Benjamin Neldin and Gerald Egaku scored the two goals for Kitende in the first half of the game played at Pece stadium this morning. The tournament that officially started today has attracted 60 competitors.
But Kitende tactician Joseph Kasana told our reporters that despite the win registered, the game was slow paced and boring. He says the below par performance was a result of yesterdays travel to Gulu which left the players worn out.
Meanwhile the Jinja college team captain Engole Innocent said his team lacked confidence and thought Kitende was a better contender.
The school teams will compete under the FIFA world cup format of 8 groups and the top 2 in each group will qualify for round of 16 knockout stage