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MULAGO KINGS BEAT ENKABI TO CEMENT LEAGUE LEAD PDF 
Monday, 06 September 2010 00:00

Mulago Kings Chess Club closed in on the top division national chess league title after hammering title rivals Enkabi Chess Club 4-1 on Sunday 5th September 2010. In other games, Makerere University beat Uganda Christian University 4-1, Mulago Knights outwitted Mulago Rooks by the same margin as Mengo beat Aviation Chess Club 3-2. Elsewhere, Kireka Chess Club beat bottom placed Kampala Club 5-0. In the Mulago Kings - Enkabi Chess Club game, Kings' Harold Wanyama, Patrick Kawuma, Kenneth Kakooza and Grace Nsubuga beat Enkabi's Emma Otella, Elija Emojong, Francis Obita and Muke Bright respectively. Kamede Esther rescued Enkabi's solitary point.

Club Games Played To be Played Points
Mulago Kings 12 0 45
Enkabi Chess Club 11 1 38.5
Makerere University 11 1 37.5
Mulago Knights 12 0 32.5
Kireka Chess Club 10 2 29
Mulago Rooks 11 1 23
UCU- Knights 11 1 18
Mengo Chess Club 11 1 18
Aviation Chess Club 10 2 16.5
Kampala Club 5 7 2.5
 
MULAGO KINGS WIN TO CLOSE IN ON LEAGUE TITLE PDF 
Monday, 30 August 2010 00:00

Mulago Kings Chess Club closed in on the league title ahead of rivals Enkabi with a 4.5-0.5 beating of Aviation Chess Club at Mulago Hospital on Sunday 29th August 2010.

In other games, Mulago Knights beat Kireka 3-1 (both sides did not have a player on board five, while Makerere University edged Mengo 3.5-1.5.

Elsewhere the Kampala Club versus Enkabi game ended in dispute after the entire visiting side (Enkabi) arrived in time for the scheduled start of the games only to find that their hosts (Kampala Club) had only one player, Joachim Okoth at the playing venue. By the time of filing this report, the matter was yet to be resolved as Enkabi was claiming a 5-0 win while Kampala Club insisted it should be 4-1.

Whichever result is awarded to Enkabi is likely to enable them get to the table of the table ahead of Mulago Kings who are leading them by only 3.5 points.

Tentative standings excluding the Enkabi versus Kampala Club game.

 
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NEWS - NEWS
Written by Stephen Kisuze   
Friday, 13 August 2010 00:00
The Uganda Chess Federation is sending one of its officials to attend an Africa Chess Arbiters Training Seminar to be held at the Botswana National Productivity Centre in Gaborone - Botswana from 16th to 19th August 2010.
Vianney Luggya, the Federation's Publicity Secretary is scheduled to arrive Botswana on Sunday 15th August to attend the seminar at the end of which he will be required to sit an examination that determines whether one can be awarded the title of FIDE Arbiter or get an International Arbiter norm.
The training has been sponsored by FIDE, the world's Chess Governing body in conjunction with CACDEC.
Luggya was scheduled to have travelled with UCF Vice Chairman, Stephen Kisuze but the later has had to drop out due to inevitable circumstances.
The aim of the workshop is to empower Chess officials in Africa with the necessary knowledge and skills to be arbiters.
 
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