Uganda U17 Women’s National Team will on Wednesday morning head to Cameroon ahead of the return leg against in the 2024 FIFA U17 Women’s World Cup Qualifiers.
The first leg played at St. Mary’s on Saturday ended in a one-all draw and the contest will therefore be decided in the return leg. Agnes Nabukenya scored for Uganda while Ernestine Heutcho equalized for Cameroon.
Coach Sheryl Botes has named a travelling squad of 17 players that will be tasked with the duty to get a positive result at Stade de Ngoa-Ekellé,Yaounde on Friday when the two teams face off again.
The travelling contingent will be headed by FUFA Executive Committee Member Issa Magoola (Leader of Delegation) and will depart Entebbe International Airport at 2:45AM aboard Ethiopian Airways.
The winner between Uganda and Cameroon on aggregate will face either Zambia or Tanzania in the third round.
Lillian Nakilya (St. Noa SS WFC), Angella Adeke (Royal Queens FC), Dorcus Namboozo (Byafaayo Queens FC)
Faridah Namirimu (Wakiso Hill WFC), Desire Katisi Natooro (Asubo Ladies FC), Bethany Kaluya (Bright and Hove Albion Ladies FC), Promise Kwagalakwe (Kawempe Muslom Ladies FC), Fahima Babirye (Kawempe Muslim Ladies FC),Joyce Kainza (Byafaayo Queens FC)
Agnes Nabukenya (Kawempe Muslim Ladies FC), Esther Nangendo (Kawempe Muslim Ladies FC), Bushirah Muhammad Nalunkuuma (Rines SS), Anitah Nambuusi (Devine Soccer Academy)
Tamisi Shafiga (Byafaayo Queens FC), Slyvia Kabene (St. Noa Girls SS), Shadia Nabirye (Kawempe Muslim SS), Dorcus Kisakye (Kawempe Muslim Ladies FC)
Issa Magoola – Leader of Delegation
Paul Mukatabala Nantulya – National Teams Officer/ Advance Party
Sheryl Botes Ulanda – Head Coach
Charles Ayiekoh Lukula – Assistant Coach
David Ribeiro – Goalkeeping Coach
George Ssebuliba – Goalkeeping Coach
Allan Nsubuga Magunda – Video Analyst
Danny Kirumira – Sports Scientist
Stella Nankumba– Team Doctor
Darlian Kyasiimire – Team Physiotherapist
Cissy Nakiguba Gaudensia – Equipment Manager
Joan Namusisi – Team Coordinator
Conrad Musiime – Media Officer