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Lutalo: Draws show it’s time to work

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Lutalo: Draws show it’s time to work. photo/ Daily Monitor

Crested Cranes coach George Lutalo has not been losing sleep praying for luck ahead of tonight’s Africa Women’s Cup of Nations (Awcon 2022) draw in Morocco.

Crested Cranes coach George Lutalo has not been losing sleep praying for luck ahead of tonight’s Africa Women’s Cup of Nations (Awcon 2022) draw in Morocco.

And work they must. This Awcon has grown from eight to 12 teams after all is a pathway to next year’s World Cup in New Zealand and Australia that also grows from 24 to 32 teams.

The semifinalists qualify for the World Cup directly while the 5th and 6th ranked teams in Morocco will go to Australia and New Zealand for an inter-continental qualifier later in the year.  Can the Crested Cranes squeeze themselves in there?

It will be a dream come true for the players. Lutalo kicks off preparations are the end of the Fufa Women Super League season on May 20.

He has largely made up his mind on who should be in camp for the preparatory Cecafa Women Championships due May 22 to June 2.

“Only an announcement on who made the team is pending.

But we are also open to a few changes if there are players who can step up or even drop their level between now and the tournament. The ball is still in the players’ courts to continue working hard,” he added.

SEEDS 

Morocco,
Nigeria,
Cameroon
Pot 1:
Uganda,
Togo, Zambia, Burundi,
Tunisia,
Senegal, Botswana, Burkina Faso, South Africa

Black power, Kyetume and Maroons earn promotion to Uganda Premier League

Bida (R) got the scoreboard ticking for Kyetume. Photo/ John Batanudde

Blacks Power FC, Maroons FC and Kyetume FC are the three teams that have earned a promotion to next season’s Uganda Premier League.

Kataka FC who was the other contender failed to make the cut, after suffering a 3-2 loss at home to Kyetume FC.

Blacks Power FC emerged as Champions of the season after claiming a 2-1 win over visiting Luweero United FC.

Brian Kone had given Luweero United the lead but a double from Michael Siwu guided the home side to victory.

The win meant Blacks Power topped the table on 39 points after 20 games, finishing a point above Maroons FC who won 5-0 away to Nyamityobora FC.

The third promotion slot was taken by Kyetume FC who defeated Kataka FC 3-2 at Mbale Municipal Stadium.

Kyetume led 3-0 at the break with goals coming from Ezra Bida, and Ezra Kaye Kizito before Kataka attempted a comeback through Emmanuel Mukisa and Francis Odongo.

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