Uganda tops the standings with 10 points, two better than second-placed Tanzania.
Crested Cranes who are camping at FUFA Technical Centre, Njeru is drawn in group B with Ethiopia, Kenya, and Djibouti.
Kampala Queens will continue to pile more pressure UCU Lady Cardinals and Olila Women FC in the Elizabeth group of the FUFA Women Elite League
Crested Cranes coach Faridah Bulega says her side has not given up despite being eliminated in Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games women football qualifier.
The team has six midfielders, six strikers, as Bulega aims at helping the Crested Cranes qualify for Olympic games for the first time.
The Crested Cranes will play Ethiopia in the first leg on April 3 away in Addis Ababa before hosting the return leg three days later.
The Crested Cranes beat Swaziland 4-3 in their opening game in South Africa. Next up, they face Namibia on Saturday.
The Crested Cranes flew to South Africa Monday.
The players are threatened to leave their clubs and join the clubs the coaches are attached to if they wish to secure their positions on the national team....
The battle of who will win the trophy remains between Uganda, Ethiopia, Tanzania and Rwanda.
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