In an exciting match held at the IPRC Oval in Kigali, Uganda Women’s cricket team emerged as the winners against Botswana Women’s cricket team in the 12th game of the Kwibuka Women’s T20 2023 tournament. Uganda Women won the toss and chose to field first, putting Botswana Women in to bat.

The Botswana Women’s team started their innings with determination, but the Uganda Women’s bowlers applied pressure and restricted them to a score of 81 runs for the loss of 7 wickets in their allotted 20 overs. Florence Samanyika from Botswana Women’s team played a resilient innings, scoring 31 runs off 42 balls, with a strike rate of 73.81, including a few well-timed boundaries that helped stabilize her team’s innings.amazon offerte ugg amazon  evga rtx 2080 best  מחסני חשמל מבצעים באר שבע מכונת כביסה  nomi dei tavoli  bauchtasche frauen  rte carta  شروط التقديم بمعهد السكرتارية العسكرية للبنات 2019  muške brodarice  אוזניות בלוטות של אפל  guess slippers  parkolásgátló felszerelése  suport telefon auto allview  przez te dresy zielone  adidas superstar bot metalic  billie eilish merch bershka hoodie 

Ariokat Malisa, the Uganda Women’s team’s bowling leader, bowled brilliantly and claimed 3 crucial wickets. Consylate Awekonimungu also contributed significantly, picking up 2 wickets for 19 runs in her 4 overs, maintaining an economy rate of 4.75.

Chasing a target of 82 runs, Uganda Women approached the run chase confidently. The Ugandan opening pair set a solid foundation, with Jimia Mohammed scoring 21 runs off 21 balls at a strike rate of 100. Her partnership with Immaculate Nakisuyi helped stabilize the chase, with Nakisuyi smashing 18 runs off just 6 balls, maintaining an impressive strike rate of 100.

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In the end, Uganda Women achieved the target comfortably in 13.4 overs with 6 wickets in hand. Their disciplined batting and aggressive intent helped them secure a well-deserved victory over Botswana Women’s team. The win was a team effort, with all players contributing to the successful chase.

Florence Samanyika of Botswana Women’s team was not only impressive with the bat but also made a mark with the ball, picking up 2 wickets for 17 runs in her 4 overs, maintaining an economy rate of 4.25. Her all-round performance was commendable, despite her team falling short in the match.

With this victory, Uganda Women’s cricket team continued to showcase their dominance in the tournament, displaying excellent skills and teamwork. They will be looking to carry this momentum forward as they aim for a strong finish in the Kwibuka Women’s T20 2023.

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