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Uganda She-Cranes Making History In The Netball World Cup 2019

She cranes emerged a winner 3 times Out of the 4 games that she cranes have played in the vitality world cup.

Despite the first rest ever since the tournament kicked off, she cranes have embarked on serious training as they prepare for the next level of the tournament.

She cranes have played with South Africa on several occasions including the 2015 netball world cup that ended 50-40 in favour of South Africa, though South Africa proved to be a stronger side as they won all the games. Despite the slight injuries, Kiwanuka Vicente she cranes coach vow to defeat the South Africa side.

Uganda cranes will be playing with Jamaica on Sunday after the South African game today at 9 PM, she cranes need a victory from both games to qualify for the semifinals.

South Africa sits in the 5th position in the world ranking while Uganda in 6th position.

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