Zimbabwe Under-19 Women embark on SA tour

The Zimbabwe Under-19 Women’s side travelled to South Africa this Thursday for a five-match Twenty20 (T20) series against South Africa Under-19 Women.

The games will be played on 1, 2, 4, 6 and 7 October at the Sahara Park Willowmoore Cricket Stadium in Benoni.

Both teams are using the series as part of their preparations for the inaugural ICC Under-19 Women’s T20 World Cup to be hosted by South Africa next January.

The Zimbabwe Under-19 Women’s squad includes two players – all-rounder Kelis Ndhlovu and pace bowler Michelle Mavunga – who already boast international experience at senior level.

Ndhlovu was the highest wicket taker at the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup Qualifier 2022 that ended on Sunday in the United Arab Emirates.

During her maiden tour with the seniors in Namibia earlier this year, she shared an unbeaten opening stand worth 158 runs with Sharne Mayers.

Ndhlovu was also part of the Zimbabwe Women team that played the South Africa Emerging Women side at the start of September.

Mavunga made her debut for the senior team in Namibia earlier this year and travelled with the side to India for a training camp in July.

The Ndiraya twins, Kelly and Kay, have followed in the footsteps of their sister Ashley – who has been in the Zimbabwe Women set-up for more than 15 years – in making it into a national side.

Another player with a national team sibling is Tawananyasha Marumani whose brother Tadiwanashe is a Zimbabwe international.

The youngest members of the squad are Paula Whaley, aged 12, and 13-year-olds Christine Mutasa and Beloved Biza.

At the ICC Under-19 Women’s T20 World Cup, Zimbabwe are in Group B alongside England, Pakistan and Rwanda.


Kelis Ndhlovu, Vimbai Mutungwindo, Kay Ndiraya, Christine Mutasa, Paula Whaley, Michelle Mavunga, Olinda Chare, Danielle Meikle, Adel Zimunhu, Beloved Biza, Tawananyasha Marumani, Kelly Ndiraya, Portia Chihwai, Natasha Mutomba, Kudzai Chigora

Zimbabwe Women reach semi-finals despite shock defeat

Zimbabwe Women – 120-7 in 20 overs (Sharne Mayers 23, Modester Mupachikwa 22, Chipo Mugeri-Tiripano 16; Vaishnave Mahesh 3/15, Khushi Sharma 2/31, Samaira Dharnidharka 1/10)

United Arab Emirates Women – 121-6 in 20 overs (Kavisha Egodage 41*, Esha Oza 36, Vaishnave Mahesh 9*; Loreen Tshuma 2/18, Kelis Ndlovu 2/20, Nomvelo Sibanda 1/21)


United Arab Emirates Women won by four wickets


Zimbabwe Women are through to the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup Qualifier 2022 semi-finals despite suffering a shock four-wicket defeat at the hands of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Women in their final group match played at the Tolerance Oval in Abu Dhabi on Wednesday.


With 14 runs required off the last over, victory had seemed virtually impossible for the hosts.


However, in a dramatic finish to the match, Nomvelo Sibanda conceded four wides off the penultimate ball and, with four needed off the very last ball, Vaishnave Mahesh flicked on through the legside, where a misfield gave UAE Women a boundary and an astonishing win.


Zimbabwe Women had opted to bat first after winning the toss, with Esther Mbofana and Christabel Chatonzwa coming in for Josephine Nkomo and Audrey Mazvishaya in the only changes to the team.


Sharne Mayers and Kelis Ndlovu scored 23 and eight respectively before Mahesh dismissed both openers, making it 42 for two after 7.5 overs.


In the 11th over, they were down to 57 for three after Chipo Mugeri-Tiripano, who chipped in with 16, was caught by Samaira Dharnidharka off the bowling of Khushi Sharma.


Although Zimbabwe Women kept building the innings with a series of small stands, none of the partnerships really took off as UAE Women kept a leash on the scoring rate with frequent wickets.


Mary-Anne Musonda and Modester Mupachikwa contributed 32 before Mahesh struck again, getting Musonda caught for 15 by Edogage – 89 for four in the 16th over.


The final push also never quite materialised for Zimbabwe Women, with Sharma bowling the well-set Modester Mupachikwafor 22 immediately after dismissing Pellagia Mujaji for 13 in the same over, the 19th, the score now being 109 for six.


