After a week of highly competitive cricket at the ICC World Twenty20 Africa C Qualifying tournament, the general consensus was one of a memorable time had by all.
They say there is no substitute for experience, and James Moses of Botswana proved that old adage very true on the final day of the ICC World Twenty20 Africa C Qualifier tournament in Gaborone.
The ICC World Twenty20 Africa C Qualifier concludes with Botswana and Namibia set to play in the showpiece match today.
On a day of comprehensive victories in other matches, Malawi pipped Lesotho by four runs as the match went down to the last ball day four of the ICC World Twenty20 Africa C Qualifier tournament in Botswana.
Hosts Botswana were the big winners on day three of the ICC WorldTwenty20 Africa C Qualifiers, as they helped themselves to two victories.
The second day of the ICC World Twenty20 Africa C Qualifier, in Botswana, saw Namibia carry on their fine form, and put a marker down for the rest of the teams to pursue.
The ICC World Twenty20 Africa ‘C’ Qualifiers are underway in Botswana, with favourites Namibia, as well as the hosts Botswana, off to an ideal start.
The ICC World Twenty20 Africa ‘C’ Qualifiers began at the Botswana Cricket Oval in Gaborone on Sunday.
Nigeria’s Mohameed Taiwo took 4-10 as Mozambique racked up seven ducks.
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