The Botswana Cricket Association (BCA) Oval will host a Four Nations Under-19 girls tournament that starts today until Sunday.
The tournament will feature four nations, Namibia, Mozambique, Zimbabwe and the hosts Botswana.
Botswana play Mozambique in the opening match this morning at 9:30am.
Botswana has 15 players in camp under the guidance of BCA development officer, Elvis Chipfumbu. However, Botswana will miss the services of hard-hitting Shameela Mosweu who has graduated to the senior team. Florence Samanyika captains the team.
Botswana hosts the four nations tournament every year in a bid to help develop the girls’ cricket. Zimbabwe are the defending champions.
Botsogo Mpedi, Collin Mokibelo, Tuelo Shadrack, Amantle Mokgotlhe, Thapelo Modise, Goabilwe Matome, Laura Mophakedi (w/k), Botho Freeman, Florence Samanyika (capt), Olebogeng Batisani, Jacqueline Kgang, Bontle Madimabe, Precious Leano Modimo, Thandiwe Legabile, Precious Pebe
21.08.2015 - Botswana vs Mozambique, BCA –A
21.08.2015 - Zimbabwe vs Namibia, BCA-B
22.08.2015 - Mozambique vs Zimbabwe, BCA-A
22.08.2015 - Botswana vs Namibia, BCA-B
23.08.2015 - Botswana vs Zimbabwe, BCA-A
23.08.2015 - Namibia vs Mozambique, BCA-B
All matches will commence at 9:30am