Uganda opening bowler Kenneth Kamyuka said that his side was extremely disappointed with the 26-run defeat to Papua New Guinea.

'We are very disheartened as we should have won the match. We took winning for granted and that is something we spoke about in the team meeting,' said Kamyuka.

'We relaxed too much, dropped some easy catches and played some bad shots.'

Uganda who face Hong Kong on Thursday, who beat Cayman Islands on Wednesday, now face a battle to finish in the top two at the tournament, but Kamyuka still believes his side will win a place at the ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifier.

'I am sure that we will win tomorrow and again on Friday,' he added.