Lady Cricket Cranes Celebrate Women’s Day at Naguru Remand Home

To commemorate International Women’s Day, the Lady Cricket Cranes spent the day at the Naguru Remand Home for juveniles.

The visit is part of the Corporate Social Responsibility activities for the Uganda Cricket Association. The ladies were accompanied by Cricket Cranes led by head coach Lawrence Mahatlane and team Captain Brian Masaba. The Uganda Cricket Association delegation was led by chairman Bashir Ansasira, female board representative Mary Nanderenga Makumbi, and CEO Martin Ondeko.

At the remand home, they were received by the caretaker of the home Mrs. Maria Kyomugisha who gave them a brief about the home and the rules of engagement for the day. The home located about a kilometer from the main cricket stadium in Uganda has a population of 103 (100 boys and 3 girls). The group had a brief guided tour of the facility as well as activities at the home.

The cricket group was then introduced to the juveniles and was given a motivational speech from the female board representative Mrs. Mary Nanderenga Makumbi on how cricket can help them impact their communities once they leave the remand home.

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