Crested Cranes 5-0 UCU
Kawempe Muslim’s lethal forward Juliet Nalukenge’s hat-trick thump UCU Lady Cardinals five to bill in her last practice match ahead of the 2019 CECAFA Women Challenge Cup.
Hasifah Nasuuna opened the scoring, converting a penalty following a foul play on Fauzia Najjemba by Adams Kemisa in the area.
Nalukenge shortly after a minute extended the lead to 2-0 with a fabulous sole effort to end the first stanza in a two goals lead.
Fast moving forward Fazila Ikwaput introduced her side’s wrath into the second stanza with a simple tap in off Aminah Nababi’s through ball to make it 3-0 in the 75th minute.
Juliet Nalukenge scored the 4th and the 5th after too much quality, calmness and skill on the ball to seal her side’s victory.
A technical meeting to be held today will decide the 20 man squad that will travel to Dar-el-salaam on tomorrow, Thursday the 14th November 2019.
“A technical meeting to be held soon from now will determine who is dropped and cut into the final twenty before closure of business today”, said Ayub Khalifah.
Uganda will start her group B campaign against Djibouti on 17th, Ethiopia on the 19th and will end with East African giants Kenya on 21st November.
Uganda finished second (2nd ) behind Tanzania on a goal difference goal disadvantage, a tourney held in Kigali-Rwanda.
Crested Cranes Line Up
Ruth Aturo, Viola Namuddu, Asia Nakibuuka, Bridget Nabisaalu, Shadia Nankya, Reticia Nabbosa, Zaina Namuleme, Shamirah Nalugya, Juliet Nalukenge, Hasifah Nasuuna, Fauzia Najjemba
Joan Namusisi, Fazila Ikwaputi, Harriet Nakubba, Musibika Stella, Aminah Nababi, Marion Amangat, Grace Aluka, Nandede Zaina, Adokole Esther, Margret Kunihira, Aisha Namukisa, Akandinda Gillian
Nakaziro Daisy, Adams Kemisa, Teddy Najjuma, Harriet Muwugumya, Rahma Namugeye, Maureen Kinavudoli, Cathy Nakiridde, Faith Apio, Jackie Nakkasi, Stella Nalwanga, Cissy Nakatte
Adokorach Sarah, Ruth Akao, Collins Anna Mathias