After missing three league fixtures, Volts Pool club will this week know their fate when the Pool Associations of Uganda (PAU) competitions committee convenes.

 Acording to PAU competitions manual it’s very clear that a team which misses 3 league games shall be expelled.

“Volts have missed all the 3 league games of the second round without any communication”, PAU publicity secretary, Michael Mawanda told the media.

Relatedly, Rockcatalina pool club is to face disciplinary committee after misbehaving in their Sunday derby against spice which they lost 13-7 at  their Ntinda based home.

The game left Ezra Kagwa who a former spice player is shown a red card and Simon Peter Lubulwa aka computer received a yellow which were given to them by PAU official umpire of that game Lukwago Ssali.

Skin samona extended their league lead with a 14-6 win over Makindye based pool club Perfection while defending champions didn’t find any problem to win when they slashed them 16-4.

Nakawa pool rangers also won Takers who are in the third position 14-6 while Ntinda’s Hot pool didn’t survive Kisenyi based club Transformer pool club.

In league One Ntinda pool club is still on top of the lower division. Ntinda pool club won police pool club 12-8 on Sunday at Police‘s home Naguru. Masindi based club won club Icon Nansana 14-6 thanx to their captain Brian Tunura who scored the winner.

RESULTS Sunday 17th August 2014

Senior pool league                                                                       LEAGUE ONE

Globalcom 04 – 16 Scrapyard                                                  Q.P.A 14 – 6 Lubiri

Rockcatalina 07 – 13 Spice                                                      Bigspenders 13 – 6 Ronz

Transformer 12  – 8 Hot pool                                                  Redshooter(14 -6 Icon

Perfection  06 – 14 Skin samona                                               Police 08 – 12 Ntinda

Capitalnight 08 – 12 Trust&obey                                                Boat 11 – 9 Maga

CKI 10 – 10 Rotex

Nakawa 14 -6  Takers

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

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