Botswana Cricket Association’s National 50 Over Tournament in the North has concluded their league stage, with Phikwe Rangers and Shashe Eagles qualifying for the knock-out semi-final stages scheduled for June. Phikwe will host the team placed 2nd in the South while Shashe Eagles will travel to Gaborone to play the leaders of the South log.
In the South, games continue to be played as there are more teams and the slight change on the dates of fixtures with the North.
Please find attached the Points Table and Log Standing for both North & South and also included is the summary of all matches played so far………for your kind perusal and record
The BCA sincerely thanks all the participating teams, volunteers, stakeholders and members of the media for their continued encouragement and support in subscribing to our Mission of “Bringing Cricket to the Nation”
The ACA staged a successful AGM which was held in Nairobi Kenya.
The Executive Board of Directors Meeting which was held on the 4th May 2018 at the Royal Orchid Hotel at their Executive Office.
Major issues and discussions that were undertaken for moving the association forward.
The Agenda is attached for matter that were discussed.
At UKM Bangi Oval on 6th May , Uganda beat Jersy winning Division 4 and securing a position in WCL Division 3 as well. It was a repaly betwen Uganda and Jersy as Saturday's match was stopped due to rain. With a struggling start , 26 for 5, Uganda could score only 90 runs in 37 overs, by the time they were bowled out. But while chasing the Jersy were dismissed in 83 in the 35h over. In another match on the same day, Denmark also secured their position in Divison 3 beating Malaysia[read more]
Ghana wins the ACA T20 AFRICA CUP - WEST AFRICA REGIONAL QUALIFIERS - NIGERIA 2018 beating Nigeria in the finals at Tafawa Balewa Square. The finals was played on Sunday 29th April 2018. Ghana crowned this achievement without loosing any of their matches in the series.
In the final match against the hosts, Nigeria, Ghana opted to chase. Nigeria scored 109 run losing 9 wickets. Ghana met the target in 16.2 overs taking 110 runs, losing 3 wickets and became the champion of the series. With brilliant 5 catches, Julius Horlali Mensah bagged Man of the Match.[read more]