Ansasira Bashir who is popularly known as Badu has been at the helm of Uganda Cricket for the last two years, he has led the first board made up of only member clubs a result of the constitutional ...

Ansasira Bashir who is popularly known as Badu has been at the helm of Uganda Cricket for the last two years, he has led the first board made up of only member clubs a result of the constitutional ...

By Faith Munezero It was the year 2004 when Uganda took the Cricket scene at the international level with a debut appearance at the prestigious ICC Under-19 World Cup, held in Bangladesh. Nicknamed ...

By Denis Musali 2018 was a year of changes for cricket both on and off the field, early in the year the long serving chairman of the umpires body the late Francis Ekalungar met his death brutally in ...

By Innocent Ndawula  Tim Kearsey aka Big Tim or Big Mandingo, who was a member of the Uganda Coaching Team during 2018, gives a recap of the year ending and talks of how the game can develop in the ...

By Faith Munezero The year 2018 has been filled with exciting cricket almost all year long, from national to international matches (in Malaysia, South Africa, Rwanda, and Oman) So the fans have been ...

Uganda qualified for the 2004 World Cup alongside Namibia as representatives for Africa at the global showpiece. The U19 Cricket World Cup is a tournament that made a name as a launch pad for many ...

Fresh from Oman, Media Manager for the Cricket Cranes and celebrated senior journalist Innocent Ndawula gives an exclusive on what transpired beyond borders during the International Cricket Council ...

Emma Opio is lawyer by profession and a fairly new cricket fan. He joined us on this special edition of the Fine Leg show where we picked his thoughts on the national team’s performance in Oman and ...

Adonia Waibale is one of Cricket Uganda’s biggest critics, and a copy writer by profession. He joined us for an exclusive, talking about the outcome of division three and the future of Cricket in ...

BY INNOCENT NDAWULA The Cricket Cranes – Uganda’s national men cricket team – were this morning involved in action but off the oval as they indulged in some Corporate Social Responsibility ...
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By ALVIN BAGAYA Born to Hiyadat Shah and Meger Nigar in Gilgit Pakistan; 513km from Islamabd; the capital of Gilgit-Balistan region on 20th February 1998,...