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Having won back to back medals during Kyambogo Open and Ndejje Open, Ndejje University’s Rose Matovu is set to overtake Luwedde Shahnaaz.
“I have gained enough skills playing at Kyambogo and Ndejje. I want to better my performance this time,” said Matovu.
According to John Katerega, the woodball publicity secretary, the competition will begin at 2:00pm and over 30 Corporate individuals are expected at this event.
Each participant will be required to pay Shs 20,000.
To further the essence of strengthening the bondage amongst the competitors, there will be once again double and mixed double competitions where the partners will be determined using a raffle.
At the last edition, Sheila Kasujja (MUBS) and Bukenya Godfrey (St. Joseph’s Technical Institute Kisubi) were the best pair after hitting 26 strokes in 6 fairways.