The innings then petered out to 120 for seven at the completion of the 20 overs.


The run chase started off badly for UAE Women, as Sibanda sent opener Theertha Satish back to the pavilion off the second ball with only four runs on the board.


However, Esha Oza and Kavisha Edogage were clearly unperturbed by the early blow as they built a 57-run stand for the second wicket to put the tournament hosts on top.


The partnership was broken off the final ball of the 10th over, with Loreen Tshuma dismissing Oza for 36, scored off 26 balls with two sixes and three fours.


Tshuma then added the wicket of Sharma (8) before Ndlovu struck a double blow, claiming the wickets of Chaya Mughal (4) and Priyanjali Jain (3) to bring Zimbabwe Women back into the contest at 102 for four in the 19th over.


However, while wickets tumbled, at the other end Egodage kept UAE Women in the hunt with a steady innings that took the game to the very last over.


Having conceded only nine runs in her opening spell of two overs, Sibanda was given the responsibility to hammer the final nail in the coffin of their opponents by defending the 14 needed for victory.


But that was not to be as UAE Women stunned the favourites by reaching their target in exactly 20 overs, with Egodage remaining unbeaten on 41, a brilliant knock that came off 57 deliveries and included three fours.


Despite the defeat, Zimbabwe Women still finished as Group B winners to set up a semi-final against Ireland Women scheduled for Friday.

Teenage sensation inspires Zimbabwe Women to another victory

Thailand Women – 86-6 in 20 overs (Nannapat Koncharoenka 47*, Chanida Sutthiruang 13, Phannita Maya 12*; Nomvelo Sibanda 2/12, Audrey Masvishaya 2/14, Kelis Ndlovu 1/12)

Zimbabwe Women – 87-4 in 16.4 overs (Kelis Ndlovu 46, Sharne Mayers 19, Modester Mupachikwa 8*; Thipatcha Putthawong 1/12, Onnicha Kamchomphu 1/13, Rosenan Kanoh 1/15)


Zimbabwe Women won by six wickets


Sixteen-year-old Kelis Ndlovu turned in another impressive all-round performance as Zimbabwe Women made it two wins in as many matches at the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup Qualifier 2022 after defeating Thailand Women by six wickets in a Group B fixture played at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi on Monday.


After helping to restrict Thailand Women to 86 for six in 20 overs by claiming one scalp for only 12 runs in the three overs that she bowled, the teenage sensation then took charge of the chase with a brilliant knock of 46, scored off 40 balls with a single six and six fours.


Having opted to bat first, Thailand Women were soon at sixes and sevens as wickets tumbled in quick succession, losing five of their batters within the first seven overs.


First to go was Natthakan Chantham, bowled for a single run by Nomvelo Sibanda with nine runs on the board in the third over.


In the following over, they were down to 13 for two after Nattaya Boochatham (2) gave a return catch to Josephine Nkomo.


Sibanda then removed Onnicha Kamchomphu before Audrey Mazvishaya quickly dispatched Naruemol Chaiwai (3) and Sornnarin Tippoch (0) back to the dugout to leave Thailand Women reeling at 26 for five after exactly seven overs.


Opening batter Nannapat Koncharoenkai was however still there and she together with Chanida Sutthiruang appeared to be getting their innings back on track, batting cautiously to keep the marauding Zimbabwe Women bowlers at bay.


That was until Ndlovu bowled Sutthiruang for a 28-ball 13, ending their 22-run stand that came off 47 deliveries.


Koncharoenkai however remained unbeaten on 47 as the Thailand Women innings closed at 86 for six in their 20 overs, with Phannita Maya on 12 not out on the other end.


There were two wickets each for Sibanda and Mazvishaya, while Precious Marange returned the most economical figures with only nine runs coming off her four wicket-less overs.


Chasing 87 for victory, Zimbabwe Women got off to a brisk start with Ndlovu and Sharne Mayers knocking off half the target within the first five overs.


Their opening stand was worth 51 runs and was only broken in the eighth over, Mayers departing after scoring 19, with three fours, off 22 balls.


Chipo Mugeri-Tiripano faced 11 deliveries before she was out lbw for five – 66 for two in the 11th over.


Six more runs were added to the total before Ndlovu’s magnificent innings finally came to an end, falling just four runs short of what would have been a well-deserved half-century.


