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Botswana
Botswanacri.jpg
Botswana Cricket Association logo
Nickname(s)Baggy Blues[1]
AssociationBotswana Cricket Association
Personnel
CaptainKarabo Motlhanka
CoachJoseph Angara
International Cricket Council
ICC statusAssociate member[2] (2005)
ICC regionAfrica
International cricket
First international2 September 2002 v Zambia at Lusaka, Zambia
Twenty20 Internationals
First T20Iv  Uganda at Lugogo Stadium, Kampala; 20 May 2019
Last T20Iv  Saint Helena at Gahanga International Cricket Stadium, Kigali; 25 November 2022
As of 25 November 2022

The Botswana national cricket team is the men's team that represents the Republic of Botswana in international cricket. They have been an associate member of the International Cricket Council since 2005, after previously being an affiliate member since 2001[6] and an associate member in 2017.[2] They are in Division Five of the World Cricket League[7] and are ranked at joint 29th in the world by the International Cricket Council (ICC), the 5th-highest ranked non-test team in the African region.[8] The team's coach is former Kenyan ODI player Joseph Angara, who was appointed in July 2015.[9]

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International cricket

International cricket

International cricket matches are played between teams representing their nations, normally organised by the International Cricket Council (ICC). The main forms are Test matches, One-Day matches and Twenty20 matches.

World Cricket League

World Cricket League

The ICC World Cricket League (WCL) was a series of international one-day cricket tournaments for national teams without Test status administered by the International Cricket Council. All Associate Members of the ICC were eligible to compete in the league system, which featured a promotion and relegation structure between divisions. The league system had two main aims: to provide a qualification system for the Cricket World Cup that could be accessed by all Associate Members and as an opportunity for these sides to play international one-day matches against teams of similar standards.

International Cricket Council

International Cricket Council

The International Cricket Council (ICC) is the world governing body of cricket. Headquartered in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, its members are 108 national associations, with 12 Full Members and 96 Associate Members. Founded in 1909 as the Imperial Cricket Conference, it was renamed the International Cricket Conference in 1965, and took up its current name in 1987.

Joseph Angara

Joseph Angara

Joseph Oduol Angara is a former Kenyan cricketer who played One Day Internationals for Kenyan national team between 1997 and 2003, including at the 1999 and 2003 World Cups.

History

Cricket was started in the country by expatriates from South Africa and the Indian subcontinent.[10] Botswana was elected to the ICC as an affiliate member in 2001,[6] and played in the Africa Cup in Zambia the following year. After winning all their first-round matches against Namibia, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe, they beat Kenya in the semi-final before losing by 270 runs to South Africa in the final.[11]

In March 2004, they won the African affiliates qualifying tournament for the 2005 ICC Trophy, qualifying them for the next stage of qualification, the Africa Cricket Association Championships. They beat Nigeria and Tanzania in that tournament in Zambia in August, finishing fourth, thus missing out on qualification for their first ICC Trophy.[12] They were rewarded for their performance in this tournament by being promoted to associate membership of the ICC in 2005.[6]

In 2006, they took part in Division Two of the African region of the World Cricket League, finishing second behind Tanzania.[13] This qualified them for Division Five of the World Cricket League.[7]

In May 2008, Botswana travelled to Jersey to take part in the Division Five tournament. Although Botswana beat the Bahamas in Group B, it was their only group stage win and with three losses and one match abandoned due to rain they failed to make the semi-finals. Botswana finished sixth overall after defeating Germany but losing to Singapore in positional playoff matches. With only the top two from this tournament qualifying for Division Four in Tanzania later in the year, Botswana missed out on the chance to take their 2011 World Cup dream any further.[14]

In October 2008, Botswana took part in Division Two of the African region of the World Cricket League, finishing unbeaten and winning the tournament. This victory promoted them to Division One of the Africa Region, however the date and venue for this tournament is still to be determined.[15]

In August 2009, Botswana travelled to Singapore to participate in Division Six of the World Cricket League. Despite being competitive in most of their games, Botswana won only one of five group matches and finished fifth after beating Norway in a positional playoff.[16]

In May 2011, Botswana hosted the ICC World Cricket League Division Seven with a young squad and performed admirably well, winning three league stage matches against Norway, Japan and Germany but losing out to eventual champions Kuwait, 2nd placed Nigeria and finally Germany in the placing match. The match versus Nigeria in the league stages was to decide which of the 2 nations would progress to the ICC World Cricket League Division Six to be held in Malaysia in September 2011 and by losing that match, Botswana failed to progress and will remain in Division Seven till the next instalment of the ICC WCL.

In April 2013, Botswana were given hosting rights again for the ICC World Cricket League Division 7 in their second attempt in trying to get promoted out of Division 7 after halting the relegation slide in the last edition. Beating Ghana in the first match, Botswana lost their second match in a competitive encounter against Vanuatu by 23 runs. Botswana then lost third next match heavily to eventual WCL Div 7 winners and arch rivals Nigeria. Botswana tried in vain to get back into contention for promotion but after a tied match against Germany, all hopes were dashed and the best they could hope for was a third-place finish. This was achieved by beating Fiji in the last group match and then beating them again in the third-place playoff earning Botswana a third place, finishing behind Vanuatu and Nigeria who were both promoted to Division 6 of the WCL. With the ICC's decision to eliminate the ICC World Cricket League Divisions 7 and 8, Botswana will now have to qualify through regional tournaments to make it into the ICC World Cricket League Division 6, which will now be the entry point for the World Cricket League.

