Uganda on Wednesday continued to exhibit their high-class netball performance, winning her fourth game on the trot, trashing Sri-Lank 134-24 in the ongoing World University Championship at Makerere University.
Team Uganda captain Irene Eyaru attributed the continued performance to their hard work.
“We are winning because we are determined and eyeing the trophy, we are hosts, that’s the advantage and we do not want to shame the country,” Eyaru told PML Daily
Sri Lanka like the USA are also yet to win a match but have had a lot to learn.
“We knew we were coming into a very competitive event, said Tushani Wanawaka-Sri Lanka Captain.
“Much as we are losing we have also had our lessons that will make us a much better team next time.
Ranawaka however, hailed her team for it never says die attitude.
“We lost to a better team but we don’t lose hope, we shall correct our mistakes, and win the remaining games, she continued.
Singapore, who lost to South Africa 92-11, were also of a similar view.
“South Africa and Uganda are much bigger than us and we have to improve on our speed and shooting, noted Singapore captain Tabitha Ong.
South Africa who are eyeing their second straight title were in equally impressive as they defeated Singapore 92-11 goals.
Uganda and South Africa remain the two unbeaten teams in the championship.
Day 1 results:
South Africa 117 USA 4
Zimbabwe 44 Sri Lanka 31
Singapore 39 Kenya 38
Uganda 102 USA 16
Day 2 results:
Uganda 105 v Kenya 15
South Africa116 v Sri Lanka 6
Zimbabwe 40 v USA 28
Uganda 77 v Singapore 19
Day 3 results:
Zimbabwe 28 v Kenya 41
South Africa 92 v Singapore 11
Uganda 133 v Sri Lanka 24
USA 40 v Kenya 44
South Africa 105 v Zimbabwe 12
Day 4 schedule:
10:00: Singapore v USA
1200: Sri Lanka v Kenya
14:00: Uganda v Zimbabwe
16:00: Singapore v Sri Lanka