The reigning men’s beach woodball champion Ronald Kawumba got to a blistering start to his title defense got his defense by hitting a record 38 strokes on Sunday, viagra approved try http://coparmex.org.mx/wp-admin/includes/ms-deprecated.php February 14, cialis 40mg http://cloudninerealtime.com/wp-admin/includes/class-bulk-upgrader-skin.php at Sports Beach Entebbe. This was the 1st Beach Woodball Circuit organised by the Uganda Woodball Federation this year.
Kawumba broke his own record of 42 strokes which he set in 2015. His Ndejje University team mates Joel Adupa and Denis Sekidde emerged second and third with 39 and 43 strokes respectively.
The ladies category was a tough one but Lilian Zawedde maintained her dominance with 49 strokes same as the other top three. The organisers were forced to base on strokes in the individual fairways to separate the top four. Sophia Namuddu, http://damadetrefla.com/wp-includes/class-wp-session-tokens.php Viola Operu and Joan Mukoova finished in the other top four places respectively.
Collins Kamoga and Charles Kato were the best in men’s doubles while Zoe Woodball Club’s duo of Charity Nagaba and Flavia Navubya struck 46 to win the ladies doubles.
Humphrey Taabo of Stroke Woodball Club narrowly edged Raymond Sematta in the corporates. The two tied in strokes, but Taabo went ahead with a superior strokes per gate.
The event attracted participants from Bank of Uganda, Botladz Woodball Club, Ndejje University, St. Joseph’s Technical Institute Kisubi, Buganda Land Board, Zoe Woodball Club, Centenary Bank, Stroke Woodball Club, Ndejje Woodball Club, Ndejje Corporate Club, MUBS, Reigners Woodball Club, St. Mark’s College Namagoma, UNEB Woodball Team, Nkumba University, Ndejje S.S.S, Trinity College Nabbingo and Buganda Youth Council Nakawa.
1. Kawumba Ronald-
Ndejje University -38
2. Adupa Joel -Ndejje University- 39
3. Ssekidde Denis – Ndejje university -43
1. Zawedde Lillian -Ndejje University -49
2. Namuddu Sophia- Ndejje Woodball -49
3. Operu Viola- Ndejje University -49
4. Mukoova Joan- Ndejje University -49
1. Kamoga Collins & Kato Charles -Ndejje University – 41
2. Ariho Isaac & Kibuule Franco -Botladz Woodball Club -46
3. Barigye Innocent & Bbosa Bruno -Ndejje Woodball Club -46
1. Nagaba Charity & Navubya Flavia -Zoe Woodball Club -46
2. Nabaggala Rose Sandra & Zawedde Lillian
Ndejje University -49
3. Amito Irene & Mukoya Florence
Ndejje University -51
1. Athieno Mary & Ajoba Faustine -Ndejje University -44
2. Mukoova Joan & Ssekidde Denis -Ndejje University -45
3. Nabukalu Daniela & Atamba Onesmus -Ndejje Woodball Club -49
1. Taabo Humphrey
Stroke Woodball Club -46
2. Semata Raymond
St. Joseph’s Technical Institute Kisubi -46
3. Ssemmanda Joseph Collins -Stroke Woodball Club -47
1. Nabbona Jessica
Stroke Woodball Club -50
2. Nantumbwe Mary -St. Joseph’s Technical Institute Kisubi -60
3. Nakkazi Ruth -Ndejje S.S.S -62
1. Osire William Likiriat & Ssemmanda Joseph
Collins- Bank of Uganda/Stroke Woodball Club-25
2. Bukenya Godfrey & Mulamba Margaret-
St. Joseph’s Technical Institute Kisubi -26
3. Kirama Philbert & Senjovu Jimmy -Ndejje Corporate Club/Reigners Woodball Club -27
Opposition presidential candidate Dr. Kizza Besigye has said that his arrest and detention by Police on Monday was a calculated move to intimidate the public and discourage them from voting in Thursday’s election.
Speaking to journalists at his home in Kasangati, this the FDC flag-bearer said the policemen who arrested him even failed to explain why he was being held and whether he would be charged.
Besigye narrated that all this started as he made his way through the city heading for the different locations where he was slated to campaign.
“They blocked our cars and when we got out walking, information pills they arrested me,” he started.
“They started teargassing my supporters, bundled me into a police car and then drove me to Jinja Road Police Station. There, I tried to inquire why I was being held but no answer was given,” he said.
Besigye was then driven to his home in Kasangati where he addressed the press. After this, he tactfully sneaked out of his home without the knowledge of the policemen that were guarding it and set out for the city center where he was to address a rally at Makerere University and other locations.
After moving a distance from the visible range of the police guards, the FDC candidate stood through the open roof of his car and started waving at the crowds that had lined the road.
At Kalerwe (a neighboring trading center), policemen on a truck tried to interrupt the procession but they were overwhelmed by the huge crowd that was walking with him (Besigye).
At Wandegeya roundabout several police tracks with dozens of policemen arrived and started firing teargas and bullets to disperse the procession.
Several supporters ran away, some hid in the nearby buildings while others were left crying for help after getting several injuries.
By the time of filing this story, the police commandant of the operation was engaging Besigye in a negotiation in which he asked him to either drive back to his home and forget about his rallies or to get arrested at that point.
Besigye seems to have defiantly chosen the latter option as his car was later towed to Wandegeya Police Station.