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More activities in UCA year

By Vision Reporter

Added 2nd January 2002 03:00 AM

Uganda Cricket Association (UCA) has added two more international tournaments on the 2002 calendar released last week.

Uganda Cricket Association (UCA) has added two more international tournaments on the 2002 calendar released last week.

By Ronnie Kintu Uganda Cricket Association (UCA) has added two more international tournaments on the 2002 calendar released last week. The inaugural East Africa Under-17 boys’ and Open women tournament in Kampala (March 25-April 1) alongside the ICC associates tournament (May 22-26) are the two that have been added to four other international events this season. The East and Central Africa Cricket Conference (ECACC) and the Africa Cricket Cup (ACC) tournaments will take place next September in Zambia. Later in December the East Africa Under-19 boys’ and Under-15 boys’ and girls’ tournaments will take place in Tanzania and Kenya respectively. The local season opens today with a students cricket academy that will be followed by the women’s academy in the same month conducted by the ICC development officer for East Africa Tom Tikolo. The UCA Annual General Meeting will take place on February 21 after the Luswata and Mawanda knockout tournaments according to the calendar. The district and regional Mini Cricket Festivals will take place in March alongside the Bagurusi Saturday League that will include even other professional groups such as journalists, engineers, administrators and lawyers under the Schools Development Programme (SDP). The first round of the Bank of Baroda National League will kick off on April 14 while the second round will run from July to September. The Bagurusi and White Caps cricket clubs will make their maiden tour of England in July and the Association will again celebrate India Independence Anniversary on August 11. The Coca cola Schools Week is for September 1-8. while the second Castle Lager Knock-out Cup will take place in October to end the season. Ends...

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