KICC needs to stop the losing streak this weekend in the Jazz Safari Cricket League but they come up against tough opposition in Challengers.
KICC have lost 2 games since last the break to Kutchi Tigers and Tornado B and they are in desperate need of a win.
KICC have the human resource to be able to compete in the likes of National Captain Davis Karashani, Frank Nsubuga and U19 prodigy Zephaniah Arinaitwe. Challengers on the other hand will be counting on the inform Irfan Afridi, Arthur Kyobe and Hamu Kayondo plus fast bowler David Wabwire to help them overcome KICC.
A resurgent Charity takes on Partidar at Lugogo, Partidar gave up on this season before it even began therefore Charity should be able to win easily.
Charity got their first win last weekend defeating Nile Cricket Club and they will be looking for win number 2 while Partidar hasn’t won any game this season and they seem to be destined for relegation.
Damani will take on Kutchi Tigers in Entebbe. Kutchi will be confident coming off a win against KICC. Damani has been inactive for a long time but the rust will have done little to affect their form since the international break.
In Division 2, Tornado will play Premier at Buddo. Premier is on top of Division 2 and will look to maintain that status this weekend. Tornado on the other hand will be looking for pull away from the relegation places.
Jazz Safari National Men’s League 2017
18th June 2017
- Patidar CC VS Charity – 10:30am
- Challengers CC VS KICC – 10:30am
- Kutchi Tigers CC Vs Aziz Damani – 10:30am
- Tornado CC VS Premier CC- 10:30am