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The Australian Open plans to play behind closed doors in 2021

first_imgIt’s the case of Australian Open, first Grand Slam on the calendar that already consists of subsequent 12 months’s version behind closed doors. This was confirmed Craig Tiley, President of Tennis Australia and Event Director, in an official assertion issued final Tuesday: “With such dependence on worldwide journey, we’re learning what we may do if gamers want to be quarantined for a sure interval earlier than they will transfer freely in Australia. If mass conferences aren’t but licensed or are very restricted subsequent 12 months, we’re contemplating organizing an occasion for broadcast (with out viewers). These are simply two of the numerous eventualities that we should think about. We have to be ready for an evolution of the context. It’s unclear what measures will at the moment be used to comprise the unfold of the virus. and people which are but to be carried out in the medium and long run. “Thus, relying on how the pandemic evolves in a rustic that at the moment has greater than 6,000 contaminated and 50 deceased by coronavirus, The applicable measures can be taken in order that every part continues. Though Australia isn’t among the many most affected nations, nobody is shocked since one of many attainable eventualities is that the Melbourne courts shut the doors to followers, since lots of the tennis gamers (together with their teaching workers, journalists and a protracted et cetera) sure they’d journey from locations actually affected by the pandemic. The Australian Open could possibly be one step forward … Will there be tennis once more in 2020? That is the query of the million that flies over the protagonists and followers of this sport for the rest of the season due to the world well being disaster due to the coronavirus. Many are the licensed voices who think about a pointless danger getting again on observe and not using a vaccine, others level out that it’s preferable to resume the motion behind closed doors than to develop the mountain of canceled tournaments … However the vary of potentialities appears to transcend this course, since in 2021 measures may nonetheless be taken in opposition to COVID-19 to assure the continuity of the tournaments.last_img read more

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Cross-Border Meeting on Epidemic Prone Diseases Opens in Monrovia

first_imgA three-day (Dec. 12-14) cross-border meeting on epidemic-prone diseases, including malaria and Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs) opened in Monrovia at a resort yesterday with seven West African countries participating.The participating countries are host, Liberia, Cote d’Ivoire, Mali, Burkina Faso, Guinea, Sierra Leone and Niger.At the official opening yesterday, Dr. Catherine Cooper, Assistant Minister for Curative Services at the Ministry of Health, welcomed the delegates and said the Liberian government is excited about the deliberations and would expect fruitful discussions and their recommendations to help develop resilient health support in the various countries.Dr. Cooper, deputizing for Deputy Public Health Minister Tolbert Nyenswah, spoke on capacity building for health care professionals as well as the concerted efforts for a regional support system that would strengthen epidemiological surveillance and adequate response to epidemics that affect the sub-region.Mr. Clement Peter, WHO’s Disease Prevention and Control adviser, on behalf of WHO Representative Dr. Alex Gasasira, said improving cross-border management of public health emergencies, including malaria and Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs), is important for countries in the sub-region to embark on assessing their IHR (international health regulation) core capacities with focus on ‘one health approach.’He said the meeting provides a unique opportunity to improve cross-border collaboration beyond the landscape and lens of epidemic prone diseases to include malaria and NTDs in a holistic and integrated manner.Mr. Peter recalled the 9th MRU Conference on NTDs, held in Monrovia (Oct. 19-21) that reviewed progress made on NTD control, challenges and solutions to mitigate potential gaps.He said 18 recommendations were endorsed and pertinent among them were integration of NTDs to the national surveillance system and cross-border eradication of NTDs. “This further reinforces the importance of this meeting as diseases have no boundaries; and importantly, epidemics or other diseases cannot be managed in silos if we have to control or eradicate them,” he said.He stated that quite often, disease outbreaks in the sub-region are linked to cross-border importation or exportation, an indication that “we should proactively engage with communities along the borders.”“Hence, any effort to strengthen integrated disease surveillance and response especially Community Event Based Surveillance (CEBS), control of communicable and neglected tropical diseases will require active community engagement through innovative initiatives to ensure sustainability,” he said.Dr. Chokki Felicite, West African Health Organization Professional in charge of epidemic and emergencies, said the Ebola virus disease outbreak in the sub-region that caused more than 11,000 deaths has revealed the importance of strengthening the disease surveillance systems, inter-sectoral collaboration and inter-agency cooperation.“This will enable early detection of outbreaks of diseases to provide a rapid and effective response,” she said, adding that West African countries should take ownership of the conclusion that would emerge from the three-day meeting and contribute to their implementation.“With this in mind I can assure you that WAHO, in line with its mandate to contribute to regional health integration, will work for the development of cross-border activities and make the one-health approach one of the strategies to contribute to finding adequate responses to health problems in ECOWAS,” Dr. Felicite added.She commended the WHO, the World Bank, USAID and the West African Monetary Union for their support of the meeting.Mr. Kabla Amihere, Chief of Mission of the International Organization of Migration (IOM), said the meeting is evidence that Liberia and other countries in the sub-region are still recovering from the outbreak of the Ebola virus disease and other priority diseases that threaten their public health systems.He made reference to the 14 years of civil unrest and its results of displacement of thousands who are vulnerable to diseases, along with Liberia’s shattered infrastructure. He explained that IOM is in partnership with the Ministry of Health to rebuild the lives of many in Grand Cape Mount, Bomi and Grand Bassa counties who were affected by the war.He expressed interest in the ‘One Health Approach’ and assured the meeting of his organization’s support. The three-day meeting is deliberating on integrated disease surveillance and response in the ‘One Health Approach,’ animal health and surveillance, among others.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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LCC Announces Funeral Rites for Cllr. Jallah

