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Kisembo, Ntege to Kenya Day golf

By Michael Nsubuga

Added 15th December 2015 03:03 PM

Gloria Mbaguta was a double winner topping the ladies Group A with 36 points on top of winning the longest drive competition

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Isaac Kisembo and Monica Ntege pose with their trophies after the Kenya Day tournament at Kitante. PHOTO: Silvano Kibuuka

Gloria Mbaguta was a double winner topping the ladies Group A with 36 points on top of winning the longest drive competition

 

Isaac Kisembo and Monica Ntege returned 38 and 36 stable ford points respectively to beat a strong field of golfers to the top prizes in the 6th edition of the Kenya Day Golf tournament at Kitante on Friday.

Kenyan High Commissioner to Uganda Geoffrey Okanga presented the two overall winners their prizes after the one-day event that also had Gerald Kabuye (37 c/b pts) and Solomon Kego (37pts) as the best in group A.

The tightly contested annual tournament had Ibra Bagalana beat Moses Ssebugwawo (36pts) on count-back in Group B, while Jerry Owachi (37pts) and Daniel Opwonya came top in the men's Group C.

Gloria Mbaguta was a double winner topping the ladies Group A with 36 points on top of winning the longest drive competition.

Irene Nakalembe (33pts) was runner up while Ruth Ssali (31pts and Annette Kiconco (28pts) where the best in Group B.

Liu Ming Shu (32pts) and Stella Asiimwe (30pts) also made podium finishes in the ladies Group C.    

On Saturday Monica Ntege and Li Ming Shu were back on the podium having topped the ladies competition in the Stanlib tournament.

Ntege was again overall winner with 38 points while Liu Ming Shu topped Group C of the ladies.

But it was Andrew Muhwezi who carried the day having returned 43 stable ford points in the inaugural Stanlib contest that attracted 160 golfers.

Hassan Kiyemba, Morris Ashaba and Gerald Kabuye were the best in Group A with 41, 40 and 39 stableford points respectively with David Nambale, Sam Byaruhanga and Patrick Kagurusi emerging top in Group B.

Robert Ntege (40pts), Yosia Musisi (38pts) and Jerry Owach (37pts) alongside Flavia Namakula. Katy Kabenge and Rose Azuba also had a share on the prizes.

Stanlin Golf Results

Overall winner: 
Andrew Muhwezi 43pts

Group A


Hassan Kiyemba 41pts

Morris Ashaba 40

Gerald Kabuye 39

Group B

David Nambale 39c/b

Sam Byaruhanga 39

Patrick Kagurusi 37

Group C

Robert Ntege 40pts

Yosia Musisi 38

Jerry Owach 37

Ladies 

Overall winner: Monica Ntege 38pts

Group A

Flavia Namakula 37

Katy Kabenge 36

Rose Azuba 32

Group B

Aidha Khamis 36

Ruth Ssali 34

Lydia Mutesi 32

Group C

Liu Ming Shu 36

Stella Asiimwe 30

Mary Ochieng 23

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