Having lost their previous game to KICC last Saturday and drawn with Wanderers, Tornado Bee travels to Jinja In search of match points from both fixtures. Their key players are away on national duty. With the absence of Roger Mukasa and Deus Muhumuza, Tornado Bee has to fight with all they have left to secure the wins.
Tornado Bee Vs Jinja SS
This is the game that determines who progresses as number four in the group. Tornado Bee with 12 points in 4 games and Jinja with 10 points from 5 games are both looking at getting this win. A win from this fixture gets them one step closure to knock out stage. The Kibuuka Musoke brothers Jeremy and Cyrus who were the leading performers in the previous fixture will be looking at taking charge when they play the youngsters. Opener Nicholas will be looking at using this as a chance to piles runs on board while John Mpande does his magic with swinging the kookaburra.
Jinja SS are looking at maximising the absence of the national team players to stand firm and walk through the lately non Stinging Tornado Bee. Filled with energetic youngsters who can both bat and bowl namely Robinson Obuya, Suleiman Abdulahmed with the bat and all-rounder Pius Oloka and Hassan Bagaga, it’s going to be a nice game to watch.
Tornado Bee has to get on the pitch while switched on. The youngsters are in great form and should be handled with maximum respect. Tornado Bee are favourites but anything can happen.
Tornado Bee vs JACC
It’s going to be a long day for Tornado Bee, having played the more competitive team in the morning, they shall take on JACC with either winning momentum or losing momentum.
In the event of a loss captain will come with thoughts on how to change the strategy to the winning on. Playing two games calls for players to be ready to back up each other. Lubega Abudallah and Lawrence Sematimba of Tornado Bee are the silent knights to watch out for. They have the mental strength to bat for long and bring a side to their knees.
JACC’s performance is often affected by the inconsistent turn up of their key players. Their presence can mean bad news for Tornado Bee. They stand to be favourites as long as the JACC key players don’t turn up. Else it shall be a tight one for them .