\r\n\r\nBy Swalley Kenyi (New Vision) – Added 21st November 2016 03:05 PM\r\n\r\nNational Beach Soccer League \r\nHurriken Group\r\nMUBS 5 YMCA 4\r\nIUEA 7 Talented 9\r\nMuteesa I Royal 5 Nkumba Select 6
Monsoon Group\r\nSt Lawrence 6 KIU 4\r\nReal Galacticos 2 Stomers 1\r\nKayunga TC 0 Ms Sand Lions 3 \r\nKabalagala Rangers 6 Mengo Hospital 3\r\n\r\nSt. Lawrence University BSC (18points) continue to lead the Monsoon Group after they beat second placed KIU 6-4 to open up a six points’ gap.\r\n\r\nThe game between Talented BSC and IUEA BSC witnessed the biggest number of scores (16 goals) this season so far.\r\n\r\nTalented BSC’s Nigerian Nwachukwu Onyikachi netted four goals while John Ssekandi came with a hat-trick and Rufus Okolo with a brace to win.\r\n\r\nNkumba Select BSC forced their way to the top of the table with table leaders YMCA (12 points) after they won the National Beach Soccer League 6-5 against Muteesa I Royal University in Hurriken Group at Lido beach on Sunday. YMCA BSC remains top with a three goal difference.\r\n\r\nPlaying without senior players David Owor and Medy Kibirige, Nkumba physically struggled to win the game.\r\n\r\nExperienced Nkumba BSC team captain Roch Somoka took up the responsibility to score four of the goals, Emmanuel Wasswa added the other, then an own goal made it for them. Nkumba BSC is struggling to recover from the exodus of senior players.