NDEJJE SHINES IN MAURITIUS
National badminton stars, Shamim Bangi, Daisy Nakalyango, Aisha Nakiyemba and Gloria Najukka raised Ndejje University profile high in Mauritius thanks to the medal exploits at the Thomas and Ubar international championship.
The players who featured for the national team made history winning the country the first ever medal, a bronze in the championship. They won the medal after losing 0-3 in the semi-finals to hosts Mauritius.
The players who made the entire ladies national team, first ejected Reunion 5-0 to advance to the semis.
The lone Ndejje University player on Team Uganda men's side featuring Herbert Ebayo however lost to Ghana and Algeria in the preliminaries.
BIG LEAGUE ACTION
Ndejje University Lions return to FUFA Big League soccer action Thursday this week in a date against Boma Young FC away in Hoima.
The Lions walloped Boma Young 4-2 in the first round hosted at the university's Luwero Main Campus ground.
A day after The Lions will face Artland FC in yet another league match this time round played at the Main Campus.
NDEJJE VERSUS KCCA
The Lions booked National giants KCCA FC in a do or die encounter in the Kakungulu knockout Cup round of 16 at Nakivubo Stadium on March 5, 2016
NDEJJE STUDENTS FLOG POLICE
Ndejje University men's handball team flogged Police Kifaru 40-25 at the weekend National Handball League hosted at Mandela National Stadium, Kampala.
The victors led 13-11 at half time. Ndejje's Felix Mukunzi was the day's hero scoring the 15 goals game high with his teammates Wakasi Kato contributing 7, Wasswa Aloysious 6, Mugume Walter and Hassan Male 4 apiece, Gabile Deo and Mugarula Timothy 1 goal each to rout the policemen.
The highest score for Police was 7 goals by Yazeng F. followed by Mwanje .A. with 6 goals.
Ndejje dates Police Metro in the next league encounter in what is expected to be a do or die match.
It was a sweet weekend for Ndejje University Sharks men's team after mauling KCCA 3-1 and Gulu club 3-0 in the National Volleyball League match in Kampala.
BEACH TITLE CAMPAIGN TURNS HOT
The title campaign for the National Beach Woodball Circuit crown is becoming bloody with top national stars losing grip of the table leadership.
The competition now entering the 4th circuit has seen previous title contenders, Ronald Kawumba (Ndejje University), Sophie Namuddu (Ndejje Club) forced down the table ladders at last weekend's 3rd Circuit by average players Israel Muwanguzi (Ndejje University) and Victoria Nankabirwa (Ndejje University).
The 2-3 positions on the table have in the same measure taken a new twist with the country's No.1 player Lilian Zawedde (Ndejje University) and Daniela Nabukalu (Ndejje Club) previously down the ranks, upgrade respectively in that order at Entebbe Sports Beach..
The results from the 3rd edition therefore saw Kawumba Ronald who was previously leading with 100 points, 2nd Atamba Onesmus (96),ladies leader Namuddu Sophie (56) and 2nd Mukoova Joan (Ndejje University) - (56) drop previous top positions in the singles category.
Ndejje University still run atop in the men's, ladies and mixed doubles.
The only consolation is that Ndejje University players still dominate this year's Beach Woodball Circuit and seem to indicate to other contending teams - "hands off my crown."