Site C construction schedule for Nov 9 to Nov 22

first_imgConstruction at the Site C dam recently hit the 100 day mark. Hydro has released the construction schedule for November 9 to November 22. See the full list provided by B.C. Hydro below.The following construction activities are scheduled to occur November 9 – November 22:The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure’s contractor for the public road improvements will complete their work for this construction season on 240 Road and 269 Road and will demobilize. Work will resume on public roads in spring 2016.The worker accommodation contractor will continue site preparation for the camp, including installation of utilities and other infrastructure. Modular units for the camp will be transported to the dam site.Clearing, excavation and road construction will continue on the north bank of the dam site.Excavation will continue in and around the Peace River as part of the construction of a road and the temporary Peace River construction bridge. Beginning in mid-November, pile driving will be used to construct the bridge structure and supports.Preparation work may begin for a temporary bridge across the Moberly River.Docks may be installed on both shores of the dam site.Quarry operations will continue in Wuthrich and West Pine quarries.Clearing and other work will continue on the south bank of the dam site around access roads and to prepare the area for construction of the temporary Peace River construction bridge. Construction and upgrades of the south bank access roads will continue.Work will occur on the south bank transmission lines to accommodate future construction.Road maintenance activities will continue on the south bank petroleum development roads.Installation of security gates, fences and guard buildings will occur at the dam site.Installation of a new 25 kV distribution line will occur along public roads on the north bank. During this period, some clearing will continue.Please note that all activities listed in this construction bulletin are based on the latest information in our construction plan and are subject to change.- Advertisement -What to ExpectWhile this work takes place, local area residents can expect the following:There will be additional truck traffic in the area as construction crews mobilize to the Site C dam site, the hauling of rock and timber continues, and as modular camp units are transported to site. This will include increased industrial traffic on the resource roads from Chetwynd leading to the construction site on the south bank of the dam site.While road improvements are made to 240 Road and 269 Road, and the contractor demobilizes, motorists can expect to encounter traffic control personnel, minor traffic delays and single-lane alternating traffic.Early morning and/or night shifts may be scheduled, in addition to shifts on the weekends.Some noise, vibration and dust will occur in the vicinity of the dam site and along public roads as a result of the scheduled construction activities, including pile driving. BC Hydro will monitor noise levels throughout the construction period to ensure they are within acceptable standards.Additional information about piling driving will be distributed to residents in the project area.Learn MoreAdvertisement Visit the project website: sitecproject.comlast_img read more

