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In Kyambogo, Left-hand phenomenon Arthur Kyobe became a nightmare for the Kenyan bowlers making 57 runs in the game.
Team Uganda supporters
Thereafter at Lugogo, West African giants Nigeria were humbled by a seven wicket loss. This is Nigeria’s fourth loss to Team Uganda in a period of one week.
Team Nigeria’s batsman Bejide Jide (34 off 40 deliveries) posted an impressive performance but was unfortunately bowled out by Uganda bowler Charles Waiswa (1/13).
Martin Suji’s trusted marriage of opening pair Roger Mukasa and Arthur Kyobe stroked 41 but could not go bound 4.1 overs. Roger Mukasa was later replayed by 2010 Cricketer of the year Lawrence Ssematimba who is arguably Uganda’s best spin player.
The Wicketkeeper went on to score an unbeaten 18 runs for 27.
Team Uganda and Nigeria in action
After bagging a precious two wins on tournament day One, Team Uganda plays Tanzania at Kyambogo Sunday 24th while Botswana faces Nigeria at Lugogo.
Sat, 23rd Results
Kenya 112-8 Uganda 142-6 Kyambogo
Tanzania 137-10 133-1 Botswana Lugogo
Nigeria 86-8 Uganda 87-3 Lugogo
Uganda Cricket Supporters enjoying the game
Sun, 24th Fixtures
Uganda v Tanzania Kyambogo 10:00 am
Botswana v Nigeria Lugogo 10:00 am