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March 1, 2024

Women AfroBasket Qualifiers – FUBA Names Provisional Squad

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The Gazelles made their debut in 1997 and later made it to the 2015 edition in Cameroon.

Women AfroBasket Qualifiers – FUBA Names Provisional Squad

Monday – Federation of Uganda Basketball Federation (FUBA) on Monday unveiled a provisional list of 28 players for the Afro-basket/African Games Zone Five qualifiers slated for February 12-19 in Kampala, Uganda.

The Gazelles squad is made up of only home-based players who commenced training on Monday.

The Gazelles made their debut in 1997 and later made it to the 2015 edition in Cameroon. The team failed to make it to the last edition due to financial challenges.

FUBA President Nasser Sserunjoji said:
“This is a big event for our women’s basketball since we have not been at this stage for eight years now due to lack of funds to participate.”

Provisional Squad Summoned

Evelyne Nakiyingi (JKL Lady Dolphins), Winfred Akello (Miracle), Flavia Oketcho (JKL Lady Dolphins), Sarah Ageno (JT Lady Jaguars), Shakira Nanvubya (UCU Lady Canons), Bridget Aber (UCU Lady Canons), Fildauce Namuleme (KIU Rangers), Becky Longom (KCAA Leopards), Angella Namirimu (KCCA Leopards), Sarah Namale (Nabisunsa Girls), Brenda Ekone (JKL Lady Dolphins), Rebecca Anyu (KCCA Leopards), Shila Lamunu (Magic Stormers), Rita Imanishimwe (JKL Lady Dolphins), Amoding Moreen (JT Lady Jaguars), Perus Nyamwenge (KIU Rangers), Shadia Mbwali (Nkumba Lady Marines), Agatha Kamwada ( UCU Lady Canons), Diana Letaru (Magic Stormers), Azida Nabayunga (UCU Lady Canons), Zaina Lokwameri (JT Lady Jaguars), Margaret Bagaala (KU Ladies), Mary Amaniyo (KIU Rangers), Leticia Awor (KCCA Leopards), Faridah Kandondi (KU Ladies), Hope Akello (JKL), Sharon Kirabo (KIU Rangers), Sylvia Nantongo (SMASK)

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