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Weekend games postponed

Three Bell Super League games slated for this weekend have all been postponed to a later date to be communicated.

The game call-off was necessitated by several functions taking place at Nakivubo and Namboole Stadiums this weekend.

“The Uganda Super League (USL) secretariat has been forced to call off this weekend’s Bell Super League matches to an avoidable circumstance,” reads in part a communication from the league managers.

Entebbe Young were due to entertain Kira Young at Nakivubo on Friday. “The Stadium management has requested the USL secretariat for postponement of this fixture as the venue is being prepared to host the Kabaka of Buganda, Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II as curtains draw on this year’s Masaza Cup finale,”

Three games earlier slated for Saturday involved table leaders Maroons against Bunnamwaya and Water at home to Police.

“Matches involving Simba FC, Maroons FC and Police FC (all security forces) have all been postponed to enable the clubs (Forces) concentrate on the ongoing Inter-Forces Games at Namboole.”

Maroons lead the standings on 15 points while Victors are rooted at the bottom with just one point.


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