first_imgThe Liberia Chamber of Commerce (LCC) has announced the funeral arrangements for Cllr. David A.B. Jallah, former Dean of the Louis Arthur Grimes School of Law at the University of Liberia.Cllr. Jallah, affectionately known as ‘Dean Jallah,’ will be laid to rest on Saturday, June 16, in the Port City of Buchanan, Grand Bassa County.Cllr. Jallah passed away on the morning of Monday, May 20, when he fainted and was rushed to the Redemption Hospital. There, doctors pronounced him dead upon arrival. He was 67.A statement issued on Tuesday, June 12, under the signature of Ms. SalaMartu Stephanie Duncan, secretary general of the LCC, said that they received several phone calls from sympathizers and friends regarding the funeral of Cllr. Jallah.“Although the information isn’t available on TLC Africa’s website (death announcement), we were able to speak with several members of Cllr. Jallah’s family and a representative from his law firm to confirm the following information,” Ms. Duncan said in the statement.On Friday, June 15, wake-keeping will be held from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at the Trinity Episcopal Church, on Broad Street.On Saturday, June 16, funeral rites will take place at the same venue from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m., followed by interment of the remains which will be done in Grand Bassa County.Meanwhile, Cllr. Jallah leaves to mourn his loss several children and his wife, Julia Randall Jallah, currently residing in the United States of America.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Uitvlugt Estate surpasses first-crop target

