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Oyee overtakes Ssebugwawo in Orange MUG Golf Series
Publish Date: Jun 23, 2014
Oyee overtakes Ssebugwawo in Orange MUG Golf Series
Retired judge Vincent Katutsi (L) presents the overall winners mug to Ronnie Kasirye who topped the Orange/Castle Lite Mug of Mugs tournament at Entebbe Club, June 22 2014.
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By Michael Nsubuga

Patrick Oyee takes over overall leadership of the Entebbe Club Orange Mug of Mugs series after previous leader Moses Ssebugwawo got a hitch during the second quarter Orange/Castle Lite mug of mugs tournament on Saturday.

According to the club professional Dickson Lagoro, Oyee who was in second position with 392 points going into the weekend action, will take over leadership from Ssebugwawo after the weekend results are computed in the Congu best of series championship.

Oyee (HC 12) returned 79 nett to displace Ssebugwawo who didn’t score any points over the weekend.

But it was Ronnie Kasirye’s 69 nett that took the day when he beat over 80 men to the top prize in the second quarter mug of mugs.

Group A was taken by Edward Golooba (79 nett) who beat Mike Odur (81 nett c/b) and Tonny Kisadha (81 nett) to the top prize.

Robbins Muhairwe carded 75 nett to claim the group B with Kevin Ninyesiga (77 nett c/b) and Phillip Walera (77nett) finishing as first and second runners up respectively.

Nelson Mukuriah (69 nett), Hillary Ndungutse (70 nett), and Paul Ojambo (71 nett) were the top three players in Group C.

The ladies category was won by Nancy Muraya (69 nett) who beat Jayne Thomas (71 nett) to the top prize.

Monthly mug series overall leaderboard (Top 5)

1-Patrick Oyee 392pts
2-Moses Ssebugwawo 387
3-Oscar Kihiika 415
4-Denis Kahindi 292
5-Elly Mukasa 306
Ladies
1-Jayne Thomas 373
2-Nancy Muraya 321
3-Kwon Hannah 147
4-Diana Nabukenya 149
5-Maxmillia Byenkya 160
 
Overall winner: Ronnie Kasirye 69 nett

Group A: Edward Golooba 79 nett
1st runner up: Mike Odur 81 nett
2nd runner up: Tony Kisadha 81 nett
Group B: Robbins Muhairwe 75 nett
1st runner up: Kevin Ninyesiga 77 nett
2nd runner up: Phillip Walera 77 nett
Group C: Nelson Mukuriah 69 nett
1st runner up: Hillary Ndungutse 70 nett
2nd runner up: Paul Ojambo 71 nett
Ladies winner: Nancy Muraya 69 nett
Runner up: Jayne Thomas 71 nett

Monthly mug series overall leaderboard (Top 5)
1-Patrick Oyee 392pts
2-Moses Ssebugwawo 387
3-Oscar Kihiika 415
4-Denis Kahindi 292
5-Elly Mukasa 306

Ladies
1-Jayne Thomas 373
2-Nancy Muraya 321
3-Kwon Hannah 147
4-Diana Nabukenya 149
5-Maxmillia Byenkya 160

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