Classy Bellafina Takes On Talented Baffert Pair As Eight Distaffers Go Six Furlongs In Sunday’s Grade III, $100,000 Desert StormerARCADIA, Calif. (May 14, 2020)–Although well beaten on April 25, three-time Grade I winner Bellafina heads a group of eight fillies and mares going six furlongs in Sunday’s Grade III, $100,000 Desert Stormer Stakes at Santa Anita.Fourth, beaten 10 lengths after breaking slowly as the 7-5 favorite in an ungraded six furlong stakes at Oaklawn Park, trainer Simon Callaghan’s Bellafina, a winner of the Grade I Del Mar Debutante and Grade I Chandelier Stakes at two and of last year’s Grade I Santa Anita Oaks, will be reunited with Flavien Prat, who last rode her to a close second place finish three starts back in the Grade I Breeders’ Cup Filly & Mare Sprint.Bob Baffert will be playing a solid two-card hand in the Desert Stormer, as he’ll send out stakes winning Mother Mother and talented comebacker Fighting Mad.BELLAFINAOwner: Kaleem Shah, Inc., Mrs. John Magnier & Derrick SmithTrainer: Simon CallaghanAway slowly and sixth early in a field of eight in her most recent start April 25 at Oaklawn, Bellafina’s last win came seven starts back in the Grade I Santa Anita Oaks on April 6, 2019. Second as the 3-5 favorite in the Grade I La Brea Stakes two starts back on Dec. 26, Bellafina, a 4-year-old filly by Quality Road, has been favored in 10 out of her 14 starts, winning six of them and amassing earnings of $1,452,975. With four wins and two seconds from six starts at Santa Anita, Bellafina will hope to break sharply and run well over a course she adores.MOTHER MOTHEROwner: Gainesway Stable, Old Bones Racing Stable, LLC, Barry Lipman & Mark MathiesenTrainer: Bob BaffertMost recently second going seven furlongs in the Grade II Santa Monica Stakes on Feb. 15, she was a handy 1 ¼ length winner of the ungraded Kalookan Queen Stakes two starts back on Jan. 12 at odds of 2-5. A first out, 6 ½ length winner of her only start going six furlongs in July, 2018 at Del Mar, Mother Mother has sprinted in nine out of her 11 career starts, with two of her three wins coming around one turn. A three-time Grade I stakes placed 4-year-old filly by Pioneerof the Nile, Mother Mother will be seeking her first graded stakes win on Sunday and will be ridden for the first time by Mike Smith.FIGHTING MADOwner: Gary & Mary WestTrainer: Bob BaffertAlthough she’ll be cast as “The other Baffert,” Fighting Mad looms a very dangerous commodity off the bench. Idle since a stirring eight length, gate to wire triumph in the Grade III Torrey Pines Stakes going one mile at Del Mar Aug. 17, Fighting Mad was a gutty nose winner of her 5 ½ furlong debut in August, 2018 and she followed that up with a solid one length allowance win off a nine month absence in taking a six furlong allowance at Churchill Downs on April 30, 2019. Now faced with a similar nine month layoff, this 4-year-old filly by New Year’s Day has trained well for her comeback and will get the services of Drayden Van Dyke.THE GRADE III DESERT STORMER STAKES WITH JOCKEYS & WEIGHTS IN POST POSITION ORDERRace 8 of 10 Approximate post time 4 p.m. PTFighting Mad–Drayden Van Dyke–126First Star–Jose Valdivia, Jr.–122Mother Mother–Mike Smith–124Amuse–Jorge Velez–122Bellafina–Flavien Prat–126Artistic Diva–Victor Espinoza–124Tomlin–Abel Cedillo–124Hang a Star–Umberto Rispoli–122First post time for a 10-race card on Sunday is at 12:30 p.m. With no public admitted, wagering is available through 1stBet.com and at XpressBet.com. For additional information, please visit santaanita.com or call (626) 574-RACE.
