She Cranes defeated Namibia to register their maiden victory at the Tri-Nations on Thursday evening.
Having lost to South Africa the day before, the She Cranes were rampant as they took care of the Desert Jewels 49-28 in Cape Town.
They took the first quarter 12-06 before ensuring they went into the first half with a five goal lead at 22-17.
The third was a more one sided contest as Uganda put out a defensive masterpiece to limit Namibia to just four goals as they took it 15-04 to head into the final quarter leading 37-21.
There was no difference in the fourth quarter as Uganda continued to press Namibia to claim a 49-28 victory.
She Cranes’ Joan Nampungu was named the player-of-the-match for her performance on the day.
Uganda returns to action on Saturday against the Baby Proteas who are South Africa’s second team.
East Africa Parliamentary games underway
For Namibia, they face South Africa in the other day’s contest.
How both teams started
GS Haniisha Nakaate, GA Irene Eyaru, WA Suzan Mukala, C Stella Oyella (C), WD Privas Kayeny, GD Joan Nampungu, GK Shaffie Nalwanja
Kaspar, GA Nanguloshi Kamutushi, WA Selma Bittler, C Monica Gomases, WD Juzelri Garbers, GD Emmy Kutako, GK Mulenamaswe Mwale