The She Cranes have finished their Diamond challenge tournament tour on a high defeating Zambia by a whopping 25 baskets claiming a 59-34 final score line.
The Ugandan queens have now completed a double over the She Chipolopolos, dosage http://cupidfemalecondoms.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-ms-users-list-table.php their only two wins.
They overwhelmingly defeated Zambia in all quarters by 14-12 in the first quarter before registering 29-20 as at half time.
They resumed with a 25-point lead against seven for the Zambians in the third quarter, viagra approved http://clinicalresearchsociety.org/wp-content/plugins/wp-super-cache/wp-cache.php finishing with a total score of 44-27.
The She Cranes lost the opener against Malawi who are the best ranked team globally standing at position five by 51-40.
The Ugandans recovered to thrash Zambia 59-36 on Wednesday before succumbing to the hosts South Africa 56-39 on Thursday in what was a must win game.
Tuesday16th June Results:
18:00: Zambia 38-63 S.Africa
[Q1: (10-14 ), page Q2: (16-33), Q3: (26-48)]
19:45: Malawi 51-40 Uganda
[Q1:(15-11), Q2: (30-18), Q3: (40-30)]
18:00: Malawi 33-43 S. Africa
[Q1: (9-13), Q2: (16-22), Q3: (24-33) ]
19:45: Zambia 36-59 Uganda
[Q1: (8:14), Q2: (20:27), Q3: (29:45)]
18:00: Malawi 60-34 Zambia
[Q1: (15-8), Q2: (27-18), Q3: (46-24)]
19:45: South Africa 56-39 Uganda
[Q1: (15-6), Q2: (27-18), Q3: (42-28)]
18:00: Uganda 59-34 Zambia
[Q1: (14-12), Q2: (29-20), Q3: (44-27)]
The Kenya ‘A’ side which is expected to battle the Uganda Rugby Cranes in the return leg of the 2015 Elgon cup arrived in Kampala on Friday.
The Kenya team carries a slim win following the narrow 20-17 victory over Uganda in the Elgon Cup first leg at RFUEA grounds in Nairobi last weekend.
The Head Coach Mitch Ochola has effected a major change in the team, cialis 40mg http://cnet-training.com/wp-admin/includes/post.php bringing in ten new faces into the squad that featured in the first leg.
“We have made a total of ten changes in the team, sildenafil http://consolibyte.com/scripts/build/build_20130416/dev/dev_xml_performance.php ” the coach told media.
He further clarified that the changes were expected to cover-up the errors experienced in the first leg.
“The changes are to address the issues of scrummage, http://cctvcameraz.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-list-table.php line outs and kicking points that were not very effective from the first game,” said Ochola.
Rugby Cranes will go into the match with a new coach John Duncan from Eastern Cape, South Africa.
He replaces fellow countryman Joe Beukes, who resigned due to personal obligations.
Kenya ‘A’ full squad:
Ian Minjire (Resolution Impala Saracens), Duncan Abuyeka (Western Bulls), Kennedy Moseti (KCB), Anthony Nyandigisi (Resolution Impala Saracens), Cyprian Kuto (Pan Africa Strathmore Leos), Kenny Andola (Pan Africa Strathmore Leos), Dalmus Chituyi (Top Fry Nakuru), Edwins Makori (Top Fry Nakuru/Captain), Stafford Abeka (KCB), Philip Owuor (Top Fry Nakuru), Felix Wanjala (KCB), Davis Makori (Resolution Impala Saracens), Duncan Mwangi (Kabras Sugar), Peter Kaaria (KCB), Hillary Mwanjilwa (Kabras Sugar)
Brian Omondi (KCB), Samuel Motari (Pan Africa Strathmore Leos) Francis Akatu (Mwamba), Michael Gitau (Pan Africa Strathmore Leos), Charles Omondi (Pan Africa Strathmore Leos), Victor Wayodi (Mwamba), McLanhan Sikuku (Pan Africa Strathmore Leos),George Asin (KCB)
Head Coach: Mitch Ocholla, Assistant
Coach: Curtis Olago
Team Manager: Newton Ong’alo
Physio: Joseph Kolli