Cricket: Uganda to host the ICC Challenge league B, six Nations set to lock horns

Uganda is set to host the second round of the International Cricket Council (ICC) Challenge League B starting from June 14th-28th 2022.

This tournament was previously scheduled to be held in January 2022. However, the event was postponed due to the global Omricon outbreak.

The Challenge League B shall be a global pathway to the 2023 ICC 50 over World Cup that will be held in India.

Oman played host to the first round of the event where the Cricket Cranes were able to win all their five games to occupy the table summit.

However, the COVID-19 global pandemic delayed its continuation of in 2020 and 2021, but, as the World Cup draws come closer it has become paramount to hold the event.

The 2019 Africa T20 World Cup qualifiers was Uganda’s last major cricket hosted event. Uganda Cricket Cranes are eyeing to utilize the home opportunity to maintain their top position on the table.

Kenya, Hong Kong, Bermuda, Jersey, and Italy will join Uganda in Kampala with the action expected to take place in Lugogo and Kyambogo.

The third and final leg of the Challenge League B will be held in Jersey from July 28th-10th August later this year.

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