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Basketball: FUBA postpones NBL Semis and finals playoffs

Federation of Uganda Basketball Associations (FUBA) has today announced postponement of the National Basketball League (NBL) Semifinal and finals Playoffs that were slated for Friday, October 4th, 2019. The development means that both the men’s and ladies’ playoffs semifinal series will not start on October 4th as earlier scheduled. This is because

Uganda flagged off ahead of FIBA 3×3 World Cup qualifiers

On Tuesday afternoon, the Uganda Women's National team "The Gazelles" was flagged off ahead of the 2019 FIBA 3×3 World Cup qualifiers that will be played at Peurto Rico. The official flagging off was conducted at Copper Chimney Restaurant in Lugogo. The qualifiers will take place between 4th-5th May 2019 in San

Betway Power unveils three new recruits

Betway Power are hell-bent to end City Oilers’ stronghold on the local hoops in the 2019 NBL season. And to show how ambitious they are to that cause, the five-time league champions have beefed up their roster with three new faces just hours to their league opener against City Oilers on

UCU Invitational Tournament: JKL Dolphins crowned double champions

UCU Invitational Basketball Tournament Finals Men: JKL Dolphins 50-46 Power (Overtime) Women: UCU Lady Canons 42-47 JKL Lady Dolphins Towards the end of last year, JKL Dolphins Sports Club rebranded and made changes to their management. During this offseason, they signed players for their respective basketball clubs. Three players were signed for the women's

JKL Dolphins sign guard Joseph Wacha from Our Savior

JKL Dolphins have continued with their off-season spending spree with the acquisition guard Joseph Wacha from rivals Our Savior. The former UCU Canons player joined on a two year deal in the awake of his appearance in Dolphin’s friendly game against Ndejje University on Wednesday. Standing at 6tf1in, Wacha knitted an eventful

JKL Dolphins make another statement signing.

In efforts to bolster their roster ahead of the 2019 NBL season, JKL Dolphins have announced the singing of Daniel ‘Dudus’ Monoja from Our Saviour BC on a two year employment contract. Dudus who plays as a forward arrives just days after the side roped in former MVP Bernard Okumu from