Nigeria Seeks U-19 Cricket World Cup Qualification In Rwanda

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Junior Yellow-Greens, Nigeria’s Under-19 Cricket workforce

 

The Junior Yellow-Greens, Nigeria’s Under-19 Cricket workforce are in Kigali, the Rwandan capital to start the protection of the title that earned the nation her first Cricket World Cup look.

The workforce used 10 days in Harare, Zimbabwe, the place that they had been on a pre-tournament tour for the final leg of their preparation for the Championship. The winner will characterize Africa at subsequent yr’s ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup going down within the West Indies. South Africa and Zimbabwe have already booked their locations on the occasion together with 13 different groups.

Team Nigeria Coach, Uthe Ogbimi, is optimistic concerning the stage of preparation that can get his workforce prepared for the competitors.

“We are going this ICC Under-19 Africa World Qualifier as the defending champion and that puts a lot of attention on us; we know that. But our plan is to take every game on their merit. Our most important game is our next game and we are primed to give our best to every game. No team at this event is ordinary and we hope to treat everyone with such respect.” He mentioned.

Six-time winners of the occasion and final version’s runner-up, Namibia, Uganda, Tanzania, and host Rwanda are the opposite groups competing for glory on the eight-day event.

Nigeria’s opening match on the occasion is on Friday, October 1st towards host Rwanda earlier than taking Tanzania on Sunday, October third. Uganda’s encounter is about for Monday 4th earlier than closing the occasion on a excessive towards Namibia on Wednesday sixth.

The Junior Yellow-Greens is captained by Boniface Oche. Other workforce members embrace; Prosper Useni, Ridwanulahi Mohammed, Victor Ipoli, Destiny Chilemanya, Nzube Nwokike, Ridwan Kareem, Lukman Kofoworola, Joshua Sunday, Talabi Odunayo, Paul Pam, Huzaifa Abdulsalam, Theophilus Jeremiah, Isaac Onyemgba, Udekwe Chiemelie, and Elochukwu Ndubudem.

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Nigeria Seeks U-19 Cricket World Cup Qualification In Rwanda

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