The final Beach Woodball Circuit of the year, 2019 was successfully concluded at Spenah Beach in Entebbe on Sunday, 27th October.

At least 50 participants took part in the day-long event also graced by the Uganda Woodball Federation (UWbF) president Paul Mark Kayongo.

Top performers:

There were a couple of outstanding players in the various categories per gender.

Ronald Mulindwa of Makerere University Business School excelled in the singles male with 39 strokes.

Mulindwa two strokes ahead of Kampala International University’s Bridge Byamukama.

Another KIU player, Brian Gwaaka finished third in the male group with 42 Strokes.

For the women category, Stroke woodball club’s Denise Pulkeria Nanjeru carried a three-stroke lead to win with 42 strokes ahead of Eminents Club duo of Joan Mukova and Joyce Nalubega who both returned 45 strokes apiece.

Doubles men:

The pairing of Geoffrey Towongo and Emmanuel Ecuru Opio (Eminents Woodball Club – A) scored 21 strokes to take the men’s honours ahead of Joel Jonathan Lipa (Makerere University) and Timothy Suuna (Airforce Secondary School), who had also returned 21 strokes.

Towongo and Opio were champions basing on the better gate by gate scores.

Doubles women:

The same gate by gate score separated the doubles women pairing of Florence Mukoya (Makerere University Business School) and Denise Pulkeria Nanjeru (Stroke Woodball Club) from that of  Jackie Naula who combined with Elizabeth Nambeguya (Eminents Woodball Club).

The two pairs had both scored 23 strokes apiece but Mukoya and Nanjeru had a better gate – to – gate scores.

Like the norm has been over the years, the final tally from all the four circuits will count to determine the overall champion on the beach for the entire year.

Mixed doubles:

KIU’s Watson Mugume and Morreen Kirungi championed the mixed double category with 20 strokes, one better of Brian Gwaaka (Kampala International University – A) and Fortunate Assimwe (Ndejje Corporate Woodball Club).

Corporate Class:

Ndejje Corporate Woodball Club’s Benson Kanyesigye scored 49 strokes with a better gate to gate score to champion the male corporates ahead of Godfrey Bukenya (Kisubi Corporate Woodball Club).

Uganda Electricty Transmission Company’s Jean Agnes Lunkuse won the female corporate class with 54 Strokes ahead of Flavia Nandugwa (Uganda National Examination Board) who scored 55 strokes.

Corporate Doubles:

UNEB’s duo of Samuel Ociti and Hassad Kiwuluka combined for 26 strokes to edge Ndejje Corporate’s pairing of Micheal Makoha and Timothy Mugalura.

Mixed Doubles:

Joshua Katagadho Joshua and Rose Matovu, both of Ndejje Corporate Woodball Club scored 27 Strokes to win the mixed doubles in the corporate class.

UWbF President Kayongo hailed the character of the participants who have endured the entire season in a golden year where Uganda also hosted a global beach woodball championship at Spenah Beach.

I appreciate the players who have taken part in all the circuits from the time we started the first to the last one. I salute the officials and our key partners, the management of the various venues we use. 2020 is a promising year and we shall hold similar events as before.

Paul Mark Kayongo, Uganda Woodball Federation President

All Results of the 4th Beach Woodball Circuit:



  • Winner: Ronald Mulindwa (Makerere University Business School) – 39 Strokes
  • 1st Runners up: Bridge Byamukama (Kampala International University – A) – 41 Strokes
  • 2nd Runners up: Brian Gwaaka (Kampala International University – A) – 42 Strokes


  • Winner: Denise Pulkeria Nanjeru (Stroke Woodball Club) – 42 Strokes
  • 1st Runners up: Joan Mukova (Eminents Woodball Club) – 45 Strokes
  • 2nd Runner up: Joyce Nalubega (Eminents Woodball Club) – 45 Strokes



  • Winner: Geoffrey Towongo & Emmanuel Ecuru Opio (Eminents Woodball Club – A) – 21 Strokes
  • 1st Runners up: Joel Jonathan Lipa (Makerere University) & Timothy Suuna (Airforce Secondary School) – 21 Strokes
  • 2nd Runners up: Ronald Mulindwa (Makerere University Business School) & Robert Mutiibwa (Ndejje University – A) – 21 Strokes


  • Winners: Florence Mukoya (Makerere University Business School) & Denise Pulkeria Nanjeru (Stroke Woodball Club) – 23 Strokes
  • 1st Runners up: Jackie Naula & Elizabeth Nambeguya (Eminents Woodball Club) – 23 Strokes
  • 2nd Runners up: Lillian Zawedde (Ndejje Corporate Woodball Club) & Viola Namuddu (Ndejje Corporate Woodball Club) – 23 Strokes

Mixed Doubles:

  • Winners: Watson Mugume (Kampala International University – A) & Maureen Kirungi (Kampala International University – A) – 20 Strokes
  • 1st Runners up: Brian Gwaaka (Kampala International University – A) & Fortunate Assimwe (Ndejje Corporate Woodball Club) – 21 Strokes
  • 2nd Runners up: William Ssebugwawo (Ndejje University A) & Jane Nalukwago (Ndejje University A) – 21 Strokes



  • Winner: Benson Kanyesigye (Ndejje Corporate Woodball Club) – 49 Strokes
  • Runners up: Godfrey Bukenya (Kisubi Corporate Woodball Club) – 50 Strokes
  • 2nd Runner up: Jackson Masiga (Kisubi Corporate Woodball Club) – 53 Strokes


  • Winner: Jean Agnes Lunkuse (Uganda Electricity Transmission Company) – 54 Strokes
  • Runners up: Flavia Nandugwa (Uganda National Examination Board)– 55 Strokes
  • 2nd Runners up: Betty Alela (Uganda National Examination Board) – 56 Strokes

Doubles Men:

  • Winners: Samuel Ociti (Uganda National Examinations Board) & Hassad Kiwuluka (Uganda National Examinations Board) –   26   Strokes
  • 1st Runners up: Micheal Makoha (Ndejje Corporate Woodball Club) & Timothy Mugalura (Ndejje Corporate Woodball Club) –        26   Strokes
  • 2nd Runners up: Hassan Male (Ndejje Corporate Woodball Club) & Caleb Kiiza (Ndejje Corporate Woodball Club) – 28      Strokes

Mixed Doubles:

  • Winners: Katagadho Joshua (Ndejje Corporate Woodball Club) & Rose Matovu (Ndejje Corporate Woodball Club) – 27 Strokes
  • 1st Runners up: George Bukenya (Kisubi Corporate Woodball Club ) & Margaret Mulamba (Kisubi Corporate Woodball Club) – 27 Strokes
  • 2nd Runners Up: Miiro Joel Miiro (Ndejje Corporate Woodball Club) & Agnes Jean Lunkuse (Uganda Electricity Transmission Company Ltd) – 27 Strokes

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

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