KCCA FC defeats Vipers SC to retain Uganda Cup

first_imgKCCA FC players celebrating their goal on Saturday (Photo by Racheal Tebandeke)Stanbic Uganda Cup Final 2018Vipers SC 0-1 KCCA FCEmokri Play Grounds, BukediSaturday, 09-06-2018KCCA FC defeated Vipers SC 1-0 in the Stanbic Uganda Cup final to win their second successive title on Saturday at the Emokori Play Grounds in Bukedi.Julius Poloto’s header two minutes to the break was all that Mike Mutebi’s men required to ensure they don’t end the season unbeaten and in process end Viper’s dreams of winning the league and cup double, like KCCA did last season.KCCA FC’s Julius Poloto celebrates after scoring what proved to be the winning goal (Photos by Racheal Tebandeke)KCCA FC came into the game having relinquished their league crown to the Venoms and despite the fact that they are still in the CAF Champions league, their most realistic hope of any silver ware was in the oldest and most prestigious, tournament in the country.KCCA endured the last 20 minutes of the game with a man less after their star player Sadam Ibrahim Juma was red carded for two bookable offences.The chief guest Hanson Obua, flanked by the FUFA President Eng. Moses Magogo handed over Gold medals to the winning team before handing them the trophy via their captain Timothy Denis Awany amidst celebrations.The KCCA FC trio of Charles Lukwago, Patrick Kaddu and Allan Okello were the best goalkeeper, top scorer and Most Valuable Player (MVP) respectively.Allan Okello (left) taking on Vipers’ duo of Yayo Lutimba and Halid Lwaliwa on Saturday (Photos by Racheal Tebandeke)This is KCCA’s 10th Uganda cup crown, equaling Express FC’s record of most titles won in the competition.It is also the second time in the Kasasiro Boy’s history that they retain the trophy, having done the same in 1980 having won their first the previous year.For Vipres, they have only won it once in their brief history, which was in 2016 when they defeated then Big League side Onduparaka 3-1 in the finals played at Nakivubo.KCCA FC walk away with the cash prize of 30 million while Vipers bag 20 million in the process.eam Line Ups:Vipers Sports Club XI:Isma Watenga (G.K),  Geofrey Wasswa, Yayo Lutimba, Halid Lwaliwa, Bashir Asiku, Tadeo Lwanga, Milton Karisa, Moses Waiswa, Erisa Ssekisambu, Dan Sserunkuma, Duncan SsenindeSubs:James Alitho (G.K), Ashraf Mandela, Steven Mukwala,  Tom Masiko, Brian Nkuubi, Pius Wangi, Frank “Zagga” TumwesigyeKCCA XI:Charles Lukwago (G.K), Fillbert Obenchan, Habibu Kavuma,Timothy Dennis Awany, Paul Musamali, Isaac Kirabira, Sadam Ibrahim Juma, Jackson Nunda, Julius Poloto, Allan Okello, Patrick KadduSubs:Tom Ikara (G.K), Jamil Malyamungu (G.K), Denis Okot Oola, Eric Ssenjobe, Solomon Okwalinga, Paul Mucureezi, Ibrahim WannamahAwards:Best Goalkeeper: Charles Lukwago (KCCA)Top Scorer: Patrick Kaddu (KCCA) – 6 GoalsMVP: Allan Okello (KCCA)The list of Uganda Cup past winners to date:1971 –Coffee F.C1972-1975-Not Held1976– Gangama F.C1977– Simba F.C1978 – Nsambya F.C1979 – KCC F.C1980 – KCC F.C1981 – Coffee F.C1982 – KCC F.C1983 – SC Villa F.C1984 – KCC F.C1985 – Express F.C1986 – SC Villa F.C1987 – KCC F.C1988 – SC Villa1989 – SC Villa1990 – KCC F.C1991 – Express F.C1992 – Express F.C1993 – KCC F.C1994 – Express F.C1995 – Express F.C1996 – UEB S.C1997 – Express F.C1998 – SC Villa1999 – Mbale Heroes S.C2000 – SC Villa2001 – Express F.C2002 – SC Villa2003 – Express F.C2004 – KCC F.C2005 – URA F.C2006 – Express F.C2007 – Express F.C2007/8 – Victors S.C2008/9 – SC Villa2009/10 – Victors S.C2010/11 – Simba S.C2011/12 – URA F.C2013/2013 – Sports Club Victoria University2013/2014 – URA F.C2014/2015 – Sc Villa Jogoo2015/2016-Vipers SC2016/2017-KCCA FC2017/2018– KCCA FCComments Tags: KCCA FCstanbic uganda cuptopvipers sclast_img read more

Report details dangers at Pendleton

first_img On July 10, Pendleton Woolen Mills filed an appeal of “all factual and legal aspects of all alleged violations” cited by Washington’s Department of Labor & Industries. Those include 36 “serious” violations of workplace safety and health rules, which included fines of $93,300, and five smaller violations.In the appeal process, the violations may be upheld, changed or reversed in full or in part. The penalties may be reduced or eliminated. Or a settlement may be reached that involves certain terms. If Pendleton isn’t satisfied with the result, it may take the matter to the Washington State Board of Industrial Insurance Appeals, a separate agency from L&I. Either party could appeal from that board to Superior Court.However, L&I spokeswoman Elaine Fischer said a final outcome of Pendleton’s appeal is expected Thursday.— Aaron CorvinIn seeking comments from managers of Pendleton Woolen Mills in Washougal, The Columbian was referred to the company’s public relations representative, Cheryl Engstrom, president of Bothell-based Engstrom Public Relations. At Engstrom’s request, the Columbian submitted its questions in writing.In an Aug. 30 emailed response to The Columbian, Engstrom said the company wasn’t able to “provide any specific answers” because it was in the middle of the appeal process with the Washington Department of Labor & Industries. She released this statement from the company:“Pendleton’s management and employees are committed to a safe and healthy work environment. The company has worked cooperatively with L&I for decades and welcomes their contributions and guidance. The L&I inspections are an opportunity for Pendleton to improve its safety programs. During this past inspection process, management dedicated hundreds of hours of time to work with the inspectors. Immediately following the release of the report, Pendleton addressed the issues raised in the report with most abated. The appeal filed is allowing for continued dialogue with L&I to work through any remaining issues and provide further clarification and information. During this process, the company is not in a position to provide any further comment.” The Washington Department of Labor & Industries cited Pendleton Woolen Mills’ textile plant in Washougal, shown, August 3, 2012, for 36 iseriousi safety and health rule violations, meaning situations where a worker could be seriously injured or killed.last_img read more