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Netball: 19 Listed For She Cranes Job

As of the 6th of July 2021, Uganda Netball Federation (UNF) under the leadership of Sarah Babirye Kityo initiated a search for the new National Team (She Cranes) head-coach as preparations for the 2022 CommonWealth games set to be in Birmingham intensify. This quest has since been underway and just...
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Netball Novice: Buddo Boycotts, Kitende Crowned Champions

Netball novice championship at Namboole last season. St Noa photo There were unexpected turn of events on Saturday as the 2020 National Novice Netball Championship climaxed at Namboole. Buddo SS who beat St Mary's Kitende 19-17 last year boycotted the tourney towards the final bend and hence missed the opportunity...
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Netball Federation Appoints New She Cranes Coach

Photo: Rashid Mubiru (left) replaces Vicent Kiwanuka (middle). Fred Mugerwa (right) was also She Cranes coach back in 2015. Monitor photo Uganda Natball Federation has appointed Rashid Mubiru as the new coach of the She Cranes, it's official. Mubiru will be assisted by Robert Kisitu. The pair replaces Vicent Kiwanuka...
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Netball: Heavy Rains Halt Bika Cup

The 2019 Buganda Clan Netball Cup Gala did not end after being interrupted by heavy rainfall which forced the officials to stop the proceedings in the first quarter of the semi finals. The semis were - Nnyonyi Nyange Vs Ngonge and Mmamba Gabunga vs Ngabi. On quater finals, Nnyonyi nyange...
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Netball World Cup: False Start For Africa’s Malawi

Africa Teams playing on Friday *New Zealand 64-45 Malawi *Zimbabwe Vs Sri Lanka *South Africa Vs Trinidad and Tobago *England Vs Uganda The Netball World Cup got underway on Friday 12 July, in the city of Liverpool, England. One of African representatives Malawi got off to a false start with...
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Netball: Uganda Rise In Rankings

Uganda's senior netball team, the She Cranes, have risen by a place in the International Netball Federation Rankings. The rankings released today, July 1, see Uganda move from from Seventh to sixth - the most highest place Uganda has ever achieved in history. The ranks come at a good time...
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