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Nigeria names Women’s group for Kwibuka Worldwide competition

In front of it’s 4th appearance at the Kwibuka Global Women’s competition, a rundown of 14-women to address Nigeria has been named.

Nigeria’s Women Cricket crew nicknamed the ‘ Female Yellow Greens ‘ will withdraw for the competition on Friday June 9, 2023.

The group will partake at the 9th version of the Kwibuka Worldwide Women’s competition to be facilitated in Kigali, Rwanda.

On the rundown of players to Rwanda are longest serving and most experienced female Cricket player Blessing Etim who will lead the group as captain to be upheld by Favor Esiegbe as Vice Captain.

Other striking names on the rundown are Salome Sunday, Lucky Piety, Rachael Samson and Agatha Obulor.

Oseyande Omokhiobhio and Omonye Asika gets back to the group subsequent to missing the Nigeria Cricket Alliance Women’s Global competition in Spring, while at the same time bowling sensation Lillian Ude won’t be on the trip to Kigali because of Scholastic commitment.

Nigeria will show up in the Cricket competition and will hope to proceed with their fine structure from being delegated Heroes of the NCF Women’s Worldwide competition recently in Lagos.

In readiness, Nigeria Cricket Alliance set up camp the Female Green Yellows in Edo State at the superior exhibition place where the players have were put through some serious hardship in anticipation of the competition.

18 players were invited to camp and after a system of batting, bowling and handling drills combined with series of well disposed matches, a last 14 crew rundown will continue to the competition in Kigali.

Last Rundown OF 14 PLAYERS FOR NIGERIA

  1. Blessing Etim (Captain)
  2. Favor Eseigbe (V.Captain)
  3. Esther Sandy
  4. Salome Sunday
  5. Lucky Piety
  6. Agatha Obulor
  7. Omonye Asika
  8. Oseyande Omonkhobhio
  9. Adekunle Adeshola
  10. Abigail Igbobie
  11. Sarah Etim
  12. Rukayat Abdulrasaq
  13. Racheal Samson
  14. Peculier Agboya

At the competition, Nigeria will fight Uganda, Kenya, Botswana and host Rwanda in the Kwibuka Global Women’s competition planned to occur from the 10th – 18th of June 2023.

In a connected development, the Nigeria Cricket Organization has selected Sarah Bhakita Wetoto previous Kenya Global and Vice-Captain as a batting expert and tutor to the female Public groups.