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Wounded Army side hosts title chasing SC Villa as UPL returns with five matches

first_img Tags: Azam UPLExpress FCfckirinya jssmasavu FCMbarara Cityonduparaka fcpaul mukatabalaproline fcSC Villasoanaupdf fcURA FC Saturday 05-05-2018 FixturesUPDF FC vs SC Villa @Bombo Military StadiumSoana FC vs Onduparaka FC @kavumba Recreation GroundsMbarara City vs Proline FC @Kakyeka StadiumKirinya JSS vs Masavu @Kyabazinga StadiumURA FC vs Express FC @Mandela National StadiumNB: All Games Start At 04:00pmUPDF will host SC Villa at the Bombo Military Stadium looking to recover the three points they lost to Bul this week thanks to a FUFA Competitions Disciplinary Panel ruling.Also Read: UPDF FC loses game against Bul by ForfeitureThe points lost mean that UPDF start the day occupying the relegation zone and will be hoping for a positive result that ignites their relegation survival hopes.For Villa, they start the day five points behind leaders Vipers SC who defeated Police FC 2-0 at the St. Mary’s Stadium on Friday.Also Read: Vipers defeat Police to move five points clear at the topVilla will know that there is no room for error as any lost points elevate Vipers closer to a first league crown in three years.“We have to continue doing our part and hope that Vipers drop so points in the due course, said Villa assistant coach Paul Mukatabala.“We won our last game at home and we need to keep the momentum flowing on the road.“It is of course not going to be easy because UPDF are a strong side at home and the fact that they are still in the relegation battle makes it a whole lot harder but i believe we have got the players to inflict the necessary damage and get us three points.SC Villa after their last training at Villa park on Friday (Photos by Agencies)SC Villa will have defenders Joseph Nsubuga and Henry Katongole returning to the team after recovering from their respective injuries. The record champions will look up to Martin Kizza, goalkeeper Samson Kirya and George Senkaba for inspiration.Match Facts:Villa won the first meeting between these two sides earlier this season 2-0 at the Masaka Recreation Grounds.With the 1-0 win over Bul turned into defeat, this means that UPDF go into the game having won only one of their last nine games in all competitions (D3 L5). The win was against URA in a 1-0 victory at Bombo at the start of last month.UPDF have won only 2 of their last nine league games (D3 L4), a run that leaves then only a point from safety.The Army side side has been good at home this season, losing only three of their 13 games in Bombo including the Bul loss incurred by virtual of a board room decision.For Villa, they come into the game having lost only one of their last 12 games in all competitions (W9 D2).In the league, the Jogoos have tasted defeat in only two of their last 23 games, 1-0 at home to Vipers and then a similar scoreline away to KCCA. In that period, Villa has gone on to win 15 games and drawn the other six.However, their away form has been worrying all season, managing only four victories in their 12 fixtures on the road (D6 L2).Against the current bottom three, Villa has all four of its fixtures against them and that will serve as inspiration for Mukatabala and co.At Kavumba, Soana will entertain Onduparaka desperately in search of three vital points that will ease relegation fears for Smart Obed’s side.A run of poor results that have seen Soana lose four and draw one of their last five league games has put the Kavumba based side only two points above the relegation zone with three games to play.For Onduparaka, they are on course to their best ever league finish as they currently seat fourth, four points ahead of Kirinya JSS in fifth.Another game to be played on Saturday will see relegation threatened Mbarara City and Proline do battle at the Kakyeka stadium.With only two points separating the two sides, it will be a match that will be played in a spirit of a final as a loss for either side may have grave relegation implications.Proline start the day second from bottomMbarara seat in 12th at the start of the day with 28 points from 27 games while Proline occupy 15th but have a game in hand.Elsewhere, Kirinya JSS will host bottom of the pile Masavu FC with the visitors desperate for points as time is running out on them.With only three games to go, Masavu are still rooted at the foot of the table and seat four points adrift of safety. For Kirinya, they will be targeting a best ever points tally in the top flight as they currently have 38 and seat in fifth on the log.At Namboole, two former giants will clash as URA entertain Express FC.Sam Simbwa who is the head coach of URA currently was the last man to stir Express to the league crown in the 2012 season and if he defeats his former side, he may have probably put some impact on their (Express) relegation.Sam Simbwa was the gead coach of Express when they last won the leagueExpress are currently seating only goal difference away from relegation and with them yet to play title chasers Villa and Vipers, three points from the game on Saturday will be welcomed as ‘god’.Comments Azam Uganda Premier Leaguelast_img read more

