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Meet Frank Nsubuga, the living Cricket legend

by Nnalubaale Sports
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Seasoned spinner Frank Nsubuga is the most experienced player on the side.

He made his debut (not international) in 1996 but he is still churning out dot ball overs for the Cricket Cranes.

Franco or Baresi as he is popularly known is always everywhere on the field and wears his heart on his sleeve.

With competition from the young ones increasing he needs to do well in the ICC Cricket Challenge League B tournament mid this month of June 2022 in Kampala for him to keep his place in the team.

Real Name: Frank Nsubuga

Nickname: Baresi

Status: Two kids, in a relationship

Parents: Father Name, Robert Mukasa
Mother Name, Milly Nakibuka

Education: Naguru Katali Primary School, Kololo High

Former Clubs: Wanderers, African Cricket Club, Tornado, KICC, Simba Union Kenya, Aziz Damani and Lenasia Cricket Club in South Africa.

Current Club: Wanderers CC

Youth Career: Nsubuga made his international debut playing for East and Central Africa in the 1997 ICC Trophy, aged just 16.

Cricket Cranes International Debut: 23rd April 2004 against Namibia at Wanderers Cricket Ground, Windhoek. Nsubuga picked two wickets and hit 62 runs off 78 balls to spur Uganda to victory.

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