The New Times (Kigali)

3 February 2013

Rwanda: Mutesa Rules Serena Monthly Mug Again

Jules Mutesa once again proved that he is the man with the secret to win the Serena monthly mug tournament by taking the first tournament of the year played on Saturday at the Kigali Golf Club in Nyarutarama.

The 27-year-old scored 142 NET to win the men handicap 0-9 category to add to his two monthly mug wins and Quarterly Mug triumph towards the end of last year.

Deogratus Chuwa scored 145 NET to win the second group of men handicap 10-18, while Taylor Koonce won the men's third group handicap 19-28 by 72 points. Jenny Linda won the women category with 66 points, while Cyril Malayil scored 28 Net to win the kids category.

There was a huge turn up in all categories but the highlight was in the children competition where over 30 kids took part. This impressed the tournament organisers and sponsors, Serena Hotels Kigali, who are devoted to promoting the sport through kids' tournaments.

Chldren: Over all winner

Cyril Malayil 28 Net (Stroke play)

Ladies winner

Jenny Linda 66 points (Stableford play)

Men

Group 3 winner (Handicap 19-28)

Taylor Koonce 72 points (Stableford play)

Group 2 winner (Handicap 10-18)

Deogratus Chuwa 154 Net (Stroke play)

Group 1 winner (Handicap 0-9)

Jules Mutesa 142 Net (Stroke play)

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