More history for Iceland, Serbia clinch World Cup spot

first_imgIt is the tiny northern European island nation’s second successive appearance at a major tournament after their shock win over England in a surprise run to the Euro 2016 quarter-finals.“I thought after Euro 2016 that the hardest thing would be to motivate ourselves again,” said Iceland coach Heimir Hallgrimsson. “The hardest thing was to get going again after our massive party in France.“And what’s more in a group contested between Croatia, Turkey, Ukraine and Finland.“The success is not an end in itself but a long journey towards a final destination.”Iceland’s players including forwards Johann Gudmundsson (L) and Alfred Finnbogason celebrate on October 9, 2017 © AFP / Haraldur GudjonssonIceland needed all three points to secure top spot in European qualifying Group I as Croatia, who sacked coach Ante Cacic last week, downed Ukraine 2-0 in Kiev in the fight to claim second place.Andrej Kramatic struck twice in the second half to send Croatia into next month’s play-offs as Zlatko Dalic took charge of his first match following the 1-1 draw with Finland that prompted the dismissal of Cacic.Aleksandar Prijovic scored after coming on as a second-half substitute to cement Serbia’s place in Russia, ending an eight-year major finals absence.Prijovic struck the winner on 74 minutes in Belgrade as Serbia finished top of Group D, with the Republic of Ireland heading to the play-offs after a 1-0 victory over Wales in Cardiff.– Childhood dream –“I think we deserved this, although it turned out that the last step was the most difficult one, but we succeeded,” coach Slavoljub Muslin said.Prijovic said the goal was the most important in his career.“It was a dream since (my) childhood to score an important goal for the state,” he said.Serbia’s players celebrate after winning the FIFA World Cup 2018 qualification football match against Georgia at the Rajko Mitic stadium in Belgrade on October 9, 2017 © AFP / ANDREJ ISAKOVICJames McClean broke Welsh hearts with a thunderous 57th-minute strike to keep Irish dreams alive as they leapfrogged their opponents, without the injured Gareth Bale, into second place.Ireland remain on course for a first World Cup finals appearance since 2002, as surprise Euro 2016 semi-finalists Wales saw their dream of a first trip to the tournament since 1958 turn to dust.“The players were magnificent playing away from home at a very good Welsh side. To win on their territory was a great result for us,” Ireland manager Martin O’Neill told Sky Sports.“We are in the play-offs. Whenever the draw is made we will take our chance.”Wales manager Chris Coleman admitted the consequences of a first competitive home defeat in four years were tough to digest.“My players have given everything but it wasn’t enough in the end to get over the line,” he said. “It will hurt for a bit but you learn from defeat and we will learn from tonight.”Asier Illarramendi netted the only goal in Jerusalem as Spain completed their successful qualifying campaign with a 1-0 win over Israel, while Antonio Candreva grabbed a second-half winner for Italy in a 1-0 victory away to Albania in Group G.Italy will be the top seeds for the November play-offs, the draw for which is made in Zurich on October 17.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Iceland’s forward Johann Gudmundsson (L) celebrates scoring with his team-mates Birkir Bjarnason (C) and Gylfi Sigurdsson on October 9, 2017 © AFP / Haraldur GudjonssonPARIS, France, Oct 10 – Iceland qualified for the World Cup for the first time after beating Kosovo 2-0 on Monday, while Serbia clinched a spot at next year’s finals with a 1-0 win over Georgia.Everton midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson and Johann Gudmundsson scored in Reykjavik as Iceland, with a population of just 330,000, became the smallest country to advance to the World Cup finals.last_img read more

Woman sought for ripping off retirement home residents in Glendale, Pasadena

first_imgGLENDALE – Police have identified today a woman sought for allegedly stealing from residents of retirement homes in Glendale and Pasadena while posing as a hospital employee. Mary Susan Reese, 48, of Inglewood, used the name Isabel Jones or Isabel Smith when she committed a theft on Oct. 8 at the Glen-Park Retirement Facility, officer John Balian said. “The suspect, who was wearing a long white robe, approached a resident pretending to be an employee of the Glendale Memorial Hospital,” he said. “After the suspect left, the elderly victim discovered her wallet was missing.” The victim’s bank card later was used at the Glendale Galleria, Balian said. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREPettersson scores another winner, Canucks beat Kings “Investigation has revealed that the suspect has been committing the same crime at other retirement facilities in Pasadena and Glendale,” the officer said. The suspect was described as a “heavyset” black woman who is 5 feet 4 inches tall, Balian said. Anyone knowing her whereabouts was urged to call police at (818) 548- 3101 or the Crime Stoppers hotline, (818) 507-STOP.last_img read more


first_imgA 24 year old skateboarder is to kick-off a fundraising trip tomorrow which will take him the length of the country starting in Malin Head.Edward Downey hopes the fundraising campaign will help provide a skateboarding park for Kilkenny.In the first step of many, Ed is embarking on a journey from the northmost tip of Ireland  at Malin Head to its most southerly point at Mizen Head. Starting tomorrow (THURS), Ed is aiming to longboard 412 miles in 7 days; breaking the existing record of 11 days.The website recording the event, details and progress is This is an incredible challenge which will require outstanding physical and mental perseverance. Although the challenge is colossal, the effort will all be in vain if support cannot be rallied in his and the cause’s favour.Kilkenny is the most populous city/town in Ireland without a skatepark.Members of the skating community of Kilkenny struggle to obtain, let alone attain an area in which to practice their skills. Two groups, Urban Sports Kilkenny and Kilkenny360 were founded in recent years to support local skateboarders, rollerbladers and bmx-ers who have been campaigning for a skatepark facility for several years (extending into decades). Successive Kilkenny County Councils have voiced their support for the cause but have reneged on promises to deliver a skatepark. Recently, the aforementioned groups have taken matters into their own hands and need your support to make this dream of many a reality. MAN TO SKATEBOARD THE LENGTH OF IRELAND STARTING IN DONEGAL! was last modified: September 19th, 2012 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Edward DowneyMalin Headskateboard parklast_img read more

