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FIFA U17 Ladies Phrase Cup qualifies: Botes summons provisional squad for upcoming Zambia double header

Uganda Nationwide Ladies’s crew supervisor, Sherly Botes, has revealed her provisional squad for the forthcoming FIFA U-17 Ladies’s World Cup qualifiers in opposition to Zambia.

5 objective keepers, 9 defenders, sixteen midfielders, and two forwards make the 32 roster.

The group is anticipated to report for residential camp on Sunday, twenty eighth April, 2024 at Cranes Paradise Resort, Kisasi.

The Southern nation host the primary leg on 12 Might, 2024 in Lusaka earlier than the reverse fixture 5 days later at St Mary’s Stadium, Kitende.

The winner on combination right here, advances to the ultimate spherical the place she is destined to satisfy both a North African opponent between both Morocco or Algeria.

The World Cup match for these qualifiers is scheduled happen in Dominican Republic later this yr ranging from 16 October- 3 November, 2024.

Full Provisional Squad

Goalkeepers
Lillian Nakilya (St. Noa SS WFC), Angella Adeke (Royal Queens FC), Ashley Nakabugo (Kawempe Muslim SS), Dorcus Namboozo (Byafaayo Queens), Martha Nabirye (Agape SS)

Defenders
Faridah Namirimu (Wakiso Hill WFC), Charity Katusiime (Tagy Excessive Faculty WFC), Need Katisi Natooro (Asubo Women FC), Bethany Kaluya (Brighton and Hove Albion Women FC), Promise Kwagalakwe (Kawempe Muslim Women FC), Sharlom Nambuya (Byafaayo Queens FC), Barbara Anena (St. Leo’s Gulu), Ritah Anitah Nambuusi (Divine Soccer Academy), Peninah Clara Wetaase (Excel Soccer Academy)

Midfielders
Esther Nangendo (Kawempe Muslim Women FC), Vanessa Namazzi (Kawempe Muslim SS), Tamisi Shafiga(Byafaayo Queens FC), Asia Kakai (Byafaayo Queens FC), Bushirah Nalunkuuma (Rines SS WFC), Babirye Fahima (Kawempe Muslim Women FC), Auki Kigongo (Uganda Martyrs Lubaga WFC), Margret Balimwesa (Iganga Mother and father), Swaibu Lukiya Naigaga (Agape SS), Esther Lwamwaka (Rev. Jaboloni), Mariam Namataka (Byafaayo Queens FC), Doreen Alijat (Byafaayo Queens FC), Joyce Kaniza (Byafaayo Queens FC), Shadia Nabirye (Kawempe Muslim Women FC), Mariam Auma (St. Leo’s Gulu), Monica Nanono (Kawempe Muslim Women FC)

Forwards
Sylvia Kabene (St. Noa SS WFC), Agnes Nabukenya (Kawempe Muslim SS)

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