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Uganda Secures Victory over Ethiopia in CECAFA U18 Women’s Championship

The Uganda U-18 Women’s National Football Team made a triumphant start in the CECAFA U-18 Women’s Championship by defeating Ethiopia in a spirited encounter.

In a closely contested match held at the Azam Complex Stadium in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, Uganda emerged victorious with a 1-0 scoreline. The decisive goal came from Allen Nassazi, who came on as a second-half substitute for Shamsa Najjuma. Nassazi’s moment of magic came in the 63rd minute, capitalizing on a beautifully calculated effort from Uganda’s goalkeeper, Sharon Kaidu.

Despite Ethiopia’s relentless attempts in the final minutes, Uganda showcased resiliency and managed to hold on to secure three crucial points in their opening match of the CECAFA tournament.

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With this glorious victory, Uganda currently sits in second place in the group, trailing behind Tanzania only on goal difference. Tanzania, the hosts of the championship, kicked off the tournament with an impressive 3-0 win over Burundi.

The Ugandan U-18 Women’s team, fueled by their exciting start, will now set their sights on their next match against Zanzibar. They aim to continue their winning streak and maintain their dream start in the tournament.

As the competition progresses, fans and supporters of the Uganda U-18 Women’s National Team will eagerly cheer them on, hoping for more impressive performances and exciting victories in the CECAFA U-18 Women’s Championship.

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The players’ dedication, teamwork, and determination will be the driving force behind their pursuit of glory in this prestigious regional tournament. With the support of their coaching staff and the nation behind them, the future looks bright for the Ugandan U-18 Women’s Team in the ongoing CECAFA championship.

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