Uganda’s Pool player, Fahad Sewankambo is the best Ugandan ranked on the Africa Pool ratings for the year, 2016.
The 2014 National Pool Champion is currently third on the charts after an impressive showing at the 2015 African Pool Championships that were held in Maseru, Lesotho.
The All Africa Pool Association released the 2016 African players’ seedings.
Sewankambo reached the semi-finals of the individual tournament where he bowed out 5-2.
He then won the third place match.
In the team event, he played 15 games, winning 11 lags.
He then won 12 out of the 15 games a percentage reflection of 80%.
These rankings are dependent only on the performance of different players in the Africa Black Ball Championships every year.
Other Ugandan Pool players:
The reigning NNational Pool Champion, Amos Ndyagumanawe is ranked 4th having played 15 games, won 8 lags; and won 10 games in the team event (67%).
Individually, Ndyagumanawe won 5-0 in round 1 and lost 5-4 in round 2.
2015 Christmas Champion, Sula Matovu is 9th. At the African meet, he lost 5-3 in round 1 and in the team event, he played 15 games and won 8 lags. He won 8 out of 15 games (53%).
Alfred ‘Black Sheep’ Gumikiriza closely follows in 10th position having won 5-0 in round 1 and lost 5-4 in round 2.
In the team event, Gumikiriza played 15 games and won 8 lags.
He won 7 out of 15 games (47%).
He is ranked no. 10
Uganda Pool Cranes captain, Oscar Ocacakon is number 13th on the African scene.
In the individual event, he won 5-2 in round 1 and lost 3-5 in second round.
In the team event, he played 15 games and won 7 lags.
He went on to win 6 games (40%).
Uganda pool lady players were not seeded because they did not participate.