The youngest member of Team Uganda, Godfrey Nsubuga, remained the best performer on the team
There was general improvement across the board as the All Africa Team Golf Championship raged on at the Mont Choisy Le Golf course in Port Louis, Mauritius on Friday.
Apart from Uganda and Namibia, there was an improved performance from each of the 14 countries taking part in the biennial event.
Uganda who was second after the first round slipped to fourth place after failing to improve on their first round score, and instead, adding 5 strokes to their total.
The youngest member of Team Uganda Godfrey Nsubuga remained the best performer on the team after the second round having returned two-over 74.
Joseph Cwinya-ai and Rodell Gaita's 76 and 78 gross respectively also counted for the day's score for Uganda but it was surpassed by Morocco's ten-stroke improvement that saw them jump to second place.
Eswatini also improved their first-round score by seven strokes and are now joint third with Uganda on 451 gross each.
Nsubuga is sixth overall in the individual standings with 147 gross while Cwinya-ai is 12th, four strokes away.
South Africa's Kyle De Beer and Jayden Schaper jointly lead the individual standing with 142 gross while Martin Vorster is second on 143 gross.
The three South Africans improved their first-round score by 15 strokes to remain in the lead, going into the third and fourth rounds on Saturday.
The four-day stroke play championship is played over 72 holes, with 18 tackled every day. The best three gross scores from the four players from each country count in every round with the lowest aggregate gross score for the team over the four rounds winning the championship.
In addition to the gross score, the team with the best net score other than the teams in first or second place will receive the net winning prize.
An individual competition normally runs alongside the Africa team event with the player who returns the lowest aggregate score over the four days winning the individual stroke-play trophy.
In 2015, Ronald Otile shone for Uganda but came two strokes short of taking the individual accolade at the championship held at Limuru Golf and Country Club in Nairobi.
South Africa 221+206 427
Morocco 226+216 442
Eswatini 229+222 451
Uganda 223+228 451
Tunisia 230+225 455
Kenya 230+229 459
Zambia 231+227 458
Reunion 232+228 460
Mauritius 236+213 449
Namibia 242+245 487
Zimbabwe 242+226 468
Malawi 253+250 503
Ghana 255+243 498
Seychelles 257+253 510
Uganda's individual performance
Godfrey Nsubuga 73 74 147
Joseph Cwinya-ai 75 76 151
Dennis Asaba 75 85 160
Rodell Gaita 84 78 162