ICC World Cricket League Africa Region Division One Twenty20 – Uganda v Ghana – 1st Innings Recap

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ICC World Cricket League Africa Region Division One Twenty20 – Uganda v Ghana – 1st Innings Recap
The 12th game of the World Cricket League Africa Region Division One Twenty20 (T20) series took off at Lugogo Cricket Oval, in Kampala, on Tuesday, July 12, 2011. The first half of the limited overs match, featuring Uganda and Ghana, came
to its closure after the hosts accumulated a middling total of 119 runs with a loss of 7 wickets.
Till now, both the teams have played 4 games apiece from which Uganda has attained 3 wins while the opponents remain at the table bottom with a single triumph.
Tuesday’s first match began after team Uganda won the toss and chose to bat. The side opened its session with the star duo featuring
In the previous game, the pair delivered exceptional batting works that led to the eventual triumph for
However, for the recent fixture, the two got off with a steady start but failed to maintain their might. During the 7th over, Mukasa was stumped out by Ghana wicketkeeper off Vincent Ateak’s delivery.
Mukasa scored 16 runs which came primarily through triple boundaries. then came in to join Kyobe on the crease. The two proceeded with the innings and cruised into a slightly laid-back partnership till the start of the session’s third quarter.
Once again, team Uganda lost their second wicket after Kyobe (24) was declared caught out by Ghana fielder Abdul Karim Sumaila. Kyobe’s loss came as the second wicket for Ateak.
Kyobe’s return to the pavilion came in the 11th over of the Uganda innings. By now, the team had aggregated a sluggish total of 46 runs with a loss of 2 wickets.
Ziraba was then joined in by right handed batsman However, the two could not enter into a partnership as Ateak once again struck and managed to bowl out Ziraba.
The player made his long walk to the pavilion after adding a minor contribution of 8 runs from 16 balls.
Based on their previous performance, the third wicket came as a jolt for the Ugandan side as the team’s run rate came to slight decline.
Uganda wicketkeeper came in to replace Ziraba, however, the player made his to the pitch only to make quick return to the pavilion.
Sematimba’s wicket came in the following over after being bowled out by The player’s wicket came in the 14th over the session and by then Uganda stood at 80 runs.
As the game entered the final quarter of the session, the batting side once against lost three consecutive wickets in the last three overs of the innings.
The player’s who lost their wickets included (2). Nsubuga remained not out but fell just 2 runs short of making a half century.
The bowlers delivered some powerful bowling performances throughout the first half of the game. The major wicket takers for the side included Ateak and Ananya, who each earned 3 wickets.



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