Uganda to face Zimbabwe, Namibia at 2018 COSAFA Women Championship

2018 COSAFA Women Championship: 12th – 22nd September Port Elizabeth, South Africa Uganda national women football team (Crested Cranes) were drawn in Group C at the 2018 COSAFA Women Championship. This was after the draws held on Wednesday, 29th August 2018 in South Africa, the host country for the annual…

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Ikwaput scores brace as BIIK-Kazygurt thrashes Rigas FS | UEFA women Champions league

Women Champions League qualifier: BIIK-Kazygurt (Kazakhstan) 5-0  Rigas FS (Lativa) Uganda Crested Cranes forward Fazila Ikwaput scored a brace as her new club BIIK Kazygurt overcame Lativa’s Rigas FS in a group H encounter played at the Arkadija stadium on Friday. Ikwaput netted twice as Madina Zhanatayeva, Nigerian forward Chinwendu Ihezuo and Yekaterina Babshuk were…

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Jean Sseninde bids farewell to Crystal Palace Ladies

Uganda Crested Cranes defender-cum-holding midfielder Jean Sseninde Namayego, 25, has bid farewell to United Kingdom’s Crystal Palace Ladies Club. Sseninde, who is out of contract at the Ladies Club, released a statement thanking her former paymasters. She is the brain behind the Sseninde Women Football Development Campaign (SWFDC) and this next…

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Uganda Crested Cranes defeat Ethiopia at CECAFA Women Championship

CECAFA Women 2018 Uganda Crested Cranes 2-1 Ethiopia Uganda Crested Cranes continued with their impressive form at the CECAFA Women Championship in Rwanda with a hard fought 2-1 win against Ethiopia at Stade de Kigali on Saturday. Despite falling a goal down to Ethiopia courtesy of Ware Birtukan’s 37th minute strike, Grace…

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Uganda edges Kenya in CECAFA Women Championship opener

CECAFA Women Championship Kenya 0-1 Uganda Uganda Crested Cranes started the 2018 CECAFA Women Championship with a hard fought 1-0 win over Kenya at Stade de Kigali on Thursday. Lillian Mutuuzo scored the solitary goal. She had all the time to slot the ball home past goalkeeper Poline Atieno who had parried…

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Crested Cranes set for CECAFA Women Championship in Rwanda

Uganda Women National Team (Crested Cranes) set foot in Rwanda ahead of this year’s CECAFA Championship. The contingent of twenty players and nine officials arrived in Rwanda on Tuesday and the team is accommodated at Hotel Hilltop & Country Club, Kigali. The tournament kicks off on Thursday, July 19 at Stade…

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25 players summoned for Uganda Crested Cranes CECAFA preparations

25 players have been summoned for Uganda Crested Cranes CECAFA preparations ahead of the Championship that kick off on July 19 in Kigali, Rwanda. Crested Cranes head coach Faridah Bulega and her assistants Edward Kaziba, Jaames Magala (Goalkeeping coach) named the team. Skipper Hassifa Nassuna an UCU Lady Cardinals teammates Yudaya…

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Ikwaput joins Kazakhstan top tier women club BIIK-Kazygurt F.C

Uganda Crested Cranes player Fazil “Faustar” Ikwaput has joined Kazakhstan top tier women club, BIIK-Kazygurt F.C. The development was confirmed by Daniel Kisseka Ntale, the managing director at Jodana Sports Management. A statement released by Ntale read; We are happy to announce the transfer of Fazila Ikwaput to a European Champions League…

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Crested Cranes to face Harambee Starlets | CECAFA Women Championship

Uganda Crested Cranes will face Kenya Harambee Starlets in the opening match of the 2018 CECAFA Women Challenge Cup that kicks off on July 19 in Kigali, Rwanda. The development follows the release of the fixtures of the week-long tournament by the secretariat of the Confederation of East and Central Africa…

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AWCON 2018 Qualifiers: Kenya Harambee Starlets edge Equatorial Guinea in first leg

AWCON 2018 Qualifiers: Kenya Harambee Starlets 2-1 Equatorial Guinea Congo 0–5 Cameroon Zambia 0–1 Zimbabwe Lesotho 0–1 South Africa Gambia 0–1 Nigeria Ivory Coast 2–2 Mali The 2018 Africa Women Cup of Nations (AWCON) qualifiers were successfully completed on Tuesday as different countries secured better positions enroute to qualification for the 2018 Africa Women Cup of Nations (AWCON). Zimbabwe, Nigeria and South Africa…

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