By Fred Mwambu and Godfrey Tugume
Amos Ndyagumanawe, side effects order http://cides.med.up.pt/templates/yoo_revista/warp/systems/joomla/layouts/com_users/profile/default.php 25, decease http://ctrdv.fr/pmb_mallette/opac_css/includes/surlignage.inc.php made a sweet revenge over 2012 Nile Special National pool championship winner Alfred Gumikiriza defeating him 7-5 in the best of thirteen finals to claim the top prize in this year’s edition. The two tussled out in the 2012 finals.
Alfred Gumikiriza came into the tournament as thePool Association of Uganda (PAU) seed one. The ‘Black Sheep’ as he is commonly known defeated Richard Kayiiya 6-4 in the semi finals.
The eventual champion, story http://conocity.eu/wp-includes/locale.php Amos Ndyagumanawe completely whitewashed Innocent Rukundo 5-0 in the quarters before over coming Humphreye Nsubuga 6-2 in the last four.
Arguably the biggest shocker of the day, Eric Mugabo humiliated eighth seed Ezra Kaggwa by 3-0 early in the second round.
Ndyagumanawe walked away with a brand new Toyota Mark II, Shs 2 million cash prize, a new a winner’s jacket and brand new pool tables while Gumisiriza got a pool table and Ug.shs 1M.
While speaking tour reporter Ndyabanawe said it was a dream come true for him to step on top of a career he humbly started at the the age of 8 in Kabale town.
7-5 Gumikiriza Alfred
Alfred Gumikiriza 6-4 Richard Kayiiya
Amos Ndyagumanawe 6-2 Humphrey Nsubuga
Alfred Gumikiriza 5-0 Juma Tomusange
Kranimer Kibirige 4-5 Richard Kayiiya
Amos Ndyagumanawe 5-0 Innocent Rukundo
Humphrey Nsubuga 5-2 Fahad Ssewankambo
Second Round Results:
Alfred Gumikirza 3-1 Moses Mukwaya
Muhammad Luutu 1-3 Oscar Ocakacon
Naboth Baryamushenga 0-3 Bruce Abahairwe
Uthman Bukenya 3-1 Davis Akankwasa
Juma Tomusange 3-0 Hakim Baguma
Eric Akwi 3-1 Sulaiman Wadoola
Musa Ssekiliba 3-1 Sharif Raju
Eric Mugabo 3-0 Ezra Kaggwa
Sula Matovu 3-2 David Muhairwe
Emma Ociti 3-2 Naboth Aliganyira
Edward Kiwanuka 1-3 Gonda Alisyious
Kranimer Kibirige 1-3 Steven Sentongo
Kevin Kaboha 3-1 Simon Peter Ekuru
Glorious Ssenyonjo 3-2 Joram Nabasa
2001 – Bob Meneni
2003 – Jeff Miiro
2008 – Jonah Turigye
2009 -Fred Namanya
2011 – Halifan Ntwali
2012 – Alfred Gumikiriza
2013 – Jonah Turigye
2014 -Fahad Ssewankambo
2015 – Amos Ndyagumanawe