County’s biggest union in leadership quandary

first_img Durazo, the widow of labor chief Miguel Contreras, who spent a decade building the political influence of the County Federation before his sudden death last May, has strong loyalties within much of the union movement. With the threatened breakaway and lack of a solidarity agreement, some members of the County Fed executive board were believed to want a successor with more time to devote to local issues and little chance of leaving the umbrella union. Ultimately, analysts said the naming of a successor will be pivotal to future success of Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, who had long relied on Ludlow as a close ally in union issues. Jaime Regalado, director of the Pat Brown Institute at California State University, Los Angeles, said while he believes Ludlow had unique talents in organizing and encouraging people on issues, the greatest impact might be for Villaraigosa. “The mayor was counting on Ludlow as the one person he needed to cover for him with the unions as the mayor deals with other issues,” Regalado said. “The takeover of the school district, for one. Ludlow was able to give him support there. It might be more difficult to get someone to cover the mayor’s flanks on an issue like that. And, the unions need someone who will hold the house of labor together in Los Angeles.” Ludlow has long been a close ally of Villaraigosa – the mayor has variously compared their relationship to that of brothers or father and son – as well as having strong ties throughout the labor movement. Prior to his City Council election, Ludlow had worked for Villaraigosa and also as political director for the County Fed. So far, experts say the loss of Ludlow is a blow to the union but that the years of work by Contreras will help sustain the movement. Los Angeles long has been cited as an example of how traditional unions – building trades, painters and carpenters – have been able to work with newer union members, many from the service industries and government. Contreras was widely credited with bringing that unity together and Ludlow was seen as having the ability to keep the coalition together. Still, by not making an immediate decision on a successor, Regalado said it leaves the union in a quandary. “You have part of the labor movement who will wonder if they have a voice in the Mayor’s Office and others who are more concerned about the impact on their unions and their members,” Regalado said. “It is a drama that will be played out for all of us.” Jack Kyser, chief economist of the Los Angeles Economic Development Corp., said the situation puts the union in an awkward position. “The loss of Martin Ludlow is the loss of someone who grew up in the labor movement and understood it. … It will be a difficult time for anyone who comes in to take control with various contracts coming up for approval and with the year’s elections.” Parke Skelton, who managed Villaraigosa’s mayoral campaign, said he doesn’t believe the impact of Ludlow’s resignation will be long-lasting. “Labor in Los Angeles is bigger than just one person. What Miguel built will not easily be torn down or destroyed with one setback. Martin was there for less than a year and the strength of the union is in its past and will continue.” Rick Orlov, (213) 978-0390 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECasino Insider: Here’s a look at San Manuel’s new high limit rooms, Asian restaurant The deadlock comes just days after Martin Ludlow resigned as head of one of the most powerful labor locals in the nation amid a federal criminal investigation into union campaign contributions during his 2003 City Council race. Ludlow reportedly is negotiating a plea bargain that involves heavy fines, restitution and a ban on serving in public office or a union leadership role. The abrupt resignation marked the second top-level change for the powerful union in less than a year and comes at a crucial time as national unions are facing a Wednesday deadline to sign solidarity agreements that would allow dissenting unions to work together. That breakaway has not affected – so far – groups such as the County Federation, through which the various unions have joined forces for years on political issues. But experts said the issue – in which hotel and restaurant workers, under their UNITE Here union, and members of the various Service Employees International Union locals voted to pull out of the AFL-CIO and form their own organization – might have led to Thursday’s deadlock. The perceived front-runner for the interim job was Maria Elena Durazo, head of UNITE Here in Los Angeles and a national vice president of the organization that is developing plans for a nationwide strike. Signaling potential divisions in the county’s biggest labor union just two days after its top leader resigned, officials emerged from a more than two-hour, closed-door session Thursday saying they had deadlocked over naming a successor. In a terse statement, Rick Icaza, president of the County Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO, said the union’s 32-member executive board was unable to agree on an interim secretary-treasurer to represent the union’s 600,000 workers across the county. “The process is governed by democratic principles and our discussions are continuing,” Icaza said. “It is not appropriate to discuss the details of the deliberations in public.” Icaza, who also is president of United Food and Commercial Workers, Local 770, took no questions and said the board would meet again in a week to try to resolve the issue. last_img read more


