Ishimwe Henriette Woman of the match

Rwanda’s Mixed on Day 2 Fortunes at IPRC Ground: Victorious Over Kenya, Defeated by Uganda

In a day of contrasting results at the IPRC Ground in Rwanda, the home team had a rollercoaster performance. In

In a day of contrasting results at the IPRC Ground in Rwanda, the home team had a rollercoaster performance. In the morning match, Rwanda emerged victorious over Kenya by a commanding 8-wicket margin. However, their fortunes took a downturn in the afternoon encounter against Uganda, where they suffered a defeat by 7 wickets.

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the Ishimwes

Henritte Ishimwe, showcasing exceptional all-round skills, played a pivotal role in Rwanda’s success against Kenya. Not only did she impress with a bowling figure of 2 wickets for 16 runs, but she also displayed her batting prowess by remaining unbeaten at 48 runs. Her contributions played a vital part in securing the hosts’ second triumph of the tournament.

Nonetheless, the afternoon contest proved to be a formidable challenge for Rwanda, as they were thwarted by an outstanding display of fast bowling by Evelyn Anyipo from Uganda. Anyipo’s spellbound the home team’s top order, leaving them in a precarious position from which they could not recover. Rwanda could only manage to reach a total of 80/8, with Gisele Ishimwe offering some resistance with a defiant knock of 33 runs, fighting a lone battle.

During the chase, Uganda comfortably reached the target of 82 runs without facing much resistance. Despite a few dropped catches that provided a lifeline to Janet Mbabazi, the Ugandan team showcased their dominance, securing their second victory in the tournament. As a result, Uganda now holds the second position in the standings, trailing behind Nigeria, while Rwanda occupies the third spot with two wins and two defeats. On the other hand, Botswana and Kenya are yet to secure a victory in the tournament, remaining winless.