Four to tussle it out as Kampala Tennis League reaches climax

first_imgBashasha (second right) speaking to the Press at Lugogo (Photo by Agency)LUGOGO – On Saturday, the second edition of the Kampala Premier Tennis League will conclude at Lugogo Tennis Complex.Only Trademark Kinetic, Lugogo Boys, Trailblazers and defending champions Titans remain out of the six that started the season.Speaking to the press ahead of the final day of the tournament, Simon Bashasha, the Chairman of the Kampala Premier Tennis League highlighted the achievements.“This is the second edition of the tournament and we have seen increased activity in the Tennis and we are proud,” said Bashasha, who is also a player with Titans.“We have given opportunities to young players to compete and Lugogo Boys is such a team with a bunch of young players who have been able to develop,” he added.Trailblazers will battle Titans as underdogs Lugogo Boys will be looking to knock out Trademark Kinetic for a place in the finals.The league has attracted players from Kenya, Rwanda and Europe as well as renowned local players as David Oringa.Comments Tags: Kampala Tennis LeagueSimob Bashashalast_img read more

Shots fired at Portland Samaritan

first_imgPORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Police say shots were fired at a good Samaritan who tried to intervene in a purse-snatching at a Tri-Met bus shelter in southeast Portland.No one was injured in the Monday night shooting. Three suspects fled down a bike trail. Officers tracked them with a police dog and detained two people for questioning.last_img