first_imgFEATURES: A group of cyclists who have raised over €100,000 for the last six years – have completed their latest fundraising drive on Sunday evening. Members of the Around Donegal Cycle Group embarked on a three-day cycle which was organised to help raise money for Little Angels Special Needs School in Letterkenny.The group thanked all who supported them during the cycle and to those that donated money towards their fundraising initiative for Little Angels. The group will present this year’s total to the Principal of Little Angels at Maggies Tavern Carrickmore St Johnston on Saturday July 9th.The group would also like to thank everyone who helped in any way with this years event.AROUND DONEGAL GROUP COMPLETE THREE-DAY CYCLE IN AID OF LITTLE ANGELS was last modified: June 9th, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:charityCYCLINGFeaturesnewslast_img read more


first_img****Congratulations***On behalf of all at Cloughaneely GAA club we would like to congratulate former club member Charlie McGeever who managed Clonmel Commercials, Tipperary, to an historic and dramatic win in the Munster Club Champsionship Final at the weekend. This is the 1st time a Tipperary team has secured the title and we are proud that one of our own was a fundamental part of this achievement! Comhghairdeas libh uilig! ****Minor Board Presentation Night****The Minor Board presentation night will take place on Friday December 11th at 7:00 PM in Loch Altan.***Minor Board AGM***The Minor Board AGM will take place on Sunday, December 13th, in the clubhouse at 6:00 PM.****100 Club Winners****Congratulations to the following 100 Club WinnersSeptember: €500 – Peadar Curran; €100 – Michael Geaney, Anne Mullaney, Marie McClafferty, Danny Kearney, Ciara Doohan.October: €500 – Brian Cannon; €100 –Laura Gallagher, Ryan Quinn, Joe Gallagher Teish, Margaret Mulhern, Hugh McCready.****Quiz Night****Next Quiz night is this Friday, December 4th, in the Shamrock at 9:30 pm! ****U-6/U-8/U-10 Indoor Football****Indoor football continues this Friday, Dec 4th.U-6’s from 6:00-7:00 pm; U-8’s from 7:00 – 8:00 pm; U-10’s from 8:00-9:00 pm.****U-12 Indoor football****U-12 Indoor football takes place Monday evenings from 6:00 pm!****Club Gym/DMG Fitness****Looking for that perfect Christmas gift?! How about purchasing Gym Membership or class vouchers for the new year for that special person! You can order by private messaging on DMG Fitness facebook page, or call 086-1009467CLOUGHANEELY EXPRESS DELIGHT FOR FORMER PLAYER CHARLIE MCGEEVER was last modified: November 30th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:GAASportlast_img read more

