advice http://clintonbrook.com/wp-includes/class-wp-user-meta-session-tokens.php geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>Speaking at the function, the Pool Association of Uganda chairman, Farouk Kisuze applauded the sponsors for helping to develop the game.
He noted that with support from sponsors, the game has moved to another level and promised more to be achieved in the forthcoming season.
Chairman Scrap Yard pool club (R) recieves Shs 2m cash for winning the tropy
“We have continued to nurture and grow spirits of fair play, professionalism and discipline and we hope to get a third tier that can get up to the grass roots so that players can be promoted to the top league,” he added.
Treza Birungi, the Pilsner Promotions manager, excitedly noted that they will continue sponsoring the league in order to help develop the game in the country.
In an interview with Chimpreports, the captain for Trust and Obey pool club from Jinja who were champions in Pool League One said,”we have surely worked hard and we have earned it. We have been cohesive with each player aiming for the highest score.”
Pool League one: Trust and Obey Pool Club
Senior Pool League: Scrap Yard Pool Club
Women Pool League: Game City Pool Club
Jacinta Kajubi from Samona Pool Club won the player of the month of October in the women’s category while Nathan Bankusha won the award in the men’s category in League one.
Carol Kanzira, Madina Najjuma, Oscar Ochakachon and Salim Akankwasa were also appreciated for their performance.
Winners display their trophies