• July 5, 2020

Tags : Cricket Cranes

Brian Masaba: Cricket Cranes Captain On New Coach, Life In

Uganda Cricket Cranes Captain Brian Masaba says that he is excited and cannot wait to work with new coach Lawrence Mahatlane. Mahatlane, the South African coach, was appointed by Uganda Cricket Association on a three-year deal. The coach replaces Kenyan Steven Tikolo who joined Tanzania. Davis Turinawe held the position of Cranes coach on an […]Read More

Lawrence Mahatlane: South African Named Coach Of Uganda Cricket Cranes

Uganda Cricket Association have appointed South Africa’s Lawrence Mahatlane as the new coach of the Cricket Cranes. The South African, 44, joins on a three-year deal and replaces Kenya’s Steven Tikolo who parted ways with Uganda in January this year. Davis Turinawe has been working as an interim during that spell. He will work with […]Read More

Uganda In India: Cricket Cranes Suffer Second Loss

Wednesday, February 20 Triumph Nights – 255/10 Uganda – 214/8 *Uganda lose by 41 runs Uganda Cricket Cranes lost it’s second game from as many games at the ongoing Indian tour on Wednesday. After falling to Eagle Thane Strikers by two wickets on Tuesday, Uganda needed to bounce back but suffered a 41-run loss. Despite […]Read More

Uganda In India: Cricket Cranes Receive Rude Welcome

Cricket Cranes against India club. Courtesy Tuesday, February 18 Uganda – 198/6 Eagle Thane Striker – 201/8 (35.5/40 ov) *Uganda lose by 2 wickets Uganda Cricket Cranes started their tour to India on a wrong note after a two-wicket loss to Thane Eagle Strikers in a game played at ICWC Academy Saphale. Uganda came into […]Read More

Uganda in Qatar: Cricket Cranes Fall Short

Thursday, February 13 Qatar – 154/4 Uganda – 126/7 (20 Ov) Uganda lose by 28 runs Uganda’s Cricket Cranes lost to Qatar by 28 runs in their second T20 game to trail the series 2-0. There was an improved performance with the ball for Uganda who won the toss at West End Park International Cricket […]Read More

Rookie Kizza Jonathan Relishes Cricket Cranes Opportunity

Young bowler Jonathan Kizza will target a permanent slot after his first senior national team call up on the Cricket Cranes. Kizza, 20, who is a Kyambogo University student, is one of the eight debutants that will feature for Cricket Cranes in the forthcoming tour of Qatar and India. He has featured for Uganda’s junior […]Read More

Steven Tikolo: Cricket Cranes Coach Leaves Role

Uganda Cricket Cranes head coach Steven Tikolo and Uganda Cricket Association have parted ways, it’s official. Tikolo was appointed in 2016 and has held the position for three and half years. Davis Turinawe, a former cricket cranes and Under 19 coach, takes up the role as an interim. “Tikolo has chosen not to renew his […]Read More

Masaba Confident As Cricket Cranes Shift Focus To Second Round

Cricket Cranes captain Brian Masaba is positive that his side will extend their impressive run to the second round of the Cricket World Cup Challenge League group B. Uganda eased through the first round campaign with a perfect five-from-five in Oman. The team returned to a heroes welcome on Thursday and were hosted to a […]Read More

Cricket Cranes Beat Italy To Extend Impressive Run

Monday, December 9 Uganda 218 Italy 180 (46.4/50 ov) *Uganda win by 38 runs Uganda Cricket Cranes finished the Italian job with ease to continue their success story at the ongoing Cricket World Cup Challenge League. After setting 218, Uganda Cricket Cranes managed to defend their total and chocked Italy who managed 180 all out […]Read More

Henry Ssenyondo, Shahzad Kamal Lift Cricket Cranes

Bowler Henry Ssenyondo in action. Courtesy photo Friday, December 6 Bermuda – 208 Uganda – 211/3 (40.1/50 ov) *Uganda win by 7 wickets Slow left-arm orthodox spinner Henry Ssenyondo and left hand batsman Shahzad Kamal Urkani were in starring role as Cricket Cranes blitzed Bermuda in a group B game of the Cricket World Cup […]Read More

Vengeful Cricket Cranes Hold Nerve To Edge Rivals Kenya

The Cricket Cranes won their second game in Oman. Thursday, December 5 Kenya – 253/6 (50 ov) Uganda – 254/7 (49.2/50 ov) *Uganda win by three wickets Uganda’s senior men cricket team, the Cricket Cranes, revenged on neighbours Kenya in a thrilling Cricket World Cup Qualifiers challenge league group B encounter at Al Amerat in […]Read More

World Cup Qualifiers: Cricket Cranes Off To Oman

The Cricket Cranes were flagged off on Friday to Oman as they start their long journey for the 2023 International Cricket Council (ICC) Cricket World Cup. The trip Oman is a start for the Cranes who will be competing for the ICC Mens Cricket World Cup Challenge League B slated from November 30th to December […]Read More

Brian Masaba: New Cricket Cranes Captain Optimistic

Brian Masaba will lead the Cricket Cranes at the forthcoming ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup challenge league group B in Oman slated from November 30 to December 13. Masaba, a veteran Right-handed batsman has been assigned the captaincy role, taking over from Roger Mukasa after a string of poor results. The new captain has been […]Read More

Cricket: Uganda Name Squad For ICC Challenge League

Uganda Cricket Cranes squad of 12 players that will compete at the upcoming ICC Challenge league in Hong Kong has been named. The 2019–21 ICC Cricket World Cup Challenge League is the inaugural edition of the ICC Cricket World Cup Challenge League, a cricket tournament which forms part of the qualification pathway to the 2023 […]Read More

U19 National Cricket Team Flagged Off For Star Field Youth

The Uganda U19 National cricket team has today been flagged off to represent the country at the Star Field Youth League a Global Youth Tournament in Nairobi Kenya which starts from August 20th – August 26th 2019. A contingent of 13 players(nine players all making their U19 debut)and Two officials will be traveling by road […]Read More

Cricket Cranes: Roger Mukasa Stripped Of Captaincy

Uganda’s senior men’s cricket team, the Cricket Cranes, is expected to name a new captain, The-SportsNation.com sources have learnt. Captain Roger Mukasa and assistant Brian Masaba have reportedly been relieved of their duties. The development comes as the team continues with the preparations for the coming 2019–21 ICC Cricket World Cup Challenge League. All rounder […]Read More