first_imgAfter recently slumping to its lowest level in over two decades, the sugar industry is seemingly encountering a turnaround albeit at the Uitvlugt, West Coast Demerara Estate which surpassed its target for the first crop.According to a release on Thursday, the Estate produced a total of 7011 tonnes, beating the 6671 tonnes target. The first crop tonnage was garnered from crushing some 84,295 tonnes of sugarcane. According to Guyana Sugar Corporation (GuySuCo), private sugarcane farmers produced about 42 per cent (35,176 tonnes) of the crushed sugarcane.0Head of the National Industrial and Commercial Investments Limited’s Special Purpose Unit (SPU) Colvin Heath-London expressed that “the performance of the Uitvlugt Estate is very encouraging, especially at this time when the SPU is securing funding for the operations of GuySuCo. The funding has been predicated on improved production performance from GuySuCo’s three estates.”Acting GuySuCo Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Paul Bhim was quoted as saying that the Estate’s performance was the “first validation of the new strategy to downsize the company and focus its best talent on making the estates more efficient and ultimately profitable”. He added that “given the developments at the other two GuySuCo Estates, Albion and Blairmont, we expect the same improved performance to become a trend.”The downsizing that Bhim mentioned referred to the thousands of jobs that workers lost when their employment was severed. To date, many of these workers are still awaiting half or all of their severance pay as in the case of some Wales Sugar Estate workers. Many of those former employees opted against travelling to Uitvulgt to retain their jobs because it was beyond 10 miles from their original place of work.Nevertheless, the joint SPU and GuySuCo statement noted that the Uitvlugt Estate was so far leading the way for the crop by achieving four Weekly Production Targets.“In keeping with GuySuCo’s agreements, employees were rewarded with four days’ pay as incentive for their hard work, commitment and outstanding achievements during the crop,” the statement added.It was pointed out that Uitvlugt surpassed the production target after grinding for seven weeks despite “severe mechanical and processing challenges” affecting efficiency at the onset of the crop. It was further disclosed that the Factory Engineering Services Unit worked in collaboration with the Uitvlugt Factory team to ensure that those defects were quickly corrected.“Surpassing the production target is a significant achievement for the Uitvlugt Estate, and a testimony of the team work and leadership at the Estate. In addition to leadership, the rehabilitation of the cultivation, which was started two years ago, and revised harvesting procedures in the crop assisted immensely in the Estate achieving its target,” the State bodies observed.At the end of 2016, sugar production dropped to 183,652 tonnes after 231,000 tonnes was produced in 2015. For 2017, Government had forecasted sugar production in its budget at 208,000 tonnes, but only 137,307 tonnes was recorded.last_img read more

