In Summary
  • Record winners Mubs have no room for error against minnows Sand Lions as they bid make up for the lost time.

Kampala. To date, Isabeti players and technical team are yet to come to terms with the manner in which Nkumba beat them in the first round last year.
As the two national beach soccer league giants clash this afternoon at Lido Beach in Entebbe, Isabeti, an offspring of Nkumba, is promising retribution.

“We have worked on the mistakes we made in the first round loss and we are ready to show them that we are the bosses of this group (Monsoon Group).
“My players were complacent in that hurting loss,” Isabeti manager Issa Asiimwe told Sunday Monitor.
“We want to lead this group as we head to the playoffs.”
Nkumba stunned Isabeti 5-4 at Lido Beach in a thrilling ‘father-son’ showdown.

Asiimwe is banking on attacking players Swaibu Kakwaya, Rica Byaruhanga and Roch Somoka (14 goals) to break down Emma Amagu’s resilient Nkumba.
Nkumba will hope that 12-goal hero Emmanuel Wasswa, inspires them against Isabeti in a group determinant tie. Record winners Mubs have no room for error against minnows Sand Lions as they bid make up for the lost time.
In the Hurriken Group, KIU will take on Talented. Hurriken Group leaders St Lawrence University, yet to drop any points so far, are out of action this weekend.

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