Sprite Ballers 3×3 Finals
-Girls: Buddo S.S 19-5 Seeta High
-Boys: Seeta High 12-13 Watoto Hoops
The 2018 Sprite Ballers Schools Tour under the ‘Fast Track’ program concluded over the weekend with the finals played at Kampala International University in Kansanga.
Buddo Secondary School claimed the Girl’s gong while Watoto did likewise in the Boy’s category on Saturday night, both defeating Seeta High School (Main) in both sections.
Budo defeated Seeta High 19-5 to take home the girls’ trophy while Watoto edged Seeta High 13-12 under the flood lights.
To reach the finals Buddo overcame St. Noa 11-6 while Seeta High out-muscled Watoto Sparks 13-8.
In the boys’ category, Seeta High beat-up on Cranes High 13-11 in the semifinals while Watoto defeated St. Joseph’s Vocational School (JOVOC) Mbarara 9-4.
This edition of ‘Sprite Ballers’ was aimed at choosing the finest 3×3 players in the country U-18 by the Federation of Uganda Basketball Associations (FUBA) with help from the Federation of International Basketball Associations (FIBA) under the Fast Track program.
The program centered at 50 schools across the country.
Selected Pool of Players:
1. Aziida Nalayunga ( St Noah Girrls)
2. Toskin Thelma (Nabisunsa Girls)
3. Denise Tekitendwa (St Mary’s Kitende)
4. Prosper Anyine ( Watoto)
5. Lydia Mbabazi (Watoto Sch)
6. Shakira Nanvubya (Buddo S S)
7. Shalom Mwanguzi (Exodus)
8. Agatha Kamwada (Seeta Main)
9. Namwenge Berna (Buddo S S)
10. Grant Generous (Watoto)
11. Shadia Mbwali
12. Firdaus Namuleme
13. Isooto Alice
14. Moreen Nankumbi
1. Arnold Kisekka (Crane High)
2. George Okello (Vienna International)
3. Larry Kimambo (Kisasi Sec Sch)
4. Rodgers Duana (Kisasi Sec Sch)
5. Rajab Mpiima (Kibuli Sec )
6. Fayeed Baale
7. Jackson Kalubya (Kisasi Sec)
8. Raymond Iraima (Kisasi Sec)
9. John Teeko (Kisasi Sec sch)
10. Kevin Kasobya (Crane High)
11. Justin Evan Odoch