FUFA appoints officials for SUPL Match-Day 19

first_img Tags: FUFAStarTimes Uganda Premeir Leaguetop MENGO – Like it has become the norm in recent past, FUFA has released the list of officials who will take charge of the StarTimes Uganda Premier League Match-Day 19 games.The game week will cut across two days with the first games played on Tuesday, 12-02-2019 followed by others on Wednesday, 13-02-2019.Tuesday will see six fixtures while the other two will be contested the following day.Here is the complete list of all Match-Day 19 officials:SC Villa vs Paidha Black Angels:Played at: Mandela National Stadium – NambooleTue 12.02.2019 @4pmReferee: Akoyi AnnaAssistant Referee 1: Nantabo LydiaAssistant Referee 2: Atuhaire DorcusFourth Official: Kiweewa EmmaReferee Assessor: Katono SirajiOnduparaka FC Vs URA FC:Played at: Green Light Stadium – AruaTue 12.02.2019 @4:30pmReferee: Nsubuga Brian MiiroAssistant Referee 1: Ssonko MarkAssistant Referee 2: Nkumbi MarexFourth Official: Yoacel NicksonReferee Assessor: Matovu SulaimanMaroons Vs Ndejje University:Played at: Luzira Prisons Ground – LuziraTue 12.02.2019 @4:30pmReferee: Oloya William WestNileAssistant Referee 1: Okello LeeAssistant Referee 2: Ngyendo GilbertFourth Official: Kaddu AliReferee Assessor: Katabira DavidKirinya JSS vs Police:Played at: The Mighty Arena JSS – JinjaTue 12.02.2019 @4:30pmReferee: Sabilla Ali C EasternAssistant Referee 1: Musisi HenryAssistant Referee 2: kasoone GeorgeFourth Official: Waiswa MuzamiruReferee Assessor: Kityo AsumaniTooro United Vs Vipers FC:Played at: Buhinga Stadium – Fort PortalTue 12.02.2019 @4:30pmReferee: Muhabi Alex KampalaAssistant Referee 1: Mulindwa HakimAssistant Referee 2: Okudra EmmnuelFourth Official: Donny RobertReferee Assessor: Kabwimukya GeorgeBright stars Vs Mbarara City:Played at: Champions Stadium – MwererweTue 12.02.2019 @4:30pmReferee: Ogwal Boniface NorthernAssistant Referee 1: Agil TonnyAssistant Referee 2: Okwang MarioFourth Official: Omara PaulReferee Assessor: Kebba HarunaKCCA Vs Bul FC:Played at: Star Times Stadium -LugogoWed 13.02.2019 @4pmReferee: Nabadda ShamilahAssistant Referee 1: Mutonyi JaneAssistant Referee 2: Balikoowa MusaFourth Official: Turyamureeba PaulReferee Assessor: Adipo CatherineNyamityobora Fc VS Express FC:Played at: Kakyeka Stadium – MbararaWed 06.02.2019 @4pmReferee: Ssali MashoodAssistant Referee 1: Turyomuriwe SamuelAssistant Referee 2: Atusinguza RobsonFourth Official: Noor HassanReferee Assessor: Waiswa AliKCCA FC are still top of the standings with 41 points from 18 games. Vipers are second on 35 while Mbarara are third.At the wrong end of the table, Nyamityobora, Ndejje University and Paidha Black Angels occupy the bottom three spots.Comments last_img read more

Humboldt State softball rallies in game two to pick up doubleheader split against Chico State

first_imgMcKinleyville >> Following a 2-0 loss to its arch-rivals in the opening game of Monday’s California Collegiate Athletic Association doubleheader, the Humboldt State softball team’s dugout was quiet as can be.HSU head coach Shelli Sarchett simply had one question for her team.“I kind of asked the team ‘Are you guys scared? Because you’re playing like it, you’re swinging like it,’” Sarchett recalled.With a stern talking to from their coach, the Jacks found a way to respond. What was …last_img

Solar Decathlon Looks for a New Location

first_imgSometime soon – very soon, the 20 contestants in the 2011 Solar Decathlon hope – the Department of Energy will announce the new location of the Decathlon, whose first four editions, beginning in 2002, were held on the National Mall in Washington, D.C.The DOE announced on Tuesday that it would move the event to another venue in support of a National Park Service restoration program that is designed to improve and protect the mall. So now, with the 20 teams scheduled to compete in October, the DOE is scrambling.According to a post by environmental-and-energy-policy media source GreenWire, event organizers are searching for alternate locations in Washington, but also are considering sites in or near cities such as New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, and St. Louis. No small task, given the requirements for tractor-trailer access, temporary-construction accommodations, siting for optimal solar exposure, and cleanup strategies.Trying to meet expectations and sustain interestIdeally, of course, the next location, like the mall, would be an established tourist attraction. The 2009 Solar Decathlon drew a lot people to the homes in the competition – 307,502 house visits over 10 days – and offered 32 onsite workshops for the public and a daylong series of workshops for industry professionals that were attended by 506 people.The GreenWire post noted that possible alternate sites in the D.C. area include National Harbor in suburban Maryland, RFK Stadium in Washington, and the Montgomery County fairgrounds in Maryland. The DOE official directing the event, Richard King, said that a final decision is expected “in the next couple of weeks.”Understandably, many contestants are disappointed by the location shift. “Like many of the other teams, we’re a little bit concerned,” Johann Kyser, a junior at the University of Calgary and member of Team Canada, told GreenWire. “We’ve made a lot of arrangements based to the fact that it’s going to be on the National Mall.”In addition to designing and building its entry – a house of no more than 800 sq. ft. that will be judged in 10 contest categories – each team must manage its own fundraising program and handle the logistics of transporting, assembling, and disassembling its entry.Chip Dence, a member of the National Association of Home Builders who has served as a judge during past Solar Decathlons, added that he has sent a letter to the White House asking President Obama to reverse the DOE’s decision to move the event. “That’s kind of changing the rules in the middle of the game because these teams have already gotten a lot of sponsors who anticipated they were going to displaying their products on the mall,” Dence said. “With an administration where one of their number one priorities is clean energy technologies, it would seem the president should straighten out his boys at [the departments of Interior] and Energy.”last_img read more