Press Release:

The second edition of the ladies’ Elite League will bowl off from 10th -17th December with four franchise teams taking part in the tournament. The tourney follows the conclusion of the national ladies T20 tournament and the best players from the event have been selected to make up the four franchise teams.

The 1st edition was held last year in tough Covid times. Only two teams; Aziz Damani Hurricanes and Challengers Blizzards took part, the former turning out dominant in the series 

This year, the league will see four teams compete. Aziz Damani Hurricanes captained by Kevin Awino, Norther Knights led by Consy Aweko, Thunder Cricket Club led by Janet Mbabazi and Titans Cricket Club led by Carol Namugenyi. All four sides have been assigned development coaches with Yusuf Nanga in charge of Aziz Damani Hurricanes, Sadam Oyaga will be in the dugout for Northern Knights, while Ivan Kakande and Lawrence Ssempijja will be in charge of Titans Cricket Club and Thunder Cricket Club respectively. 

The stakes are high for the winning team as the winner will walk away with a cash prize of two million shillings.

The event will be played on a round robin format with the top side being crowned the champions. The matches that will be played at the Lugogo Cricket Oval and Kyambogo Cricket Oval. The games at the Lugogo Cricket Oval will all have a Live Stream on Uganda Cricket Association YouTube channel.

Uganda Cricket Association Development Manager Davis Turinawe comments about the importance of the Ladies Elite League. 

“Basically, the Elite League is structured to have the better players in the previously concluded women's league play against themselves. The selectors picked out 52 of the top performers and drafted them into 4 teams accordingly. The selectors thought this is a step closer to selection of the women's team that will be engaged in training for next year's activities. The top performers after this league will form the core team that will train for senior team engagements that are scheduled from February through the year”.


Thunder Cricket Club: 1. Leona Babirye, 2. Mildred Anyipo, 3. Janet Mbabazi (Captain), 4. Jimia Muhammed, 5. Stephanie Nampiina, 6. Maria Nyende Kagoya, 7. Scovia Akello, 8. Jasmine Nabulya, 9. Eunice Kobusingye, 10. Christine Anayo, 11. Irene Alumo, 12. Natasha Amenyo, 13. Teddy Oyella.  Coach – Lawrence Ssempijja  

Aziz Damani Hurricanes: 1. Kevin Awino (Captain), 2. Eunice Alungat, 3. Rita Musamali, 4. Edith Achimo, 5. Janet Nakiranda, 6. Jackline Nakayovu, 7. Rita Nyangendo, 8. Lynette Nakato, 9. Malisa Ariokot, 10. Gloria Obukor, 11. Patricia Agwang, 12. Phiona Kulume, 13. Mary Akello. Coach –Yusuf Nanga  

Northern Knights Warriors: 1. Proscovia Alako, 2. Barbara Mukankusi, 3. Naomi Kayondo, 4. Claire Mushakamba, 5. Susan Kakai, 6. Mary Namiiro, 7. Brenda Nabisalu, 8. Naomi Amongin, 9. Saa Atim, 10. Consy Aweko (Captain), 11. Patricia Malemikia, 12. Ann Nyapendi, 13. Racheal Achan.  Coach: Oyaga Sadam  

Titan Cricket Club: 1. Rachel Ntono, 2. Shakira Saddick, 3. Esther Iloku, 4. Patricia Timong, 5. Asumin Akurut, 6. Joyce Mary Apio, 7. Carol Namugenyi (Captain), 8. Shubeika Naigaga, 9. Aanyit Lorna, 10. Sara Akiteng, 11. Evelyn Anyipo, 12. Julia Karungi, 13. Sara Walaza

Coach: Ivan Kakande


10-Dec-2021 Morn. Thunder CC v Titans CC Aziz Damani Hurricanes v Northern Knights Warriors
  Aft. Titans CC v Thunder CC Northern Knights Warriors v Aziz Damani Hurricanes
11-Dec-2021 Morn. Aziz Damani Hurricanes v Thunder CC Titans CC v Northern Knights Warriors
  Aft. Thunder CC v Aziz Dmani Hurricanes Northern Knights Warriors v Titans CC
12-Dec-2021 Morn. Thunder CC v Northern Knights Warriors Aziz Damani Hurricanes v Titans CC
  Aft. Northern Knights Warriors v Thunder CC Titans CC v Aziz Damani Huricanes

To follow the tournament, follow the hashtag #LadiesEliteLeague2022



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