Call of Real Madrid:Goalkeepers: Courtois, Areola and Toni Fuidias.Defenses: Carvajal, Militao, Ramos, Varane, Marcelo and Mendy.Midfielders: Kroos, Modric, Casemiro, Valverde and Isco.Strikers: Benzema, Bale, Lucas Vázquez, Mariano and Vinicius.Barcelona tries to empty his infirmaryMeanwhile, the team led by Quique Setién will be presented at the Bernabéu with three outstanding casualties: Sergi Roberto, Ousmane Dembélé and Luis Suárez. The first one could return during the next fifteen days, but the French and Uruguayan will miss the rest of the season. eleven twenty 7 The other man who will miss the match due to injury is Marco Asensio, seriously injured in preseason. The Balearic, in fact, has complicated even to reappear this course, although it focuses its efforts on a daily basis to contradict that forecast. Rodrygo Goes was kicked out last week in the match he played with Real Madrid Castilla against San Sebastían de los Reyes. They remain outside the call by technical decision Nacho, James Rodríguez, Jovic and Brahim. The Real Madrid and the FC Barcelona are measured in the star duel of the 26th day. The team of Zinedine Zidane arrives on a critical stretch of the season: accumulate three games without knowing defeat. He drew against Celta and has fallen against Levante in LaLiga and Manchester City in the Champions League. He lost his status as leader in the leaderboard and will seek to recover the first place before his most direct rival.For its part, Barcelona attends the meeting on a good run in LaLiga. Since their defeat against Valencia, Quique Setién’s team has added four victories in the domestic competition scoring 12 goals. In the European competition the Blaugrana team tied against Naples in the first leg of the round of 16.Madrid, with only three casualtiesThe white team will face the Classic in the Santiago Bernabéu with only two casualties for injury and one for penalty. Eden Hazard was injured against Levante in the last league engagement and suffered a fissure in the right distal fibula. In addition to missing the match against Barça, the Belgian will be out at least two months. 9 The great novelty of the Cantabrian list is the inclusion of Jordi Alba, what He was discharged in the last hours. This same season the side had a muscular relapse in the biceps femoris of the left leg, for wanting to precipitate his return. Gerard Piqué He is fully recovered from his sprained ankle and will travel to Madrid.Call of FC Barcelona:Goalkeepers: ter Stegen and NetoDefenses: Semedo, Piqué, Lenglet, Jordi Alba, Umtiti and JuniorMidfielders: Rakitic, Sergio Busquets, Arthur, De Jong and Arturo VidalStrikers: Messi, Griezmann, Braithwaite, Collado and Ansu Fati.
CASTRIES, St Lucia: Digicel and the National Basketball Association (NBA) announced yesterday that the Digicel NBA Jumpstart Basketball Clinics will return to the Caribbean for the second consecutive year. The clinics, which tipped off in Bermuda yesterday, has brought together more than 500 boys, local coaches and for the first time girls, from nine Caribbean countries. At the conclusion of the clinics, the top seven players in each market will be selected to attend the Digicel NBA Jumpstart Elite Camp in the British Virgin Islands, running from October 7 – 9. The clinics, which are run by NBA International Basketball Operations staff and focus on player development, will feature the top boys and girls born 1999-2001 from Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Bermuda, the British Virgin Islands, Dominica, Grenada, Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago and the Turks and Caicos Islands. The program will once again feature coaching development opportunities for local coaches who participate in the Jumpstart clinics in each country.Assistant NBA coaches Steven Silas (Charlotte Hornets), Matt Brase (Houston Rockets), Bob MacKinnon (Dallas Mavericks), Jim Moran (Portland Trailblazers), Tom Bialaszewski (Los Angeles Lakers) and Lloyd Pierce (Philadelphia 76ers) will be on hand to provide instruction at the camps. “It is truly encouraging to watch these kids develop their talents to reach their full potential,” said Digicel Group marketing director, Peter Lloyd. “Our partnership with the NBA is helping to make a big difference in our communities and we are committed to developing and preserving sports across the region through grassroots programmes like Jumpstart,” he added. Arnon de Mello, NBA Latin America vice president and managing director, said: “We are proud to partner with Digicel to bring grassroots basketball development to hundreds of young Caribbean players for the second straight year. “As a leading operator in the Caribbean and a strategic NBA partner, Digicel shares our commitment to growing basketball in the region and teaching the values of the game, including teamwork, respect and leadership.” Last year, Digicel NBA Jumpstart Basketball Clinics brought together more than 300 of the top male players ages 16 and under from across the Caribbean. The top eight players from the Elite Camp visited NBA headquarters in New York City and attended an NBA game in Brooklyn, where they watched Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors take on the Brooklyn Nets. Location Programme Dates Bermuda Aug. 26-28 British Virgin Islands Sept. 2-4 Grenada Sept. 2-4 Barbados Sept. 9-11 Turks and Caicos Islands Sept. 9-11 Antigua and Barbuda Sept. 16-18 Jamaica Sept. 16-18 Dominica Sept. 23-25 Trinidad and Tobago Sept. 23-25 British Virgin Islands – Elite Camp Oct. 7-9
Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ In the other matches, Alexa Bliss retained her Raw Women’s Championship after yanking Mickie James to the turnbuckle before connecting with her DDT.Enzo Amore also became a two-time WWE Cruiserweight Champion as he outsmarted Kalisto, distracting the referee as he went on and poked the champ in the eye and hit the JawdonZo.Asuka made her triumphant debut in the main roster as she dominated Emma, ending the match with her Asuka Lock.Cedric Alexander and Rich Swann also topped The Brian Kendrick and Gentleman Jack Gallagher in a tag team match pitting fierce cruiserweight rivals after Alexander nailed Kendrick with the Lumbar Check.Jason Jordan beat Elias with a small package after interrupting his musical performance for the third time in the night.In the kickoff show, Sasha Banks continued to get the number of Alicia Fox as she scored a submission win via her Bank Statement.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Kiefer Ravena impresses in PBA Draft Combine Kiss-and-tell matinee idol’s conquests: True stories or tall tales? It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene Jo Koy: My brain always wants to think funny That gave The Shield the edge they needed as Angle came back and delivered a pair of Angle Slams to Cesaro and Sheamus, before the trio finished off the Intercontinental Champion with a King’s Landing from Rollins, a Dirty Deeds from Ambrose, an Angle Slam, and to cap things off, an Olympic Shield bomb as Angle celebrated his in-ring return.Reigns wasn’t the only one who was taken out of the pay-per-view due to viral infection, as Bray Wyatt has also been pulled off the show.That left “The Demon” Finn Balor without an opponent, before SmackDown Live’s AJ Styles stepped up to the plate in a WrestleMania-worthy duel.The clash delivered, as the former Japanese standouts put on a classic that ended when Styles missed his springboard 450 splash, giving Balor the chance to nail the shotgun dropkick to the corner and set the stage for his Coup de Grace.After the match, both showed tremendous respect for each other and did the “Too Sweet” to the delight of the crowd.ADVERTISEMENT Raw General Manager Kurt Angle marked his triumphant in-ring return as he joined forces with Raw Tag Team Champions Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose at WWE TLC. Photo by WWE.com.Oh, it’s true. It’s damn true.Kurt Angle returned to action in a WWE ring for the first time in 11 years as he teamed up with Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose and came out on top in the 5-on-3 tables, ladders, and chairs match in the main event of WWE TLC Monday (Manila time) in Minneapolis.ADVERTISEMENT Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set MOST READ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson LATEST STORIES The Raw General Manager dusted off his wrestling boots once again as he stepped up to the plate after the newly-reformed The Shield lost Roman Reigns due to viral infection.And as always, the Olympic Hero showed that he still got it, unleashing his repertoire to help the trio gain the victory over the team of The Miz, Sheamus and Cesaro, Braun Strowman, and Kane.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSFederer blasts lack of communication on Australian Open smogIt was a wild match from the get-go that saw the heel team gain advantage. That was until Kane accidentally swung a steel chair on to Strowman, which threw the Monster Among Men off the rails as he shoved the Big Red Machine to the ground. The other three tried to pacify the situation, but Kane later on attacked Strowman as the former chokeslammed him through the stage and buried him in a pile of steel chair.Enraged, Strowman got back on his feet and attacked his teammates, but the foursome was just too much as they put the behemoth inside a garbage truck as The Miz motioned for the driver to leave the arena. View comments
