Result of day 6 of Kwibuka Women’s T20I 2023

Gahanga Ground

Morning: Kenya W Vs Botswana W

Kenya women 82/8 10/0

Botswana women 82/7 9/0

KENYA WOMEN won the super over

Afternoon: Nigeria W Vs Botswana W

Botswana 114/4

Nigeria 91/8

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IPRC Ground

Morning: Uganda W Vs Rwanda W

Rwanda 31 all out

Uganda 32/0

Uganda won by 10 wickets

Afternoon: Rwanda W Vs Kenya W

Kenya 54 all out

Rwanda 55/3

Rwanda won by 7 wickets

The Kwibuka Women’s T20I tournament has been an exciting event so far, with some thrilling matches taking place at the Gahanga and IPRC grounds. The most interesting game of the tournament so far was a super over affair between Kenya and Botswana at the Gahanga ground. Kenya managed to win the game by the barest of margins, thanks to the experience of Queentor Abel and Vanessa Ooko.

However, things didn’t go well for Kenya in their next game against Rwanda at the IPRC ground. Rwanda bundled out Kenya for just 54 runs, with Henriette Ishimwe being the star of the show with figures of 4/11. Rwanda chased down the target comfortably, winning the game by seven wickets.

Kenya women Batting

Meanwhile, at the Gahanga ground, Botswana created history by defeating Nigeria for the first time in T20I history. Botswana notched up the second-highest score of the tournament, 114/4 in their 20 overs. Nigeria needed a good result to stay in the hunt for a place in the final, but Botswana managed to control the game and pick up a 23-run win. The loss for Nigeria dented their chances of making the final, and they will need other results to go their way and also defeat Uganda in the final round-robin game.

Rwanda, who are currently looking over their shoulder at Nigeria, suffered a heavy defeat at the hands of Uganda at the IPRC ground. Rwanda was asked to bat first and never got out of first gear, losing wickets in succession before finishing on 31. Uganda knocked off the requirement inside seven overs, winning the game by 10 wickets.

The focus now shifts to Nigeria and Rwanda as they battle it out for a place in the final. Uganda has virtually guaranteed their place in the final and will be waiting for either Rwanda or Nigeria to join them. It will be interesting to see how the final round-robin game at the Gahanga ground unfolds and which team will make it to the final to face Uganda.