2018 winners Tendai Mubaiwa and Charity Ncube

Nyaumwe, Chisoro go down fighting

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LAST year’s Carling Black Label National Pool champions Obedience Nyaumwe and Priscilla Chisoro were unable to successfully defend their titles in this year’s edition that was played at Raylton Sports Club last Saturday.

The duo respectively bowed down to Tendai Mubaiwa of Harare and Charity Ncube of Kadoma.

Lewis Munyama also from the capital city was the second best player in the men’s category.

Nicknamed “Inspector”, it was the second CBL National Pool Championship triumph for Mubaiwa in recent years after he was the Best Male Player at the same competition in 2015. Mubaiwa walked away with $1 000, Munyama pocketed $700 while third-placed Obedience Lewis got a $600 reward.

In the women’s category, Ncube was the champion, with victory over Flatta “Heavy” Moyo of Gwanda.

Ncube, female winner in 2016 smiled all the way to Kadoma with $1 000, Moyo picked up $700 while $600 was given to Nerzis Million of Chitungwiza who finished third. Mubaiwa and Ncube also won branded pool tables.

Delta Beverages national sales executive Stanley Muchenje presented the winning athletes with their prizes.

Pool enthusiasts crowded the tables from the start until the finish with security having a hard time clearing them especially when the final matches took place.