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Road group pleas with rally fans to respect the roads

first_imgThe Donegal Road Safety Working Group (DRSWG) is appealing to everyone attending the Joule Donegal International Rally this weekend to stay safe on the roads and to be respectful of everyone using the roads.This appeal comes as rally organisers join forces with Donegal Joint Policing Committee and An Garda Síochána to encourage all those attending the rally to ‘Respect the Rally’ and comply with a few simple rules.These are to drive safely & respect other road users; never drink and drive; respect residents; keep noise levels down at all times; keep the race in its place and; take your litter home. Brian O’Donnell, Road Safety Officer said the DRSWG is committed to promoting road safety.He said “Large numbers will arrive in Donegal to attend the rally and also to enjoy everything Donegal has to offer and we want to emphasise the importance of safety, both on the rally course and on the public roads.“Followers of the rally need to be reminded to watch the stages from safety areas, always stay within the speed limits and drive at a speed appropriate to the weather conditions and allow plenty of time to arrive safely at your destination.“Unfortunately there are also those who drive dangerously and who have no interest in the rally and are only intent in causing trouble for the Gardai and ordinary members of the public who use the roads. We would appeal to everyone attending the rally, that safety on our roads is paramount and should always takes precedence above everything else. Please, keep the race in its place”. Keep the Race in its place – that’s the message being promoted by Donegal Road Safety Working Group and the Donegal Joint Policing Committee for this weeks Joule Donegal International Rally. Picture includes Cathaoirleach Cllr. Nicholas Crossan, Inspector Michael Harrison, Donegal Road Safety Working Group, Brian O’Donnell, Donegal Road Safety Officer, Brian Brogan, Donegal Motor Club, Cllr. Gerry McMonagle, Donegal Joint Policing Committee, Seamus Neely, Donegal County Council with members of the Donegal Motor Club and Donegal Youth Council. Photo Clive WassonInspector Michael Harrison said An Garda Síochána is appealing to all those coming to County Donegal for the rally weekend to show respect for residents in Donegal and not engage in anti-social behaviour on the roads.He added “We have a major policing operation in place and those found breaking the law will be dealt with in the appropriate manner. Our objective is to have a weekend where there are no fatal or serious injury collisions. We will be testing drivers for drink and drug driving and finally I would ask everyone using the roads not to speed, never to use a mobile phone while driving, always wear a seatbelt and never drink or drug drive.”Cllr Gerry McMonagle Chair of the Donegal Joint Policing Committee is looking forward to welcoming rally enthusiasts to Donegal saying that “these messages are about making sure that the rally can be enjoyed by spectators and locals in a safe and respectful way”.“This rally is unique to Donegal and is the only 3-day tarmac rally in Ireland and the UK. The rally organisers do a great job year in year out organising this top class event and we in the Joint Policing Committee and Donegal County Council want to lend our support to them by helping to share a few simple messages so that the rally can be thoroughly enjoyed by visitors and locals alike.”Road group pleas with rally fans to respect the roads was last modified: June 18th, 2019 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:donegalGardaiRallytrespectROADSWarninglast_img read more

