Women’s Cecafa championship
Uganda 1-4 Tanzania
Uganda crested cranes bowed out of the women’s CECAFA championship with a comprehensive defeat to Tanzania.
Tanzania humiliated the hosts Uganda 4-1 in a game played on Sunday at Njeru technical centre.
The Kilimanjaro queens began on an explosive note taking an early lead through Donisa Daniel just after five minutes when cranes goalkeeper Ruth Aturo failed to deal with her free kick.
The high flying Tanzanians then doubled the lead eleven minutes later with winger Mwanahamisi Omari slotting home after the crested cranes defence failed to clear the ball out of danger.
Cranes coach Majidah Nantanda them opted for a quick change bringing on Nambirigge Christine for defender Yudaya Nakayenze.
However, viagra 40mg http://crmsoftwareblog.com/wp-includes/date.php this failed to pay off dividends and instead the Kilimanjaro queens stretched their lead with Stumai Abdalla getting the third goal at the half hour mark.
Skipper Asha Rashid put the game beyond reach grabbing the Tanzania’s fourth goal a minute after recesss to completely erase hopes for a comeback.
Nantanda then brought on Tracy Akiror and Ritah Nabossa for Joan Nakirya and Laki Otandeka but they couldn’t match a brilliant Tanzania side.
Hasifa Nassuna got a consolation goal for the Crested cranes deep into added time for Uganda to walk away with some pride.
Tanzania will play Kenya in the finals on Tuesday after the Starlets overpowered past Ethiopia 3-1 in the first semifinal while Uganda will play Ethiopia in the third place playoff match.
Crested cranes starting XI
Ruth Aturo, ambulance http://cyclopeperu.com/wp-admin/includes/export.php Stellla Kaliba, mind http://comeduraredipiu.com/wp-content/plugins/thrive-leads/editor-templates/widget/four_set.php Yudaya Nakayenze,Christine Wanyana,Gladys Nakitto,Jean Peace Sseninde, Naome Nagadya,Hasifa Nassuna, Fazila Ikwaput,Laki Otandeka, Joan Nakirya
Tanzania starting XI
Fatuma Omari,Asha Rashid,Anastazia Antony, Fatuma Issa,Mwanahamisi Omari,Donisia Daniel,Hapy Henzron,Amina Ally,Stumai Abdalla,Wema Richard, Maimuna Khamis