She Cranes elevate to the next level after smashing Trinidad and Tobago

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The Uganda female national team (She Cranes) have elevated to the next level in the ongoing 2023 net ball world cup after smashing Trinidad and Tobago putting a dominating performance to score a resounding 74-33 yesterday 30th July 2023 in Cape town, South Africa.

Uganda’s, She cranes celebrating after the victory.

The Uganda women’s national team (She Cranes) advanced to the next round of the ongoing 2023 netball world cup after crushing Trinidad and Tobago in Cape Town, South Africa, with a commanding 74-33 victory on 30th July 2023,

On the 28th of July 2023, She cranes stared well its first game after smashing Singapore in an impressive 79-37 scoresheet. They only lost yesterday’s game against New Zealand the defending champions.  

Goalkeeper Muhameed Haniisha proved especially troublesome for the Trinidad & Tobago shooters of Joelisa Cooper and Afeisha Noel.

She was responsible for a number of intercepts and was instrumental in her team leading by three points after the first 15 minutes.

Uganda’s, She cranes celebrating after the victory.

The second quarter saw Uganda strengthening their grip on the match, leaving their opponents struggling to find a way to penetrate their solid defence.

This carried through to the Ugandan goal shooters Mary Cholhok and Irene Eyaru who consistently converted attempts into points on the board.

Cholhok was the leading goal scorer in the UK Netball Super League recently, scoring 908 goals at an average of 50 per match with an 89% accuracy.

Coming back from the halftime break 33-18 in the lead, Uganda pounded on the pressure even more. The Calypso Girls tried to stage a comeback through some individual contributions, including from Joelisa Cooper and Alena Brooks who between them, managed nine turnovers in general play.

Uganda, however, stood firmly in their way, playing as a cohesive unit, and not allowing their opposition much breathing space.

Their lead was substantial, and the players kept their focus throughout the next 15 minutes, reaching the 50-point mark before the end of the third quarter.

In the final 15 minutes, the She Cranes solidified their domination. Their passing was precise and scoring opportunities were created without putting in too much effort. Centre Margret Baagala put in another spectacular performance, both on attack and defence.

Full time results- Uganda74-34Trinidad &Tobago.

Q1: UG-14-11-TT 



Q4: UG-74-34-TT 

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