Mutyaba (left) and Okello (right) celebrate one of the goals against Amuka Bright Stars (Photos by KCCA Media)FUFA Uganda Cup 2018/19KCCA FC 8-2 Amuka Bright StarsStarTimes Stadium, Lugogo Wednesday, 26-12-2018LUGOGO – KCCA FC started their bid to retain the Uganda Cup with an emphatic 8-2 victory at home to Big League side Amuka Bright Stars.In the game played at Lugogo, Mike Mutyaba helped himself to a hat trick while Allan Okello and Steven Sserwadda scored a brace each. Substitute Julius Poloto grabbed the 8th with less than 10 minutes to play.A goal in each half from Christopher Kirya and Bronson Nsubuga acted as consolation for the visitors.After a dominant start by KCCA, Sserwadda put the hosts ahead inside 12 minutes with a header off Herbert Achai’s cross.On 20 minutes, Mutyaba scored the first of his three on the day, side footing from close range past Amuka goalkeeper, Shadrack Ssebulime.Two minutes past the half hour mark, Mutyaba made it 3-0 to the hosts with another close range strike with Okello grabbing the assist.Amuka Bright Stars pulled a goal back in the 41st minute through Christopher Kirya, against the run of play.Moments later, Mutyaba controlled a long ball by Bernard Muwanga and poked it calmly past Ssebulime as the former Vipers and Express forward completes his ha trick and in process put KCCA 5-1 up.By the time Alex Muhabi blew for halftime, Amuka looked disjointed and their body language as they went back into halftime was a sign of what was to come.Two minutes after restart, Sserwadda raced onto a loose back pass to round Ssebulime and finish into an empty net for KCCA’s fourth goal.On 50 minutes, Okello who had looked lively all day got his name onto the score-sheet for KCCA’s 6th on the day thanks to a curling shot from outside the area.On the hour mark, Okello who was handed the captain’s armband on the day got his second beating the advancing goalkeeper in a one against one incident and poking into an empty net after being set-free by Sserwadda.KCCA suffered an injury upset when Herbert Achai was stretchered off with a leg injury and was replaced by Poloto with 20 minutes of the clock. 10 minutes later, the winger who has been out of action for over a month joined in on the party with the 8th for KCCA.Poloto scores KCCA’s 8th on the dayAmuka Bright Stars scored their second and the game’s last through Bronson Nsubuga with seven minutes to the climax.KCCA has thus scored the most goals in this year’s knock out cup competition surpassing the 5 managed by Police FC on Sunday.The win means that Mike Mutebi’s side qualify for the round of 32 while Amuka are eliminated.Meanwhile, in the other game scheduled for Wrdnesday at the St Mary’s Stadium, visiting-Rushekere Growers were a no-show hence their game against Vipers postponed.The FUFA Competitions department will pronounce themselves on the matches not honoured in the nearby future.Round of 64 Results:Police FC 5-0 Boma FCBright Stars FC 4-0 Kazo Excel FCSC Villa 4-1 Lugazi MunicipalProline 3-1 Light S.SEast Land FC 1-3 Nyamityobora FCAdmin FC 3-1 Doves All Starts FCKyetume FC 3-1 UPDF FCSt Stephen FC 3-1 Budondo FCSoroti FC 1-3 Synergy FCNebbi Central FC 3-2 CATDA FCMbarara FC 0-2 Kirinya-Jinja SS FCBusia Young FC 0-2 Onduparaka FCTooro United 2-0 Entebbe FCBUL FC 2-1 Kataka FCFree Stars FC 2-1 Edgars Youth Academy FCBukedea Town Council FC 1-0 Dove FCKigezi FC 0-1 Kiboga YoungNdejje University FC 0-1 Kansai Plascon FCBumate FC 1 (5) – 1 (4) Ntinda FCU touch 1(4) – 1 (3) Mvara Boys FCMbarara City 0 (4) – 0 (3) MaroonsKiira United 1 (4) – 1 (5) St Mary’s NabweruMatches not physically played:*Wakiso Giants Vs Vision FC (*Vision FC failed to travel to Jinja)*Paidha Black Angels FC Vs Express FC (Not played because Paidha Black Angels arrived late at the venue and failed too, to provide security)*Calvary FC Vs Kabale Sharp FC (Not played because Kabale Sharp failed to travel to Northern Uganda)*Akadot FC Vs Kitara FC (Not played because Akadot reached venue late and failed to provide security as well)*URA FC Vs Jinja Municipal Council Hippos FC (Not played because Jinja Municipal Council Hippos failed to travel to Namboole Stadium)*Water Vs Saviour (Saviour failed to travel to Mutesa II Wankulukuku Stadium)*Vipers Vs Rushekere Growers (Rushskere Growers failed to travel to St Mary’s Kitende)Comments Tags: Amuka Bright StarsKCCA FCtopUganda Cup
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The Minister for Housing, Planning, and Local Government has been called on to give a definitive date as to when the MICA Redress Scheme will commence for homeowners affected by defective mica blocks. Fianna Fáil TD for Donegal, Charlie McConalogue made the appeal on Wednesday.In June, junior housing minister Damien English has said that the Mica redress scheme will be ready for repair works to begin on homes in autumn 2019. The plans follow the allocation of €20million from the government for grants to cover remediation works to dwellings that have been damaged due to defective concrete blocks.It is estimated that as many as 4,800 dwellings in Donegal and 345 in Mayo are affected by the Mica-defective blocks. “It is disgraceful that homeowners, many of whom have homes crumbling around them, still have no certainty regarding a start date from the government for the Mica redress scheme,” McConalogue said.“In the last budget, €20m was set aside for the scheme. “A start date was expected to be brought to government by Minister Murphy before Christmas 2018,” he added.“It is massively disrespectful to the plight facing the thousands of people in Donegal affected by Mica, that eight months later we are no clearer on the details of the scheme.“The Minister must provide clarity to the families and give a definitive date so they can begin the remediation process as soon as possible,” concluded Deputy McConalogue.Calls made on Govt for ‘definitive date’ on Mica redress scheme was last modified: July 3rd, 2019 by Shaun KeenanShare 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:MICA
