After succumbing to a shocking 3-2 defeat in their opening game against Uganda Martyr’s High school last week, decease http://cleverlink.com.au/components/com_k2/views/latest/tmpl/latest.php She Corporate redeemed themselves with a comfortable 2-0 win over She Makerere.
She Corporate defender Stella Kaliba Nassuna indicated that the loss in their opening game gave them a lesson and helped them improve.
Kaliba stated that, viagra http://consultants-lactation.org/wp-includes/class-wp-simplepie-sanitize-kses.php after the loss to Uganda Martyr’s, link the team went back to the drawing board and ironed out their mistakes.
“We were really disappointed with the result in our first game but what mattered at the moment was not to frown about the loss but rather pick ourselves up,” she said.
“The coaches ironed out the mistakes we committed against Uganda Martyrs and there was a lot of improvement against She Makerere,” added Kaliba.
The versatile player also noted that there are a number of new signings at the club and thus the coordination was never going to come in a few games.
“We have new players in the team, so at the moment they are trying to settle in and trying to understand how we play but I believe we shall jell in a short period,” said Kaliba after the game against She Makerere.
An own goal by She Makerere defender Rebecca Nakasatto and Janet Mukeshimana in the second half ensured She Corporate earned their first win this season and now occupy fourth position in the Victoria group.
She Corporate will play against Ajax Queens in their third game of the season away in Bulenga on Saturday.