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Kabalaza edge Katogo in Entebbe Club match play competition

By Michael Nsubuga

Added 28th October 2019 07:36 PM

It is the fourth year in a row that Kabalaza takes the bragging rights and celebrations over their opponents Katogo who put a better show compared to last year.

Kabalaza edge Katogo in Entebbe Club match play competition

CBA Bank MD Anthony Ndegwa (left) presents the winners trophy to Kabalaza Captain Peter Apell after they beat Katogo at Entebbe Club, October 26 2019. PHOTOS: Michael Nsubuga

It is the fourth year in a row that Kabalaza takes the bragging rights and celebrations over their opponents Katogo who put a better show compared to last year.

 
Team Kabalaza edged Team Katogo 24-22 points as they continued their dominance over their opponents in the Entebbe Club members' match play championship played at Entebbe Club on Saturday.
 
It is the fourth year in a row that Kabalaza takes the bragging rights and celebrations over their opponents Katogo who put a better show compared to last year. 
 
Katogo stole their own show when they temporarily hid the winners' trophy before the prize ceremony but one Kabalaza member had sported the 'thief' who had performed the mischievous act.
 
Celebrations were in order for Kabalaza on the 19th hole as they celebrated their third win, in the annual championship that started in 2015.
 
Kabalaza is made up of members of the club who patronise the balcony and the restaurant at the club while Katogo was formed by members who enjoy most the traditional breakfast-dish at the club.
 

 Kabalaza members celebrate after winning the match-play social competition against Katogo at Entebbe Club, October 26, 2019

 
What was initiated as a leisurely club challenge between the various social groups at the club has grown in stature over the years with members from both Entebbe Club and Uganda Golf Club who subscribe to both clubs increasing the numbers in this thrilling competition which helps them improve their game.
 
Selected Results
 
Sam Agamire bt Ssubi Kiwanuka 4&2
 
Enock Nuwagaba bt Paul Kaheru 3&2
 
Joseph Adrapi bt Robert Ejiku 1up
 
Patrick Mugisha bt Gama Obitre 6&5
 
Andrew Atuhaire bt Moses Mukiibi 5&4
 
Robert Ssempebwa bt Perry Musiime 5&
 
Emmanuel Mugabi bt Abole Amiji; 10&8
 
Josef Salani bt Denis Kahindi; 2&1
 
Dan Kajungu bt Elly Mukasa; 2&1
 
Paul Nsereko bt Jezan Mohammed; 1up
 
Paul Kalemba bt Justin Ligyalingi; 3&1
 
Geoffrey Orach bt Mark Nsubuga; 1up
 
Andrew Baguma bt Emma Wamala; 4&3
 
Luwum Adoch bt A. Adria; 4&3
 
Stephen Ojambo bt David Kateregga; 2up
 
Daniel Opwonya bt Andrew Kibaya; 1up
 
James Eyul bt Kato Ssebale; 4&3
 
Moses Matsiko bt Anthony Agaba; 5&4

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