Uganda Premier League outfit KCCA has promoted exciting youngster Elvis Mwanje from it’s junior team to the senior ranks.
Mwanje who also featured for the national U-17 team The Cubs, joined KCCA two years ago while studying at Masaka Secondary School.
He was part of the Uganda Cubs team that won the CECAFA U-17 championship in Kigali, Rwanda late last year.
The highly rated teenager is the latest player to graduate from the KCCA junior team and the first one under new manager Morley Byekwaso.
He made his debut with the KCCA senior team last year in Masindi as KCCA beat Dove FC in the Stanbic Uganda Cup at the Katusabe grounds.
He has been training with the senior team and was part of the recently concluded team camp held at the FUFA Technical Center in Njeru last week.
He joins a list of players who have rolled off the KCCA Junior Team conveyor belt like Allan Okello, Julius Poloto, Mustafa Kizza, Sadat Anaku, Joseph Kizza Bukenya, Musa Ramathan among others.
KCCA FC has so far unveiled Yasser Mugerwa, Geoffrey Wasswa, Emmanuel Wasswa, Brian Majwega, Usama Arafat, Brian Kayanja, Derrick Ochan, Innocent Wafula and Rodgers Mato.
The Morley Byekwaso coached side has also offloaded Filbert Obenchan, Keziron Kizito, Moses Kalanzi, Samuel Kato, Hassan Matovu and Moses Aliro.