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Tornado Bee desperate to win T20 Cup

By Charles Mutebi

Added 29th July 2016 06:12 PM

In fact, they haven't as much as reached the final.

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In fact, they haven't as much as reached the final.

UCA National T20 Cup

Sunday

Morning

Challengers v Strikers (Lugogo)

Mwiri v Wanderers (Kyambogo)

Patidar v KC Budo (Entebbe)

Nile v Avengers (Budo)

KICC v JACC (Jinja)

Afternoon

Challengers v SKLPS (Lugogo)

Premier v Wanderers (Kyambogo)

Tornado Bee v Pirates (Entebbe)

Nile v Strikers (Budo)

KICC v Jinja SSS (Jinja)

As if to vindicate the volatility of T20 cricket, Tornado Bee have not claimed the National T20 Cup in the four years they have won the 50 over championship.

In fact, they haven't as much as reached the final.

Needless to add, they feel obliged to change that this season, which bowls off Saturday with a 10-game menu at five separate grounds across four districts.

"We are desperate to win it this year," admitted Tornado Bee captain Jeremy Kibuuka Musoke, whose side face the Pirates in Entebbe.

Last year proved the fluid nature of T20 cricket as one Division 1 club (Nile) reached the last four. The other three were Division 2 sides, including eventual winners Patidar.

Now in the top Division, Patidar open their defence at Entebbe against KC Budo while last year's runners ups Nile battle the Avengers and Strikers in Budo.

Twenty teams are part of this year's tournament, which has been split into two groups of 10 with the top four from each making the quarters.

 

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