The Cricket Cranes secured their second victory against Takashinga on their tour to Zimbabwe on Tuesday with six wickets
Winning the toss, Uganda opted to field first, successfully limiting Takashinga to 123 runs for 8 wickets in their allotted 20 overs.
In response, Uganda's batting lineup showed strength and coordination, achieving 124 runs for the loss of only 4 wickets.
Notable performances were seen from the opening batsmen Simon Ssesazi, who scored 38 runs off 34 balls, and Ronak Patel, contributing 35 runs from 27 balls.
This win sets a positive tone for Uganda as they prepare for their third game in a series of six matches scheduled during the tour.
This tour serves as an essential part of Uganda's preparation for the upcoming ICC T20 World Cup Africa Qualifiers in Namibia, slated to take place from November 22nd to 30th.
Uganda will compete alongside Namibia, Kenya, Nigeria, Zimbabwe, Tanzania, and Rwanda for the two available spots in the T20 World Cup finals, which will be held next year in the USA and West Indies.