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UNDER 19 TOUR TO MALAYSIA
Uganda Cricket Association is pleased to announce the Under 19 Boys team set to travel to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia for the ICC Under 19 World Cup Qualifiers from 13th to 23rd October 2015.
Below please find the team that will represent Uganda the World Cup Qualifiers.
Players: Frank Akankwasa (Kololo SS), Abdalah Lubega (Kololo SS), Derrick Bakunzi (Capt)(Kampala International University),Brian Adriko (Kololo SS), John Gabula (Kyambogo College), Joseph Byaruhanga(Busoga College Mwiri), Zephania Arinaitwe (Busoga College Mwiri),Kenneth Waiswa (Busoga College Mwiri), Collins Okwalinga (Busoga College Mwiri), David Wabwire (Busoga College Mwiri),Ashiraf Majid Senkubuge (Kololo SS),Trevor Bukenya (Luigi Guissani High School),Simon Peter Okecho (Kololo SS), Steven Wabwose (Jinja SS).
Reserves: Ronald Opio (Busoga College Mwiri), Eddie Agaba (Jinja SS)
Officials: Martin Ondeko (Team Manager), Henry Okecho (Coach), Emmanuel Isaneez (Assistant Coach), Dennis Musali (Head of Delegation).
The teams at the tournament are Nepal, Ireland, Papua New Guinea, Uganda and The United States of America. Only the best team from tournament will qualify for the Under 19 World Cup in February 2016 after the final on 22nd October 2015
Uganda has made 2 appearances at the Under 19 World Cup in 2004 (Bangladesh) and 2006(Sri Lanka. Several players from these two teams went on to play for Uganda later on.
The team departs from Uganda on 12th October 2015 onboard Emirates Airline and returns on 24th October 2015. The reserves are replacements to members on the final 14 and therefore will not travel with the team.
We believe the team has had good preparations leading to the tournament with the most recent being a residential camp in October and tour to Kenya in September 2015.
We are hopeful that we can make another appearance at the World Cup and request for all the support we can get to achieve this.
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Uganda cricket Association was invited to participate in the Kwibuka Cricket for peace tournament which took place from 10th – 13th June 2015.Three (3) Countries participated in this tournament, namely UCA girls Schools Select team, Rwanda and Kenya.
UCA SELECT GIRL’S TEAM TO RWANDA - 2015
1. SAIDAT KEMIGISHA - KOLOLO SSS
2. KALSUM RASHIDA - KOLOLO SSS
3. DAMALIE BUSINGYE - JINJA SSS
4. JANE FRANCIS BALUKA - MASAKA SSS
5. EVERLYN ANYIPO - OLILA HS
6. SADICK SHAKIRA - KOLOLO SSS
7. JULIA KALUNGI - KILEMBE SSS
8. MARY AKWI - LORD’S MEADE VOCATIONAL COLLEGE
9. STEPHANIE NAMPIIMA - JINJA SSS
10. RACHAEL NTONO - MASAKA SSS -Captain
11. IMMACULATE NAKISUYI - MASAKA SSS
12. PATRICIA MUNGURYEK - KOLOLO SSS
13. JOYCE MARY APIYO - OLILA SS
14. PATRICIA MALEMEKIA - KOLOLO SSS –wk
COACH: GRACE MUTYAGABA
TEAM MANAGER: FRANKLYN NAJJUMBA
After the end of the league, the UCA Girls Schools Select team emerged runners up after Kenya.
Player of Match Awards
UCA Girls Schools Select team Vs Rwanda 1st Match | Racheal Ntono | Uganda
UCA Girls Schools Select team Vs Rwanda 2nd Match | Damalie Busingye | Uganda
UCA Girls Schools Select team vs Kenya 1st Match | Sylvia Kinyua | Kenya
UCA Girls Schools Select team vs Kenya 2nd Match | Daisy Njogore | Kenya
Kenya Vs Rwanda 1st Match | Sylivia Kinyua | Kenya
Kenya Vs Rwanda 2nd Match | Quinta Abel | Kenya
Player of Series | Sylvia Kinyua | Kenya
Best Batsman | Saidat Kemigisha | Uganda
Best Bowler | Diane Uwamahoro | Rwanda
Social Accolade (dancing competition) | Shakira Sadic & Kalsum Rashida
See Below the Match Summaries
UGANDA GIRLS SCHOOLS SELECT TEAM Vs RWANDA LADIES TEAM.
UGANDA GIRLS SCHOOLS SELECT TEAM 118/3 IN 20 OVERS BEAT RWANDA LADIES TEAM 103/10 IN 19.5 OVES BY 15 RUNS AT KICUKIRO GROUND.
TOSS WON BY UGANDA GIRLS SCHOOLS SELECT TEAM WHO DECIDED TO BAT.
BATTING UGANDA: Racheal Ntono 49 off 46 balls, Saidat Kemigisha 43 off 46 balls, Kalsum Rashida 10 off 28 balls.
BOWLING RWANDA: Betty Mukunzis 1/15 in 4 Overs.
BATTING RWANDA: Betty Mukunzi 18 off 15 balls, Pacifique Nyirandorimana 12 Not Out off 13 balls.