Gareth Southgate insists England are still a work in progress

first_imgGareth Southgate is unsure whether England have time to become genuine Euro 2020 challengers but pledged to “keep faith” with his principles after Spain delivered an uncomfortable reality check.The Three Lions injected hope, excitement and enthusiasm into the nation over the summer, with recent tournament failings made up for in a run to the World Cup semi-finals. possible standings Southgate’s side were given a reality check against Spain Those weeks in Russia will live long in the memory, but even during the tournament Southgate regularly warned about the work still needed – and Saturday was a stark illustration of that.Spain may have bowed out in the World Cup last-16 but showed the benefits of a long-established identity and kind of creativity sorely lacking in England’s midfield.The 2-1 Wembley defeat was an inauspicious start to the Nations League and underlined the distance that needs making up to the world’s best. Every Championship club’s best signing of the decade, including Taarabt and Dack Southgate insists England are not yet the finished article Best clips, calls and talkSPORT moments of 2019, feat Hearn, McCoist and more Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? MONEY LATEST FOOTBALL NEWS RANKED 2 REVEALED “But I think we have got to keep faith in the way we’re trying to play, otherwise we go back to what we did historically and there’s no way I believe we’ll ever be a top team if we do that.“So, we are going to be brave enough to stick to our principles, and just get better at what we’re doing and identify how we improve.“But that is not going to be an easy task because you can see the level of the top teams.“I said right across the summer, we’re under no illusions about that but also we’re prepared for that challenge.” impact silverware Forbes list reveals how much Mayweather, Ronaldo and Messi earned this decade How the Premier League table could change after the Boxing Day fixtures Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade 2 smart causal England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won Every current Premier League club’s best kit from the past decade Asked if England can close the gap before the next European Championships, Southgate said: “Very difficult to say.“I think we’ve got some players who can and have shown tonight they can perform at that level, and there’s some that are still a work in progress.“We have got 19 matches, it’s not very long, but, in my opinion, we have got the best group of players in the country here.“We have got some others who might come back from injury and maybe coming through from the junior ranks. highlights last_img read more

Chiquita landfill expansion sought

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 “We want to prevent premature closure to Chiquita. … We want to continue to provide environmentally sound and cost-effective waste disposal for the people in the community and the valley. … This will help postpone the anticipated shortage of cost-effective, in-county disposal capacity,” he said. The county Department of Regional Planning completed an initial application study in July and is preparing an environmental impact report, which could take at least a year, Dean said. But some residents of Val Verde, an unincorporated community of 1,500 people northeast of the dump, believe the expansion would compound their woes. They blame the landfill for a foul odor hanging in their neighborhood, which they have reported to health and air-quality regulators. Despite two nuisance citations from the South Coast Air Quality Management District, landfill officials deny the dump is the source. “Even right now, it’s hard for me to breathe,” said Natalie Tate, a 16-year Val Verde resident. “We’re completely against any more expansion that would cause us any more odor damage and any odor that’s not acceptable.” Bernie Torres, who believes the odor has led to breathing problems, said he is considering moving after 11 years in his home. “I’m entertaining the thought of selling,” he said. “You don’t just live next to a landfill. You live next to a troubled landfill. Even when it (cools) down, the sun still cooks the trash.” When county approval was given in 1996 for the dump to expand from roughly 160 acres to the current 257 acres, the Val Verde Civic Association struck a deal to avoid costly litigation: The association would receive $250,000 a year from the owner – currently Republic Services Inc. – with a 2 percent annual increase. The group, which has used the money to fund scholarships, parks and youth programs, expected roughly $6.8 million over 20 years. But early closure would reduce that. The expansion would include what planners are calling an “East Canyon” extension, northeast of the main canyon landfill, and a smaller “South Footprint” extension near the landfill’s office along state Highway 126. The environmental report’s scope foresees future developments, such as a 21,000-home subdivision at Newhall Ranch, south of Highway 126 and west of Interstate 5. It also calls for evaluating “optimization” of the landfill – with analysis of potential impacts of higher daily volumes and higher maximum elevation, up from 1,430 feet to 1,540 feet. “It’s really a way to frame maximum impact, which is not what we asked for in the application,” Dean said. The civic association president, Jim Stephens, said the group holds no position on the expansion plan, but he expects a contentious debate. “We know that, based on what happened last time, there are an X number of people who’ll say no; (they) don’t want this landfill expansion whatsoever,” he said. “There are others who’ll say: ‘It’s a done deal; let’s talk.’ “This is just the first shot. This will continue to be a big issue in this town.” The civic association will hold a community meeting on the proposed Chiquita Canyon Landfill expansion at 7 p.m. Oct. 13 at the Val Verde County Park clubhouse, 30300 Arlington St. Eugene Tong, (661) 257-5253 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! VAL VERDE – Owners of the Chiquita Canyon Landfill have proposed a 98-acre expansion to meet the region’s waste disposal needs, and some area residents who have complained of odors from the dump are fearing the worst. Within a 592-acre site, the area used for waste disposal would expand from the current 257 acres to a total of 355 acres under a proposed revision of the landfill master plan. The owners also are seeking a permit allowing on-site treatment of wastewater and solids – sewage – prohibited under the current conditional-use permit from county government. Chiquita Canyon General Manager Michael Dean said Monday the 6,000-tons-per-day landfill still has room to grow, though under current limits it could reach capacity as early as 2013, about six years sooner than some previous estimates. Also expected to close the same year is Puente Hills Landfill, the county’s largest waste disposal site, which takes in some 13,200 tons of trash a day, Dean said. last_img read more

