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A brilliant innings of the Lugogo boys saw them home with 82 for 4 wickets – sweet victory. John Gabaula top scored with 32 runs while Perry Wazombe got 12 not out before steady Ramathan Ochimi 11 not out finished it in style with a fancy lofty cover drive to the for four runs.
Aga Khan bowlers who crumbled to pressure in the 16th over had Mohil Patel 1/12 in 2 overs, Owais Sideiqui 1/16 as the only wicket takers.
The individual accolades of best bowler, best batsman and best player of the tournament were won by Perry Wazombe, Vishnu Manepalli and John Gabula respectively.
Meanwhile in the other encounter between King’s College Budo and Kololo SS was won by Kololo by 2 wickets to finish in third place. Budo set 52/10 in 15.3 with David Wabwire clinching 11; Siraje Nsubuga picked 4/9 in 3 overs. Kololo then chased down the score finishing on 55 for 8 in 12.3 overs. Borris Aguma had the best of 28 runs.