to get by financially as housing and transportation costs increase and wages remain relatively stagnant. Lack of access to affordable health care and high incidences of several chronic diseases and obesity also leave the county well below quality standards, it said. The two-year study was funded privately by Dominic Ng of Pasadena, president of East West Bank, headquartered on Los Robles Avenue. Ng, a 10-year United Way board member, said he didn’t know how much the project cost, but it came from his accumulated annual contributions to the charity. “I personally feel that everyone who lives in the county of Los Angeles would like to improve the quality of life for themselves and future generations,” Ng said. “We put out this index as a benchmark to measure against next year when we revisit the pivotal areas of education, economic status, health care and public safety.” Ng said the United Way wanted to provide decision- and law-makers at community, county and state levels with cohesive information about areas of highest concern. “\ is innovative,” Ng said. “We want to be a leader on this front, not only to be a charity that takes money and turns around and gives money to other charities. To think we can raise money to fix all our problems is somewhat naive … It’s important to us to open the eyes of the public and policy-makers about critical areas we need to address all together.” Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa said the report echoes an alarm he has been trying to raise since his election. “This confirms what I have been saying on the need to change our school system,” he told more than 400 business leaders gathered at the Westin Bonaventure Hotel to review the findings. “We have an emergency situation where we have to get parents and teachers involved and make sure we are providing the education that is needed to succeed in the 21st century. “It is not about preparing our kids for failure. It is about preparing them to do the jobs that will be needed in the coming years.” Henry Cisneros, former secretary of the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development, agreed with Villaraigosa and said the county’s future hinges on major changes. “Educational improvements are an emergency situation in Los Angeles,” Cisneros said. “Unless there are improvements, we are faced with an ugly scenario and the impact will not just be felt here. It will be felt everywhere.” The report cited figures showing only 60 percent of high school seniors graduate on time, with only one in four eligible for higher education. It also showed just 12 percent of ninth-graders are proficient in algebra, while only about 30 percent of third-graders are reading at grade level. “There have been improvements in educational achievement over the past few years, but we are still far behind in adequately preparing young people for the 21st century economy,” the report’s authors wrote. Villaraigosa attributed some of the findings to the large immigrant population in the area. But he said it also reflects changes in a local economy in which the middle class is being driven out. “It is not just taxes and housing that keep people from staying in Los Angeles and threaten the middle class,” Villaraigosa said. “It is all these factors of schools, public safety and health care that are affecting us.” Elise Buik, president and CEO of United Way of Greater Los Angeles, said the index is important in providing a broad picture of life in Southern California and why people choose to stay and work here. “Just as the Dow Jones Index produces a single figure to track conditions in the stock market, the quality-of-life index provides an objective measure for tracking how Los Angeles County is doing,” Buik said. “What people may not realize is how closely these factors are interrelated. Businesses are not going to come and stay in Los Angeles if their employees can’t afford housing. Breakdowns in our health care or educational system directly impact the strength of our workforce and overall economy.” rick.orlov@dailynews.com (213) 978-0390 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Despite improvements in recent years, the overall quality of life in Los Angeles County remains far from good, and the region faces a bleak future unless it can launch broad reforms in everything from education to housing, according to a report released Wednesday. The benchmark study by the United Way of Greater Los Angeles is the first for the region and compared local, state and national indicators in education, the economy, health and public safety over the past five years. With a score of 10 signifying a good quality of life, Los Angeles County got a rating of just 7.32. California as a whole scored 8.08. “Although a region of great wealth and roughly one-third of the population of California, Los Angeles County is behind the state in every part of the index,” the report said. last_img read more

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DISTRESSED MORTGAGE HOLDERS TO HOLD MEETINGS IN DONEGAL

first_imgDistressed Mortgage Holders and Anti Eviction Taskforce (AET) will be holding a series of events in Donegal to aid those in mortgage distress.A meeting to offer help and support to those in mortgage distress is on the Sunday evening at 7.30 pm in the Station House Hotel, Letterkenny. People are invited to bring their documents along as assistance will be available on the night.The group will be attending court on the Monday to offer continued support.Also on the Monday night at 7.30pm at the Station House, there will be an information evening, this will be of help to those directly affected by the threat of repossession and to people who may want to offer support to those under threat. DISTRESSED MORTGAGE HOLDERS TO HOLD MEETINGS IN DONEGAL was last modified: November 11th, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:distressed mortgage holdersdonegalmeetingslast_img read more

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DOES YOUR SCHOOL WANT TO GO TO THE FAI CUP FINAL?