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Hybrid or SUV? Think taxes

first_imgNew tax breaks are available to small-business owners and others who want to help the environment by purchasing fuel-efficient hybrid vehicles. But if those business people really want to save money, bigger tax breaks come with buying the largest gas-guzzling SUVs. The disparity has drawn criticism from the Republican chairman of the Senate’s tax-writing committee and environmentalists. Car dealers and SUV owners who have benefited from the SUV tax incentives say the breaks help spur a key part of the economy – auto-making – and allow small business owners to purchase vehicles that improve their bottom line. Federal tax rules that took effect last month allow a credit of up to $3,150 for anyone buying a hybrid car, with small-business owners getting the same break as everyone else. The credit is the same regardless of tax bracket. However, small-business owners who buy a Hummer, Ford Excursion or other SUV weighing more than 3 tons get a deduction of up to $25,000 if they use the vehicle exclusively for work. The amount they get back from the deduction depends on their tax bracket. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECasino Insider: Here’s a look at San Manuel’s new high limit rooms, Asian restaurant Those in the 15 percent bracket would get $3,750; those in the 35 percent bracket would get $8,750. The benefits don’t stop there. Once they subtract the $25,000 from the cost of their 3-ton SUV, business owners can deduct the depreciation on the remaining amount. Someone who bought a $60,000 SUV, for example, can claim the remaining $35,000 over six years. No such luck for small-business owners who buy cars weighing less than 3 tons. No matter how much their vehicles cost, they can claim just $15,535 in depreciation over six years and $1,675 each additional year. The deductions for depreciation on trucks and vans weighing less than 3 tons are slightly more generous. Senate Finance Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, is working on a bill that would provide new incentives to level the playing field between SUVs and hybrids. “It’s inconsistent for the tax code to encourage business people to buy heavy SUVs and not alternative vehicles,” said Grassley, whose committee has oversight of tax legislation. “As consumer demand for alternative energy products increases, it’s important for the tax code to be consistent.” A Grassley aide declined to describe the legislation in detail, saying more information will be released in coming weeks. Dan Becker, head of the Sierra Club’s global warming program, said the SUV tax break flies in the face of President George W. Bush’s State of the Union call for less reliance on oil. “The president is right that we’re addicted to oil, so we should break the addiction by urging Americans to buy hybrids, not Hummers,” Becker said. The Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers, a trade group made up of the major automakers, declined to comment beyond saying the group is satisfied with current tax policy. Bert Boeckmann, chairman of the California Motor Car Dealers Association, defends the SUV deductions, saying he’s benefited from them as a dealer and small-business owner. Besides owning Galpin Ford in North Hills, he has a ranch near Bly, Ore., where his employees use a Ford Excursion he bought with help from the deduction. “The Excursion’s a perfect vehicle for us because we can pick up eight people from the airport,” Boeckmann said. “You’d rather send one Excursion than two vehicles.” Nashville real estate agent Cindy Jasper said the deduction has boosted her small business as well. She uses two Hummer H2s to take clients to rugged farm and equestrian properties – and to catch customers’ attention. She says the vehicles and her Web site, www.hummerhomes.com, help her stand out from competitors. “It’s just such a great marketing vehicle,” she said. “You have to do something to be a little bit different.” The tax breaks for large SUVs are rooted in long-standing deductions for small business purchases, including trucks and vans for farmers, contractors and others who need heavy vehicles. Trying to jump-start the economy after the terrorist attacks of 9-11, Congress increased the deduction from $25,000 to $100,000 for 2003 and most of 2004. However, along with the small-business owners the increase was aimed at helping, lawyers, doctors and others took advantage, purchasing large SUVs and designating them as business vehicles. Environmentalists were appalled. Treasury Secretary John Snow weighed in as well, writing in a 2004 letter that the Bush administration favored the deduction’s “complete elimination” except when there was a legitimate business need for a large SUV. Grassley and Montana Sen. Max Baucus, the top Democrat on the Finance Committee, backed legislation in late 2004 that shrunk the deduction to $25,000 for SUVs. Congress approved the measure. The Sierra Club has called on the IRS to audit small-business owners who take the SUV deduction, saying there’s no proof they are using the vehicles for business. But the agency said it bases audits on individual returns and the law, not on outside recommendations. It does not keep statistics on the number of people who took the SUV deduction, spokeswoman Nora Butler said. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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McKinney family lose appeal in rights-of-way battle at Oatfield site

first_imgThe McKinney family, who founded Oatfield Sweets in 1930, have lost an appeal over whether there were rights-of-way at the former Oatfield Factory in Letterkenny.Yesterday, Mr Justice Gerard Hogan, on behalf of a three-judge Court of Appeal, dismissed the case. The case was taken when, in 2015, the High Court ruled that the estate of Ruth McKinney, who was the daughter of Ira McKinney, the founder of the famous confectioners, had no right-of-way entitlement.It was claimed in the High Court that, as a result of the assertion of rights-of-way, Zopitar, a company owned by Donegal Creameries, which bought the property from the McKinneys, missed out on an opportunity to sell the premises to supermarket chain Lidl for €1.9m.The Irish Examiner reports that Ms McKinney offered to extinguish the alleged rights-of-way if work was carried out on her own home, Oatfield Bungalow, next to the factory, along with the payment of €500,000.It was claimed that Ms McKinney used an entrance from the De Valera Road as a right-of-way for access to Oatfield Bungalow, including for oil deliveries.Mr Justice Hogan said he was of the view that the use of the access roads to the factory by Ms McKinney was at all times given to her and her family for a specific amount of time and could be revoked by the owner.McKinney family lose appeal in rights-of-way battle at Oatfield site was last modified: June 28th, 2017 by Staff WriterShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:letterkennyOATFIELDRuth McKinneylast_img read more

