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Kisubi eyes Woodball title

By David Namunyala

Added 5th June 2017 03:47 PM

The Kisubi side finished 10 points ahead of Cipla Quality Chemical.

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Kisubi Corporates' Raymond Ssemata in action during the third Corporate Woodball Circuit on Sunday. PHOTO: David Namunyala

The Kisubi side finished 10 points ahead of Cipla Quality Chemical.

Kisubi Corporate Club has moved close to retaining the Corporates Woodball overall title following their performances at the weekend.

The team made up of players like Rodgers Tayebwa, Godfrey Bukenya, David Mutebi and Raymond Ssemata jointly scored 195 strokes during the third Corporates Woodball Circuit on Sunday at St. Joseph technical, Kisubi to stay in contention for the men’s title this season.

The Kisubi side finished 10 points ahead of Cipla Quality Chemical.

Meanwhile, the Buganda Land Board finished with 236 strokes in third place in the men’s category.

 CIPLA Quality Chemicals team players celebrate victory after winning the women's category 

However, the title quest in the women’s category has just gotten better following a tie between Cipla Quality Chemical and Uganda National Examinations Board on Sunday.

Cipla’s team of Winnie Nakamatte, Angel Turinawe, Prossy Bayiga and Hildah Ngala tied at 235 strokes with UNEB’s Justine Balemesa, Flavia Nandugwa, Agnes Amongin and Nightrose Ikiring to stay in first and second positions respectively.

Corporate Woodball Circuit

Singles

Men;

Rodgers Tayebwa 40

Godfrey Bukenya 48

William Osire 48

Women;

Sophia Namuddu 50

Winnie Nakamatte 52

Justine Balemesa 54

Doubles;

Women, Rose Matovu, Sophia Namuddu 59strokes

Men, Robert Sombe, John Ssembajjwe 46

Team;

Women,

Cipla Qlty Chemical 235

UNEB 235

Kisubi Corporate 240

Men,

Kisubi Corporate 195

Cipla Qlty Chemical 205

Buganda Land Board 236

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