Playing off handicap 2, Nakalembe’s 76 nett was the best of the lot in the ladies Group A where Basiima (handicap 14) scored 77.
Kakeeto, 15, who plays off handicap 6, narrowly missed qualifying for the national team.
Kato is one of eight golfers under probation from the Uganda Professionals Golf Association.
Nakalembe has had a fairly good season
Hosts Entebbe has the biggest number of entries.
The nine-year-old, Daffodils Academy P.4 pupil now wishes government can support junior golf more.
Each country was represented by three golfers, with the best two scorers on each team contributing to the team total score in the three rounds.
Uganda started the opening day in fifth place in the event that has attracted golfers from 18 countries.
The winner of the Uganda Professionals Open will pocket sh41m.
Norah Mbabazi is the only Ugandan that has ever excelled individually when Uganda hosted the event in 2000.
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