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Afcon 2017 Q: Cranes Opponents Replicate Results

Miya Farouk with a ball against Botswana on June 13 at Namboole Stadium

The Uganda national rugby teams, rx http://cycling.today/wp-admin/includes/menu.php Rugby Cranes (Men) and the Lady Cranes exhibited a good high spirited show against their Kenyan counterparts in the first leg of the 2015 Elgon cup held at RFUEA grounds in Nairobi.

The Ugandans started well defending their hosts in a highly tense and fierce game characterized with end-to-end attacks.

The Cranes got the first on the sheet when Sebuliba curled over a penalty following a foul play.

Kenya stepped up the game mostly in the second half, for sale http://contentisbae.com/wp-includes/class-wp-image-editor-gd.php missing two penalties with lead attacker Kevin Omondi striking from a line-out to give Kenya a 10-3 lead before Agero and Makori combined well to set Otieno for a score that left Uganda trailing by a whopping 15-3.

Scot Oluoch and Pius Ogena added a try each for Uganda while Kevin Makmot added two conversions giving Uganda hope in the second leg to be held in Kampala a week later.

The final score stood at 20-17 with the advantage on the hosts.

The Lady Cranes stunned their hosts by leading 5-0 into the half time break.

Uganda drew first blood through a try by Rachael Kakaire while Charlotte Mudoola missed a chance to make a conversion.

The Kenyans came in second half revitalized scoring five even though they missed a late chance for a conversion to head to Kampala with a five all draw.

MVP:

Kenya’s Philadelphia Olando and Cyprian Kuto were voted the Most Valuable Players for the Ladies and men category respectively.

Lady Cranes Starting lineup:

Peace Mirembe, ambulance Stella Kyalikunda, Irene Nzigge, Mary Nakanyike, Phionah Nalubwama, Claire Anena, Prossy Nakakande, Charity Atimango, Samiya Ayikoru, Harriet Kayonjo, Charlotte Mudoola, Brenda Kayiyi, Asha Nakityo, Emmanuella Oroma, Rachel Babirye Kakaire

Replacements:

Scovia Aketo, Fortunate Irankunda, Hellen Gizamba, Peace Wokorach, Hildah Nyiraguhirwa, Grace Auma, Mary Odoyi Kyoita, Gilder Azikuru

Rugby Cranes: Forwards: Brian Odong, Asuman Mugerwa, Dennis Mullo, Alex Mubiru, Cyrus Watum, Ronald Musajja, Scott Oluoch, Dennis Mugambe, Charles Uhuru, Collins Kimbowa, Pius Ogena, Mathias Ochwo, Arthur Mpande

Backs: David Kyewalabye, Oscar Kalyango, Chris Lubanga, Justin Kimono, Michael Wokorach, Kevin Makmot, Joseph Aredo, Ramathan Govle, Lawrence Sebuliba, Gerard Sewankambo
Elgon cup 2015

Saturday 13th June 2015

Men: Kenya 22-17 Uganda

Women: Kenya 5-5 Uganda

The Uganda national rugby teams, viagra http://chimpreports.com/wp-admin/includes/image.php Rugby Cranes (Men) and the Lady Cranes exhibited a good high spirited show against their Kenyan counterparts in the first leg of the 2015 Elgon cup held at RFUEA grounds in Nairobi.

The Ugandans started well defending their hosts in a highly tense and fierce game characterized with end-to-end attacks.

The Cranes got the first on the sheet when Sebuliba curled over a penalty following a foul play.

Kenya stepped up the game mostly in the second half, pilule missing two penalties with lead attacker Kevin Omondi striking from a line-out to give Kenya a 10-3 lead before Agero and Makori combined well to set Otieno for a score that left Uganda trailing by a whopping 15-3.

Scot Oluoch and Pius Ogena added a try each for Uganda while Kevin Makmot added two conversions giving Uganda hope in the second leg to be held in Kampala a week later.

The final score stood at 20-17 with the advantage on the hosts.

The Lady Cranes stunned their hosts by leading 5-0 into the half time break.

Uganda drew first blood through a try by Rachael Kakaire while Charlotte Mudoola missed a chance to make a conversion.

The Kenyans came in second half revitalized scoring five even though they missed a late chance for a conversion to head to Kampala with a five all draw.

MVP:

Kenya’s Philadelphia Olando and Cyprian Kuto were voted the Most Valuable Players for the Ladies and men category respectively.

Lady Cranes Starting lineup:

Peace Mirembe, Stella Kyalikunda, Irene Nzigge, Mary Nakanyike, Phionah Nalubwama, Claire Anena, Prossy Nakakande, Charity Atimango, Samiya Ayikoru, Harriet Kayonjo, Charlotte Mudoola, Brenda Kayiyi, Asha Nakityo, Emmanuella Oroma, Rachel Babirye Kakaire

Replacements:

Scovia Aketo, Fortunate Irankunda, Hellen Gizamba, Peace Wokorach, Hildah Nyiraguhirwa, Grace Auma, Mary Odoyi Kyoita, Gilder Azikuru

Rugby Cranes: Forwards: Brian Odong, Asuman Mugerwa, Dennis Mullo, Alex Mubiru, Cyrus Watum, Ronald Musajja, Scott Oluoch, Dennis Mugambe, Charles Uhuru, Collins Kimbowa, Pius Ogena, Mathias Ochwo, Arthur Mpande

Backs: David Kyewalabye, Oscar Kalyango, Chris Lubanga, Justin Kimono, Michael Wokorach, Kevin Makmot, Joseph Aredo, Ramathan Govle, Lawrence Sebuliba, Gerard Sewankambo
Afcon 2017 Group D Qualifiers

Saturday 13th June 2015

Uganda 2-0 Botswana

Burkina Faso 2-0 Comoros

The Stallions of Burkina Faso have replicated the results of their Group D counterparts Uganda Cranes and Botswana by beating Comoros Islands by 2-0.

Burkina Faso got their goals in the second half through their perennial danger man, online http://charadas.org/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-list-roles-endpoint.php Aristide Bance on the hour mark and a Jonathan Zungu late strike.

Burkina Faso are the main group favorites on paper, no rx http://clintonhouse.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/class.jetpack-tracks.php Uganda coming in a distant second.

The two teams are now tied with three points and a goal difference of two goals after match day one.

Uganda’s fixtures;

Uganda will continue their Afcon 2017 quest in September as they travel to Comoros and then face off with group’s favorites, http://coronaextra.com.au/wp-content/plugins/nextgen-gallery/products/photocrati_nextgen/modules/frame_communication/class.frame_communication_installer.php Burkina Faso on March 25th and 28th in succession.

The Cranes will summarize their campaign with a trip to Saturday’s opponents Botswana and a home game against Comoros in June 4th and September 3rd respectively.

June 13th 15- Uganda 2-0 Botswana

Sep 5th 15- Comoros vs Uganda

March 25th 16- Burkina faso vs Uganda

March 26th 16- Uganda vs Burkina faso June 4th 16- Botswana vs Uganda

Sep 3rd 16- Uganda vs Comoros

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