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Girls' cricket week starts

By Vision Reporter

Added 30th April 2013 01:27 PM

JINJA SS needed 9.2 overs to stamp their authority in the Pepsi Girls Cricket week, after they beat Kilembe by 66 runs

JINJA SS needed 9.2 overs to stamp their authority in the Pepsi Girls Cricket week, after they beat Kilembe by 66 runs

By Norman Katende

Girls’ Cricket Week

Nyakasura School 121/10

Masaka SS 22/10

(Nyakasura won by 99 runs)

Kings College Budo 71/10

Ndejje 26/10

(Budo won by 45 runs)

Kololo SS 104/4

Muljbhai Madhivani 19/10

(Kololo won by 85 runs)

Busoga HS 74/10

Soroti 68/10

(Busoga won by 6 runs)

Jinja SS 90/5

Kilembe SS 24/10

(Jinja won by 66 runs)

JINJA SS needed 9.2 overs to stamp their authority in the Pepsi Girls Cricket week, after they beat Kilembe by 66 runs in the action that took place yesterday at Gayaza High School.

Jinja Association of Cricket Clubs bowler Prico Nakitende picked five wickets for five runs as Jinja SS ran amok, breaking Kilembe’s chase of an earlier set target of 90 for five wickets in the allotted 20 overs.

Wanderer’s Janet Mbabazi, who also picked two wickets together with Barbara Nabirye, ensured that only Esther Athogere shone with 10 runs in their chase.

Earlier, Nakitende had scored 14 runs with Damali Busingye (23) and Rachel Ntono (11) as they set 90 for the loss of five for Kilembe to chase.

Kololo SS were also on fire, as Saidat Kemigisha (28) and Patricia Malemikia (24) saw them set PMM Girls 104 runs to chase. 

Malemikia then picked five wickets for eight runs as they saw off the Jinja-based school in 10 overs with only 19 runs on board.

Nyakasura beat Masaka by 99 runs while Budo beat Ndejje by 45 runs in some of the other games played.

Girls’ cricket week starts

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