Scotland win by 9 wickets

Scotland

Scotland

47/1 : 43/10

Uganda

Uganda
Scotland

Scotland

VS
Uganda

Uganda

  • 47Runs 43
  • 1Wickets 10
  • 7Fours 1
  • 0Sixes 0
MATCH OVER
Scotland beat Uganda to win by 9 wickets in 6.5 overs.
6.0
Scotland are 36/1 with Sarah Bryce on 30(20).
WICKET
Lorna Jack is the first wicket to fall for 2. Sarah Bryce is joined by her captain sister Kathryn Bryce at the crease. Scotland 19/1 (2.4)
Innings Break
Uganda all out for 43 with skipper Awino (13) and Candiru (10), the only two in double figures. Scholes and Maqsood take 3 wickets. Scotland needs 44 runs to win the game from 20 overs.
13.0
Uganda are 39/6 with Scholes taking 3 and McGill taking 2 off her first two balls.
WICKET
WICKET
Teams
Scotland: Lorna Jack, Sarah Bryce (wk), Kathryn Bryce, (c), Rachel Scholes, Becky Glen, Priyanaz Chatterji, Katie McGill, Abbi Aitken, Laura Grant, Abtaha Maqsood, Hannah Rainey   Uganda: R Ntono, S Kemigisha, J Mbabazi, G Candiru, F Najjumba, K Awino (c), J Mary Apio, C Namugenyi, I Nakisuyi, R Musamali, C Aweko
Toss
Scotland wins the toss, to bowl first
Scotland

Scotland

Uganda

Uganda

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                                                        Report

                                                        Sarah Bryce and bowlers destroy Uganda in their opening game

                                                        The first day of ICC Women’s world cup qualifiers 2018, Scotland played against Uganda at Amstelveen from group B. Both teams were playing the first international T20 and both teams wanted to start their campaign with a win. Scotland captain Kathryn Bryce won the toss and elected to bowl first. Racheal Ntono and Saidati Kemigisha open the innings for Uganda whereas Scotish captain Kathryn Bryce opened the bowling attack. She took the wicket of Ntono on the fourth ball. It was all falling wickets then as Scholes took 3 in her span of 3 overs in the powerplay. Uganda was…

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