The annual Uganda Cricket Association Girls’ Schools Cricket week will run from 29th April to 4th May 2017 hosted by Gayaza High School.
The Venues for the games are; Lugogo Oval, Kyambogo Oval, KC Budo Ovals 1&2, Ndejje SS, and Gayaza Cricket Grounds.
Defending Champions Jinja Senior Secondary School will compete for the school trophy against 11 other contenders;
Gayaza High School
Ndejje Senior Secondary School
Mukono Parents High School
St James Senior Secondary School
Busoga High School
Mt Rwenzori Girls School
Masaka Senior Secondary School
Olila High School
Light Senior Secondary School
The Eastern Region will be represented by two members from Soroti who are part of the rising Soroti Cricket Academy; Light S.S and Olila H.S.
St. James S.S who were runners up return with Busoga High School.
Gayza High School, Ndejje S.S and Mukono Parents S.S make up the schools from the central region.
Masaka S.S who were knocked out at the semi final stage will be vying to make it to the final two.
The Western Region is represented by Nyakasura School and Mt. Rwenzori Girls School.
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UgCricket Schools Cricket week
28th April 2017
|RISING ZEBRAS VS ROARING LIONS||243/4 - 179/7||LUGOGO CRICKET OVAL|
|CHARGING LEOPARDS VS MIGHTY RHINOS||55/3 - 60/1||LUGOGO CRICKET OVAL|
|ACC VS SKLPS(R1)||160/6 - 162/7||BUDO CRICKET OVAL|
|AVENGERS VS NYAKASURA (R1)||172/6 - 140/5||BUDO CRICKET OVAL|
|AVENGERS CC vs J.A.C.C (R1)||194/8 - 131||JINJA S.S.S|
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