The second edition of the All Africa Ultimate Club Championships ended last weekend at Rosslyn Academy in Nairobi, Kenya heralded the beginning of Frisbee sports in the whole continent. Kenya was represented by Kisumu Frisbee Club and Nairobi Ultimate, South Africa also had two representatives; UCT Tigers and Ghost Ultimate.

Uganda was the most represented country in terms of team entries, three teams in total: Magum Opus, Impala and Entebbe Ultimate.

Kisumu Frisbee Club
Kisumu Black Fish Ultimate Team Members

In the last leg of preliminary games, the Kisumu Frisbee Club faced off with two South African teams ( UCT and Ghost Ultimate). However, they lost narrowly to the two Cape Town teams.

  • Ghost Ultimate vs Kisumu Frisbee Club >> 11:7
  • UCT Tigers vs Kisumu Frisbee Club >> 11:8

This meant that they now had to play for third place, which they also lost narrowly to Impala Ultimate from Uganda. The match ended 9:8 to the Ugandans advantage.

Earlier matches saw KFC post really positive results against their nairobi and other countries opponents.

Day 1

  • Kisumu vs Nairobi >> 10:3
  • Kisumu vs Impala >> 7:8

Day 2

  • Kisumu vs Africa United >> 13:5
  • Kisumu vs Cairo Ultimate >> 11:6
  • Kisumu Frisebee Club vs Daresalam >> 14:4

Other countries that also took part in the championship were Tanzania and Egypt.

If you live in Kisumu and would like to join this fast growing team and sport activity in Africa, you can find the club training at the Jomo Kenyatta Sportsground every Tuesday and Thursday from 5pm.

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