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3rd round of the Singleton Golf matchplay tourney

Eight players booked their slots for the 4th round of the popular Singleton Match Play Golf tournament which had 16 players conclude the third round at the Lakeside Entebbe Club.

Played off the theme of an all-White arrangement, the third round had 16 golfers in the main round of the event whose winning pair will earn an all-expenses paid trip to watch The Open at the Royal Birkdale in Southport, England.

Paul Nsereko and his ‘Kabalaza’ partner in crime Enock Nuwagaba edged Jude Ochieng and Alex Nkuyahaga 5/4.

Jadu Patel teamed up with Anthony Agaba to defeat the pair of Mark Kaddumukasa and Peter Mukiibi 4/3.

Alan Muhereza and Moses Matsiko progressed to the fourth round after they beat the only female pair of Irene Nakalembe and Maureen Okura 3/2 on the 16th hole in a nerve cracking tie.

Muhereza and Matsiko earned themselves fire extinguishers however out of good sportsmanship Matsiko and Muhereza donated their respective fire extinguishers to Nakalembe and Okura.

The two winning pairs earned themselves vouchers that will see them enjoy a round of Golf at the state of the art Serena Golf Course come April 11, 2017.

Dan Kajungu and Collins Nuwagira saw off Jerry Owachi and George Nkya 2/1.

Kiryowa Kiwanuka and Elly ‘Sober’ Mukasa progressed to the next round without any sweat after Vincent Katutsi and Harry Hakiza failed to show up.

Ray Kahiigi/Ibra Bagalana overcame Moses “Golola” Ssebugwawo/Emmanuel Mugabi while the pair of John Muchiiri/Isaac Mariera beat Denis Onyango/Andrew Ankunda, David Balaka/Nkambwe .G beat John Kato/Phillip Ssebaale on the first hole in a sudden death.

Entebbe based professionals Vicent Byamukama (right) faced Peter Sendaula. Byamukama won the game

For the first time in the challenge, the professionals also took part starting with Friday action.

Fred Wanzala was too good for Gerald Kabuye 2/1; Herman Mutawe defeated Opio Onito 1-up.

Meanwhile, Phillip Kasozi overcame Grace Ocici 4/2; Denis Anguyo beat George Olayo 4/3.

Henry Lujja lost to Entebbe Club pro Dickson Lagoro 3/1.

Abbey Bagalana and Vincent Byamukama beat their rivals Saidi Mawa and Peter Sendaula on the first hole respectively.

Uganda Professional Golfers Association captain, Deo Akope earned a walk over to the next round.

“After the first three rounds, we have seen great golfing action. Now the 4th round is coming up next month and the competition continues to get bigger and better.” said Annette Nakiyaga, UBL’s Luxury Manager – Diageo Reserve, spoke after the 19th hole experience.

The fourth round of the Golf Challenge will be held April 15, 2017.

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