Joel Adupa consolidated his top spot after emerging the best in the 3rd Beach Woodball Circuit on Sunday at the Sports Beach in Entebbe over the weekend.
The Zoe Woodball club star hit 42 strokes, try http://damadetrefla.com/wp-includes/class-phpmailer.php one ahead of his teammate Ronald Kawumba and two ahead of Bossa Bruno of Ndejje Woodball club.
The win takes him to 124 points from the three Circuits while Kawumba closes in the second slot with 115 points skipping Collins Kamoga who entered the weekend on the spot.
In the ladies, http://clicknbuy.tk/wp-includes/post-thumbnail-template.php Ndejje University duo of Rose Sandra Nabaggala Florence Mukoya topped the day’s list with 50 and 51 points respectively ahead of Danilah Nabukalu (54) from Ndejje Woodball Club.
Nabaggala’s show lifts her to the second place with 74 points while a lucky Joan Mukoova assumes the summit seat despite an unconvincing result that saw her end the day on the seventh place.
The movement pushes Lilian Zawedde down to the third spot. The woman woodball playr of the year has accumulated 72 points after finishing 11th.
The nine teams that took part include UNEB, Ndejje Corporate Club, Zoe Woodball Club, St. Joseph’s Technical Institute Kisubi, Stroke Woodball Club, Botladz Woodball Club, St. Mark’s College Namagoma, Ndejje University and MUBS.
1. Adupa Joel (Zoe) -30
2. Kawumba Ronald (Zoe) -29
3. Bossa Bruno (Ndejje) -28
1. Nabaggala Rose (Ndejje Uni) -20
2. Mukoya Florence (Ndejje Uni) -19
3. Nabukalu Danilah (Ndejje) -18
Corporate – Men
1. Achimpota Nicholaus (Ndejje Corporate Club)-15
2. Tayebwa Rodgers (St. Joseph’s Technical Institute Kisubi)-14
3. Bukenya Godfrey (St. Joseph’s Technical Institute Kisubi)- 13
Corporate – Women
1. Alela Betty (UNEB) -13
2. Nandugwa Flavia (UNEB) -12
3. Nakawunde Juliet (Ndejje Corporate Club) -11