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Chelsea ‘may be forced to risk Terry’

first_imgFulham want to pip Bolton to the signing of Stoke City striker Cameron Jerome, according to The Sun.It is claimed that the Whites are competing with Wanderers in an effort to capture the former England Under-21 international, who has scored seven goals this season and is apparently rated at £4m.Terry is nursing an injury.The Guardian report that Chelsea’s interim boss Roberto Di Matteo may be forced to risk John Terry despite doubts over the defender’s fitness.Terry is struggling with a rib injury but with some vital matches approaching, Di Matteo is desperate to include him.The Italian said: “It all depends on how quick he can heal and the pain level he can sustain. As soon as that is possible to do he will train.”Meanwhile, The Sun declare that Di Matteo believes he needs to achieve a top-four finish and win the Champions League to be considered a success.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

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IPL 2019: MS Dhoni, Virat Kohli reign supreme on Twitter, CSK most talked about team

first_imgVirat Kohli’s Royal Challengers Bangalore finished Indian Premier League (IPL) 2019 with a wooden spoon but the India captain was among the top-three most-talked-about players during the 12th edition of the T20 league.While Chennai Super Kings captain MS Dhoni reigned supreme in the list of most-talked-about players on Twitter during IPL 2019, Virat Kohli finished 2nd while title-winning Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma completed the top 3 in the data provided by Twitter India.Helping raise a few eyebrows, Chennai Super Kings off-spinner Harbhajan Singh was more popular than Andre Russell on Twitter than big-hitting Kolkata Knight Riders superstar Andre Russell who took the league by storm, hitting 52 sixes in just 14 matches.Hardik Pandya, Chirs Gayle, Ravindra Jadeja, Rishabh Pant and David Warner also made the top 10 and in that order. Unsurprisingly, the most-tweeted-about match was the IPL 2019 final between Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings in Hyderabad.When it comes to the most-talked-about team during IPL 2019, runners-up Chennai Super Kings, led by MS Dhoni, took the honours. Mumbai Indians were second on the list while Royal Challengers Bangalore and Kolkata Knight Riders also made the top 4 even as they finished outside the top 4 in the IPL 2019 points table. MI dominate CSK during IPL 2019 finalHowever, on the night of the big IPL 2019 final on Sunday, Mumbai Indians not just defeated Chennai Super Kings on the field but also on the popular social media platform.The Mumbai Indians (@mipaltan) dominated the conversation on Twitter on Sunday when they won the IPL 2019 final, owning 63% of total mentions vs Chennai Super Kings (@chennaiipl) 37%.advertisementHardik Pandya’s ‘Golden Tweet’ of IPL 2019 The Golden Tweet for IPL 2019 was this Tweet from Mumbai Indians cricketer Hardik Pandya acknowledging MS Dhoni as his friend and source of inspiration. Dhoni and Pandya played each other in the final, but this Tweet shows the strong sportsmanship between opposing IPL sides. The Tweet received nearly 16,000 Retweets.My inspiration, my friend, my brother, my legend ??? @msdhoni pic.twitter.com/yBu0HEiPJwhardik pandya (@hardikpandya7) May 8, 2019Also, Twitter saw a record-breaking 27 million Tweets, a 44% increase over 2018’s IPL-related Tweets in IPL 2019 which arguably was one of the most-closely fought editions of the cash-rich T20 league. “Fans love Tweeting about cricket and this year we saw a record-breaking 27 million Tweets around the IPL 2019 season. Twitter is the best way to see what’s happening in the world of sports and to talk about it, so we’re thrilled to see this incredible growth in IPL conversations this year,” Manish Maheshwari, Managing Director, Twitter India said.”We are looking forward to enhancing fan experiences on the platform as we go to the second half of the cricket season. We know conversations around the biggest global cricket tournament – the ICC Cricket World Cup is sure to take off on Twitter, too!”Also Read | Perfect Endgame: How MI served revenge cold in IPL 2019 final to CSKAlso Read | MS Dhoni was really heartbroken, never seen him like that, says Sanjay ManjrekarAlso Read | Watto’s knee cap is our cup: CSK salute Watson who battled bloodied leg in IPL finalAlso See:last_img read more

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