Basketball: Ihoops Basketball Weekend Program resumes

The seventh Edition of the Ihoops Basketball camp was concluded in the month of January which saw the camp attract a total of 195 kids in total for the Weekly holiday camp.

Due to constant demands from parents to engage their kids in the game of Basketball, Ihoops has officially re launched their weekend programs which kick off this weekend 6th April 2019 at Silver Springs Hotel Basketball Court.

Getting from the right source

Two of the current entertaining basketball players in the country, Jimmy Enabu and Ben Komakech have vowed to move a step forward to continue to pass on basketball and life skills to young stars to help them improve on their skill development.

We want these kids to attain basic skills earlier so that we have quality players to replace them says Ben Komakech and Jimmy Enabu who both play for City Oil Basketball Club and the National team and double up as the directors at Ihoops Basketball Academy.

Moulding future stars

We have noticed that the kids do not gain enough during our holiday camps so we decided to have weekend programs to help the kids improve and equip more baskeball skills at a young age as well as attracting many to the sport says Project Manager Ntale Vicky.

The Weekend program attracts both players from International schools and the local schools in Uganda.

Registration fee(20,000)

Time: 10.30am to 1pm.

Venue: Silver springs Hotel, Bugolobi Basketball Court.

The annual Ihoops Basketball Academy holiday camps are slated for 13th May to 17th May 2019 at the Lugogo Indoor Stadium.

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