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Scarp Yard Pool Club claim first league titlePublish Date: Dec 09, 2013
Scarp Yard Pool Club claim first league title
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By Samson Opus

Scrap yard 16 Nakawa 4
Kyadalu 12 Takers  8
Nakawa 14 Rock Catalina 6

Scarp Yard Pool Club claimed their first league title after walloping Nakawa Pool Rangers 16-4 Saturday.The rout gave the Kisenyi-based club an unassailable lead with 76 points-15 points from Takers (61) and Game City (59).

Wasswa Kayiya, Salim Akankwasa, Ivan Kanyesije, Ronald Kizito and Charles Segawa were the key architects the huge win for Scrap Yard.

“I am extremely happy to see my team win this year's top flight league title. We have good players and have always been hopeful of lifting more trophies especially after emerging Club’s Knockout Champions last season. We are happy with our players and we intend to keep them in the team next season to enable us claim more glory" team captain Ali Ssebaana.

In the relegation battle Kyadalu ,Nakawa and Capital Night have to play in the last remaining fixtures this weekend to confirm their fate. Kupa and Cassablanca have already been relegated to the Pilsner Pool League One.

"As league managers, we have witnessed a lot of surprises this season. Favourites like Skinsamona that has four top seeds finished fourth. We could not imagine this when the season was started.

“This season surely presents a learning curve to all clubs – a testimony that the stiff competition has now caught up with the former untouchable giants of the sport. At PAU, we encourage all clubs to not only believe in their players but also grow and better their skills” remarked Pool Association of Uganda official Mawanda.


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