Kitende topped group B unscratched with a maximum eight points with 337 goals scored and 101 conceded. They will face group A runners-up Kawanda S.S (205 goals scored and 136 conceded) as they ended with 6 points. Kawanda S.S’ only greyish patch was the 32-46 loss to St Noa Girls Zzana.
The two semi-final duels shall be played at the St. Bernadette Sports Complex, Huye – Rwanda. It will be a battle of tactics from the respective technical dockets of all four Ugandan teams. Whichever team attains their tactics right with the minimal turn-overs and best scoring rate will definitely progress to the long-awaited finals.
The finals are expected to be played on Sunday, 26th August 2023. On the same day, the 20th edition of these games shall climax at Huye International Stadium.
Aside from Netball, Uganda has also been dominant in soccer (boys and girls). They are also dominant in Table Tennis (boys and girls), Badminton (boys and girls), Swimming and Handball (girls). The country is the overall defending champion in these games.
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