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Hope SS Watoto Emerges Champion of Second Brave Girls Football League


The second edition of the Brave Girls League came to a thrilling conclusion on Thursday evening at the International University of East Africa playground in Kansaga.

Hope Secondary School Watoto emerged victorious, crowned the best school among 14 teams that participated in the tournament for girls under 18.

In the final match, Hope Secondary School Watoto defeated God Cares SS 1-0, with Alice Ayo scoring the winning goal. They took home a cash prize of Shs. 6,000,000 and a giant trophy. God Cares SS received Shs. 3,000,000 as runners-up, while Exodus College received Shs. 1,000,000 as the second runner-up.

The tournament was organized by Reach A Hand Uganda in collaboration with various partners, including Uganda Secondary School Sports Association (USSSA), FOWODE UGANDA, Planned Parenthood Global, and others.

Humphrey Nabimanya, Founder of Reach A Hand Uganda, expressed his gratitude to all participating teams and partners. He emphasized the importance of valuing girls’ education, empowering girls, and reducing school dropouts due to early pregnancies.

Humphrey Nabimanya speaks at the awarding ceremony

“We managed to hold the second edition of the Brave Girls football league. I thank the teams that took part and all the partners we worked with. This is just the second edition and the Brave Girls League will move a long away. There is need to value girls education, empower girls, help young girls speak out against the vices that affect them and also reduce on the number of school drop outs due to early pregnancies” Nabimanya stated

The tournament featured 14 teams that played through group stages, quarter-finals, semi-finals, and finals.

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