June 27, 2022

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Kawafu Target Revenge In X-Mas Final After Loosing Indep Title to Same Opponent Entebbe Pool Family.

 

Entebbe Christmas Cup Final.

  • Kawafu FC Vs Entebbe Pool family FC
  • Date: 25.12 2021
  • Nkumba Kataka play ground

 

The two teams have once again prooved the best in Entebbe making it to the finals in two consecutive tournaments.

 

Going into the Christmas day final, Kawafu FC target revenge playing against the same opponent they lost to in the Independence Cup final.

 

Former UPFC FC Midfielder Fred Umony put up a Man of the match peformance in the independence final and he is still part of the Pool Family team.

 

The speedy right winger, scored a brace in the final and will be a star face to look out for in this clash.

 

Entebbe Pool Family knocked out big spenders Kasenyi United FC 2-0 and Kawafu eliminated Kataka Sunday Special (4-3) to reach the finals.

 

Entebbe Pool Family fans enjoying one of the Independence cup games.

 

The Pool team, had earlier at quarter final level knocked out Kasenyi FC and Kawafu needed a board room decision to progress having been knocked out in Spot-kicks by J-Life FC.

 

J- Life FC used a suspended player in the quarter final clash against Kawafu FC.

 

Entebbe Pool Family road to the final

Entebbe Pool Family was in group with Kitinda FC and Lakers FC.

Kitinda FC 1-3 Entebbe Pool Family FC

Lakers FC 3- 2 Entebbe Pool Family FC

 

Quarter Final

Entebbe Pool Family FC 3-1 Kasenyi FC

 

Semi Final

Kasenyi Utd FC 0-2 Entebbe Pool Family FC

 

Kawafu FC road to the final.

 

Kawafu Fc was in group C with Monaco FC and St Padre Pio FC

 

Kawafu FC topped the group with maximum points after defeating both Monaco and St Padre Pio Kawafu

 

Quarter Final

Kawafu FC lost to J-Life ( Lost in Spot-kicks 5-4, but Kawafu FC progressed by board room decision)

 

Semi-finals

Kawafu FC 4-3 Kataka Sunday Special

 

Key players to watch out for.

Entebbe Pool Family, as always are unpredictable for the players they bring each and every match but veteran Yusuf Chippo and Fred Umony will be the key faces to look out for.

 

Kawafu FC will as well look on to play maker Kennedy and exciting forward Allan for positive results tomorrow.

 

The final will be played at exactly 4pm at Nkumba Kataka play ground.

 

The winner will take home a bull, gold medals and a trophy.

 

The finalists will also be rewarded with a goat and silver medals.