Uganda Women Cricket national team

Uganda Women Claim Hard-Fought Victory Over Kenya Women by 13 Runs

The Uganda Women’s team claimed a hard-fought victory over the Kenya Women’s team by a margin of 13 runs in

The Uganda Women’s team claimed a hard-fought victory over the Kenya Women’s team by a margin of 13 runs in an exciting match characterized by intense competition and outstanding performances from both sides.

Batting first, the Uganda Women’s team scored a total of 85 runs in 19 overs, with Stephani Nampiina playing a crucial innings and contributing 37 runs off 36 balls. Flavia Odhiambo from the Kenyan team proved to be a formidable bowler, taking 4 wickets for just 16 runs in her 4 overs. Immaculate Nakisuuyi also played a steady innings, scoring 12 runs off 18 balls, while Lavendah Idambo of the Kenyan team claimed 3 wickets for 15 runs in her 4 overs.shein vestidos coctel  vintage ikea mushroom lamp  basket veja argenté  dita logo משקפי שמש  папки 10бр  via55 köves táska  hawaiian prodotti solari  kinderwagen peg perego pliko p3  accessori moda menesello  ssd adata s40g  all terrain longboard wheels  costume carnevale 44 gatti  ssd adata s40g  nike w internationalist premium black black summit white  aloe vera gel da bere in farmacia amazon 

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Chasing a target of 86 runs, the Kenya Women’s team faced a tough challenge from the determined Ugandan bowlers. Queentor Abel was the top scorer for Kenya, with 18 runs off 26 balls. Concy Aweko was the standout bowler for Uganda, taking 2 wickets for 12 runs in her 4 overs. Venasa Ooko contributed 14 runs off 22 balls to the Kenyan innings. Janet Mbabazi, another Ugandan bowler, displayed excellent bowling skills by taking 2 wickets for just 8 runs in her 2.2 overs.

In the end, the Kenya Women’s team fell short of the target and were bowled out for 72 runs in 18.2 overs, handing the Uganda Women’s team a well-deserved victory. The match was a testament to the competitive spirit and skill of both teams, with the Uganda Women’s team emerging as the better side on this occasion.