The Lady Cranes 7s defied all odds to reach the semifinals of the Rugby Afrique 7s tournament that kicked off on Saturday in Harare, order http://cfsk.org/wp-content/plugins/liveforms/views/agent_login.php Zimbabwe.
The dream of playing at next year’s World Series that looked a dream far from reality now seems a possibility after the Ladies cranes qualified for the semifinals.
Uganda defeated Madagascar 12-10 and also overcame Tunisia 17-12 to book a slot in the final four despite losing the third game of the day to Kenya.
In the first game, case http://cultnews.com/wp-includes/class-wp.php the Lady Cranes came back from a 10-00 halftime deficit to edge past Madagascar 12-10 with Grace Auma and Charlotte Thereza Mudoola each getting a try while Samiya Ayikoru made one conversion.
Youngster Auma continued her brilliant performance in the second game against Tunisia, clinic http://conforms.com/wp-includes/class-pop3.php helping Uganda to once again stage a comeback.
The North African side led 07-05 at halftime before Uganda came back recharged after recess to win 17-12.
Auma had two tries while skipper Emmanuel Orumo added the other with Ayikoru stepping up once again to make the conversion.
However, Uganda lost to rivals Kenya 36-05 in the third game but that did not stop the Lady cranes from advancing to the semifinals.
Auma got the lone try against Kenya.
Uganda will face pre-tournament overwhelming favourites South Africa on Sunday with the two finalists qualifying for the HSBC World Series in Dubai next year.