She had faced 40 deliveries, hammering one six and six fours, leaving Zimbabwe Women now needing 15 runs from 40 balls.


The captain, Mary-Anne Musonda, struggled to get going and only made one run off seven balls before she was dismissed off the penultimate delivery of the 15th over, the score now being 74 for four.


Modester Mupachikwa, with eight not out, and Pellagia Mujaji, five not out, then safely took Zimbabwe Women home by six wickets with 20 balls to spare.


After her brilliant performance with bat and ball, Ndlovu was duly named the player of the match.


Zimbabwe Women, topping the standings with maximum points from their two matches, will face the United Arab Emirates Women in their last Group B game on Wednesday.

Zimbabwe off to flying start at Women’s T20 World Cup Qualifier

Papua New Guinea Women – 83 all out in 18 overs (Tanya Ruma 25, Naoani Vare 10, Hollan Doriga 9; Kelis Ndlovu 3/9, Nomvelo Sibanda 2/9, Precious Marange 2/10)

Zimbabwe Women – 87-2 in 14.4 overs (Sharne Mayers 33, Kelis Ndlovu 25*, Chipo Mugeri-Tiripano 20; Kaia Arua 2/21)


Zimbabwe Women won by eight wickets


Zimbabwe Women cantered to a dominant eight-wicket victory over Papua New Guinea (PNG) Women in their first ICC Women’s T20 World Cup Qualifier 2022 match played at the Tolerance Oval in Abu Dhabi on Sunday.


Chasing a modest target of 84, they crossed the line with 32 deliveries to spare thanks to an opening stand of 57 in 8.3 overs between Sharne Mayers and Kelis Ndlovu.


Sharne was one of the only two Zimbabwe Women wickets to fall, caught by Vicky Araa off the bowling of Kaia Arua having made 33, with five fours, off 28 balls.


The same combination then dismissed Chipo Mugeri-Tiripano, but by then she had hit three fours on her way to 20 off 25 deliveries, departing at 82 for two after 14.2 overs, with two more runs required to win.


Modester Mupachikwa came in, faced two balls and blasted a four to take the total to 87 for two and Zimbabwe Women home by a comfortable eight wickets.


PNG Women had won the toss and opted to bat first, but just five balls into their innings they suffered a blow when Sibona Jimmy was caught at the wicket for two off Nomvelo Sibanda’s bowling, with only four runs on the board.


Naoani Vare and Tanya Ruma took the score to 17 before, in the fourth over, Josephine Nkomo trapped Vare lbw for 10, which came off 15 balls with two fours.


In the next over, Sibanda struck again to remove Brenda Tau (3) lbw with only three runs added to the total.


Arua took seven balls to score a single before Precious Marange had her caught by the wicketkeeper, Mupachikwa, and then in her next over the same bowler had Pauke Siaka’s furniture rearranged for eight, reducing PNG Women to 41 for five in the 10th over.


Within the next seven overs, they were down to 76 for eight after Ndlovu struck three times, claiming the scalps of Hollan Doriga (9), Ravina Oa (9) and Ruma for 25, their highest individual contribution with the bat which came off 35 balls and included one six and one four.


In the 18 over, PNG Women suffered a double blow that brought their innings to a close for 83 – first, Loreen Tshuma had Araa caught by Pellagia Mujaji for a single before, next ball, Sibanda and Mupachikwa combined to run out Mairi Tom for a golden duck, leaving Isabel Toua unbeaten on eight.


Ndlovu was the most successful bowler with three wickets for 18 runs in her four overs, while Marange was the most economical as she took two for 10 in as many overs.


For her knock of 31 off 28 balls, Mayers was named the player of the match.


In their next fixture, Zimbabwe Women will face Thailand Women on Monday before completing their Group B programme against the United Arab Emirates Women on Wednesday.

Mupachikwa, Musonda power Zimbabwe Women to comfortable win

Zimbabwe Women – 152-2 in 20 overs (Modester Mupachikwa 75*, Mary-Anne Musonda 56, Kelis Ndlovu 9; Surashka Kotte 1/15 Kavisha Edogage 1/29)

United Arab Emirates Women – 105-9 in 20 overs (Theertha Satish 39, Chaya Mughal 19, Khushi Sharma 6; Loryn Phiri 3/8, Josephine Nkomo 2/13, Kelis Ndlovu 2/14)


Zimbabwe Women won by 47 runs


Modester Mupachikwa and Mary-Anne Musonda scored brilliant half-centuries to set Zimbabwe Women up for a comfortable 47-run victory over the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Women in Dubai on Monday, making it two wins in as many games for them in the Women’s T20I Quadrangular Series.


