Frank Nsubuga      

Full name Franco Nsubuga

Born August 28, 1980, Nsambia

Current age 34 years 234 days

Major teams East Africa, Uganda

Batting style Right-hand bat

Bowling style Right-arm offbreak

Franco Nsubuga
Batting and fielding averages
Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave BF SR 100 50 4s 6s Ct St
First-class 7 13 2 385 64 35.00 621 61.99 0 2 10 0
List A 45 42 4 772 98 20.31 0 3 23 0
Twenty20 22 22 1 238 30 11.33 203 117.24 0 0 16 13 5 0
Bowling averages
Mat Inns Balls Runs Wkts BBI BBM Ave Econ SR 4w 5w 10
First-class 7 1211 556 20 4/20 27.80 2.75 60.5 1 0 0
List A 45 2226 1382 41 4/39 4/39 33.70 3.72 54.2 1 0 0
Twenty20 22 22 491 457 16 3/9 3/9 28.56 5.58 30.6 0 0 0
Career statistics
First-class debut Namibia v Uganda at Windhoek, Apr 23-25, 2004 scorecard
Last First-class Namibia v Uganda at Windhoek, Sep 18-21, 2010 scorecard
List A debut Denmark v Uganda at Muckamore, Jul 1, 2005 scorecard
Last List A Canada v Uganda at Windhoek, Jan 24, 2015 scorecard
Twenty20 debut United Arab Emirates v Uganda at Dubai (DSC), Jan 26, 2010 scorecard
Last Twenty20 Bermuda v Uganda at Dubai (CA2), Nov 26, 2013 scorecard
Recent matches
Bat & Bowl Team Opposition Ground Match Date Scorecard
2/12, 0 Uganda v Ghana Benoni (B) 31 Mar 2015 Other T20
1/15, 0 Uganda v Namibia Benoni (C) 30 Mar 2015 Other T20
0, 1/8 Uganda v Botswana Benoni (B) 29 Mar 2015 Other T20
13, 0/12 Uganda v Kenya Benoni 28 Mar 2015 Other T20
2/12 Uganda v Tanzania Benoni 27 Mar 2015 Other T20
1/37 Uganda v Canada Windhoek 24 Jan 2015 LA
9 Uganda v Netherlands Windhoek 23 Jan 2015 LA
1/34, 0 Uganda v Canada Windhoek 21 Jan 2015 LA
21, 2/23 Uganda v Kenya Windhoek 20 Jan 2015 LA
5, 1/35 Uganda v Namibia Windhoek 18 Jan 2015 LA
Profile

An offspinning allrounder whose swashbuckling knocks in the lower middle order complement his miserly bowling, Frank Nsubuga made his international debut playing for East and Central Africa in the 1997 ICC Trophy, aged just 16. He soon established his place in the national side, making his first-class debut against Namibia in the Intercontinental Cup in 2004 and earning himself a Man of the Match award as Uganda won by five wickets. Nsubuga steered his team to victory in the World Cricket League final against Argentina three years later, starring with both bat and ball, and has since settled into his role as a senior player for Uganda across all formats.
Liam Brickhill May 2011

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Jan 24, 2009

Frank Nsubuga launches one of his three sixes in his 62 off 44 balls, Uganda v Afghanistan, Buenos Aires, January 24, 2009

Frank Nsubuga launches one of his three sixes in his 62 off 44 balls

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Tournament Results
Scotland v U.A.E. at Lincoln - Feb 1, 2014
Scotland won by 41 runs
Hong Kong v P.N.G. at Lincoln - Jan 30, 2014
Hong Kong won by 3 wickets (with 83 balls remaining)
Kenya v Scotland at Christchurch - Jan 30, 2014
Scotland won by 3 wickets (with 3 balls remaining)
Namibia v U.A.E. at Rangiora - Jan 30, 2014
U.A.E. won by 36 runs
Nepal v Uganda at Mount Maunganui (2) - Jan 28, 2014
Nepal won by 160 runs
Canada v Netherlands at Mount Maunganui - Jan 28, 2014
Netherlands won by 8 wickets (with 80 balls remaining)
Hong Kong v Namibia at Rangiora - Jan 28, 2014
Hong Kong won by 76 runs
Kenya v U.A.E. at Christchurch - Jan 28, 2014
U.A.E. won by 13 runs
P.N.G. v Scotland at Lincoln - Jan 28, 2014
Scotland won by 52 runs
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