The Ugandan representatives thrashed Team Somalia 3-0 at the Kasarani Stadium earlier on Monday.
East African schools' powerhouse St. Mary's Secondary School, Kitende (SMASK), got their CECAFA Zonal CAF African Schools Championship to a winning start.
In their first game, the Ugandan representatives thrashed Team Somalia 3-0 at the Kasarani Stadium earlier on Monday.
Youngster Disan Mwebe bagged a second-half brace plus an own-goal from Somalis to have Kitende to a start of dreams.
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Given the state, Bright Stars feel they have a strong chance of getting a decent result when the two meet at the MTN Omondi Stadium, Lugogo on Tuesday.
Kitende's dominance was much more evident in the second half as they came back blazing, having endured a goalless opening half.
In their second game of the day, Kitende comfortably beat Burundi 2-0, to make it successive victories and clean-sheets.
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Meanwhile, this is the latest of the many enormous achievements the dance troupe has reached in both the sporting and social spheres.
It should be noted that the CECAFA Zonal CAF African Schools Championship entails U15 boys and girls.
Meanwhile, Kitende is keen on emulating Uganda's Royal Giants High School, who are the competition's (boys) defending champions.
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In the tournament that is set to get underway on Sunday till Wednesday, Mulindwa isn't looking at anything else but triumph.
In the girls' category, Uganda's representative Kawempe Muslim SS drew 0-0 with Tanzania's Alliance High School in their opening bout.
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With Aucho playing 90 minutes, Pacome ZouZoua scored to help Young Africans salvage a point off the Ghanaians to move to just two points out of a possible nine.