The youth are our future, and in South Africa, that future wants to stay at home. Less than 10% of South Africans under the age of 24 planned to migrate to another country, a Brand South Africa survey has found. The majority of South Africans interviewed in a recent survey are hopeful and committed about their future in the country. (Image: Brand South Africa)• Mandela Day aiming for 160 countries • Royal boost for conservation in Africa • People and complexity: the missing ingredients in celebrity activism for Africa • Brilliant young minds at the CSIR • People show positive image of Africa Melissa JavanThe majority of young people in South Africa want to continue living in the country and have no intention of leaving, despite the socio-economic challenges they face, according to a recent survey undertaken by Brand South Africa.The Domestic Perceptions Research survey looked at the optimism of the youth. It was conducted over four weeks, from 17 November to 12 December 2014, and interviews were done with 2 524 people between the ages of 15 and 55. The interviews were conducted nationally, in the individuals’ homes.It found that the South African population is young, with most people between the ages of 15 and 34. This was in line with the Census results, which found that 66% of the country’s population was under the age of 34.According to the Domestic Perceptions Research, South Africa’s youth are committed, proud, hopeful and aspirational about the country.Leigh-Gail Petersen, a researcher at Brand South Africa, said these results indicated that the youth were optimistic about their future in the country. “That future can only be realised through constructive engagement,” she added.The majority of people between the ages of 15 and 55 said they would continue to live and work in South Africa regardless of the social, economic and political situation in the country.A total of 85% of those 55 years and older said they would continue to live in South Africa no matter what. Some 65% of respondents aged between 15 and 24 years agreed with that sentiment; this rose to 74% in the age group 25 to 44 years old and 75% in the age group 45 to 54 years old.Of those aged 15 to 17, only 18% planned to live in another country; 9% of those aged 18 to 24 shared that sentiment, and just 6% of the 25- to 44-year-olds agreed.The crucial socio-economic challenges identified in South Africa were crime and unemployment.
Slow and steady hope for near-extinct Bangladesh tortoises “Our last four wins were just grind out wins and this is no exception. Good thing Kevin Alas saved the day for us. He made fantastic shots and even I was surprised,” said NLEX head coach Yeng Guiao.It turned out to be a career night for Alas, who finished with a career-best 25 points, while also hauling down eight rebounds and dishing out five assists as NLEX rose to fourth place with a 6-4 record.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSLillard, Anthony lead Blazers over ThunderSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutGuiao bared that he has been urging the fourth-year guard to rely on his three-point shooting more.“I’ve been getting on Kevin’s outside shooting past games. But I did not expect that it will pay dividends this early,” he said. “Today, he showed us that he’s an outside threat. That’s just incredible shooting, the best I’ve seen him shoot from the outside this past one and a half years.” 2 ‘newbie’ drug pushers fall in Lucena sting Rondina powers UST past Adamson in 3 sets for 2nd win Read Next The scores:NLEX 93 — Alas 25, Ravena 23, Tiongson 9, Quiñahan 8, Al-Hussaini 6, Baguio 5, Mallari 5, Soyud 4, Ighalo 3, Miranda 3, Fonacier 2, Gotladera 0, Taulava 0.BLACKWATER 90 — DiGregorio 16, Erram 14, Jose 14, Maliksi 13, Sena 12, Belo 10, Palma 6, Marcelo 5, Pinto 0.Quarters: 23-20, 41-46, 65-74, 93-90. PBA IMAGESBOCAUE — Kevin Alas caught fire in the payoff period to propel NLEX past Blackwater, 93-90, and into the 2018 PBA Philippine Cup quarterfinals Sunday at Philippine Arena here.Alas, the former Letran hotshot, pumped in 16 points built on four treys in the fourth quarter as he led the Road Warriors’ comeback en route to their fourth straight win.ADVERTISEMENT Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC MOST READ AFP official booed out of forum Alas’ hot-shooting allowed NLEX to overturn a 65-74 deficit to start the fourth canto to build an 84-78 lead with 7:04 remaining.Blackwater rallied with Allein Maliksi cutting the deficit down to three, 93-90, with a split from the free throw line with 7.4 ticks left, but Mac Belo missed a potential game-tying triple as time ran out.Kiefer Ravena continued his stellar play inside, this time, uncorking 23 markers on top of three boards, and three steals, while Juami Tiongson got nine points, four rebounds, and three assists.Mike DiGregorio led Blackwater in scoring with 16 points, while JP Erram had a double-double of 14 markers and 17 rebounds.The defeat brought the erstwhile-streaking Elite back to earth as they drop to 4-6.ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES NEXT BLOCK ASIA 2.0 introduces GURUS AWARDS to recognize and reward industry influencers Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH John Lloyd Cruz a dashing guest at Vhong Navarro’s wedding Globe Business launches leading cloud-enabled and hardware-agnostic conferencing platform in PH Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View comments