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Focus on National Teams As Cricket Association Resolves To Restart Activities

Uganda Cricket Association has decided to restart activities with much attention on getting the National teams back on the oval. UCA suspended activities last week, June 3rd, just hours to the Lady Cricket Cranes trip to Rwanda for the Kwibuka T20 Memorial tournament after Covid19 cases were discovered. The association...
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Kwibuka T20: Uganda Cancel Trip To Rwanda

Uganda Lady Cricket Cranes. ICC photo Uganda Lady Cricket Cranes has pulled out of the upcoming Kwibuka T20 tournament due June 6. Uganda Cricket Association has made the announcement just hours prior to the team's departure to Rwanda. The Cricket Cranes were flagged off on Wednesday by NCS General Secretary...
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Uganda Cricket Visits Naguru Remand Home

Uganda Cricket Association marked the 2021 International Women's Day Celebration with a visit to Naguru Remand Home in Kampala. The contingent to Naguru was mostly dominated by the Lady Cricket Cranes. The Cranes spent a day at the Naguru Remand Home as they shared their life stories with the teenagers....
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Genocide Memorial: Uganda Suffer Another Set Back

Friday, June 21 *Tanzania 113/4 (19.1 ov) beat Uganda 109/4 by 6 wickets *Rwanda 246/1 beat Mali 30/9 by 216 runs Saturday, June 22 *Mali Vs Tanzania *Uganda Vs Rwanda Sunday, June 23 *Uganda Vs Mali *Rwanda Vs Tanzania Uganda lost its second game at the ongoing Genocide Memorial (Kwibuka)...
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Genocide Memorial: Uganda Break Records In Mali Rout

Thursday, June 20 *Uganda 314/2 beat Mali 10/10 by 304 runs Uganda's women cricket team, the Lady Cricket Cranes, extended Mali's disappointing run in the Genocide Memorial Cricket T20 tournament. The side pummeled Mali by 304 runs, to get their second victory after beating hosts Rwanda on Wednesday despite falling...
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Coach Ndiko Optimistic Ahead Of Genocide Memorial

Lady Cricket Cranes coach Michael Grace Ndiko is confident about his team's chances at the Genocide Memorial tournament set on Kigali, Rwanda. Ndiko, during the team's flag off held on Friday morning at Lugogo, said that his team will perform well and in good conditions to lift this year's trophy....
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