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Shamim Bangi and Margaret Nankabirwa
This had earlier on confused the duo’s fans in the stand who wondered how possible if was to pair up two players from different nationalities. However, according to senior badminton player and Coach Simon Mugabi, the two had been allowed by the World Badminton Body to pair.
Shamim Bangi and Margaret Nankabirwa in action
Shamim Bangi’s quarterfinal conqueror Indian Rane Saili overcame Egyptian Hadia Hosny in straight sets (21-12, 21-12) to win women’s gold while Uganda International Open defending champion Dinika Karunaratne (Sri Lanka) trounced Indian Dey Subhankarin in straight sets 21-16, 21-17 to accumulate 2500 international ranking points and a hefty cash prize of $600 and $400 for the runner ups.
Shamim Bangi and Margaret Nankabirwa receiving instructions from the coach