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Sunday, August 7•Uganda 4-3 Comoros(Aggregate: 9-5) Uganda’s National Men Beach Soccer team, the Sand Cranes, have qualified for the 2022 Africa Beach Soccer Cup of Nations. The Sand Cranes beat Comoros on Sunday 4-3 in the return leg of the qualifiers at Njeru to seal a ticket. The Boys,…
Sunday, August 7•Uganda 4-3 Comoros(Aggregate: 9-5) Uganda’s National Men Beach Soccer team, the Sand Cranes, have qualified for the 2022 Africa Beach Soccer Cup of Nations. The Sand Cranes beat Comoros on Sunday 4-3….
Brian Kawalya

A1 Challenge Relegated From NBL

Sunday, August 7•UCU Lady Canons 69-34 A1 Challenge•Nkumba Lady Marines 57-67 Miracle Ravens•Ndejje Angels 83-90 City Oilers •UCU Canons 59-46

Silverbacks, Gazelles Seek To Make Mark At Islamic Solidarity Games

Uganda’s 3*3 basketball groups at ISG Men•Pool B – Uganda, Iran, Maldives, Guyana and Mauritania Women•Pool A – Uganda, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Gambia Uganda will be ably represented in 3×3 Basketball at the Islamic Solidarity Games in Konya, Turkey. The Silverbacks (Men) and Gazelles (Women) will be making their

Commonwealth: Rugby Cranes 10th, South Africa Champions

Saturday, July 31•9th place: England 31-17 Uganda•Final: Fiji 07-31 South Africa Uganda finished 10th in the Men’s Rugby 7s tournament at the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham. The Rugby Cranes lost to England 17-31 in the 9th place playoff game at Coventry Stadium. Aaron Ofoyrwoth, Timothy Kisiga and Karim Arinaitwe

Video: Chemutai Settles For Bronze After Fall

Uganda’s Peruth Chemutai has won bronze after finishing third in the 3000m Steeplechase final at the ongoing 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham. The Olympic Champion could have had a good go at Gold but fell when she crashed over the barrier. But she showed a strong heart to fight

Video: Commonwealth: England Too Good For She Cranes

Tuesday, August 2•England 56-35 Uganda Wednesday, August 3•Uganda Vs Northern Ireland, 4pm Uganda fell to England in the Netball tournament at the ongoing 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham. The She Cranes were second best against a well oiled England team who led right from the word go. England, the defending

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