Amus College back to winning ways as Kitovu held by CGFK

Amus College School, Bukedea have won 1-0 against Kenya’s St. Anthony. The game was held at Kamena Stadium in Huye.

Allan Oyirwoth scored the all important goal in the middle of the second stanza to give Amus College all the three points.

The win takes Amus to seven (7) points in three games. They meet a Rwanda side CGFK in their final group game.

Amus College School Bukedea shared spoils St. Henry’s College, Kitovu in another all Ugandan affair yesterday, Monday 21st August 2023 at Huye Stadium.

Allan Oyirwoth and Alfred Ejoyi scored for Amus and Kitovu respectively. Oyirwoth scored from a free kick at the edge of the box in the 12th minute.

Another Ugandan side St. Henry’s has been held to a draw by CGFK. The game ended in a 1-all stalemate.

Meanwhile, Uganda’s top two Secondary Schools football giants Kibuli SS and St. Mary’s Secondary School, Kitende played for a 1-all draw in a mouthwatering tie of the ongoing Federation of East Africa Secondary Schools Sports Association (FEASSSA) championship.

The highly entertaining contest was held at Kamena Stadium in Huye on Monday, 21st August 2023.

Derrick Kirungi sent the FEASSSA reigning champions Kibuli into an early lead, five (5) minutes into the game.

Shortly after nine (9) minutes, Fazil Tumwiine equalized for record champions St. Mary’s Boarding Secondary School, Kitende in the 14th minute.

Record champions St Mary’s Boarding Secondary School Kitende (SMASK) started the 2023 edition trophy hunt at the ongoing Federation of East Africa School Schools Sports Association FEASSSA) with a massive victory.


Kitende  beat Tanzania’s Kiwira Coal Mine 3-0 in their group opener. Mansur Sadik grabbed a brace whilst Rogers Torach scored the other.

Elsewhere, Amus College School won 2-0 against Shanderema Secondary School. Dynamic forward Allan Ofirwoth scored twice for the Bukedea side.

Ugandas other representative St Henry’s College Kitovu (SHACK) debuted in FEASSSA Games with a 2-0 win over Tanzanian champions Kalangalala.

Godfrey Ssekibengo scored both goals for St. Henry’s College-Kitovu

Amus College School and St. Henry’s College, Kitovu will face of in another all Uganda affair later in the evening.

The 20th edition has 12 Sport disciplines on the menu including athletics, volleyball, basketball (3×3 & 5×5), Rugby (7’s & 15’s), Handball, Swimming, Badminton, Table Tennis, Tennis, Netball and football .

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