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Italy Test For Uganda Cricket Team

viagra http://contenthog.com/pr/wp-includes/customize/class-wp-customize-upload-control.php geneva;”>Well deserved Wins over Bermuda and Nepal have set the stage for a good tie with Italy later today (Wednesday). The hope is that bowlers, viagra 100mg http://conceive.ca/wp-content/cache/wp-cache-2e675fae1396cb8a988d436bbf2f4cb1.php who have done well so far, continue to inspire the Ugandan juggernaut.


Uganda’s bowlers restricted Bermuda to 108 runs all-out to win by a comfortable 114 runs. In the second game, Uganda defeated Nepal by six wickets with 23 overs to spare. After limiting Bermuda and Nepal to just 2.48 and 2.61 runs per over, there is indeed reason to celebrate the efforts of Uganda’s bowlers.


For national team player Nicholas Kebba is not surprised by Uganda’s spirited bowling and fielding. In fact, Kebba foresees inspired performances throughout the tournament. Key to Uganda’s bowling supremacy has been the spinners, who have evidently stolen the show.


Before the team flew out, there was a concern about how they would handle spin bowlers because they have normally proven to be Uganda’s Achilles’ heel. But because Uganda produces more pace bowlers than spinners, the jury was out there on Uganda’s spinners in a 50-overs match.


Uganda will be more focused if they can overcome Italy today and probably they will be near promotion.


Back home in the Pepsi Girls Schools Cricket Week 2013, Jinja SS has topped Group A with 150 points to book a semi final berth at Lugogo Cricket Oval with against runners up Group B runners up Gayaza HS with 113 points. Group A runners up Kololo SS with 111 points will them tussle it out at Kyambogo University Cricket Oval with Group B table leaders Nyakasura School who finished with 131 points to qualify for the semifinals.


The winners of the semi finals shall lock horns for the prestigious national schools honors at Lugogo Cricket Oval at 2:30 pm and a glamorous prize giving ceremony shall be held thereafter.


ICC DIV III, WCL

IN BERMUDA
Results – Monday night


Nepal 116/10 Uganda 117/4


Uganda won by six wickets


U.S.A. 254/8 Italy 180/10


U.S.A. won by 74 runs


Bermuda 194/10 Oman 160/10


Bermuda won by 34 runs

TODAY’S FIXTURES – 4:30PM
Bermuda vs. Nepal
Lord’s, St David’s CC Ground


Italy vs. Uganda
National Sports Stadium


Hamilton
Oman Vs USA

Somerset CC Ground


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