LONDON: 54 balls, just one run off the bat, ten batsmen could not open the account and the whole team piled up six runs. The second team scored seven runs in just four balls to win the match with remaining 10 wickets and 116 balls. The match was played between the women's teams of host Rwanda and Mali in Kigali City, capital of Rwanda, on Tuesday.
In the First Cricket Test at Kubuka, Mali was all out for 6 runs in their first innings. The only runs opener from the bat was Mary Samake who made 1 run on six balls. Five runs remained. Ten batsmen returned to the pavilion at zero. For Rwanda, fast bowler Josin Nairnkundinja hits three wickets without giving up any runs in two overs. Rwanda scored a goal in four balls without losing a wicket thanks to Antoniate (2) and Nairnkundinja (5).
At the same time, this is the lowest score of women's T20 cricket. Earlier, the record was recorded at 14 in Bangkok against the UAE in January this year.