A successful third outing of sportsmanship at 2024 Corporate Games

On the sunny Sunday of May 12th, Dove Stadium at Bishop Cipriano Kihangire was buzzed with energy as corporate companies from across the city converged for the highly anticipated Corporate Games 3rd outing. Amidst the festivities of Mother’s Day, professionals from various companies came together to showcase their prowess in soccer, netball, and tug of […] The post A successful third outing of sportsmanship at 2024 Corporate Games appeared first on Kawowo Sports.

A successful third outing of sportsmanship at 2024 Corporate Games
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On the sunny Sunday of May 12th, Dove Stadium at Bishop Cipriano Kihangire was buzzed with energy as corporate companies from across the city converged for the highly anticipated Corporate Games 3rd outing.

Amidst the festivities of Mother’s Day, professionals from various companies came together to showcase their prowess in soccer, netball, and tug of war, turning the day into a celebration of athleticism and teamwork.

As the morning sun cast its warm glow over the fields, the soccer pitches became a battleground where CEOs and Executive Directors traded their boardroom attire for jerseys and cleats.

Among the distinguished participants were the Executive Director of TMR International Hospital Daniel Talimwa and Denis Ngabirano, CEO of Lotteries and Gaming Review Board, leading their respective teams with determination and vigor.

Ian Rumanyika, chairperson of the Corporate Games with Denis Ngabirano (CEO of Lotteries and Gaming Review Board)

With each pass, shot, and goal, they embodied not only their competitive spirit but also the unity that transcends corporate boundaries.

On the adjacent court, the netball competition was in full swing, with players demonstrating agility, teamwork, and strategic prowess.

Among them, the Internal Audit Manager Caroline Papauko from Total Energies Uganda and the Deputy HR from St Francis Nsambya Hospital Harriet Nakyeyune showcased their skills, weaving through defenders and sinking shots with precision.

Despite the intensity of the games, laughter and camaraderie filled the air, fostering bonds that extended beyond the court.

Netball action during the third outing of the 2024 Corporate Games

However, it was the tug of war that truly tested the strength and resilience of the corporate teams.

With ropes clenched tightly in their hands, participants dug their heels into the ground, unleashing their collective power in a gripping display of determination.

Spectators cheered on their colleagues, their voices echoing across the field as teams battled for supremacy.

Excitement and networking during the 2024 Corporate Games third outing

Amidst the sporting spectacle, an atmosphere of collaboration and networking permeated the event.

Brands were prominently displayed, providing companies with an opportunity to showcase their products and services while fostering connections with potential partners and clients.

From interactive booths to engaging activities, the event served as a platform for professionals to exchange ideas, forge alliances, and strengthen business relationships.

As the day drew to a close and the final whistle echoed across the fields, it was evident that the Corporate Games Sports Event had achieved its goal of promoting teamwork, healthy competition, and corporate camaraderie.

Netball action at the 2024 Corporate Games

Participants departed with a sense of achievement, knowing that they had not only showcased their athletic abilities but also contributed to a day of unity and collaboration.

And as they reflected on the day’s events, they were reminded that true success is not measured solely by victories on the field but by the bonds built and connections made along the way.

The Corporate Games continues to serve as a platform for teamwork, leadership, and healthy life within the corporate community.

Looking ahead, the 4th outing which will take place on the 9th of June, 2024, with Soccer, basketball and sack racing slated as the featured disciplines.

Registration for Companies is still open via 0780170317 and corporategamesug@gmail.com

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