Starlets hold Uganda to keep AWCON dream alive


Harambee Starlets players celebrate scoring against Uganda Crested Cranes during the opening day of the 2016 ...
Harambee Starlets players celebrate scoring against Uganda Crested Cranes during the opening day of the 2016 CECAFA Women football championship at the FUFA Technical center in Njeru, Uganda on September 11, 2016. Photo/www.sportpicha.com

In Summary

  • Harambee Starlets have qualified for the second round of the 2018 Africa Women's Cup of Nations qualifiers after claiming a 0-1 aggregate win over Uganda's Crested Cranes
  • Starlets had carried a 1-0 first leg advantage foe the Sunday's return leg at the capital Kampala and held tight for a 0-0 result

Harambee Starlets have qualified for the second round of the 2018 Africa Women’s Cup of Nations qualifiers after claiming a 0-1 aggregate win over Uganda’s Crested Cranes.

Starlets had carried a 1-0 first leg advantage foe the Sunday’s return leg at the capital Kampala and held tight for a 0-0 result.

Coach David Ouma’s charges will thus face Equatorial Guinea in the final round as they seek a potential second return to the continental showpiece which will be staged in Ghana later in the year.

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Carrying a 1-0 first leg

 

held tight to preserve their 1-0

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