first_imgLast year, Finn Harps FC took 175 children from Primary Schools in Donegal to the FAI Cup at Aviva Stadium. This was a massively successful day and was enjoyed by all.The club are delighted to be able to announce that they are going to run the same programme and intend to again take children from Donegal schools to the FAI Cup at the Aviva Stadium on Sunday 6th November.If your school is interested in taking attending this year’s FAI Cup Final as part of this programme, please contact John Campbell BEFORE THE SUMMER BREAK if they wish to be included. The following will apply:1) Places are limited to no more that 50 pupils from any one school.2) Finn Harps FC will provide the tickets for the FAI Cup Final.3) Transport and food are the responsibly of the school, but as with last year the club will assist in the fundraising for this. Only Schools who register before the school holidays will be included as the event requires substantial organisingFor further details, contact John Campbell on 083 3820755 or email John at clubpromotions@finnharps.comDOES YOUR SCHOOL WANT TO GO TO THE FAI CUP FINAL? was last modified: May 24th, 2011 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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GAA FANS LEFT OUT IN COLD AS VANDALS TARGET LETTERKENNY BUS OPERATOR

first_imgBREAKING NEWS: Dozens of GAA fans are crying foul after a well-known Letterkenny bus company operator was targeted by vandals.The loyal Donegal fans had planned to travel to Clones this Sunday for the Ulster Final with bus operator Cathal McGettigan.But Mr McGettigan’s fleet of buses have been destroyed after vandals smashed a total of 21 windows on five of his seven vehicles at a cost of €15,000. The Letterkenny-based businessman, who is originally from Ard O’Donnell,  said he has been left sickened by the attack.“I have parked my buses at the yard at Long Lane for the past ten years and there has never been a problem.“When I got to the yard and saw the damage, I was just completely sick. I can’t tell you how I felt,” he said.Mr McGettigan said he suspects the attack was premeditated and that a specialist glass breaking hammer was used in the attack. He said he now has a major headache as dozens of people have already booked tickets to travel on his buses to Clones in Co Monaghan on Sunday.“I’m trying my best to get the glass replaced but it’s easier said than done. I want people to know that I’m trying my best.“It’s tight enough making ends meet with the way things are but for something like this happens just takes the wind out of your sails.“It’s a lot of money and I just hope that the insurance covers it,” he said.A spokesman for Letterkenny Gardai said the matter is being investigated. “We would appeal to anyone who noticed anybody acting suspiciously in the Long Lane area of Letterkenny in the early hours of Thursday morning to contact us.“This was a deliberate attack and has caused considerable distress to the owner,” he said.EndsGAA FANS LEFT OUT IN COLD AS VANDALS TARGET LETTERKENNY BUS OPERATOR was last modified: July 14th, 2011 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:attackCathal McGettiganletterkennyMcGettigan buseslast_img read more

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New oncology unit due to open in coming weeks

first_imgAltnagelvin’s new €50 million oncology unit is due to open within the coming weeks. The cross-border unit will provide treatments to people with cancer from both North and South of the Border.It is hoped that the establishment of this new unit will make cancer care more locally accessible and reduce waiting times.Approximately 220 new jobs will be made for nursing staff, radiographers, oncologists and radiologists. The new facility will “provide a patient centred, holistic service for cancer patients… Radiotherapy treatment, including combination radio/chemotherapy for curative and palliative purposes, for all but the most complex of tumours, will be delivered at Altnagelvin Hospital.”Over half a million people will be in the catchment area to avail of the new service. Approximately 10% of cancer patients may still have to travel to Belfast, Galway or Dublin for more advanced treatment.The catchment area for the new facilityDesigners aim to make the facility as comfortable as possible and will create a design which “helps allay fears of patients and relatives who are attending for cancer treatments, through the integration of landscapes with the internal design of the building.” It is hoped that the designers’ choice in materials will create a warm and relaxing environment. Made up of several buildings, the unit is “designed along the continuum of the “garden” that incorporates both the external existing landscape and the internal path of the patient’s journey.”Noelle Duddy of Co-operating for Cancer Care NorthWest said members have for over 11 years campaigned fearlessly for the retention and development of cancer services in Letterkenny University Hospital and for the provision of radiotherapy services in the NorthWest Region.And she vowed that these goals will continue despite the surprise withdrawal of Britain from the EU.She stressed that the Radiotherapy Unit at Altnagelvin is NOT an EU project.“The NorthWest Radiotherapy Unit at Altnagelvin is funded by both Governments, North and South. This exciting cross border Project enjoys the good will and support of Government, Politicians, Health Services and Communities from both sides of the Border. It is not an EU Project.”“Whilst CCC(NW) remains optimistic that “Brexit” will not stop patients living in Donegal from accessing radiotherapy treatments in Altnagelvin when it opens its doors, we have written to both Minister of Health, Michelle O’Neill, MLA and Minister of Health, Simon Harris, TD requesting that they, “issue a clear statement as soon as possible, to reassure people living on both sides of the border, in the North West Region of this Island, that ‘Brexit’ will have no impact on cancer patients receiving radiotherapy treatments in the cross border Radiotherapy Unit at Altnagelvin, when it becomes operational in late autumn of this year and that work to complete this project is continuing and unaffected.” The unit will be managed by the Western Health and Social Care Turst, who will work closely with the Cancer Centre in Belfast, the Northern Health and Social Care Trust, and Letterkenny University Hospital.It will be funded by the Department of Health Social Services and Public Safety in Northern Ireland and the Department of Health in the Republic of Ireland. It will be commissioned by the Health and Social Care Board (NI) and the Health Service Executive (ROI).New oncology unit due to open in coming weeks was last modified: October 9th, 2016 by Elaine McCalligShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Balinya, Sserunkuma out as Desabre names final squad for Tanzania qualifier

