BILLIARD UGANDA The opening of Billiard activities in Uganda has started with the PAU Grand open championship. 5 months ago Fahad Luyzburg Post Views: 726 The Pool Association of Uganda in conjunction with Adam Olivander partners to return the pool activities from lockdown with what is named as the PAU grand opening championship, which is the first Pool championship from PAU since last year in march. This weekend 19th – 21st March 2021 marks the return of competitive pool to the table. Pool enthusiast Adams Olivander has provided partial sponsorship for the first Calendar event- The Grand Open which will be executed scientifically in the “new normal, with no fans expected” By this time, 90 of the elite players had confirmed participation, with the total number expected at 100 men and 32 ladies. The stars are coming from as far as Masaka, Mbarara, FortPortal, Gulu, Kitgum, Jinja with majority coming from Kampala. The top ranked men are all onboard. Legendary shooter Victoria Namuyanja’s participation is in huge doubt for personal reasons. The Tournament at Pot It bar-Najjanankumbi will be a 3-day event. Half of the men and ladies will play the first 3 rounds on Friday 19th, with the other half doing the same on Saturday 20th. The 16 surviving men and 8 ladies from Friday and Saturday will return on Sunday 21st to shoot towards the final. The event is very significant for the revival of the sport from the Covid-19 lockdown. The return of competition gives the Association better bargaining power for corporate sponsorship. It is also a breath of fresh air for players who look up to their shooting ability as a livelihood. This championship is too significant on both the players and the Association to revive the pool sport which has been off scene since last year in march due to the outbreak of the coronavirus. The return of the sport and its competitions gives the Association bargaining powers of getting sponsorships and also give players chance to regain their shooting abilities. Note: Entry to the event is only for players, officials and media, due to Covid-19 protocol. We will however provide opportunity for fans to watch the action online. Writes ; SIMONPETER KYOBE. Fahad LuyzburgMy big wish is to be a specialist in betting matters. Now I have been associated with this industry for 8 years. Spain U23 - Ivory Coast U23 | 31/07/2021 Olympics Games.What are the rules followed while playing Snooker? PART 2What are the rules followed while playing Snooker? PART 1Set your Author Custom HTML Tab Content on your Profile page Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Print Tags: Adam Olivander, billiard, Pool Association of Uganda Continue Reading Previous A history of the game of BilliardsNext Bwanika Mansoor and Mutesi Rashidah wins the 2021 grand open championship of Billiard since last year More Stories BILLIARD Uncategorized What are the rules followed while playing Snooker? PART 2 3 days ago Fahad Luyzburg BILLIARD NEWS What are the rules followed while playing Snooker? PART 1 4 days ago Fahad Luyzburg BILLIARD What are the terms and rules while Playing Blackball? – Part II 5 days ago Fahad Luyzburg BILLIARD What are the terms and rules while Playing Blackball? – Part I 1 week ago Fahad Luyzburg HOT NEWS ONLINE UGANDA Accessing Uganda 12% tax on data Bundles-Impact on iGaming Industry 2 weeks ago Adeleye Awakan BILLIARD UGANDA ZAMBIA Chandiga, Ongom first pool pros, start Zambian adventure. 2 weeks ago Fahad Luyzburg BILLIARD SOUTH AFRICA How Kyle Akaloo became the best pool player in South Africa. 3 weeks ago Fahad Luyzburg BILLIARD What is the Difference between snooker and pocket billiards / pool? 3 weeks ago Fahad Luyzburg EXPERTS UGANDA GLI to Provide Expertise to Lotteries and Gaming Regulatory Board of Uganda 4 weeks ago Iwo Bulski ONLINE UGANDA Licensing overview in African online gambling markets from Slotegrator 1 month ago Iwo Bulski EXPERTS HOT NEWS UGANDA Uganda Imposes 42-Day COVID-19 Lockdown 1 month ago Iwo Bulski EXPERTS UGANDA Uganda re-imposes lockdown to beat back Covid-19 case surge 2 months ago Iwo Bulski Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.