Vipers SC club president, Doctor Lawrence Mulindwa has challenged his side to show the same belief and hunger they exhibited when winning the Pilsner Super 8 Cup they won after beating KCCA FC 2-0 at Wankulukuku stadium on Sunday.

Dr. Mulindwa was delighted with the team’s victory and thanked them for the spirit, teamwork and determination but cautioned them not to get too comfortable.

“I would like to commend you for the effort and congratulate you upon winning the trophy. This is a very good way to end the pre-season however the bigger fight starts soon and let’s not get complacent.”

Vipers SC Club President, Dr. Lawrence Mulindwa

“I think this should be the trend going into the league; work harder, stay focused and play as a team to win always.”

Team captain Halid Lwaliwa receives a token of appreciation from the club president on behalf of the team.

Prior to Dr. Mulindwa’s speech, the assistant coach Richard Wasswa thanked his boss and later his charges for the spirited performance.

“On behalf of the technical team, we would like to thank you for investing and trusting us to do this job. We want to also commend the boys for exhibiting character and the will to win. We hope to continue this way through the season.” said Wasswa.

Assistant Coach Richard Wasswa presents Dr. Mulindwa with one of the medals the team won.

Wasswa further went on to congratulate St Mary’s Secondary School – Kitende (SMASK) upon winning the East Africa Secondary schools netball and football titles in Arusha, Tanzania.

SMASK which is a conveyer belt for Vipers sports club has already promoted youngsters; Karim Watambala, Ahmed Amayo, Jacob Okao, Najib Iga and Denis Kiggundu to the club mainstream this season.

Vipers kick start their 2019/20 football campaign with a brief trip to Wankulukuku on Friday for an encounter against Bright Stars in the Star Times Uganda Premier League.