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Brian Lara is expected to visit Uganda in June, according to the Daily Monitor. He has been invited by the Trinidad & Tobago High Commission and the Uganda Cricket Association (UCA) to visit between June 2 and 10.
"The provisional schedule includes a meeting with the sports minister, cricket sponsors and also hold two training sessions with the national team," a source told the newspaper.
Lara will be visiting the nation's main cricket venue - Queen Elizabeth National Park in Kasese - as well as a number of schools. He is also expected to feature in a friendly game at Lugogo Oval and attend a dinner hosted by the UCA.
Uganda recently finished 10th among 12 teams at the ICC World Cup Qualifiers, losing to Bermuda by eight wickets in the 9th place playoff.
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