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Jail for men who stole diesel, robbed shop and crashed car

first_imgTwo men who went on a robbery spree before crashing their car into a roundabout wrote a letter to a Judge pleading with him not to jail them.Ryan Harkin and John Paul Gormley fled from a petrol station without paying for diesel, stole food from another shop and then wrote off their car after crashing. The pair, who had 135 previous convictions between them, appeared before Letterkenny District Court.The court heard the pair fled from the Dry Arch Filling Station in Letterkenny on November 18th last without paying for €70 of diesel.Feeling hungry, the pair then drove to Mountain Top also in Letterkenny when they took two hampers of food from Kelly’s Centra without paying.They again fled and lost control of their car before crashing it into a roundabout and into a field.The court heard the pair had been in each other’s company in Derry when they decided to go for a drive.They had little money and found themselves out of diesel and then became hungry so they stole the two hampers before losing control of the car and crashing it.The pair, who spent a number of days in Castlerea Prison awaiting their case, wrote a letter in a plea to Judge Paul Kelly.Gormley, aged 29 of Clooney Terrace, Derry, has previous convictions for a range of offences including theft, assault, possession of drugs and robbery.Harkin, aged 25, of Glenabbey Close, Derry, has previous convictions for damaging property, possession of drugs, burglary and driving while disqualified.Despite their pleas not to put them behind bars, Judge Kelly imposed a custodial sentence.He sentenced Gormley to a total of four months in prison for stealing fuel and hampers and allowing himself to be carried in a vehicle knowing it to be stolen.He also jailed Harkin to a total of six months for the thefts and banned him for driving for six years for driving while previously disqualified.Jail for men who stole diesel, robbed shop and crashed car was last modified: November 30th, 2017 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:carcourtcrashedGardailetterkennylast_img read more

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DDTV: ACTIVE DONEGAL MONTH – WATCH THE VIDEO AND JUST DO IT!

first_imgJune is officially Active Donegal Month. You don’t have to break the four minute mile, put one past Shay Given at the Aviva Stadium or out-sprint Philip Duignan.All you have to do is watch the video above.Then you get out, get walking, running, cycling or whatever takes your fancy.Just do it! DDTV: ACTIVE DONEGAL MONTH – WATCH THE VIDEO AND JUST DO IT! was last modified: June 2nd, 2012 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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GAA NEWS: ST EUNAN’S LIFT MINOR HURLING TITLE AFTER WIN OVER BURT

first_imgSt. Eunan’s Minor B HC Winners 2013Minor B Championship Hurling Final – St Eunan’s 1.16 to Burt 1.6.The long delayed Minor B final between old rivals St Eunan’s and Burt was played in wonderful conditions at the new centre of Excellence in Convoy on Sunday morning.A repeat of the League Final last July, Burt were attempting to prevent St Eunan’s doing the double. Burt opened brightly with points from Conor McGeehan and Kyle mc Grath. St Eunans then began to take a grip with points from Sean Halvey, Prionsais O’Lionnain and centre back Conor O’Donnell. St Eunan’s were dominant at this stage with the O’Donnell brothers and Sean Halvey adding three additional points from play. Burt then struck back when an excellent long ball from Gavin McGrath was finished into the net by Tom Doherty.However Eunan’s replied immediately with two more points to leave the half time score 0.10 to 1.02. St Eunan’s upped their intensity right from the restart with Kevin Kealy flashing the sliotar over the bar on the 31st minute followed by a goal from Niall O’Donnell.Burt replied with two points but St Eunan’s continued to dominate possession keeping the scoreboard ticking with points from Conor O’Grady and Stephen Doherty.Burt never gave up but were limited to two more points from frees. St Eunan’s ran out ten point winners with two late excellent points coming from substitute Brian Mc Intyre. Best for Burt were Kyle mc Grath and Jamie Barr whilst Conor O Donnell and Sean Halvey stood out for St Eunans. However, hurling was the real winner with the match played in great spirit and both teams exhibiting courage and skill.St Eunan’s PanelDavid Ireland, Des Kenny, Sean Tourish, Lee Doherty, Ciaran Kelly, Conor O’Donnell (0.2), Caoimhin O’Lionnáin, Stephen Doherty (0.1), Prionsais O’Lionnáin Cpt (0.1), Kevin Kealy (0.2), Conor o Grady (0.3), Niall O’Donnell (1.2), Cian Durack, Aaron O’Connell, Sean Halvey (0.3), Sean Campbell, John McIntyre, Pauric Neeley, Brian McIntyre (0.2), Conor Kelly, Anthony Horgan, Jack Brennan, Dan O’Connor, Oisin Reddican, Ryan Duggan.Burt PanelJamie Barr, Cian Crawford, Cian Margy, Stephen McClafferty, JP Hegarty, Gavin McGrath, Sean Harkin, Stephen Gallagher (0.1), Kyle McGrath (0.3f), Ony Brogan, Barry Gallagher, Tom Doherty (1.1), Paddy Doherty, Conor McGeehan (0.1). RefereeRory McGonigleGAA NEWS: ST EUNAN’S LIFT MINOR HURLING TITLE AFTER WIN OVER BURT was last modified: September 23rd, 2013 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:BURTHURLINGMinor B championship FinalSt Eunanslast_img read more

