The call is for local clubs to evaluate their performances and give better results going into the second round of the National Ludo Super League competition. According to the league organizing committee, this evaluation meeting by clubs, the players, and administrators will come up with a much better and colorful National Super League, 2022.
All the twelve (12) participating clubs in the super league have been engaged in an assessment meeting last Sunday 5th June, 2022 at YMCA Wandegeya. The meeting ran on the agenda of making a review of round one (1) for the super league, then plan much better for round two (2). Super league 2022 round two (2) is set to start late June, after an interval of three weeks.
The super league round one this year started on Sunday 27th March, 2022 and ended on Sunday 29th May. Nansana Galaxy are on top of table with 22 points with Masaka Giants in the second position on 19 points. On the Score sheet, round one produced very big individual players’ performances as top scorers. Kisansa Kireka’s Ndaula John Bosco leads the top scorers log with 34 goals, Karamagi Moses of Ntinda United came second on 31 goals before Kasujja Frank from Busega on 30 goals
Ndaula John Bosco (Kisansa Kireka)-34 goals
Karamagi Moses (Ntinda United)-31 goals
Kasujja Frank (Busega)-30 goals
Yiga John (Busega)-28 goals
Kyambadde Bashir (Buloba A)-27 goals
Ssebandeke Lawrence (Nakawa Market)-27 goals
Ssenabulya Jamil (Nakawa Market)- 27 goals
Kato Charles (Masaka Giants)-26 goals
Mutebi Arthur (Nansana Galaxy)-25 goals
Munyangabi Simon (Masaka Giants)-20 goals
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