After winning the toss and opting to bat first, Zimbabwe Women recovered from the loss within the first six overs of Kelis Ndovu (9) and Chipo Mugeri-Tiripano (3), with 25 runs on the board, to close their innings with a healthy total of 152 in 20 overs without suffering any further damage.


Mupachikwa and Musonda contributed 109 runs together in a partnership that lasted 13.2 overs and only ended when Musonda retired hurt at 134 for two after scoring an excellent 56, with one six and five fours, off 38 balls.


With Pellagia Mujaji coming in to make two not out, Mupachikwa easily saw the innings out with a magnificent unbeaten 75 that came off 62 deliveries and included 12 fours.


The daunting target proved too steep for the UAE Women, although opening batter Theertha Satish gave a good account of herself with a fighting innings of 39, scored off 30 balls with six fours.


Apart from her, captain Chaya Mughal was their only other batter to make it into double figures with 19 off 24 balls.


The UAE Women could only score 105 for nine wickets in their reply, giving Zimbabwe Women a comfortable victory by 47 runs.


Loryn Phiri was the star bowler with three wickets for eight runs off three overs, while Josephine Nkomo and Ndlovu were equally impressive with two scalps apiece for 13 and 14 runs respectively.


Mupachikwa was named player of the match and she was naturally elated about her performance.


“I am excited about my performance because I was struggling at the start,” she said.


“It’s all thanks to Mary-Anne that I settled in and the partnership that we had boosted my confidence.


“We had lost two early wickets but my teammates helped us because they were very supportive.”


Zimbabwe Women and the UAE Women are using the series to prepare for the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup Qualifier 2022 that gets underway in Abu Dhabi on 18 September.


The two teams are in Group B of the qualifying tournament alongside Papua New Guinea Women and Thailand Women.


Zimbabwe Women are facing Thailand Women in their final game of the quadrangular series in Dubai this Tuesday.

Zimbabwe Women off to winning start in T20I quadrangular series

USA Women – 111 all out in 19.3 overs (Snigdha Paul 26, Sindhu Sriharsha 21, Isani Vaghela 14; Nomvelo Sibanda 3/20, Kelis Ndlovu 1/13)

Zimbabwe Women – 112-5 in 15.2 overs (Chipo Mugeri-Tiripano 37, Josephine Nkomo 26*, Kelis Ndlovu 17; Isani Vaghela 2/9, Taranum Chopra 2/17, Snigdha Paul 1/20)


Zimbabwe Women won by five wickets


Zimbabwe Women defeated the United States of America (USA) Women by five wickets in their first match of the Women’s T20I Quadrangular Series played at the ICC Academy in Dubai on Saturday.


After being put in to bat first, the USA Women made 111 in 19.3 overs.


Brilliant work in the field by Zimbabwe Women saw them execute a massive six run-outs in the innings, with the first coming in the fifth over when Audrey Mazvishaya sent Ritu Singh packing for three to make the score 16 for one.


A big partnership seemed to be developing as Snigdha Paul and Sindhu Sriharsha put on 29 runs for the second wicket before the former was run out for 26, scored off 40 balls with two fours, with Mazvishaya again involved in the dismissal – 46 for two after 10.1 overs.


Off the final delivery of the next over, with 14 added to the total, Srihasha was bowled out by Kelis Ndlovu for a run-a-ball 21 that included three fours.


Isan Vaghela and Anika Kolan then mustered a 25-run stand in the next 3.2 overs before Chipo Mugeri-Tiripano struck with another run-out, Kolan returning to the pavilion for 10 scored off 12 balls with a single four.


In the next over, two wickets fell off consecutive deliveries: first, Geetika Kodali was run out for one by Modester Mupachikwa, followed out by Vaghela who was bowled by Nomvelo Sibanda having scored 14 off 21 balls – 98 for six in exactly 17 overs.


