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Makoova and Nalubega dominate Coral Coating National Woodball Open

By David Namunyala

Added 31st October 2016 05:42 PM

Zawedde is currently taking part in the Taiwan International open and this was enough reason for the duo to compete for vacant titles.

Makoova and Nalubega dominate Coral Coating National Woodball Open

Uganda's seed-two Joan Mukoova in action during the 8th Coral Coating National Woodball open. PHOTO: David Namunyala

Zawedde is currently taking part in the Taiwan International open and this was enough reason for the duo to compete for vacant titles.

Coral Coating National Woodball Open

Results

Singles:

Women

Joan Mukoova 172

Joyce Nalubega 173

Maria Nakawuka 176

Men

Franco Kibuule 159

Onesmus Atamba 160

Paul Egadu      162

Doubles:

Men

G. Nuwamanya, B. Mutumba 58

J. Adupa, A Okello 59

D. Lubega, J. Wabuyu 61

Women

D. Nabukalu, S. Nantege 57

F. Mukoya, C. Muganyizi 62

J. Mukoova, J. Nalubega 66
 
Corporate:

Men

Jerry Wabuyu 43

David Mutebi 45

Herbert Bananuka 49

Women

Jesca Nabbona            56

Alexandria Namayo 57

Doreen Nakisozi 57

 Women single winner Joan Mukoova (centre) accompanied by first and second runners up Joyce Nalubega (right) and Maria Nakawuka at the podium

The absence of Uganda's seed one Lillian Zawedde over the weekend opened doors for Joan Mukoova and Joyce Nalubega to dominate the medal bracket at the Coral Coating National Woodball Open at UCU, Mukono.

Zawedde is currently taking part in the Taiwan International open and this was enough reason for the duo to compete for vacant titles.

Mukoova won the women's singles title with a tally of 172 strokes in 24 fairways, with a stroke ahead of her friend Nalubega 173 strokes while Maria Nakawuka came in third place with 176 at the two days event.

Nalubega also clinched the fairway accolade together with Onesmus Atamba who also won gold in the men's category.

The duo finished third in the doubles before teaming up with Mary Athieno and Sandra Nabaggala to steer Ndejje University to the team's victory with 496 points ahead of Kampala International University and Zoe club with 546 and 551 points respectively.

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