Onyango to Retire after AFCON 2019


Uganda Cranes skipper Dennis Masinde Onyango says he will retire from the national duty after the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) tournament in Cameroon.

After the Uganda Cranes-Cape Verde clash at Mandela National Stadium on Saturday, the Mamelodi Sundowns custodian told the media it was time for him to hang his gloves and allow new blood come into the national team.

Cranes Through to AFCON 2019, Tanzania Waits


Patrick Kaddu was the hero of the night as the Uganda Cranes qualified for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations tournament on Saturday. 

It was a full house at the forty-thousand-capacity Namboole Stadium as the Cranes team edged Cape Verde 1-0 to clinch a consecutive AFCON qualification. The win pushes the Cranes to the top of Group L with 13 points.

The group is, meanwhile still wide open after Lesotho beat Tanzania 1-0 on Sunday in Maseru.

Netball She-Cranes Start Training for Vitality International Series

The Netball She-Cranes have started training at the hockey ground, Lugogo ahead of the Vitality International Netball Series in the UK. The tournament pits Uganda against England in a three-match series from 27th November to 2nd December, 2018.

All the 18 players summoned turned up for the training.

Shaffie Nalwanja and Fauzia Nakiboneka who play for KCCA Netball, and both received their first national callup were among players who trained.