May 18, 2024

Uganda Unveils Squad for T20 World Cup

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Uganda Unveils Squad for T20 World Cup

Uganda’s national cricket team, the Cricket Cranes’ squad for the upcoming T20 World Cup set to be held in the West Indies and the USA has been revealed.

With a blend of experience and youthful vigor, the team is poised to make its mark on the global stage, carrying the hopes and dreams of a nation.

Led by Captain Brian Masaba and Vice-Captain Riazat Ali Shah, the squad comprises some of Uganda’s finest cricketers, each eager to showcase their skills and compete against the world’s best.

The inclusion of seasoned players like Kenneth Waiswa, Frank Nsubuga, and Ronak Patel brings a wealth of experience to the team, while rising talents such as Cosmas Kyewuta and Bilal Hassun add an element of excitement and promise.

Brian Masaba was named permanent Cricket Cranes captain

The squad also features familiar faces such as Roger Mukasa, Fred Achelum, and Robinson Obuya, whose contributions on the field have been instrumental in Uganda’s cricketing journey thus far.

Their presence instills confidence and stability within the team, serving as pillars of support for their teammates.

The Cricket Cranes are not short of talent in the bowling department either, with the likes of Simon Ssesazi, Henry Ssenyondo, and Alpesh Ramjani ready to unleash their skills on the world stage.

Their ability to deliver crucial breakthroughs and contain opposition batsmen will be vital to Uganda’s success in the tournament.

Roger Mukasa (Courtesy Photo)

Completing the squad is Juma Miyaji, whose all-round abilities provide versatility to the team’s lineup, ensuring depth and balance across all departments.

With a squad brimming with talent, determination, and a shared sense of purpose, the Cricket Cranes are ready to take flight and make their country proud on the grandest stage of them all.

Ronald Lutaaya and Innocent Mwebaze are the traveling reserves.

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