By Kiyimba Bruno


Nagaba Charity,  the former of Ndejje,and now a star at KIU, grieved Ndejje to win this year’s Woodball open. The tournament that was hosted by Uganda Christian University Mukono attracted teams from categories of clubs, universities and schools from as far as Arua, Mbarara and many places of Uganda.

According to the federation General Secretary Mr Collins Semanda, the numbers of participants this year have quite increased in doubles basing on the figures of 293 in 2015 to 522 in 2016. The president of the Federation Mr Paul Mark KAYONGO said that this year’s message is based on the global evolution. That is “how much can we give back to the society”.

Kayongo thanked the sponsors coral coatings for the much help they have given to push this tournament.

Ndejje emerged as overall winners in ladies as KIU followed in the second place. In men Botlads won as Zoe became second and in the schools category Luzirra ss(233) won in boys secondary followed by Kyambogo college school(252). Girls category was taken by Mpoma schools (251) followed by Kyambogo college school (276). Primary category was in first place boys takes by Nalugala Muslims (212) as st Francis Buddo won the girls category(309)