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Eminents, MUBS impress at 11th Kyambogo Open woodball championship

David GOMBE

The 11th edition of the Kyambogo Open Woodball Championship was successfully held on Saturday, 19th February at Kyambogo.

The event attracted participants from Ndejje Corporate, Ndejje University, Makerere University Business School, UNEB, Kyambogo University, Airforce SSS, Kampala International University, Eminents and Kisubi.

Kasibante Muhammad from Ndejje University won the men’s singles with 90 strokes whereas Bagalana Tawfik (MUBS) was second with 91 strokes.

Charity Nagaba managed 103 strokes to win the women singles event. Mary Namara and Jackie Naula finished second and third with 114 and 115 strokes respectively.

The top performers in every category

Women (Singles):

Charity Nagaba (MUBS A) – 51, 51 = 103
Mary Namara (MUBS A) – 57, 57 = 114
Jackie Naula (MUBS A) – 63, 52 = 115
Florence Mukoya (MUBS A) – 60, 58 = 118

Men (Seniors – Singles)

Kasibante Muhammad (Ndejje University)-90

Bagalana Tawfik (MUBS)-91

Isreal Muwanguzi (Eminents A) – 92 Strokes

Doubles Women

(Seniors):

Mary Namara & Charity Nagaba (MUBS) – 48
Nalukwago & Nabaggala (Ndejje Corporate) – 53
Kyomugisha & Nankya (Kyambogo University) – 57

Mixed Doubles:

Ssebugwawo and Naula (MUBS) – 46
Charles Ssensalo and Nasanga (Ndejje University) – 54
Kasibante and Akiror (Makerere University) – 57

Corporates:

Doubles (Men):

Makoha and Magarura (Ndejje Corporate) -23
Kalungi and Ochwo (Kisubi Corporate) – 28
Raymond Ssemata and Sekajugo (Kisubi Corporate) – 28

Doubles (Women):

Nanyonjo and Nakazzi (Kisubi) – 30
Amongin and Orone (UNEB) – 35
Ruth Nakazza and Natta (Ndejje Corporate) – 36

Mixed Doubles:

Ronald Kitosi and Rose Matovu (Ndejje Corporate) – 28
Jackson Masiga and Babirye (Kisubi Corporate) – 30
John Collins Ssemmanda and Nabukalu (Stroke) – 30

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