She Cranes coach Fred Mugerwa Tabale has trimmed his squad as the team continues preparations for the 2022 Commonwealth Games.
The team enters residential camp at Nakirebe Indoor Arena for the Games in Birmingham due July 28 to August 8, 2022.
The team has been having a non-residential camp in Kamwokya and have taken part in regional tours across the country.
Five players including Sarah Nakiyunga a d Kayeny Privas of National Netball Super League champions NIC, have been dropped.
The other three are two shooters Asinah Kabendela (Weyonje) and Christine Namulumba (Prisons), and KCCA defender Rose Namutebi.
There are now 17 players on the roster, including English-based shooter Peace Procsovia (Surrey) who will join the team direct in Birmingham.
The team will stay in Nakirebe for about two weeks before a final travelling squad of about 12 or 13 is named.
The She Players:
Shooters – Stella Oyella GS, Hanisha Muhammeed GS, Nassanga Shadia GA, Irene Eyaru GA, Mary Nuba Cholhok GS, Peace Procsovia GS
Mid court players: Baagala Margret C, Achan Jessica C, Wasagali Alicia WA, Birungi Conchepta Desire WA, Lunkuse Norah WA
Defenders: Nakanyike Shakirah WD, Asingo Viola WD, Nampungu Joan GD, Sandra Nambirige GD, Nalwanja Shaffie GK, Kadondi Faridah GK