Fiona Ruzha, Sports Reporter
ZIMBABWE women cricketers team captain Mary-Anne is demanding more game time before they travel to Scotland for the 2019 ICC Women’s World Twenty20 Global Qualifier.
The qualifier will be held on August 31 to September 7 and eight teams will battle for two tickets. This tournament is the platform for qualification for the 2020 ICC Women’s T20 World Cup in Australia.
The Lady Chevrons beat Namibia by 50 runs to secure a place at the Global Qualifier.
Musonda said if they want to play at the World Cup for the first time, they should have more game time to prepare themselves.
“When we go for the Global Qualifier we are going to meet other teams like Thailand, Ireland, Bangladesh, Scotland and these are tougher teams so definitely all we need is more game time.
“The more games we play the more positive we are, the more we will understand ourselves and the more try different plans and strategies.
“So I think more game time is what is going to get us through if we want to play at the World Cup,” she said.
The Lady Chevrons have played 13 games since January and they target to play more international matches.