St Lawrence beat Kampala City to win 5th consecutive title in 2024 beach soccer finale

St. Lawrence University’s beach soccer juggernaut Sunday showed no signs of slowing down on Sunday, as they successfully defended their title for the fifth consecutive time at the FUFA Technical Centre beach soccer arena.

The Saints defeated Kampala City 4-3 in the final to take their title tally to now six in total, five of which have come in the last five seasons consecutively.

Baker Lukooya’s brace and goals from Brian Nkuubi and Joshua Letti Lubwama sealed the deal for St. Lawrence. Lukooya’s quickfire double in the first period set the tone, with Nkuubi adding a third before the break.

Kampala City’s Paul Lule scored a brace in the second period, but Lubwama’s goal proved to be the match-winner. Ambrose Kigozi’s late strike for Kampala City was mere consolation.

St. Lawrence’s dominance was evident throughout the tournament, with a 5-1 semifinal win over Buganda Royal. Kampala City defeated Mutoola 6-4 to reach the final.

Mutoola took home the bronze medals, beating Buganda Royal 5-3, with Steven Nyalimo named MVP. Edward Kasibante of Buganda Royal was named best goalkeeper, while Davis Nono of St. Lawrence took home the best coach award. Paul Lule of Kampala City finished as top scorer with 47 goals.

The Saints’ impressive performance has cemented their position as a force to be reckoned with in Ugandan beach soccer.

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