Fri, 4th July 2014 – Shade Bar
Sat, 5th July 2014 – Indigo and Lumas

After the successful accomplishment of the Northern region of Uganda last weekend, Pool Association of Uganda biggest event turns to Kampala central region with 3 venues hosting the regional qualifiers.

Kampala region has always presented a tough draw of players. On Friday, the shade bar will host the championship with 32 participants from Hi table, Top pub, green Africa, rock garden, shade bar, club 5, two-5 and Julius bar.

Indigo captain Mivule Mah-de will be one of the key players that are expected to go through. Indigo’s Namyera Patrick, Volts Star Mwebe Fahim and Boat’s Pascal Sengo will also be big threats at shade bar. Last year’s shade bar winner Godfrey Sserugo will also be looking for his title defence.

On Saturday all roads will be heading to Lumas and Indigo to see who can make it to Grand finale.

Saturday action:
At Indigo three Champions of last year’s different venues are going to face each other to find who is man enough to qualify for the grand finals.

Robert Musana, who last year qualified as Entebbe Champion, Josh Wilson who won leisure take and Sekibule Vicent that won Indigo will be the key players at Indigo. Other big names at Indigo will be indigo’s key player Bukenya David who last qualified in 2012.

At Lumas it’s going to be a Battle of experienced players facing each other. Steven Sentongo who is a Former Samona Pool player will be playing against 2009 finalist Kayongo Dino.

Other players are Ndyanabo Fariji who is a former PAU Treasurer, Segawa Charles former seed 8, Kiryowa Adam Casablanca Pool club captain and Kabugo Jonathan who is a key player at Indigo Pool club.

Each of the regional winners is rewarded with a cash prize of Ug.shs 150,000/- a gold medal while the first and second runners up pocket Ug.shs 100.000 and 50.000 respectively.

The top three players per center qualify for the national championships which will be held in September 2014 on the 6th.

David Isabirye is a senior staff writer for Kawowo Sports where he covers most of the major events.

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