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Jinja SS Beat Kololo To Lift Pepsi Girls' Schools Cricket Trophy

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Damalie Busingye, in excellent form posted 42 (61) with support from Rachael Ntono 13(13) while Kololo bowlers Rashida Kulsum 2/6 in 4 overs and Mary Nalule 2/22 in 4 overs were the high lights of the first innings.


Jinja SS bowlers came back in big swing with Immaculate Nakisuyi 2/2 in 2 overs and Janet Mbabazi 2/2 in 4 stealing the show.


Earlier in the day, the semi finals were started late due to the heavy down pour, all regional champions save for Masaka SS had qualified for the semi-finals where Kololo SS (Champions Central Region) emerged victorious over Nyakasura School (Champions Western Region), while Jinja SS (Champions Eastern Region) beat Gayaza High School.


The individual accolades were won by Damalie Busingye (Player of Series) – Jinja SS, Persis Nairuba (Best Batter) – St James’ SS, Prico Nakitende (Best Bowler) – Jinja SS, Rehana Mutesi (Best Fielder) – St James’ SS and Patricia Mungryek(Best Wicket Keeper)-Kololo.

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