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The National Ludo Super League 2022 is ready for the first game day


National Ludo Super League 2022:

sunday 27and March – New Victoria Club, Kireka

First match schedule:

  • Kazo Hill vs. Bassajja Bayiiya
  • Nakawa Market vs Masaka Giants
  • Nansana All Stars vs. Nansana Galaxy
  • Kisansa Kireka against Buyende United
  • Ntinda United v Kings
  • Busega vs Buloba A

The Uganda Ludo Federation (ULF) is preparing to eliminate the National Ludo Super League 2022 on Sunday 27and March 2022 at New Victoria Club, Kireka.

A total of twelve (12) teams will be in action on the first day of the match.

Reigning champions Kireka Kisansa take on debutants Buyende United, a new super league club in the Eastern region.

Kisansa Kireka’s squad is bolstered by new signing Shafiki Dduka who has been signed from Kwagala.

Buyende United have also signed two great players; Shamim Lugolobi Shamim and Franci Tamale from clubs Entebbe Gerenge and Kwagala respectively.

Players and officials of the Kisansa Kireka Ludo club celebrate their victory with the 2021 season trophy

Other matches:

In the other matches, Kazo Hill will face Bassajja Bayiiya, Nakawa Market will face Masaka Giants.

Masaka Giants have five new players; Charles Kato (of Kazo Hill) and four Kings players; Huzaifa Matovu, Ivan Ssenyonyi, Simon Munyagabi and Jonathan Bbaale.

Meanwhile, Nansana All Star will face Nansana Galaxy in the derby duel, Ntinda United will face Kings and Busega against Buloba A.

Uganda Ludo Federation President Hussein Kalule is planning a very competitive season as all the players compete for national team spots ahead of the African and World Ludo fixtures in Naples and South Africa respectively.

The Uganda national ludo super league 2022 is expected to be very competitive and tense as all players wish to give their best in order to be shortlisted for the Uganda Doves national team spot. In preparation to participate in the International Ludo Nations Championship (ILNC) to be held in Nepal as well as the African Individual Ludo Nations Championship (AL-NIC) in South Africa.

The league dice come after the successful referee course.