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The Juba side tried to fight back but the Ugandan players kept them at bay with Uganda putting the ball at the back of the net four times in the second half.
The South Sudanese team featured in the tournament for their first time and they therefore had two shots tried in Uganda’s goal.
The well attended match at the Juba National stadium saw Uganda move closer to qualifying for the U-20 Women World cup to be played in Canada next year.
The second leg with the South Sudanese team will be played in Kampala late this month and the hosts will be hoping to replicate the tactics they exhibited to the Juba teams when the two teams face off.
The Uganda U-20 lineup that beat South Sudan:
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