The Education Ministry hosted a town hall-style meeting in the community of Mabaruma, Region One (Barima-Waini) on Tuesday so as to continue its journey towards ensuring equity across the education sector.The meeting was held at the Mabaruma Learning Resources Centre, and a number of parents from various villages gathered to gain insight into the Education Ministry’s agenda for improving the quality of education in Guyana.Present at the gathering was the Coordinator of the National Parent-Teachers Association (PTA), Nadia Hollingsworth, who stated that several studies revealed that exceptional results were obtained when there was cooperation and collaboration on education. As such, she reiterated that it was important for parents to be more active in their children’s educational development.“Without the parents’ involvement, the education process will have a disconnect and will hinder process,” the Coordinator explained.Hollingsworth later explained that although billions of dollars were being spent by the Ministry, the results were not so promising. She emphasised that the PTA should involve the parents too and not only the teachers, adding that it was the parent’s duty to ensure that their children benefit from a proper education.Education Minister Nicolette Henry has been advocating a vision for closer relationships between the Ministry, parents and teachers to maximise the full potential of children.
– even as country awaits rulings from Caribbean Court of JusticeThe Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) is forging ahead with preparations to conduct house-to-house registration which is expected to commence by the end of June.GECOM PRO Yolanda WardGECOM’s Public Relations Officer (PRO), Yolanda Ward, in a telephone interview with Guyana Times, explained that the Commission is not reneging on executing this initiative that is seen as absolutely necessary.“The exercise will commence sometime later this month. I do not have a definitive date as yet. The Commission is deliberating on a day to start the process.”In relation to the process being “halted” a few days ago, she explained that this delay did not necessarily mean that GECOM would have put aside the house-to-house registration process.“I think what had initially happened was that the anticipated timeline to commence the field exercise was scheduled for June 1 (2019). That was what we were looking at tentatively. So, that did not happen but house-to-house registration is still on, just that it will start at a later time than anticipated,” Ward stated.According to Ward, the process is expected to last for an average of three months.However, the elections body is standing firm by its belief that the exercise is mandatory before the next General and Regional Elections are held.The issue was first raised by Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo at a recent press conference.Last week, after the statutory meeting, Government-nominated Commissioner Charles Corbin had disclosed that there were some procurement issues at the election Secretariat which by extension will delay the process.Nevertheless, Ward had previously told Guyana Times that the training of staff required for the exercise has been completed and they are now in the process of tidying up placements.Although GECOM is forging ahead with house-to-house registration, the country awaits a ruling from the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) on the December 2018 passage of the Opposition’s No-Confidence Motion.The Trinidad-based regional court is currently deliberating on several appeals which are asking it to overturn the Guyana Court of Appeal’s March ruling which invalidated the passage of the motion of no-confidence against the coalition Government.The CCJ is being asked to throw out the Appeal Court’s ruling and uphold the High Court’s January decision that the motion was validly passed and as such, Government should resign and call elections.In May, the CCJ panel heard submissions from the parties and is expected to hand down its decision sometime this month.According to the Opposition Leader, there are concerns brewing over the length of time the CCJ is taking to deliver its decision, especially since it was critical of the sloth with which the matter was dealt with here in Guyana.Nevertheless, he posited that while they await that ruling, the staff at the Elections Commission should be cautious.Meanwhile, the house-to-house registration exercise is being held amidst contention between the two sides of political Commissioners at GECOM.The Opposition-nominated Commissioners had held out that there was no need for house-to-house registration when the old voters’ list could have been vetted and updated through a “Claims and Objections” period.In fact, a similar view was recently shared by GECOM’s legal officer, Excellence Dazzell. She submitted a legal opinion, contending that house-to-house registration is not necessary and advised that another less time-consuming process be utilised in accordance with the law to update the list. But the lawyer’s advice was set aside by GECOM.
