Kawempe Muslim Secondary School women football club has written history as the first club to win two consecutive national league titles.
The positive development followed a nail biting 4-2 penalty triumph after an action packed goal-less ninety minutes of an exciting final played at Nakivubo Stadium in the heart of the Ugandan capital, Kampala.
Kawempe Muslim S.S team inspection led by the FUFA President, Eng. Moses Magogo accompanied by VP Darius Mugoye, Executive members Chris Kalibala, Agnes Mugena, 1978 Uganda Cranes goalkeeper Paul Ssali and other officials at Nakivubo Stadium
The two sides missed a couple of chances that would have swung the result in their respective favour.
In the shoot out, skipper Sandra Nabweteeme, Hasifa Nassuna, Joan Nakirya and Yudaya Nakayenze scored for the reigning champions.
Halima Kembabazi and Zaina Mukalya scored for She Corporates.
The FUFA President, Eng. Moses Magogo accompanied by VP Darius Mugoye, Executive members Chris Kalibala and Agnes Mugena awarded the exceling individual personalities with glittering awards and medals.
This was the second edition of the FUFA Women Elite league, also won by Kawempe Muslim Secondary school last year.
Most Valuable Player: Hasfa Nassuna (Kawempe Muslim S.S)
Best Goalkeeper: Fatuma Matovu (She Corporates)
Fair-play: Olila Football Club (Soroti)
Top Scorer: Sandra Nabweteeme (Kawempe Muslim S.S) – 23 Goals
FUFA Presidential Award: Hajji Bruhan Mugerwa -Headmaster Kawempe Muslim SS
Media (Radio): Diane Peace Bagaala (Star f.m)
Media (Print): Steven Mayamba (Bukedde/New Vision)