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Tags: CAF Champions Leaguetop Ali Sabila will be one of the Ugandan referees on duty. (PHOTO/Courtsey)Several Ugandan referees have been handed duties ahead of the upcoming CAF Champions League 2019/2020.Africa’s ultimate football showpiece starts next weekend with 29 matches to be played in the preliminary round.Among the 29 games, three will see a host of Ugandan officials on duty.The match between Zanzibar champions KMKM Sc and Angola’s Club Desportivo 1 de Agosto which will be played on August 1oth at the Amaan Stadium, will be handled by Ali Sabila.Sabila will be assisted by Mark Ssonko and Isa Masembe as the first and second assistant referees respectively with Mashood Ssali the fourth official.William Oloya has been handed the task to officiate the clash between Fomboni Football Club de Moheli of Comoros and Seychelles’ COTE D’OR FC.The game that will be played at the Stade de Moroni will see Ronald Katenya and Dick Okello as the first and second assistant referees. Mashood Saali will once again be the fourth official.The other match between Atlabara FC of South Sudan and Egyptian giants Al Ahly which will be played at the Juba Stadium will be handled by Brian Miiro Nsubuga as the center referee.Miiro (left) will be in charge of Atlabara FC vs Al Ahly.Lee Okello and Musa Ngobi will be the first and second assistant referees respectively with Alex Muhabi the fourth official.Ugandan side KCCA FC will also be in action away to Namibian champions African Stars on the same weekend.Ugandan referees on duty-Match – KMKM SC (Zanzibar) Vs Club Desportivo 1 de Agosto (Angola)Tournament: CAF Champions League 2019/20Venue: Zanzibar City- Amaan Stadium – (Zanzibar)Date: 10th, August 2019Center Referee – Chelanget Ali SabilaAssistant Referee 1 – Mark SsonkoAssistant Referee 2 – Isa MasembeFourth Official – Mashood Ssali-Match – Fomboni Football Club de Moheli (Comoros) Vs COTE D’OR FC (Seychelles)Tournament: CAF Champions League 2019/20Venue: Moroni – Stade de Moroni (Comoros)Date: 11th, August 2019Center Referee – William OloyaAssistant Referee 1 – Ronald KatenyaAssistant Referee 2 – Dick OkelloFourth Official – Mashood Ssali-Match – Atlabara FC (South Sudan) Vs Al Ahly Sporting Club (Egypt)Tournament: CAF Champions League 2019/20Venue: Juba – Juba Stadium (South Sudan)Date: 11th, August 2019Center Referee – Brian Nsubuga MiiroAssistant Referee 1 – Lee OkelloAssistant Referee 2 – Balikoowa Musa NgobiFourth Official – Alex MuhabiComments
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Warm air is rushing in across Ohio today, coming up from the southwest. That warm air moving over the cold surface is triggering a lot of clouds and some dense fog this morning. In addition to the fog, some light snow can pop up over the far northern part of the state early this morning. Fog may give way to some spits, sprinkles or flurries in central and southern Ohio. We should be dry from noon or early afternoon forward as south/southwest winds continuing all day long. No change in our Saturday forecast. Rains sweep across the entire state on into the evening. Strong gusty winds will accompany the rain, and we still think there is decent potential for thunderstorms. Rain totals will be from half to 1.5” over 100% of the state. Scattered showers continue over at least 60% of the state on Sunday, bringing another few hundredths to .25” with about 60% coverage. Much colder air starts to blast into the state overnight Sunday night into Monday, and that will allow any lingering rain to end as some light snow, again mainly in the northern part of the state. The map at right shows potential precipitation totals through Sunday night. Lake effect snows can develop Monday and Tuesday in northern Indiana in areas close to Lake Erie. Accumulations are possible in the most typical lake effect snow areas. The rest of the state will be partly sunny, but cold. For Wednesday and Thursday, the entire state will be cloudy to partly sunny but still cold with below normal temps. Light precipitation returns Friday next week as we look for scattered light rain or light snow showers (snow to the north, better chances of light rain in the south. Then we get into a period that has some diverging forecast potential. One model brings significant rain changing to snow overnight Friday night through Saturday, another model says basically a little rain and that is it. We have been talking for some snow potential on Saturday out of this wave, and we are going to run with that forecast through this weekend and take another look on Monday. Right now, we will keep the potential for .25”-.75” of combined liquid equivalent moisture but may have to amend and restructure the forecast next Monday. We go back dry again for Sunday with bitter cold air potential. We are seeing signs of some single digit to near zero temps near sunrise Monday morning. We stay cold through Monday. From Tuesday of the week after next forward, we have a significant warm up coming. We will be above normal for temps Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. This warm air will bring rain from Thursday night the 14th into Friday the 14th. Then we have cold air returning quickly, with a chance of that rain moving back to snow before ending Saturday morning (15th). There can be some snow accumulations, and ahead of that, rain totals will be from .25”-.5”.
All 67 legislators of the Himachal Pradesh Vidhan Sabha, including Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh, Leader of the Opposition Prem Kumar Dhumal and Speaker Brij Bihari Lal Butail exercised their franchise in the presidential polls on Monday. The State has a 68-member Assembly but one seat is vacant following the death of Congress MLA Karan Singh.Independent membersSecretary of State Vidhan Sabha Sunder Lal Verma said that 35 Congress MLAs, 28 Bharatiya Janata Party MLAs and four Independent MLAs voted in the polls. Both the BJP and the Congress have claimed support of two Independent members each.Unicameral HouseIn the Unicameral House of the State, each MLA vote has a value of 51 votes and the State has four seats in the Lok Sabha — all occupied by the BJP. It also has three Rajya Sabha seats, one occupied by the BJP and the other two by the Congress. The Congress has a minor edge in the polls if no cross voting takes place.BJP meets GovernorRight after casting their votes, a delegation of the BJP met Governor Acharya Devvrat. Memo submittedThey submitted a memo urging him to dismiss the Virbhadra Singh-led government due to the “worsening law and order situation” in the State. Independent MLAs Balbir Verma and Manohar Dhiman, who recently joined the BJP, were part of the delegation.