He added that the League is also in line with the UN Sustainable Development Goal 3 regarding Good Health and Well-being.

By Innocent Atuganyira

NWOYA: TotalEnergies EP Uganda (TEPU) has resumed the annual Nwoya Football Mini-league following a brief halt due to COVID-19.

The league which comprises of 16 clubs selected from all the sub-counties in the district is being undertaken in partnership with Nwoya District Football Association and the Federation of Uganda Football Association (FUFA).

The tournament which kicked off with new formations to include a 30-club qualifier football gala organised by Nwoya District Football Association will see the winning team benefit from a TotalEnergies sponsorship to the fifth division of the 2023 FUFA league in line with the Company’s ambition to promote talent.

Speaking at the kick-off ceremony, Mr. Christopher Ocowun Public Relations Coordinator TotalEnergies EP Uganda revealed that the aim of this League is to promote both sportsmanship, talent search and development as part of the Company’s commitment to youth development under TotalEnergies pillars of Youth Inclusion & Education and Creating Value for Society.

He added that the League is also in line with the UN Sustainable Development Goal 3 regarding Good Health and Well-being.

“At TotalEnergies we have chosen to develop sports partnerships within our areas of operation to enhance community relations,’’ he added.


Ocowun also added that these events provide an opportunity for engagement with the public and evoke a spirit of togetherness and conviviality among us living and working within the community.

‘’Sports such as this which are widely appreciated by not only the Nwoya community but also the country provide a unique opportunity for professionalization and growth of the sport in the district and country, identification of talent as well as encouraging commitment from players and motivation for youth interested in it as a profession,” He noted.

TotalEnergies has also refurbished two football pitches at Anaka Primary School and Anaka Central School that will host the games to ensure safety and good sporting environment for the teams.

All the games will be played within Anaka Town Council under the management of FUFA referees and in adherence with FUFA rules and regulations.


Competition Awards

In addition to the overall prize for the winning team, additional prizes to include a bull, goats, medals, sports regalia and certificates will be given out to the First Runner-up and Second Runner-up teams, Most Disciplined Team Best player, Top scorer, Best Mid fielder, Best Defender, Best Goalkeeper and Man of the Match for all matches. All teams and individual players will also receive certificates.

The kick-off ceremony was attended by Emmanuel Orach Nwoya District LC5 chairperson, District and Anaka town council leaders, FUFA Officials, representatives from Petroleum Authority of Uganda, Uganda National Oil Company and CNOOC Uganda.

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