BOWLING UGANDA: Jane Francis Baluka 2/9 in 4 Overs, Stephanie Nampiina 2/12 in 2 Overs, Damalie Busingye 2/18 in 4 Overs.
MATCH 1: UCA GIRLS SCHOOLS SELECT TEAM Vs KENYA LADIES TEAM
UCA GIRLS SCHOOLS SELECT TEAM 84/9 IN 20 OVERS LOST TO KENYA 85/9 IN 19.2 OVERS BY 1 WICKET AT KICUKIRO GROUND – KIGALI.
TOSS WON BY UCA GIRLS SCHOOLS SELECT TEAM WHO DECIDED TO BAT.
BATTING UCA GIRLS SCHOOLS SELECT TEAM: Saidat Kemigisha 19 off 24 balls, Rashida Kalsum 16 off 17 balls, Shakira Sadick 15 off 29 balls.
BOWLING KENYA: Silvia Kinyua 4/7 in 3 Overs, Daisy Njogore 3/21
BATTING KENYA: Esther Wangare 15 off 15 balls, Silvia KInyua 14 off 16 balls.
BOWLING UCA GIRLS SCHOOLS SELECT TEAM: Patricia Malemikia 3/13 in 4 Overs, Jane Baluka 2/24 in 4 Overs, Damalie Busingye 1/10 in 4 Overs, Racheal Ntono 1/12 in 4 Overs.
DAY 4 OF THE KWIBUKA CRICKET FOR PEACE WOMEN'S TOURNAMENT - 2015 IN KIGALI
MORNING MATCH: UCA GIRLS SCHOOLS SELECT TEAM Vs KENYA (Second Round)
KENYA 100/5 IN 20 OVERS BEAT UCA GIRLS SCHOOLS SELECT TEAM 90/10 IN 18.2 OVERS BY 10 RUNS AT KICUKIRO GROUND.
TOSS WON BY KENYA WHO OPTED TO BAT.
BATTING KENYA: Daisy Njogore 43 off 54 balls, M. Mwangi 15 off 23 balls.
BOWLING UCA GIRLS SCHOOLS SELECT: Immacuate Nakisuuyi 1/11 in 3 Overs, Racheal Ntono 1/15 in 4 Overs.
BATTING UCA GIRLS SCHOOLS SELECT TEAM: Patricia Malemikia 18 off 12 balls, Patricia Munguryek 13 off 15 balls, Saidat Kemigisha 10 off 18 balls.
BOWLING KENYA: Sylvia Kinyua 3/12 in 2.2 Overs, Esther Wangare 3/21 in 3 Overs.
UCA GIRLS SCHOOLS SELECT TEAM Vs RWANDA
UCA GIRLS SCHOOLS SELECT TEAM 105/10 IN 19.5 BEAT RWANDA 31/10 IN 10.1 OVERS BY 74 RUNS AT KICUKIRO GROUND.
TOSS WON BY: UCA GIRLS SCHOOLS SELECT TEAM WHO DECIDED TO BAT
BATTING UCA GIRLS SCHOOLS SELECT TEAM: Immaculate Nakisuuyi 35 off 31 balls, Damalie Busingye 35 off 36 balls, Racheal Ntono 11 off 18 balls.
BOWLING RWANDA: Mary Maina 3/20 in 4 Overs, Diane Bimemnyimana 2/14 in 3.3 Overs, Betty Mukunzi 2/19 in 4 Overs.
BATTING RWANDA: Cynthia Uwamahoro 10 off 7 balls.
BOWLING UCA GIRLS SCHOOLS SELECT TEAM: Racheal Ntono 2/4 in 2.1 Overs, Damalie Busingye 1/6 in 2 Overs, Patricia Malemikia 1/7 in 3 Overs.
PREPARED BY; Franklyn Najjumba
Women’s Development Officer - UCA
The Kenya National Cricket team is set to travel to Uganda on Saturday evening in preparation for the ICC T20 World Cup Qualifiers slated for later this month. The team will take on their Ugandan counterparts in three 50-over matches and two T20s between 8th and 12th June.
Kenya Tour to Uganda
Arrival: 7th June 2015
Departure: 13th June 2015
Playing Venue: Kyambogo & Lugogo Ovals
Tournament Format: 50 Overs & Twenty /20
Fixtures for the Kenya Tour to Uganda
8th June 2015 | 10:00am | Uganda XI Vs Kenya XI | 50 Overs|Kyambogo
9th June 2015 | 10:00am | Uganda XI Vs Kenya XI | 50 Overs|Kyambogo
10th June 2015 | Rest Day
11th June 2015 | 10:00am | Uganda XI Vs Kenya XI | 50 Overs|Kyambogo
12th June 2015 | 10:00am | Uganda XI Vs Kenya XI | Twenty/20|Lugogo
12th June 2015 | 2:00pm | Uganda XI Vs Kenya XI | Twenty/20|Lugogo
13th June 2015 | Departure
Women’s Development Officer – Uganda Cricket Association
"We are a family and I am happy with the work put in so far, the boys are hungry, confidence is high, we are more focused than ever before and looking forward to the tournament.’