LADY Chevrons have booked their final berth in the International Cricket Council Women’s Twenty20 World Cup Africa Qualifier after beating Uganda by 14 runs at the Botswana Cricket Association Oval in Gaborone on Friday.
On Thursday, the Mary-Anne Musonda captained Lady Chevrons defeated Rwanda by 52 runs to pick up their fifth straight win in the tournament and finish on top of Group A.
Friday’s win was their sixth in as many games and they are now set to meet either Namibia or Tanzania.
Namibia topped Group B with four wins.
For her impressive batting performance of 40 runs off 25 balls and impressive bowling act against Uganda, Zimbabwe’s Precious Marange was awarded the Player of the Match award.
Zimbabwe are the defending champions after they won the tournament in 2019 courtesy of a win by 50 overs at Harare Sports Club.
Sadly, for the Zimbabwean girls, they could not proceed to the 2019 ICC Women’s T20 World Cup Qualifier after Namibia took their place at the global event after Zimbabwe were suspended by the ICC.