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Boxing: UBF offers support to the Bombers’ fight against Covid-19

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The Uganda Boxing Federation offered support to the Uganda Bombers team that included 24 boxers, 10 coaches and a team doctor.The federation provided protective masks and 19 boxes of soap to the team in order to help them in the fight against the  wide spread of the Covid-19 caused by the noble Coronavirus.

The UBF through their president Moses Muhangi handed the equipments to team captain Shadir Musa on Saturday 27th, March at the UBF offices alongside the Bombers team manager Zebra ‘Mando’ Ssenyange.

The bombers do individual training such as road work and cordials so its better if they keep themselves safe and clean after training.

Said Moses Muhangi 

This is the best we can do is to keep in touch with the bombers and keep them training because we don’t want them to lose shape and fitness by the time the next competitions are announced.

Added UBF president. 

Muhangi urged the bombers to use this opportunity to continue training hard amidst the cancellation of the qualifiers and the Olympics.

We were supposed to be preparing for the qualifiers in France an the Olympics but both events were postponed so this is an opportunity for the bombers to keep training and prepare themselves though they can’t train together as a team.

Muhangi urged the bombers

Bombers captain Shadir Musa was thankful to the Uganda Boxing Federation for their continued support towards the Uganda Bombers in this world-wide trying situation 

On behalf of the Bombers, we thank the Federation for thinking about us even when we are not in the field”

said Bombers captain Shadir

The items will be distributed by the team manager Zebra Ssenyange to each and every team member.

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