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Uganda struggles at the Woodball World Cup

By David Namunyala

Added 29th May 2016 08:46 PM

The team landed the worst setback at the weeklong event after they were knocked out in the men and women singles

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Lillian Zawedde. PHOTOS: David Namunyala

The team landed the worst setback at the weeklong event after they were knocked out in the men and women singles

Coach George Isabirye will need to go back to the drawing board to figure out how to win the remaining games at the Woodball World Cup in Jeju, South Korea.

Uganda’s performance at the weeklong event has been poor as players continue to complain of poor feeding, language barrier and the harsh weather.

 Charity Nagaba in action

The team landed the worst setback at the weeklong event after they were knocked out in the men and women singles that were played at the Tamna Educational Institute.

In the fairway category, the women’s doubles team that includes captain Lillian Zawedde and Charity Nagaba fell to tough opponents Oh-in Sook and Shin Dae Hwa from Korea.

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