Playing off handicaps 28 and 30 respectively, the two emerged with the best net scores from the rain-soaked course to add more prizes in their budding...
Coutinho will as a result of his performance fly to Mombasa courtesy of Uganda Airlines who were co-sponsors.
Another Ugandan Gloria Mbaguta finished fifth with while Wendy Angudeyo finished seventh.
Other sporting activities will include netball and football galas in Entebbe and a chess tournament in Ntinda
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It is the fourth major for the 23-year-old this year, following earlier victories in the Mayombo, Kinyara and Entebbe Open.
The top two non-Kenyans from the tour will get entry into the Kenya Open while there are eight slots for the Kenyan nationals.
“Today’s round was pretty much better than any round I have ever played on this course; I played one-under..."
But, it is record-setting, and five-time Uganda Professionals Open champion Dismas Indiza who leads
Madoya shot a third round level-par 71, to maintain his lead, going into the final round of the Safari Tour event at the par-71 course.
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