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Uganda Primary Schools Sports Association President Bwambale gives a hand to Bika Netball tournament

William Bwambale addressing the gathering immediately after handing over his support to the kingdom minister

Uganda Primary Schools Sports Association President William Bwambale has supported Bika by’Abaganda Netball tournament with Match balls and refreshments for players.

The newly elected President has on Saturday April 20th 2024 handed over 60 netball match balls to the Buganda Kingdom Minister of Sports, Youth and Arts Owek. Salongo Robert Sserwanga at the tournament opening ceremony held at St Lawrence University Ndeeba.

He topped on refreshments to all participating teams for the entire 2024 Bika netball tournament tournament.

There after President Bwambale stated the cause of Support “This is my coming back from the mission which I was sent for by Buganda kingdom to accomplish, Buganda primary schools sent me to the Uganda Primary Schools Sports Association national assembly where I was elected as president and this is the right way of returning back home, as person who has been in Netball throughout my entire life it’s in my responsibilities to see netball keeps playing, we all know what is going on in Netball fraternity.

“We have to keep on taking opportunities to compete at this mode of competitions, Bwambale moved with former netball Nationals team manager Joseline Uchanda along with some of former netball players to the event appeared in nation team colours.

After receiving the Support on behalf of the Kingdom and Clan teams heads, Minister Sserwanga thanked Mr. Bwambale and company saying, “With People like Mr. Bwambale Buganda will move to greater heights, the power of the Kingdom stands with responsible people and the game needs heavy support of this Kind”

The match ball will be shared to participating teams by the Kingdom ministry of Sports Youth and Arts.

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