Paul Novak, an Antonovich aide, said delays are to be expected when a school is tied to a developer. “Even if SunCal had all the approvals for NorthLake, there is no guaranteed schedule of how quickly they can proceed,” Novak said. “In this regard, the opening of this high school is entirely dependent on how quickly the developer proceeds, which is dependent on construction costs, interest rates, and the health of the local economy.” Antonovich recently suggested another site, a portion of 450 acres on what’s called the Castaic Mesa, owned by The Newhall Land and Farming Company. Novak said the site is not meant to derail the district’s work on the NorthLake site but is a way of ensuring options are available. But Hart’s chief operations officer Rob Gapper said Antonovich made the offer public without consulting the district, which sees problems including its proximity to the county jail in Castaic and to a water treatment plant. “We are in the process of looking at that site and we will continue to investigate it,” Gapper said. “But there are some concerns we already have.” Gapper, who is in charge of construction for the district, said that in his short review of the site he’s also noted limited access and geology and environmental concerns. The site requires approval of the state Department of Education, which has stringent guidelines for school locations. Land purchased in the Hasley/Sloan canyon area by the district’s nonprofit Santa Clarita Valley Facilities Foundation also has drawbacks if reconsidered. Gapper said the district recently completed a timeline for the Hasley/Sloan site that estimated it would take four to five years to get ready. Designs would be done concurrently, but the district would need to invest an additional $2 million – already spent on designing Castaic High on the NorthLake site – for designs for the Hasley/Sloan site. Meanwhile, the environmental impact report for NorthLake was completed this month. If there is no opposition, the development could go before the county in April for review. The Hart District has said a construction-ready pad in March 2008 would allow Castaic High to remain on schedule. Hart Superintendent Jaime Castellanos said the district remains focused on the NorthLake property, having invested time and effort. “Right now we are moving straight forward with SunCal developers on the NorthLake site,” Castellanos said. Facing a possible $125 million deficit, Hart won’t consider other properties unless the money is available. For Gastaldo, a mother of two boys in sixth and seventh grades, the issue is not where the school is built, but when. “It’s about getting something built as soon as possible,” she said. “The delays that we’ve encountered, no matter whose fault they are, are unacceptable.” email@example.com (661) 257-5254 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! CASTAIC – The issue of where Castaic students will attend high school for the next four years was settled last week, but Castaic families still have one question: Where’s our school? The Hart Union High School District has three pieces of land available for the long-awaited Castaic campus, now priced at $175 million. The No. 1 choice is dependent on a large residential development that is planned; a second site is a semirural area already owned by the district and opposed by some community members; a third site was suggested by county Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich – without any input from the district. As the pros and cons are weighed for each site, patience in the community is growing thin. “I am frustrated with the lack of monitoring regarding a school site,” said Castaic resident Lisa Gastaldo. “We take one step forward and two steps back.” The Castaic saga started almost five years ago when Hart district officials realized the fast-paced growth mandated a Castaic high school. The area’s hilly landscape made the process of finding a site difficult and community opposition to certain sites – even one eventually purchased by the district’s nonprofit foundation – further delayed the project. In 2003, developer SunCal offered 60 acres on the NorthLake site for use as a high school, and all parties seemed pleased. The district would waive developer fees and SunCal would deliver the district a construction-ready site. But design and environmental issues have delayed the school further and resulted in its newest projected opening date of fall 2010. Now a slump in the housing markets adds a question: Will the land be available with or without the rest of the development?
