MTN Uganda hosts the March Mug tournament

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MTN Uganda hosted the third edition of the MTN Monthly Golf Challenge at Kampala Golf Club.

Last month Mukasa Eli turned out the overall winner with a score of 79 points ahead of Jadur Patel who was second runner up. Aggie Konde won the women’s category with a score of 63nett with Ntege Monica following suit with 68 nett in second place.

This month Charles Kareba who also won in Men’s Group B has emerged the overall winner with a clear 68 nett closely followed by Batanda who garnered 70 Net, also emerging as winner in Group C.

Playing in Ladies GoupA, Mbaguta Gloria took the winning cup with 68 Net followed in second place by Kabenge Katy with 69nett.

Kabuye Gerald came first in Men’s Group A with 73 nett followed by MatataOnyango with 74 nett.

General Ivan Koreta came second in Group B with 68 Net that was also led by Charles Kareba.

Men’s Group C was won by David Batandawhile Simba M came in second place with 72 nett.

Men’s Group D   saw Roh DC come first with 71 nett followed by Simba M with 72 nett.

The whole day golfing event at the Kampala Kitante Golf Course attracted high participation from regular Kampala Club Golf member as well as representatives from corporate companies. For the last five years, MTN Uganda has maintained an annual support of 10 monthly mugs, one Mid-Year Mug and a final Mug of Mugs that happens in December.

MTN Uganda’s Account Manager Business Sam Musoke Kasoma who handed out some of the mugs to winners said MTN Uganda’s association with the game of golf is a demonstration of the Company’s commitment for the growth of sports in the country.

“MTN Uganda has consistently supported the sporting fraternity in Uganda and aside from golf; it has sponsored many sports activities over the years including Football, Rugby, Basketball, Volleyball, Table tennis and Golf amongst others. MTN has also continued to invest in supporting sports in Uganda through the MTN Arena in Lugogo, which was refurbished by MTN in 2010 to be the largest and most modern indoor stadium in Uganda.”

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