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Uganda opener Roger Mukasa's maiden century gave the visitors their second successive win over Bermuda in Hamilton.
A hurricane threat over the weekend forced the home board to cancel the two scheduled 50-over games and convert the Twenty20 to be played on Monday into a 50-over affair - the last national fixture for coach Gus Logie, whose contract with Bermuda will run out shortly.
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