• July 10, 2020

Tags : COSAFA U17

Year In Review: A Recap Of 2019 In Women Football

The year 2019 has been a Cinderella tale for women football in the country at all levels, with quite a number of achievements, more participation of teams in different levels and of course new stars in the game. The-SportsNation’s Bagala Peace Diane takes you down the memory lane for what been an extremely busy year. […]Read More

Year In Review: Top 10 Football Stories Of 2019

The year 2020 is fast approaching, and it’s now time for us to look back on the 2019 year in Sports. Fasten your seatbelts. 12 months done, and I can still remember it like yesterday but in bits. I can see the biggest moments pop up in flashes. That Onyango save in AFCON, Allan Okello […]Read More

COSAFA U17: Uganda Crowned Champions

Sunday, September 29 *South Africa 1-2 Uganda Uganda, guest nation, stunned odds to clinch the 2019 COSAFA U17 championship. The Ayub Khalifa coached side beat South Africa 2-1 in the finals played on Sunday. Second half goals from Fauzia Najjemba and captain Juliet Nalukenge gave the team needed victory at the inaugural tourney. Uganda, having […]Read More

COSAFA U17: Uganda Put 20 Past Minnows

Tuesday, September 24 *Uganda 20-0 Comoros Uganda beat – obliterated to say the least – Comoros 20-0 at the ongoing COSAFA U17 women Championship in Mauritius. The result, comes on the back of a 11-0 victory Uganda recorded against Mauritius and the Ayub Khalifa coached team tops their group with seven points – Uganda opened […]Read More

COSAFAU-17: Nalukenge Scores Six As Uganda Put 11 Past Hosts

Sunday, September 22 *Mauritius 0-11 Uganda Uganda’s chances of advancing to the semi-finals of the ongoing COSAFA U17 in Mauritius got a big boost after humiliating host nation Mauritius. Captian Juliet Nalukenge led the Ayub khalifah team, scoring 6 goals on the afternoon as Uganda record an emphatic 11-0 victory. New Kampala Queens signing Fauzia […]Read More

COSAFA U17: Late Keeper Howler Denies Uganda Dream Start

Friday, September 20 *Uganda 1-1 Zambia Uganda and Zambia shared spoils in the opening game of the 2019 COSAFA U17 Women Championship in Mauritius. Ayub Khalifa coached Uganda team could have won the game but a late Daphine Nayenga howler gifted Zambia a laboured point. Uganda Martyr’s Nayenga, who had had a good day, fumbled […]Read More

COSAFA U17: Guests Uganda Seek To Leave Mark On Inaugural

Friday, September 20 (U17 teams) *Zambia Vs Uganda *Mauritius Vs Comoros Guests Uganda will be targeting a perfect start as the inaugural edition of the CISAFA U17 girls championship gets underway in Louis, Mauritius. The eight-team championship has been grouped into two pools with the top two in each group advancing to the semis. Uganda, […]Read More

COSAFA U17: Girls Final Squad To Mauritius Named

Girls U17 National Team to represent Uganda at the 2019 COSAFA U17 championship in Mauritius has been named. The team, posted on FUFA website, has is of 20 players – three goalkeepers, five defenders, six midfielders and as many forwards. Uganda will leave on Wednesday for the tourney that is scheduled on September 20th to […]Read More

COSAFA U17: Much Work Needs To Be Done – Khalifah

Uganda U-17 women national team coach Ayub Khalifah says there is much work still needed to be done ahead of the U-17 COSAFA tournament to take place in Mauritius. Khalifah was speaking after his side beat Fufa Women Elite League select team 3-1 at the Fufa technical center in Njeru in a practice match. Also […]Read More