Sibanda was involved in another dismissal in the following over, the fifth run-out, and in the 19th over, which she delivered herself, she bowled Disha Dhingra (8) and next ball trapped Suhani Thadani lbw.

Another run-out, three balls into the 20th over, brought the USA Women innings to an end at 111.


The chase suffered an early blow as, after just five balls, Modester Mupachikwa was trapped lbw without scoring, Zimbabwe Women slumping to seven for one.


Ndlovu hit two fours on her way to 17 off 17 balls before she was caught by Singh off the bowling of Vaghela – 44 for two in 5.3 overs.


In the same over, with five runs added to the total, Zimbabwe Women lost the key wicket of captain Mary-Anne Musonda for four, a boundary, as she became Vaghela’s second scalp.


The experienced duo of Mugeri-Tiripano and Josephine Nkomo then took it upon themselves to rebuild the innings, rotating the strike well and capitalising on bad balls and misfields.


They seemed set to take Zimbabwe Women across the line until Mugeri-Tiripano was caught by Vaghela off the bowling of Taranum Chopra, bringing to an end their 54-run partnership.


She had scored 37 runs, including five fours, off 37 balls and when she departed at 103 for four in the 15th over, nine more runs were needed for victory.


Pellagia Mujaji came in hoping to finish off the game but perished to the first ball she faced in the very same over, caught at the wicket.


However, there was to be no further damage as Nkomo, with 26 not out, and Christabel Chatonzwa, seven not out, took Zimbabwe Women home with 28 balls to spare.


Sibanda, with three wickets for 20 runs off her four overs, was adjudged the player of the match.

The other two sides in the quadrangular series are Thailand Women and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Women, with the four teams using the tournament as part of their final preparations for the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup Qualifier 2022 scheduled for 18-25 September in the UAE.

Mukuhlani hails ‘very special’ year as ZC holds AGM

Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) held its annual general meeting (AGM) in Harare on Friday.


The AGM was convened physically for the first time in two years following the easing of COVID-19 pandemic restrictions.


During the gathering, the delegates adopted ZC’s audited financial statements for the year ending 31 December 2021.


The organisation once again received a clean audit opinion for the period under review following an independent audit carried out by PriceWaterhouseCoopers.


Reflecting on what he described as a difficult yet “very special” season, ZC Chairman Tavengwa Mukuhlani hailed stakeholders across the game for uniting and working hard to protect and uplift the sport under challenging circumstances.


“This was a very special season. From our women’s team playing their maiden ODI series to hosting two global events which were officially opened by His Excellency President Emmerson Mnangagwa to qualifying for the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022, I could not have been prouder of our achievements this year,” he said in his report.


“The pandemic brought its own challenges, it brought a new norm, playing in a bio-bubble, having to put up a bio-bubble for our domestic and international cricket. It brought new challenges and of course a strain on our budget,” he added.


“But overall, I would say a very successful year. We have been able to play our domestic cricket during COVID-19, we played international cricket during COVID-19.


“So yes, overall, it’s been a very successful year although we have had our difficult moments in terms of results coming through from the senior men’s team.


“But I would say generally the outlook for the organisation is very good, very positive.


“We are in a very good position financially and we have completed our processes with the ICC in so far as governance issues are concerned.”


Looking ahead, Mr Mukuhlani said with ZC now in good financial health, it was important for the organisation to channel more resources to grassroots cricket especially through the National Premier League (NPL).


“We have seen positive results at national team level and we think for us to get a good pipeline that is sustainable we must have a very good club competition and by putting in place that club competition we will be able to pull the development structures in the provinces along with us,” he said.


“So, management is working on a package to try and invest more in our NPL so that clubs can have decent coaching staff, maintain their facilities and look after their players.


“And that also includes ladies’ cricket. We want ladies club cricket, a T10 league for ladies and every club to have age-group and women’s sides.”


The AGM was attended by delegates representing all the 10 provinces affiliated to ZC.

Zimbabwe name squad for ICC Women’s T20 World Cup Qualifier

Zimbabwe Women’s squad for the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup Qualifier 2022 to be held in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) from 18-25 September has been named.


Josephine Nkomo and Modester Mupachikwa, who missed an 18-day training camp in India last month as they are currently playing club cricket in England, have been included in the squad of 15.


Mary-Anne Musonda will captain the side of seasoned campaigners that includes Christabel Chatonzwa, Pellagia Mujaji and Precious Marange.


