The She Cranes emerged winners of the 2017 Africa Netball Championship after a 67-50 victory over Zambia in the final game.
Six nations took part in the annual championship: Zambia, Malawi, Namibia Botswana, Zimbabwe and the hosts Uganda, that was led by London-based mercurial player Peace Proscovia.
Five wins out of five, the She Cranes got 10 points and sealed a memorable tournament on the final day of the six-nation event at Lugogo MTN Arena in Kampala by winning all the games at hand, scoring 335 goals and conceding 198.
Uganda started with a convincing victory over Botswana (72-29) on the first day of the tournament last Saturday, the biggest margin in the competition.
Zimbabwe were defending champions of this challenge but the She Cranes managed to outplay them with a 61-45 victory.
Malawi Queens finished with 8 points by winning four games and only lost to the She Cranes 66-43, winning silver.
Uganda is ranked 13th, Zimbabwe 16th and Zambia 15th while Malawi are ranked 6th in the world.
The games Uganda played:
Uganda 72-29 Botswana
Uganda 69-31 Namibia
Uganda 66-43 Malawi
Uganda 61-45 Zimbabwe
Uganda 67-50 Zambia
The table standings
Team P W D L PTS
Uganda 5 5 0 0 10
Malawi 5 4 0 1 8
Zimbabwe 5 3 0 2 6
Zambia 5 2 0 3 4
Botswana 5 1 0 4 2
Namibia 5 0 0 5 0