Zimbabwe women’s cricket team, Lady Chevrons, are just one step away from competing for the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020, after beating Namibia by 50-runs, Sunday, and qualifying for the T20 World Cup Qualifier 2019, in Scotland, in August.
The Zimbabwe team, which reached the qualifying stage after also beating Mozambique, Rwanda, Tanzania and Nigeria, will now represent the entire continent in Scotland, where it face other contenders for the 2020 World Cup – Bangladesh, Thailand, Ireland. Papua New Guinea, and Scotland.
To adjust to the climate in preparation to the Scotland games, Lady Chevrons will reportedly travel to Norway and Ireland where they will practice until leaving for the August 31st – September 7th, games.
Players in the team are namely: Mary-Anne Musonda (captain), Ashley Ndiraya, Tasmeen Granger, Chipo Tiripano, Precious Marange, Nomvelo Sibanda, Sharne Mayers, Loryn Phiri, Josephine Nkomo, Chiedza Mzembe, Chiedza Dhururu, Nomatter Mutasa, Modester Mupachikwa,and Anesu Mushangwe.