Rwanda Cricket Association (RCA) will be hosting the Nigerian Women’s squad for a five match T20 series at Gahanga Cricket Stadium in Kigali from Sep 04th – 07th, 2019. After Rwanda Women toured Nigeria earlier in Jan 2019, this will be the corresponding return leg being played between the two nations. All matches will be official T20I’s and will carry rating points towards ICC Women’s T20I team rankings.
Nigeria won the Jan 2019 series held in Abuja 3-2 and Rwanda will be looking for home conditions advantage to win the series. Rwanda held the Kwibuka Women’s T20I quadrangular series in Jul 2019 at Gahanga Cricket Stadium, where they hosted Tanzania, Uganda and Mali Women’s team’s.
Nigeria Women tour of Rwanda Schedule (local timings)
04th Sep 2019: 1st T20I @9:30AM & 2nd T20I @1:50PM
06th Sep 2019: 3rd T20I @9:30AM & 4th T20I @1:50PM
07th Sep 2019: 5th T20I @1:50PM
Nigeria Women: Samantha Agazuma (Captain), Agatha Obulor, Blessing Etim, Mary Desmond, Rachael Samson, Taiwo Abdulquari, Salome Sunday, Kehinde Abdulquari, Shakirat Oyewole, Esther Sandy, Blessing Frank, Favour Eseigbe, Omonye Asika & Fyneface Fate
Rwanda Women: Sarah Uwera (Captain), Gisele Ishimwe, Henriette Ishimwe, Sifa Ingabire, Alice Ikuzwe, Josiane Nyirandikumeza, Ishimwe Dusabemungu, Neema Micheline, Immaculate Muhawenimana, Cathia Uwamahoro, Divine Igihozo, Belyse Murekatete, Margueritte Vumiliya & Delphine Mukarurangwa
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