illness http://celiac-disease.com/wp-admin/includes/update.php geneva; font-size: small;”>Over the weekend, salve http://centreduplateau.qc.ca/wp-includes/class-wp-customize-control.php a total of four ladies made it to the August 31 scheduled climax of the champion of the cue battle. Rebecca Mirembe triumphed 4-3 over Tony Blair in Kamuli but Michelle Kyomugisha fell 4-2 to Isa Tuzinde in Malaba and Aisha Kayanga also lost 4-1 to George Kiwanuka.
sick http://danmarknorge.org/wp-includes/ms-settings.php geneva; font-size: small;”>But in spite falling at the last hurdle, both Kyomugisha and Kayanga made it to the grand finale. As per the rules of the tournament both finalists qualify for a finale.
Vivian Kagoya was the first lady to qualify for the prestigious finale when she shocked a string of men on her way to the final which she lost 4-3 to Victor David Baku at Satellite Pub in Nebbi. The ladies’ fruitful outing in the East brings the total number of women to grace the finale to five.
Elsewhere, Ibrahim Sentamu reclaimed his status as the number one pool player in Jinja whitewashing Abas Adam 4-0 in the final played at Mayfair Motel. Sentamu had maintained an iron grip on Jinja for four consecutive years till his shocking quarter-final loss last year.
Each playing center winner earns a medal, UGX100, 000 and a shoot at the overall winner’s prizes that include a jacket, a car, two pool tables, UGX2M and an opportunity of being the Nile Special Pool brand ambassador for a year.
Two players will qualify for the grand finale from each of the 60 playing centers. These will be joined by the eight seeded players bringing the total number of participants at the grand finale to 128. Approximately 2500 players are expected to take part in the nationwide tournament.
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Nile Special Pool Eastern Qualifiers
Sam Echum 4-2 Vincent Atiaku
Ronald Waninga 4-0 Saulo Lubega
Isa Tuzinde 4-2 Michelle Kyomugisha
Carol Kanzira 4-3 John Wanyama
George Kiwanuka 4-1 Aisha Kayanga
David Muhirwa 4-1 Sulaiman Muto
Ibrahim Sentamu 4-0 Abas Adam
Rebecca Mirembe 4-3 Tony Blair