Buddo win second Copa Coca Cola as Kimanya win respect and new fans in Mbarara.

FT: Buddo SS 1-0 Blessed Sacrament Kimanya. Kakyeeka Stadium Mbarara.

In a heated battle between the two football mad schools, Buddo reigned supreme and took the day, winning 1-0.

Coach Brian Senyondo’s Kimanya has won over many fans this tournament with their fairy-tale journey that included playing half of the tournament with only 11 players and no substitutes. However, the day wasn’t theirs as inside 10 minutes, Buddo’s Frank Sebuufu pounced on a ricochet and curled into the left corner to leave Kimanya’s keeper George Semakula helpless.

The goal allowed Buddo settle and despite Kimanya midfield duo of Seguya William and Ashraf Zizinga pulling all the strings and bossing the midfield for the entire game, there would be no leveller much to the dismay of the almost fully packed stadium. Hamza Lutalo’s Buddo side have been made to wait for Copa Glory as they have always been close but were always not lucky enough. There was no denying them this time. Budo SS had the meanest defense of the tournament conceding only two goals on their way to victory.

Tournament Top scorer: Tezikya Lawrence – Jinja SS

Tournament Most Valuable Player :
Jacob Okao – Blessed Sacrament Kimanya.

(BLESSED SACRAMENT KIMANYA starting XI that won over fans and almost made it a fairy tale finish

Goal Keeper – Semakula George

Defenders
Ramadhani Rafai
Bigirwa Chrispus
Okao Jacob
Okello Ceaser

Midfielders
Seguya William (C)
Adriko Rogers
Zizinga Ashiraf
Kazibwe Musa

Forwards
Kayondo Henry
Matibo Davis

The Budo team that emerged champions:

Buddo SSS team:

Tonny Kyamera, Samuel Kato, Anguzo Steven, Masudi Kafumbe, Simon Semayange, Masereka Sadam, Goffin Oyirwoth, Emmanuel Loki, Frank Sebuufu, Ramathan Juma, Ibrahim Thembo.

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