first_img Tags: 2019 AFCON qualifierdan sserunkumaJuma BalinyaSebastien DesabretopUganda Cranes Balinya (left) has scored 16 goals in the League this season (File Photo)KAMPALA – StarTimes Uganda Premier League top scorer Juma Balinya has been excluded from the players who will feature for Uganda against Tanzania on Sunday.The Police FC striker who has scored an impressive 16 goals this season has been a shock exclusion from the list of 10 locally based players who will travel to Egypt on Sunday.The list of players that was announced on Saturday night, hours after thhe Cranes defeated Kampala Select 4-0 at Lugogo, also does not include last season’s League top scorer Dan Sserunkuma.Sserunkuma who has scored 9 goals for his side Vipers SC this season, scored two of Uganda’s goals on Saturday.However, his teammate, Halid Lwaliwa makes the cut after impressing in both training an on Saturday.As expected, the duo of Hassan Wasswa and Godfrey Walusimbi have also been named on the team that will depart the country on Sunday.The other 7 are Timothy Awany (KCCA), Tadeo Lwanga (Vipers), Sadam Juma (KCCA), Moses Waiswa (Vipers), Allan Kyambadde (KCCA, Uganda), Allan Okello and Henry Patrick Kaddu (KCCA).“We had a good trial match against Kampala Select, said the Frenchman.“It summarised the week of training we had with the players who are home based.Desabre speaks to the press on Saturday (Photo by FUFA MEDIA)“It was a great match and we tested the players before flying out to Egypt for the final trainig camp in Ismaily.“We expect the other players to join us there and we shall play a trail game on Wednesay for our final preparations.The 10 will depart Entebbe International Airport on Sunday at 6 PM aboard Ethiopian Airlines.They will join the 14 foreign based players in Egypt as the team prepares for its final game in Dar es salaam on Sunday, 24th March 2019.Speaking after Saturday’s game, Cranes head coach Sebastian Desabre said that the local-based players were trst well before the Egypt camp.The final team for Ismaily Camp:Goalkeepers:Denis Onyango (Mamelodi Sundowns, South Africa), Salim Magoola (Al Hilal, South), Robert Odongkara (Adama City, Ethiopia).Defenders:Murushid Jjuuko (Simba, Tanzania), Timothy Awany (KCCA, Uganda), Halid Lwaliwa (Vipers, Uganda), Geofrey Walusimbi (Free Agent), Joseph Ochaya (TP Mazembe, DR Congo), Kirizestom Ntambi (Ethiopian Coffee), Nico Wakiro Wadada (Azam, Tanzania).Midfielders:Khalid Aucho (Churchhill brothers, India), Milton Karisa (MC Oujda), Hassan Wasswa Mawanda (Free Agent), Tadeo Lwanga (Vipers, Uganda), Ibrahim Sadam Juma (KCCA, Uganda), Moses Waiswa (Vipers, Uganda), Moses Opondo (Vendsyssel FF, Denmark).Forwards:Faruku Miya (Gorica, Croatia), Emmanuel Arnold Okwi (Simba, Tanzania), Allan Kyambadde (KCCA, Uganda), Allan Okello (KCCA,Uganda), Edrisa Lubega (SV Ried, Austria), Muhammad Shaban (Raja Casablanca, Morocco), Henry Patrick Kaddu (KCCA, Uganda)Comments last_img read more

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