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Ndejje University has retained the John Okurut Memorial Karate Championships title for a third year in a row.

The university won the annual championship yesterday after bagging four gold, four silver and three bronze medals respectively in individual kumite and individual kataat Lubiri Secondary School, Kampala.

Luzira Secondary School finished in second position with 1 gold and 1bronze,Makerere University was third on the medal table with 1 silver while hosts Lubiri SS, fourth with 1 bronze  medal respectively.Find results below.

The annual championships attracted 10 teams which included Lubiri SS, Luzira SS, Makerere University, Mbale Club, Kyambogo University, Nile Shotokam, Busia Club, Eastern Club and Entebbe Club.

The championships also featured a novice category

Senior Women category:

Individual kata

  1. Linda Ochen (Ndejje) – gold
  2. Evelyn Uwuzera (Ndejje) – silver
  3. Joyce Biringiro (Ndejje) – bronze

Individual Kumite

  1. Evelyn Uwuzera (Ndejje) – gold
  2. Joyce Biringiro (Ndejje) – silver
  3. Linda Ochen(Ndejje) – bronze

Senior Men category

Individual kata

  1. Umar Usenzimana (Ndejje) – gold
  2. Daniel Mutembeza (MUK) – silver
  3. Julius Shema (Ndejje) – bronze

Individual kumite

  1. YahayaKintu (Luzira SS) – gold
  2. Jacob Ayella (Ndejje) – silver
  3. Dalton Mucunguzi (Luzira SS) – bronze

Novices Category

Women Kumite

  1. Caroline Pulkol (Ndejje) – gold
  2. Dina Aguu (Ndejje) – silver
  3. Charity Kisakye (Lubiri SS) – bronze

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