visit this site http://cocomoonthesea.com/wp-includes/bookmark-template.php geneva;”>“They will arrive today (Wednesday) but by the time they get here, drugs they will have travelled for more than 36 hours and all they will need is some well deserved rest, viagra ” Uganda Cricket Association (UCA) CEO Justine Ligyalingi told Chimpreports.
Coach Martin Suji’s men lost to Nepal by five wickets in the final of the International Cricket Council (ICC) Division III World Cricket League at the National Sports Stadium in Hamilton, Bermuda on Sunday to progress to the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 that will be held in Australia and New Zealand.
Uganda will go head to head with 10 other teams, who had already qualified.
UCA staked $20,000 (an estimated Shs51m) if the team won the Division III showpiece but will receive $15,000 (about Shs39m), as pledged by the association, for finishing second.
THE TOP PERFORMERS
Best Batsmen: Arthur Kyobe (157 runs at 26.16 per innings), Lawrence Ssematimba (142 runs at 23.66 per innings)
Frank Nsubuga (106 runs at 35.33 per innings).
Best Bowlers: Davis Karashani (10 wickets for 143 runs in 52.2 overs), Henry Ssenyondo (9 wickets for 80 runs in 26.3 overs), Roger Mukasa (7 wickets for 99 runs in 43.3 overs)
Benjamin Musoke (7 catches), Arthur Kyobe (4 catches), Roger Mukasa (3 catches)