News reaching our desk indicates how former Crested Cranes defender Jean Sseninde has crossed over from Queens Park Rangers W.F.C to Trinity FC. She joins a side that plays in England's regional league.
Born to Rosemary Sseninde, the State Minister for Primary Education in the Ugandan Cabinet, who also concurrently serves as the Wakiso District Women's Representative in the Parliament of Uganda, Jean Namayega Sseninde is a well branded former Uganda Women's national team (The Crested Cranes) defender whose talent has never at any time been doubted.
She has played for Gayaza High School -O'level and St. Mary's Kitende-A'level (both in Uganda), Charlton Athletic Women Football Club, London Phoenix Ladies WFC, Queens Park Rangers Women Football Club and Crystal Palace WFC (all in England).
Born on 4th December 1992, the 27 year old defender hosts an annual tournament known as "Sseninde Women development Cup" aimed at developing Women's talents and improving their lives. Last year (2019) in August, the tournament celebrated it's fourth anniversary and we're looking forward to seeing if the fifth will be conducted this year too.
Blizz Uganda wishes Uganda's Women football Giant are a prosperous stint at her new home, Trinity Women Football Club.