Kagarama SS retains Schools Cricket title

Kagarama SS won the Boys’ Schools Cricket Week tournament unbeaten after walloping Efotec SS in the finals by 9 wickets.  Bugingo Kenneth turned in a match winning display as he led Kagarama SS to the Boys’ School Cricket week title in a low scoring final at the Kicukiro cricket ground yesterday. It was their sixth national title. Earlier in the day, the first semi final saw Efotec emerge victorious over GS Giporoso in a thriller. The second semi final Kagarama beat IPRC comfortably by 9 wickets after they restricted them to a low score of 85 runs. They later chased it with ease losing only 1 wicket. The individual accolades were won by Bugingo Kenneth (Player of Series) - Kagarama SS, Orchide Tuyisenge (Best Batsman) – GS Giporoso, Sebakira Maic (Best Bowler) - Efotec SS, Iradukunda Nicholas (Best Fielder) - Efotec SS and Valence Muvunyi (Most Promising Player) - Kagarama SS. Apred Ndera SS, Lycee de Ruhango, GS Giporoso, GS St. Joseph, IPTC and Apade SS are the other schools who took part in the tournament. The Schools’ Cricket Week was started in the mid 2000s with the aim of spreading, developing and promoting the sport in schools across Rwanda.
Kagarama secondary school retained the annual Schools Cricket week.
Kagarama secondary school retained the annual Schools Cricket week.

Kagarama SS won the Boys’ Schools Cricket Week tournament unbeaten after walloping Efotec SS in the finals by 9 wickets. 

Bugingo Kenneth turned in a match winning display as he led Kagarama SS to the Boys’ School Cricket week title in a low scoring final at the Kicukiro cricket ground yesterday. It was their sixth national title.

 

Earlier in the day, the first semi final saw Efotec emerge victorious over GS Giporoso in a thriller. The second semi final Kagarama beat IPRC comfortably by 9 wickets after they restricted them to a low score of 85 runs. They later chased it with ease losing only 1 wicket.

 

The individual accolades were won by Bugingo Kenneth (Player of Series) - Kagarama SS, Orchide Tuyisenge (Best Batsman) – GS Giporoso, Sebakira Maic (Best Bowler) - Efotec SS, Iradukunda Nicholas (Best Fielder) - Efotec SS and Valence Muvunyi (Most Promising Player) - Kagarama SS.

 

Apred Ndera SS, Lycee de Ruhango, GS Giporoso, GS St. Joseph, IPTC and Apade SS are the other schools who took part in the tournament.

The Schools’ Cricket Week was started in the mid 2000s with the aim of spreading, developing and promoting the sport in schools across Rwanda.

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