Wakiso overcome Tooro United in penalties to storm Uganda Cup quarters

first_img Tags: stanbic uganda cupTooro unitedtopWakiso Giants Wakiso’s Karim Ndugwa (left) fights for the ball with Tooro’s Musa Mukasa on Friday (Photos by Wakiso Media)Stanbic Uganda Cup – Round of 16Wakiso Giants 0 (4) – 0 (2) Tooro United Bugembe Stadium, JinjaFriday, 15-02-2019BUGEMBE – Wakiso Giants defeated Tooro United 4-2 on penalties to reach the Stanbic Uganda Cup quarter finals.After a barren 90 minutes, the Big League Money-Bags converted all their four spots while Tooro missed twice.Both sides started slowly with most of the possession concentrated in the midfield.The first notable chance of the game came on 15 minutes with Tooro’s Godfrey Lwesibawa blasting over after turning swiftly in the Wakiso area.On 21 minutes, Steven Omvia tried his luck from distance but his effort was saved comfortably by Ivan Mutumba in the Wakiso goal. Moments later Lwesibawa sent in a cross from the left but was tipped over by Mutumba.Tooro were asking all the questions at this stage and Captain Willy Kavuma squandered the best chance of the first half, blasting over from close range after the home side failed to deal with Lwesibawa’s long throw in.At the other end, Yasin Mugume tried his luck from distance but his effort was dealt with comfortably by Tooro goalkeeper Joel Mutakubwa.Five minutes to the break, Hakim Ssenkumba was booked for tagging back Musa Mukasa as the right back tried to kick-start a counter.At halftime, neither side would find the break through with the scores deadlocked at 0-0.A minute into the second half, Steven Bengo beat two Tooro players down the right but his left footed shot went wide and over.With six minutes of the second half played, Tooro made the first substitution of the game with Willy Kavuma replaced by John Byamukama.Moments later, Tooro’s Lwesibawa was shown a yellow card for decent after a foul was called against his side.Wakiso also made a substitution of their own with Adul Karim Kasule replacing Mugume.On 63 minutes, Kasule was booked for a nasty foul on Tooro left-back Issa Mubiru, becoming the third player to go into the referee’s book.With a break through not looking like coming anytime soon, the home side made two two quick-fire changes which saw Kiwewa and Ivan Ntege replace Bengo and Duff Lubobi respectively.On 71 minutes, Tooro Allan Kayiwa failed to pounce onto a loose ball in the Wakiso area, scrapping the ball wide from close range following Lwesibawa’s corner.Tooro missed to chances in succession, first Lwesibawa shooting over from just inside the area and then Lumu heading wide off a free-kick from the right.With 6 minutes to play, Ndugwa had a speculative effort fly agonizingly wide after he was teed up by Ntege, 25 yeards from goal.On 88 minutes, Mahad Yaya unleashed a ferocious strike from distance which rattled the cross bar with Mutumba clearly beaten. Omvia could not pounce on the rebound as he was instantly flagged offside.Tooro brought on Baker Buyala to replace Omvia straight after.With the game headed to penalties, Tooro introduced Joshua Kalisa in place of Musa Mukasa in their final change.During penalties, Tooro missed twice as Mubiru’s effort was saved while Byamukama struck the cross bar. For Wakiso, they converted all their spots.Victory sees Wakiso reach the semi finals of the competition on the first time of asking.Comments last_img read more