Cranes and Zimbabwe warriors have gone into half time with a barren result at the Umuganda stadium. The other group D clash pitting Mali and Zimbabwe has the same result at half time.
Uganda made a first real attempt after six minutes, website like this http://cgt06.fr/wp-admin/includes/import.php Miya dribbles well before slotting in a low cross which Sekisambu tried to shoot but was deflected for a corner.
Ochaya had another chance after nineteen minutes but his powerful shot rose just inches above for a goal kick.
Captain Farouk Miya nearly gave Cranes the lead at the half hour mark but his beautiful free kick fell in the hands of Tatenda Mkuruva in Zimbabwe’s goal.
The keeper made another brilliant acrobatic save a minute later flipping over Miya’s strong header off Sekisambu’s pinpoint cross.
Matuma wasted a glorious chance to break the deadlock when he received a fine cross from the left. The striker missed the successive chances eventually placing the ball wide with only Alitho to beat.
The result puts Mali in pole position to grab up the second qualification spot.
Starting XI vs Zimbabwe:
Alitho James (GK), Joseph Nsubuga, Richard Kassaga,Muwanga Bernard, Kezironi Kizito, Joseph Ochaya, Farouk Miya (Capt), Erisa Sekisambu, Ivan Ntege, Isaac Muleme and Timothy Awany. Subs: Kigonya Mathias, Okot Denis, Martin Kizza, Wasswa Hassan Dazzo,Edrisa Lubega, Frank Kalanda, Kirya Ambrose,Geoffrey Serunkuma, Ceaser Okhuti,Robert Sentongo Zimbabwe: Tatenda Mukuruva, Lawrence Mhlanga,Kangwa, Joel Ngodzo,Hardlife Zvirekwi, Nqobithika Masuku,Stephen Makatuka,Raphael Manuvire, William Manondo, Edmore Chirambadare,Rodreck Mutuma,
Falavia Akankwasa a 62 year old woman in Kibaale District on Tuesday night stunned locals when she brought forth a healthy baby girl.
Oliva Sabiiti, prostate the Senior Mid-wife at Kagadi Hospital told Chimpreports that Akankwasa, mind a resident of Kayanja Village in Kyebando sub-county Kibaale District delivered the baby on the way to the government hospital on Tuesday night.
The mother was being rushed to the hospital by her relatives when she gave birth, but after delivering the placenta failed to come out, compelling them to proceed quickly to the health facility.
Sabiiti said the baby girl weighs 2.5kg and is breast feeding normally. Asked how a woman at that age could conceive yet she has clocked menopause; she said she had no idea.
Akankwasa has 15 more children, the youngest aged 16, as well as grand children. She said she stopped menstruating about eight years ago.
She adds that she has been doing her work normally and that it took her long to realize she was pregnant.
“I would sometimes feel abnormally fatigued, but I would take a few pain killers and rest until I really I was actually pregnant,” she said.