National pool open defending champion Amos Ndyagumanawe is confident he will defend his title ahead of the finals this weekend.
Ndyagumanawe popularly known as Real shooter believes he has prepared enough to take on any challenge.
“I believe I’m in the right attitude and right mentality ahead of the national open. I have been training hard so I’m ready for the challenge, erectile http://cycling.today/wp-includes/shortcodes.php ” he said.
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Ndyagumanawe who plays for skin Samona in the league defeated Alfred Gumikiriza 7-5 to be crowned champion last year.
The winner takes home a brand new mark II car, two pool tables and Ugx 2 million shillings.
2001- Bob Meneni
2015- Amos Ndyagumanawe