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UPL fixtures: KCCA FC start title defence at home to Wakiso Giants

first_img Tags: KCCA FCStarTimes Uganda Premeir LeaguetopWakiso Giants FC KCCA FC are the defending champions of the StarTimes Uganda Premier league. (PHOTO/File).NAMBOOLE –The Uganda Premier League (UPL) secretariat has on Wednesday, August 14th, released the 2019/20 season fixtures.It was confirmed that 2018/19 league winners KCCA FC will start their title defence at home to newly promoted Wakiso Giants on Saturday, September 1st.KCCA FC won the league with 66 points last season, 7 ahead of Vipers SC who finished second.However, that will not be the opening fixture of the league.The league will start on Thursday, August 29th, with Kyetume at home to SC Villa at Namboole.Kyetume is another newly promoted side and they had to negotiate through the Big League playoffs to get into the top tier.For Villa, they are the record League champions with 16 titles to their name and finished 12th last season.At the ceremony held at Mandela National Stadium in Namboole, Bernard Bainamani the UPL Chairperson noted that they always have challenges with club licensing and hence a delay in releasing fixtures.“We always have licensing issues which delay the fixtures, noted Bainamani.“Our desire is to have the fixtures ready as soon as possible but it is not in our hands as FUFA has to first grant licenses to all clubs.“In the end, we are forced to release the fixtures late.”Match-Day one of the league will run from Thursday August 29th to Saturday 1st September, with all 16 teams in action.Friday August 30th will see four games with URA FC at home to Maroons FC, Bright Stars will host Vipers SC at Wankulukuku, Express are away to Bul while Onduparaka will be at home to Police.On Saturday, Tooro United will host Busoga United at Wankulukuku while Mbarara City take on Proline in Luzira.The first traditional Kampala derby between SC Villa and Express will see the Jogoos host the Red Eagles on Friday, September 13th at Mandela National Stadium in Namboole.Another stand-out fixture in the first round will see KCCA FC hosting Vipers SC on Saturday, November 16th.All Match Day one FixturesThursday 29th, August 2019-Kyetume Football Club Vs Sports Club Villa – NambooleFriday 30th, August-URA FC Vs Maroons – Namboole-Bright Stars Vs Vipers SC – Wankulukuku.-Bul FC Vs Express FC – Njeru-Onduparaka FC Vs Police FC – Luzira Prisons Ground.Saturday 31st, August-Tooro United Vs Busoga United – Wankulukuku.-KCCA FC Vs Wakiso Giants – Lugogo-Mbarara City Vs Proline FC – Luzira Prisons GroundComments last_img read more

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