Africa CC vs NileCC
Players to watch:
Daniel Batuwa (277 runs in 10 Innings)
John Illukor (209 runs in 6 Innings)
Collins Okwalinga (20 Wkts in 10 Innings)
Najib Kakoza (104 runs & 15 Wkts in 11 Innings)
Ajubu Muzei (14 Wkts in 7 Innings)
Lake side oval shall this Sunday shall go down in history as either the turning point for Nile Cricket club in the quest to avoid relegation or as any other game played in Entebbe.
Nile Cricket Club come to this game with two more games to finish the season. Nile have been planning long and hard on how to win games but unfortunately, not all plans bear fruit. They have been training and putting all their resources to getting a win or two in the remaining games.
All rounder Najib Kakooza is to be the hinges as they take on comfortable Africa Cricket Club. Turab Alani has to bat the innings of his life if Nile are to stand a chance against the fierce pace bowling of Emmy Odeng, Timothy Erumuka, and Collins Okwalinga.
Nile Cricket Club has been known for winning the toss and batting first. That said Ajabu Muzei, Najib Kakooza and Christopher Ozelle should be fully aware that no matter what runs are on that board, they have to bowl extra ordinarily well on Sunday to beat the in-form Gaddafi Junju, Daniel Batuwa, and interim captain Marvin Kitamirike.
Africa Cricket club have two games to play, win or loose in both doesn’t grant them a promotion or relegation. That said, they need to send a message to their sponsors that they invested in the right team. Games left are Nile Cricket Club and Tornado Cricket Club, loosing both means Nile stands high Chances of staying in Division 2 and Tornado gets to Win the League hence getting promoted to Division 1. So as it stands.
Africa Cricket clubs has the cards that determine the results both at the top and bottom of the table. May the best team win.