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We shall bounce back against Asubo Gafford- Gillian Akadinda


Olila High School lost a game for the first game in their opening three fixtures this season to Kawempe Muslim away in Kawempe.

Agnes Nabukenya, Hadijah Nandago, Shakira Nyinagahirwa and Rebecca Nakato (with a brace) were all on target to make up a 5-0 scoreline at full time as the girls from Soroti were thumped in an embarrassing way away from home.

After the game, we spoke to Olila skipper Gillian Akadinda who puts the loss on fatigue;

We travelled late from Soroti, we were supposed to leave at around 9 am in the morning but ended up leaving at midday, so we arrived at 7pm and it costed the team with some players failing to run in the game because of fatigue.

We have another away game on Sunday, we hope to rectify the few mistakes in defense, midfield and attack. We shall bounce back against Asubo Gafford.

On Sunday, Olila High School will visit Asubo Gafford who have not won a game this season.

Despite signing former Makerere University forward Nakaayi Madinah, they look like they are  struggling with create chances in the game.

The other game on Sunday will see Kawempe Muslim travel to Makerere to play Makerere University Women Football Club. All games will be played at 10 am EAT.

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