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Lagos Cricket Stakeholders Women's T20 - Beyond Expectation

More than we promised, the Lagos Cricket Stakeholders Women's T20 delivered beyond the expectations of everyone. Starting with a bang and ending in fireworks, Lagos State once again underlined her excellence when it comes to delivery of style and flair. All the matches were live-streamed on YouTube for the viewing pleasure of cricket lovers both home and abroad, there was an abundance of representatives from various print media houses, and two notable TV stations - TVC and Tiwantiwa TV...

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The maiden edition of Lagos cricket stakeholders female t20 is about to come to an end as Ibeju-Lekki Cricket Club and Lagos Island Cricket Club make it to the finals leaving out team Epe and team Ikeja to battle for 3rd place. Sunday afternoon's Lagos Cricket Female T20 clash between Ibeju Lekki CC and Lagos Island will be the most talked-about Female T20 final this year. This will be the first time the Team Lagos Female side will be playing ...

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The Cranes doing the double over the Yellow Greens

If you are a Nigerian, a cricket lover, and a frequent reader of our blog it won’t be news to you that both the senior Female and Male national teams are out of the country flying the nation’s flag. The women seek a spot at the ICC women’s T20 world cup while the men hope to shave off the rust, and sharpen their skills while learning in the process as they prepare for the ICC men T20 world cup qualifiers in October by participating in the Pearl of Africa T20I series...

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Nigeria Brushes Sierra Leone in Cricket W/C Qualifier

Nigeria women's Cricket team began her ICC T20 Women's World Cup Qualification Campaign on a sound note with a 5 wickets victory over West Africa rivals Sierra Leone in Gaborone, Botswana on Thursday. Sierra Leone had won the toss and elected to bat first in the opening game of group B at the ICC T20 qualifying event. Opening bowling pair for Nigeria Abdulquadri Taiwo and Efosa Joy bowled decently with the latter getting the 1st wicket...

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ICC Women's T20 World Cup Africia Qualifiers - Nigeria in the Spot Light

Excitements trickle down my spine as a cricketer and as a Nigerian, an associate cricketing nation as international cricket action is upon us. We step into the spotlight this time in Botswana, host of the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup Africa Qualifiers, 2021. The qualifier matches will be played as a Women's Twenty20 International (WT20I), the shortest form of women's international cricket. Nigeria and 10 other cricketing nations will slog it out...

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Kwibuka 2021 - Meet the Stars

From the capital of the land of a thousand hills, the amazon rose. The stage was set, the drum rolled, the actions took place, and the curtains dropped on the Kwibuka 2021 edition where we saw 5 cricketing nations battle it out for supremacy. It was an exciting past week of cricket, and you’d agree with me that every match day picked up momentum from where it was left the day before. We saw amazing team performances as well as individual performances...

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Musings of A Groundsman - Nigeria in Kwibuka: The Evaluation

Just over a week ago, our girls jetted off to Kwibuka, Rwanda to represent about 200 million of us in this beautiful game of cricket. Many of us who followed them have kept keen eyes on their performances against all the nations they have come up against at the tournament. Every international competition is an opportunity for us to assess our many grassroots development programs scattered throughout the country. To start with, a big kudos...

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Musings with the swinger - Unlearn; Relearn!

There's always a sense of anticipation leading up to and during competitions. The anticipation from many angles. The anticipation from the organizers, hoping that their many months of preparation will be worth it. The anticipation from the officials, knowing that each competition is unique; and that they need to put their best feet forward. The anticipation from the fans, expecting nothing but wins. The anticipation from the athletes, getting ready to...

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Over the Hill View - Kwibuka 2021: Rise of the Amazons

It has been an interesting week of cricket so far with stunning individual performances, upsets, and last-over victories. With most teams coming into the competition rusty with little or no competitive matches due to COVID-19 restrictions, all teams took little or no time to sharpen themselves up and got right into the groove of the game. The beautiful Gahanga International Stadium, Kigali hosts this prestigious tournament. ...

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Kwibuka 2021 Between Expectation and Reality

Before all the teams take their hit for their third game from tomorrow, there is a need for an honest review of the matches. First, none of the matches had posted results out of the reach of their rating on the ICC ranking log. But in case you’re out of touch with the respective placements of the teams in Kwubuka, we have them listed below :Kenya (22), Namibia (23), Rwanda (34), Nigeria (40), Botswana (41)...

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Kwibuka: Rise of the Amazons

The Rwandan Cricket Association, as she continues to help the girl-child dream anew, is very worthy of commendation. It is fitting that we are talking about the Rwandan journey in the same breath as girl-child. As the land of "A Thousand Hills" is rising like the phoenix, we call for everyone to support the African woman as she takes her place on the stage and dances with destiny. From June 6, 2021, in what is more than a game of cricket, there would be...

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International Cricket Is Back

Nigeria's female national team is currently flying above our heads en route to Kigali, Rwanda to compete in the Kwibuka tournament. The excitement is tangible albeit unpredictable for cricket fans, even for the most ardent followers of the female game. This year's competition will see the hosts joined by Nigeria, Namibia, Botswana, and Kenya. The Ugandan team pulled out at the last minute due to a breach of the team's bio bubble during preparation....

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Maiden Female Cricket League Ends with Super-Four in Benin

The first Female Cricket League in the country; The South-South Female League would be rounding off this weekend, with Super-Four playoff to crown the winner of the inaugural season in Benin-City, Edo State. Chairman of the Edo State Cricket Association and member representing the South-South Zone on the board of Nigeria Cricket Federation, Mr. Uyi Akpata said, “This event is a landmark event for us and the country. In fact, it is ...

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The South-South Region Launches First Female Cricket League

The Regional Development Officer for the South South, Mr Theophilus Ibodeme has announced that all is now set for the first edition of the South-South Female Cricket League. The first of its kind in Nigeria and West Africa in general.<br/> In a communique released online, Mr Ibodeme expressed great joy as he formally unveiled the names of the Eight (8) Clubs and their Logos....

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