Uganda women's national rugby union team

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Union Uganda Rugby Football Union
Nickname(s) the Lady Cranes
Team kit

The Uganda women's national rugby union team are a national sporting side of the Uganda, representing them at rugby union. The side first played in 2005.

History[edit]

Results summary[edit]

(Full internationals only)

Rugby: Uganda internationals 2005-
Opponent First game Played Won Drawn Lost Percentage
 Kenya 2006 16 8 1 7 53.12%
 Rwanda 2005 2 2 0 0 100.00%
 South Africa 2013 1 0 0 1 0.00%
Summary 2013 19 10 1 8 55.27%

Results[edit]

See Women's international rugby for information about the status of international games and match numbering

Full internationals[edit]

[484]
2005-02-26 Rwanda  0-92  Uganda Kigali [1/1/1]
[518]
2005-12-10 Uganda  81-0  Rwanda Kampala [2/2/2]
[553]
2006-09-09 Uganda  24-0  Kenya Kampala [3/1/1]
[558]
2006-08-12 Kenya  0-3  Uganda Nairobi [2/4/2]
[699]
2008-05-24 Uganda  18-7  Kenya Kampala [5/3/3]
[711]
2008-08-16 Kenya  15-13  Uganda Nairobi [4/6/4]
[762]
2009-08-15 Kenya  38-5  Uganda Nairobi [5/7/5]
[771]
2009-08-29 Uganda  12-5  Kenya Kampala [8/6/6]
[813]
2010-05-22 Uganda  10-10  Kenya Kampala [9/7/7]
[813]
2010-05-22 Kenya  8-0  Uganda Nairobi [8/10/8]
[831]
2010-07-03 Uganda  8-5  Kenya Kampala [11/9/9]
[832]
2010-07-10 Kenya  16-8  Uganda Nairobi [10/12/10]
[891]
2011-07-09 Kenya  22-10  Uganda Nairobi [11/13/11]
[898]
2011-07-16 Uganda  29-10  Kenya Kampala [14/12/12]
[935]
2012-04-21 Uganda  15-6  Kenya Kyadondo Rugby Club, Kampala [15/13/13]
[936]
2012-04-28 Kenya  15-3  Uganda RFUEA, Nairobi [14/16/14]
[993]
2013-06-15 Kenya  18-17  Uganda Moi International Sports Centre, Nairobi [15/17/15]
[994]
2013-06-22 Uganda  13-8  Kenya Kyadondo Rugby Club, Kampala [18/16/16]
[1015]
2013-09-07 [WCQ] South Africa  63-3  Uganda East London, Eastern Cape [33/19/1]

Other matches[edit]

[-]
2004-12-04 Uganda XV  183-0[1]  Rwanda XV Kampala [-/-/-]
[-]
2005-08-13 Ugandan Select XV  58-0  Kenyan Barbarians Kampala [-/-/-]

External links[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Both teams included underage players