Tipp ladies score resounding victory

first_imgThey’ve picked up their first win of the Division 3 season in emphatic fashion against Fermanagh.Tipp defeated the Ulster county 6-14 to 0-1 in Bansha.The Premier County led 2-7 to 0-1 at the break.last_img

Uganda’s Lawrence Ndugga on hunt for greener pastures

first_img Tags: Bul FCHighlands Park FCLawrence Ndugga Ndugga (left) during his brief stint in Cyprus (Photo by Agency)JOHANNESBURG – Uganda’s U-23 midfielder, Lawrence Ndugga has traveled to South Africa seeking greener pastures.The former BUL FC player is understood to have departed for Johannesburg based side, Highlands Park Football Club where he will undergo trials.Nduga has been featuring in the Botswana Premier League with Shooting Stars FC for the last two years after joining them from Nkwazi FC of Zambia.At shooting stars in Botswana, Ndugga has registered 5 goals and 8 assists in the two seasons he has been there.He has previously played for Kira young, Bright stars FC and BUL FC in the Startimes Premier League, Uganda. He also had a semiprofessional stint with Cyprus Club, Mormenekse F.C during the 2016/17 season which did not last long.Upon arrival in South Africa, Ndugga was optimistic about passing the trials at Highlands Park FC;“All i s well since i arrived here at Modderfontein Park, above all have already adjusted to the weather here. I just pray i pass through these trials.” Said Ndugga in a Facebook post.In case the trials become a success, Ndugga will join other Ugandans in the South Africa top tier including Dennis Onyango ( Mamelodi Sundowns),  Geoffrey Walusimbi (Kaizer Chiefs) and Allan Kateregga( Cape town city).Highlands Park currently sit 12th on the Premier Soccer League (PSL) 16 team log.Comments last_img read more

Don’t Look Back Now!

first_imgWith two sensational political conventions over, the campaign has begun in earnest. Despite the call for a new politics and the rhetoric of change from both sides, this is going to be the usual campaign. There will be insinuations and allegations and negative ads and attacks. What is different this time, though, is that this will be a historic campaign, because the racists and the sexists will be put to test. And they know it.We will either have a Black/mixed race man in the White House or a White woman in the Number One Observatory Circle, the Vice President’s Residence. Americans ought to be proud of this. And the voters even more!We just finished a primary in which a woman ran for the highest office and she did it for the most part, by downplaying her gender identity. She wanted to rise above it, bringing it up when absolutely necessary. Now we have a woman candidate for the Vice Presidency who is feminine in the classical sense of popular culture, calls herself a lipstick wearing pit bull and is not ashamed to cook one meal a day or have kids after the age of 40.It seems like we defeated Hillary Clinton and now we have a chance to embrace Sarah Palin. Either way, someone is trying to test us.We now have Republicans praising every quality of their woman as a virtue and attacking Barack Obama for not choosing a woman as his running mate. Suddenly, they have become champions of women!  Would they know if irony hit them in the face!And Democrats find themselves in an equally strange position. They have to now attack what could be virtues in a woman; balancing family life and career, independence of mind and faith, reconciling the lipstick attractiveness with strong ambition and power. Instead, they are attacking beehive hairdos and the gun totting attractiveness of a woman.September 7, 2008 Related Itemslast_img read more