Welcome to our continuation yet final part of the tag centre news direct from Uganda in Queen Elizabeth National Park.
Having all enjoyed the last two days of commitment and hard work, several teams of both coaches and pupils from different schools had to compete in the aim to have the trophy for the mini tounament.
Having gained both skill expertise from a day’s training, teams from schools tried their best for one item ( trophy) with all teachers and the our visitors from Tag Rugby Trust officiating.
On the third day afternoon, several gifts were given out to all the participants and most interesting was that the guest of honour who was the headteacher of the host school who also received a special recognition. The best player among boys was from Kafuro Primary Sschool and among girls was from Kyambura Primary school, both of whom were also rewarded.
Yowasi Byaruhanga who is our coordinator of the Twinning Project in Uganda volunteered to organise all the activities and ensured smooth running of this successful training.
All the presenting schools had certificates of participation and all qualifying coaches and media agents were rewarded respectively.
Finally the guest of honour was rewarded bearing in mind that all the speeches had ended including appreciations from the trainers to the organiser Mr. Byaruhanga and the teachers plus members of the community for the cooperation during training and recommended extension of the skills acquired. The guest of honour was requested to give our the greatest trophy to the winning team. The winning team was from St.Johns Mixed Primary School. This was one of the schools that has always volunteered to get involved in most of the activities organised in the district.
The second school was Kafuro Primary school.
And then Kyambura.
Every body was very happy for the training and all process. The village team was also recognised. Transportation of pupils and teachers plus other community members followed. Most interested the centre was successfully set and all schools had equipment given to them for training and also some left at the centre for training and also borrowing.
Looking forward to the second tournament as all the schools and all community members are very much interested in the new game.
Thanks to the Twinning Projects for the recommendation
Thanks to the schools for the spirit of sending teachers and thanks to the community and the District sports chairperson for being present. Great thanks to the hosting school for the love and welcoming the centre. And thanks everyone for all kinds of support.