Sixteen-year-old opening batter Kelis Ndhlovu and Francisca Chipare, who made their T20I debuts during the tour to Namibia, have also made the cut.


Zimbabwe Women’s ongoing preparations for the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup Qualifier 2022 will continue with a tour to South Africa where they will play five Twenty20 matches against the South Africa Emerging Women team.


The matches are scheduled for 28, 29 and 31 August, with the last two set for 2 and 3 September in Pretoria.


Zimbabwe Women will then travel to the UAE on 7 September for a quadrangular series against Thailand Women, the United States of America (USA) Women and the hosts as part of their final preparations for the qualifying tournament.


Zimbabwe Women are in Group B alongside Thailand Women, Papua New Guinea Women and UAE Women.


Bangladesh Women, Ireland Women, Scotland Women and USA Women are in Group A.


The two teams that make it to the final will qualify for the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2023 to be held in South Africa.


Meanwhile, the Zimbabwe Under-19 Women’s squad are currently in camp in preparation for the first-ever ICC Under-19 Women’s T20 World Cup to be held in South Africa in January next year.




Mary-Anne Musonda (captain), Modester Mupachikwa, Kelis Ndhlovu, Sharne Mayers, Josephine Nkomo, Precious Marange, Christabel Chatonzwa, Loreen Tshuma, Loryn Phiri, Nomvelo Sibanda, Esther Mbofana, Pellagia Mujaji, Audrey Mazvishaya, Chipo Mugeri-Tiripano, Francisca Chipare

Zimbabwe Cricket announces women’s central contracts

Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) has announced the Zimbabwe Women central contracts for the 2022/23 season.


A total of 19 contracts have been awarded, with national women’s team captain Mary-Anne Musonda and her vice Josephine Nkomo as well as Chipo Mugeri-Tiripano in the Grade A+ category.


“As part of our commitment to the growth and development of our women’s game, we are pleased to confirm the awarding of central contracts to a talented group of 19 players,” ZC Director of Cricket Hamilton Masakadza said.


“We believe this will not only boost the morale of our players but will also allow them to fully focus on their game ahead of a crucial period for our national team, which includes participation at the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup Qualifier 2022 to be held in the United Arab Emirates in September.”




  • Mary-Anne Musonda

  • Josephine Nkomo

  • Chipo Mugeri-Tiripano


  • Precious Marange

  • Modester Mupachikwa

  • Sharne Mayers


  • Nomvelo Sibanda

  • Loreen Tshuma


  • Esther Mbofana

  • Loryn Phiri

  • Pellagia Mujaji

  • Audrey Mazvishaya

  • Christabel Chatonzwa

  • Nyasha Gwanzura

  • Ashley Ndiraya

  • Nomatter Mutasa

  • Chiedza Dhururu

  • Francisca Chipare

  • Tasmeen Granger

Zimbabwe Women camp in India ahead of T20 World Cup Qualifier

Zimbabwe Women have embarked on a training camp in India as part of their preparations for the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup Qualifier 2022 to be held in the United Arab Emirates in September.


The team arrived in Bengaluru on Tuesday with a squad of 16 players, led by the captain Mary-Anne Musonda.


After accepting an invitation to tour from the Omtex ICWC Cricket Institute, Zimbabwe Women will be in India for 18 days during which they will play five Twenty20 (T20) games against local sides.


They will start off with a clash against the Karnataka State Women’s Select side this Thursday.


Zimbabwe Women will be in action again the following day, while the rest of the T20 matches are pencilled in for 18, 20 and 21 July.


All the matches will be played at the NICE Cricket Arena in Bengaluru.


After the T20 games, the visitors will also be involved in three one-day matches against the locals.


Zimbabwe Women are using the training camp in India as part of their preparations for the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup Qualifier 2022 to be held in the United Arab Emirates in September.




Chatonzwa Christabel, Chipare Francisca, Dhururu Chiyedza, Gwanzura Nyasha, Mavunga Michelle, Marange Precious, Mayers Sharne, Mazvishaya Audrey, Mbofana Esther, Mugeri-Tiripano Chipo, Mujaji Pellagia, Musonda Mary-Anne (captain), Ndhlovu Kelis, Phiri Loryn, Sibanda Nomvelo, Tshuma Loreen