IHoops, leading basketball academy, has started a one week camp in Entebbe.
The camp tipped off on Monday April 11 and will go on until Good Friday (April 15) at Entebbe Junior School.
The move is intended to give kids in Entebbe a platform to to be champions on and off the court in their different aspirations in Life.
Academy Manager Vicky Ntale told The-SportsNation that the registration is Sh150,000, a fee that comes with an IHoops camp branded kit.
“We decided to partner with Entebbe Junior School to conduct a one-week holiday camp for these basketball enthusiasts,” noted Ntale.
The camp will be conducted by the Ihoops Directors Jimmy Enabu and Ben Komakech who both double as Silverbacks and City Oilers guards.
Ntale added: “Our main mission is to reach out to as many children/youths in the country and regional-wide through the sport of basketball as a vehicle of communication and talent search.”
Its strong to note that the IHoops registered a team in the FUBA Men’s Division II that got underway over the weekend.