St Lawrence University started on a high, winning two games defeating including a 10-06 over MUBS and 13-04 over Entebbe Sharks in their opening games of the National Beach Soccer League.
Sulaiman Ochero scored five goals in their first win over MUBs before going on to humiliate Entebbe Sharks in their second game of the day.
Despite a perfect start, St Lawrence University coach Davis Nono was not impressed due to the many mistakes his players committed.
“We have played two very important games since the boys haven’t been playing for over a year. we have won but with a lot of mistakes,” he said in an interview after the game.
In the other games played on Thursday 8th April 2021, Kiringete Bsc lost 7-6 to Entebbe sharks, while Mutoola Bsc beat Buganda royals 6 – 5.
On 8th April 2021, Kiringente Bsc entertains Mutoola Bsc in the early kickoff, MUBS hosts Buganda royal before Mutoola Bsc takes on Entebbe sharks at 12:00 pm
Buganda Royal will entertain St Lawrence in the final game of the day.
The league will run for 8 days and on a two-legged residential basis with the first round ending on the 11th of this month while round 2 will run from 12-15th of April.
After the completion of the league on the 15th of April, the technical team will select the best 15 players that will enter the 21 days residential camp to prepare for the Beach soccer Africa cup finals in Dakar Senegal.
The sand cranes progressed to the Beach Soccer Africa cup after their rivals Ghana withdrew from the tournament.