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Kenya Ports Authority [KPA] board chairman  General [Rtd.] Joseph Kibwana [centre], the overall  winner of the 2018 KPA annual golf  tournament Paul Gichara [second right], Nyali  golf lady captain Pauline Gachihi [right] and  Nyali golf captain Taib Bajaber [left] during the awarding ceremony held at Nyali Golf and Country Club in Mombasa county. The one-day tournament had attracted a record of 250 golfers. Kenya Ports Authority [KPA] board chairman General [Rtd.] Joseph Kibwana [centre], the overall winner of the 2018 KPA annual golf tournament Paul Gichara [second right], Nyali golf lady captain Pauline Gachihi [right] and Nyali golf captain Taib Bajaber [left] during the awarding ceremony held at Nyali Golf and Country Club in Mombasa county. The one-day tournament had attracted a record of 250 golfers.

Pauline Gichara wins KPA annual golf tournament Featured

A businesswoman registered her first victory during the 2018 Kenya Ports Authority [KPA] annual golf tournament at the Nyali Golf and Country Club in Mombasa county.
  
Pauline Gichara emerged the overall winner after beating 251 golfers  by bagging 40 points on count back on an improved handicap 26.8.
 
The tournament's overall winner managed to score 18 points on the first nine holes before scoring 22 points on second nine holes.
 
New comer in golf Daniel Ondeng’a won the men’s trophy after bagging 39 points oncount back.
 
Playing off on handicap 24.9 he scored 19 points on the first nine holes and managed to score 20 points on the second nine holes.
 
Kenya Ports Authority (KPA) Kisumu depot manager Yobesa Oyaro tees off at the conveyor belt during the 2018 KPA annual corporate golf day at the Nyali Golf and Country club in Nyali constituency, Mombasa county. The tournament attracted 240 golfers.
 
The men’s runners-up title was won by Suresh Hirani on 39 points after bagging 20 points on the first nine holes and another 19 points on the second nine holes.
 
Mombasa golf lady captain Mary Mariga won the ladies trophy after she bagged 40 points with 20 points each on both first and second nine holes.
 
Susan Stokes was the ladies runners-up after she bagged  30 points with 18 points on first nine holes and 20 points on the second nine holes.
 
Nyali Golf and Country Club committee member Clement Agina tees off during the Kenya Ports Authority [KPA] annual corporate golf day at the club.
 
The best winner award went to Clive Barnsely after bagging 34 points with best junior award going to Niran Hirani after bagging 36 points.
 
Charles Odoo won the staff award after he bagged 37 points with his wife Terersia Odoo winning the staff runners-up award after bagging 36 points and Japheth Obonyo won the third position after getting 30 points.
 
Kenya Ports Authority [KPA] acting Managing Director Daniel Manduku chats with Kenya National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KNCCI) National Vice chairman James Mureu during the 2018 KPA annual corporate golf day at Nyali Golf and Country Club in Mombasa county. The one-day tournament attracted 240 golfers
 
KPA officer Fiona Mbandi won the staff fourth award trophy after she bagged 28 points with  Kisumu depot manager Yobesa Oyaro winning the fifth award after  he bagged 20 points.

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