Namayo emerged third overall with 66 strokes in 12 fairways in the women’s singles
Corporate Woodball Circuit
B. Kimera (Cipla) 48
J. Wabuyu (Ndejje) 50
A. Rwaganika (Ndejje) 50
Betty Alela (UNEB) 60
Angel Turinawe (Cipla) 61
A. Namayo (Vision Grp) 66
Vision Group’s Amanda Namayo gave her side a vibrant start at the Corporate Woodball Circuit that kicked off over the weekend at Namboole.
Namayo emerged third overall with 66 strokes in 12 fairways in the women’s singles, at the first of the four circuits on the Uganda Woodball Federation (UWbF) calendar.
She finished with six and five strokes behind the winner and defending champion Betty Alela of UNEB with 60 strokes and Cipla Quality Chemicals Angel Turinawe at 61strokes in second position out of 33 contestants.
But all did not go well with her colleagues Victoria Nampala and Charles Lubwama who started the season on a poor note.
The pair finished at the bottom of the table in the mixed doubles with 100 strokes while the pair of UNEB’s Nehemia Mitala and Aisha Kagere took the day with 63 strokes in 12 fairways.
Angel Turinawe and Simon Ejom of Cipla finished in second place with 64 strokes.