“Don’t take risks while driving that will endanger yourself or others,” Chief Officer, Neil Dubord said. “Police will be out in full force across the province this long weekend targeting high-risk driving behaviours so that our roads stay safe for everyone.”ICBC says many drivers consider these behaviours harmless but they actually contribute to almost half of all reported crashes resulting in injuries or death. Each year, two people are killed and 490 injured throughout B.C during the May long weekend.ICBC advise drivers to check the road and weather condition before heading out.- Advertisement -“Our highways will be much busier over the long weekend as people head out of town on weekend getaways,” Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure, Todd Stone said. “Before leaving on your trip, check drivebc.ca for road and weather conditions so you and your family get to your destination safely.ICBC says drivers should also get a check-up on their vehicle to ensure it’s ready for the long drive, watch out for motorcycles, cyclists and pedestrians and keep a safe distance between vehicles on the roads.“Always plan your trip and be very aware, especially at this time of year,” RCMP Cpl. Jodi Shelkie said. “More people are coming out on motorcycles, cycles and kids are playing outside.”Advertisement
A man who was found in possession of cannabis has been handed a three-month suspended sentence. Kieran Sweeney, 23, with an address at 88 Lawnsdale, Ballybofey appeared at a sitting of Letterkenny District Court yesterday morning. The court heard in March, 2015 – Garda found the defendant in possession of cannabis and a hand grinder.They subsequently arrested Mr Sweeney and charged him under the misuse of drugs act.Gardaí told the court that the defendant was very co-operative and accepted responsibility for his actions.Solicitor for the defendant Kieran Dillon told the court, “My client is 23 years old, and is currently unemployed.“He’s had a difficult upbringing and had differences with his father growing up – he left school when he was fifteen and got a job in painting and decorating.“In his teenage years, he became slightly depressed and started to self-medicate – at this point he started sampling and taking head shop products which escalated the situation.“His relationship recently broke up, and he has a young son who he supports.“He was in a bad place at the time of the incident and wants an opportunity to reform.“Fatherhood has given him a new perspective on life and he really wants to turn his life around.“He believes there may be an opportunity to gain an employment with his brother-in-law who runs a farm.“He regrets the incident and really does want an opportunity to turn his life around and reform.The court also heard he had previous convictions related to drugs.Judge James Faughan, handed down a three-month sentence which he suspended for two years.He ordered to defendant not to re-offend and be on good behaviour – and believed he was genuine in wanting to turn his life around.MAN FOUND IN POSSESSION OF CANNABIS GIVEN THREE-MONTH SUSPENDED SENTENCE was last modified: January 21st, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:BallybofeycannabiscourtsdrugsKieran SweeneynewsSentenceThree-Month
Gomba defeated Kabula 2-1 on day threeAirtel-Masaza Cup 2018:Match Day 3 Results:Group A:-Kyadondo 0-1 Buwekula-Kabula 1-2 GombaGroup B:-Kooki 1-0 Bulemeezi-Buddu 1-1 SseseGroup C:-Bugerere 0-1 Kyaggwe-Mawogola 1-1 ButambalaGroup D:-Buvuma 0-1 Busujju-Mawokota 2-3 BuluuliDefending champions and record winners of the Airtel Masazza cup, Gomba recorded their second win of the tournament on match day three winning 2-1 away to Kabula at the Bakijulula play ground in Lyantonde.On the 3rd day of this tournament eight matches were played at their respective venues across Buganda kingdom.Buwekula overcame Kyadondo 1-0 at the Gayaza High School play ground in group A.Meanwhile, in group B, Kooki beat the 2011 champions Bulemeezi 1-0 at Lwanda while Buddu and Ssese played to a one all draw at Masaka Recreational stadium in Masaka.Kyaggwe won 1-0 away to Bugerere in group C as Mawogola and Butambala played to a one all draw in the same pool.Buvuma lost to the visitors Busujju 1-0 in group D and the second time it is winning in the campaign.In the same group, Buluuli defeated Mawokota 2-3 at the Mpigi play-grounds after defeating Buvuma 1-0 at the Migyera UMEA play ground in Nakasongola last week.Match day four will resume on Sunday, 15th July 2018 with another set of games lined up.Previous Winners:2017: Gomba2016: Budd2015: Singo2014: Gomba2013: Mawokota2012: Bulemeezi2011: Buluuli2010: Not Held2009: Gomba2008: Kyadondo2007: Mawokota2006: Kooki2005: Mawokota2004: GombaComments Tags: Airtel Masaza Cup 2018