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No Sharing Youth As FUBA Set To Release Final NBL Fixture

There will be no Sharing Youth in this year’s National Basketball League, The-SportsNation has exclusively learnt.

The Nsambya-based side is set to be dissolved ahead of takeover by Victoria University.

This will mark the first time in over eight years for the NBL to be played without Sharing Youth, a club that was formed in 1999.

Sharing Youth lost franchise player Caesar Kizito to seven time League champions City Oilers in the concluded transfer window.

They join Warriors as the other side to miss the coming season that is expected to tip off on April 17, 2021.

Two Women Clubs – UMU Ravens and A1 Challenge – pulled out earlier due to Covid19 effects.

The league will be played at KIU and UCU courts, per the first draft fixture.

The 10 NBL teams for 2021 Season – City Oilers, Betway Power, JKL Dolphins, UCU Canons, KIU Titans, Ndejje University, KCCA Panthers, Falcons, Nam Blazers, UPDF Tomahawks.

NBL Past Winners

1995 – Makerere
1996 – Power
1997 – Charging Rhino
1998 – Falcons
1999 – Falcons
2000 – Sadolin Power
2001 – Sky Jammers
2002 – Falcons
2003 – Falcons
2004 – Falcons
2005 – Nkumba Marines
2006 – Nkumba Marines
2007 – Falcons
2008 – Sadolin Power
2009 – Kyambogo Warriors
2010 – DMark Power
2011 – DMark Power
2012 – Kyambogo Warriors
2013 – City Oilers
2014 – City Oilers
2015 – City Oilers
2016 – City Oilers
2017 – City Oilers
2018 – City Oilers
2019 – City Oilers

Brian Kawalya

Brian Kawalya

Chief Sports Writer
Brian Kawalya is an Award winning Journalist, Director and Chief Sports Writer of The-SportsNation, covering top events and breaking some of the biggest stories.
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