Jinja Senior Secondary School CC are the Champions of 2014 Mehta Premier League

JINJA SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL CRICKET CLUB ARE CHAMPIONS OF THE 2014 MEHTA PREMIER LEAGUE

RESULTS FOR THE FINALS:

WANDERERS CC VS JINJA SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL CRICKET CLUB

JINJA SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL CRICKET CLUB 86/5 IN 19.5 OVERS BEAT WANDERERS CC 85/5 IN 20 OVERS BY 5 WICKETS AT LUGOGO OVAL

Toss won Jinja SSS CC who opted to Field.

BATTING JINJA SSS: Racheal Ntono 23 off 26 balls, Pricco Nakitende 19 off 28 balls
BOWLING WANDERERS: Janet Mbabazi 2/16 in 4 Overs, Lydia Bakumpe 2/22 in 4 Overs.
BATTING WANDERERS: Janet Mbabazi 23 off 30 balls, Naome Kayondo 23 off 33 balls.
BOWLING JINJA SSS: Stephanie Nampiina 1/9 in 4 Overs, Damalie Busingye 1/11 in 2 Overs. 

RESULTS FOR SEMI FINAL 1 & 2

SEMI FINAL 1.
TORNADO CC Vs WANDERERS CC

TORNADO CC 63/9 IN 20 OVERS LOST TO WANDERERS CC 75/5 IN 20 OVERS BY 12 RUNS AT LUGOGO OVAL.

Toss won by Tornado CC who opted to Field.

BATTING WANDERERS: Janet Mbabazi 28 off 37 balls, Naome Kayondo 18 off 25 balls.
BOWLING TORNADO: Gloria Adubu 2/19 in 4 Overs
BATTING TORNADO: Consy Aweko 11off 11 balls.
BOWLING WANDERERS: Janet Mbabazi 2/10 in 4 Overs, Naome Kayondo 2/17 in 4 Overs.

SEMI FINAL 2:
CHARITY TRUST FUND CC Vs JINJA SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL CRICKET CLUB.

JINJA SSS 54/5 IN 13 OVERS, BEAT CHARITY TRUST FUND CC 49/8 IN 13 OVERS AT KYAMBOGO GROUND.

Toss won by Charity who elected to bat

BATTING JINJA SSS: Damalie Busingye 11 off 22 balls, Immaculate Nakisuyi 10 Not Out off 11 balls
BOWLING CHARITY: Carol Namugenyi 1/5 in 2 Overs
BATTING CHARITY: Saidat Kemigisha 8 off 22 balls.
BOWLING JINJA SSS: Pricco Nakitende 2/4 in 2 Overs, Rita Musamali 2/10 in 2 Overs.

Conguratulations to Jinja Senior Secondary School CC for Winning the 2014 Mehta Premier League.

 

 

Wanderers hit Tornado to keep title

Wanderers defeated Tornado by three wickets to clinch their second straight National Women’s 40-Over League title with 48 points at Lugogo Oval on Saturday.

“It’s amazing,” excited Wanderers’ skipper Kevin Apio told Daily Monitor upon sealing the crown. “We worked hard, had tough phases and this victory is worth celebrating,” she added.

There were worries that Wanderers, who had led throughout the season, were going to crumble at the eleventh hour after their lead at the summit was cut to two points following their two-wicket loss to hosts Jinja SS nine days ago.

And the title was too, in sight for second-placed Tornado (41) who had recruited Cricket Cranes’ Charles Waiswa’s sibling Betty Kalende for the decider. But all Wanderers’ worries were quickly settled once they claimed two early catches off bowlers Rebecca Akwenyu (4/8) and Julia Karungi (2/13) to dismiss Tornado’s openers Christine Aryemo and Justine Musubika.

Franklyn Najjumba rebuilt their momentum again with a 38-ball 26 knock and Kalende’s 8* off 15 helped Tornado to set 77 in 33.2 overs.

Once Wanderers’ opening pair of Apio and Rebecca Akwenyu put 25 runs on board for the first wicket, that onset was good enough to guarantee them a perfect reply.

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National Mini Cricket Finals

The National Mini Cricket Finals came to a climax on Friday 19th September 2014, at Lugogo Cricket Oval in Kampala. A total of 20 teams from all over the Country, turned up for the thrilling tournament, with players participating in categories of U11 and U13 both Boys and Girls .

Kasese Schools yet again dominated the championship emerging victor s in Three (3) categories out of the overall Four (4).This time round, all Schools were faced with stiff Competition all round .

In the U11Boys category, Naguru Infant School (Kampala)won the tie breaker with the highest number of runs, having accumulated 9 points same as Katiri Prmary school (Kasese), and Kamuli Boys Primary School(Kamuli).

Kyanjuki Primary School (Kasese), show cased might when they emerged victors, in categories of both U11girls and U13 boys winning all their allotted games, in the respective groups.

Bulembia Primary School became the 3rd team from Kasese District to win a tittle, after accumulating the highest points in the U13 Girls category.

BELOW ARE THE FINAL POINTS FOR THE 2014 GROUP WINNERS.

UNDER 11 BOYS
1. Naguru Infant Primary School - 9 Points
2. Katiri Primary School - 9 points

UNDER 11 GIRLS 
1. Kyanjuki primary school - 12 points 
2. Kamuli Girls Primary School - 9 points 

UNDER 13 BOYS
1. Kyanjuki Primary School - 12 points 
2. Yower primary school - 9 points 

UNDER 13 GIRLS 
1. Bulembia primary school - 12 points
2. Nagalama Mixed primary school - 9 points

 

PREPARED BY: FRANKLYN NAJJUMBA

WOMEN'S DEVELOPMENT OFFICER - UCA

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