Cricket Cranes head coach Lawrence Mahatlane believes all the hard work has to be done at the training ground. In the past months, the South African coach has been preparing the team for a busy 2021 international season with non residential training at Lugogo.
During that period, the team has been engaged in a number of trial matches both 50 Over and T20. Based on the
performance during the games, a squad of
26 players have been named for a ten-day
residential camp in Entebbe.
Brian Masaba, the captain of the team, explained the purpose of the camp.
As a team, we felt it was necessary to
get the guys together somewhere away
from Kampala, somewhere where we
could be isolated so that we could focus
a bit on things like team culture and
where we feel we can take this team
going forward. Work commitments have kept Shazad
Kamal and Roger Mukasa out of the camp.
Dinesh Nakrani and Ronak Patel wont be
part of the camp but Mahatlane is happy
with the training squad as is.
“It’s about finding a way, the mission, and
vision, and what we are about.
Understanding who we play for and why we
play the game.
“I’m very happy with the twenty six, it is a
very good balance,” said Mahatlane.
The training camp will run from Monday,
- Arnold Otwani
- Emmanuel Hasahya
- Simon Ssesazi
- Ham Kayondo
- Perry Wazombe
- Brian Masaba
- Kenneth Waiswa
- Frank Akankwasa
- Fred Acellam
- Steven Wabwose
- Riazat Shah
- Rogers Olipa
- Frank Nsubuga
- Henry Senyondo
- Gerald Mubiru
- Derrick Bakunzi
- Siraje Nsubuga
- Jonathan Ssebanja
- Jonathan Kizza
- Cosmas Kyewuta
- Trevor Bukenya
- Pascal Murungi
- Saud Islam
- Davis Karashani
- Deus Muhumuza
- Harsh Panchal