2018–present

In April 2018, the ICC decided to grant full Twenty20 International (T20I) status to all its members. Therefore, all Twenty20 matches played between Botswana and other ICC members since 1 January 2019 have been full T20Is.[17]

Botswana’s first T20I match was against Uganda on 20 May 2019, after finishing first in the Southern sub-region qualification group, advancing to the Regional Final of the 2018–19 ICC World Twenty20 Africa Qualifier tournament.[18]

20 May 2019
13:50
Scorecard
Uganda 
142/7 (20 overs)
v
 Botswana
90 (18 overs)
Arnold Otwani 44 (27)
Karabo Modise 3/18 (3 overs)
Vinoo Balakrishnan 26 (32)
Frank Nsubuga 2/19 (4 overs)
Uganda won by 52 runs
Lugogo Stadium, Kampala
Umpires: Emmanuel Byiringiro (Rwa) and David Odhiambo (Ken)
Player of the match: Arnold Otwani (Uga)
  • Botswana won the toss and elected to field.
  • First ever T20I match for Botswana.

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Indian subcontinent

Indian subcontinent

The Indian subcontinent is a physiographical region in Southern Asia. It is situated on the Indian Plate, projecting southwards into the Indian Ocean from the Himalayas. Geopolitically, it includes the countries of Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka. The terms Indian subcontinent and South Asia are often used interchangeably to denote the region, although the geopolitical term of South Asia frequently includes Afghanistan, which may otherwise be classified as Central Asian.

Namibia national cricket team

Namibia national cricket team

The Namibia national cricket team, nicknamed the Eagles, is the men's team that represents the Republic of Namibia in international cricket. It is organised by Cricket Namibia which became an associate member of the International Cricket Council (ICC) in 1992.

Kenya national cricket team

Kenya national cricket team

The Kenya national cricket team represents the Republic of Kenya in international cricket. Kenya is an associate member of the International Cricket Council (ICC) which has Twenty20 International (T20I) status after the ICC granted T20I status to all of their members.

2005 ICC Trophy

2005 ICC Trophy

The 2005 ICC Trophy was a cricket tournament held in Ireland between 1 July and 13 July 2005. It was an international one-day tournament played over 50 overs per side between 12 Associate Members of the International Cricket Council. It served as the final part of the Cricket World Cup qualification process, coming with the prize of a place in the 2007 Cricket World Cup for the five top-ranked teams, and with the prize of official One-Day International status from 1 January 2006 for the five top-ranked teams along with Kenya.

Nigeria national cricket team

Nigeria national cricket team

The Nigeria national cricket team is the men's team that represents the country of Nigeria in international cricket. Cricket has been played in the country since the late 19th century, and the national team played their first match in 1904, when a team representing the Lagos Colony played the Gold Coast Colony. The Nigeria Cricket Association has been an associate member of the International Cricket Council (ICC) since 2002.

ICC World Cup Qualifier

ICC World Cup Qualifier

The ICC World Cup Qualifier is a One-Day International (ODI) cricket tournament that serves as the culmination of the Cricket World Cup qualification process for the Cricket World Cup. It is usually played in the year before the World Cup. Although the tournament historically has not maintained a regular or identifiable format, a final qualification event awarding berths in the event proper has been a regular feature of the ICC Cricket World Cup since 1979.

2008 ICC World Cricket League Division Five

2008 ICC World Cricket League Division Five

The 2008 ICC World Cricket League Division Five is a cricket tournament that took place between 23 and 31 May 2008 in Jersey. It formed part of the ICC World Cricket League and qualification for the 2011 World Cup tournament. Afghanistan won the competition. They went on to qualify for the 2015 Cricket World Cup and gain Test status in 2017.

Jersey

Jersey

Jersey, officially the Bailiwick of Jersey, is an island country and self-governing Crown Dependency near the coast of north-west France. It is the largest of the Channel Islands and is 14 miles (23 km) from the Cotentin Peninsula in Normandy. The Bailiwick consists of the main island of Jersey and some surrounding uninhabited islands and rocks including Les Dirouilles, Les Écréhous, Les Minquiers, and Les Pierres de Lecq.

Bahamas national cricket team

Bahamas national cricket team

The Bahamas national cricket team is the team that represents the Commonwealth of the Bahamas in international cricket. The team is organised by the Bahamas Cricket Association (BCA), which became an affiliate member of the International Cricket Council (ICC) in 1987 and an associate member in 2017. The national team is first recorded as playing in 1983, but did not feature in an international tournament until 2001, when it played in the inaugural Americas Affiliates Championship. Since then, the Bahamas have regularly participated in ICC Americas tournaments, as well as on one occasion in a World Cricket League event. The team was also invited to the 2006 and 2008 Stanford 20/20 tournaments, where matches had full Twenty20 status.

Germany national cricket team

Germany national cricket team

The German national cricket team is the men's team that represents the country of Germany in international cricket. The German Cricket Federation, which organises the team, has been an associate member of the International Cricket Council (ICC) since 1999, having previously been an affiliate member from 1991. The national team made its international debut against Denmark in 1989, playing as West Germany. It has since played regularly in European Cricket Championship tournaments, as well as twice in the lower divisions of the World Cricket League. In 2001, Germany also competed in the ICC Trophy for the first and only time. In 2022, they played their first T20 World Cup Global Qualifier.

2011 Cricket World Cup

2011 Cricket World Cup

The 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup was the tenth Cricket World Cup. It was played in India, Sri Lanka, and for the first time in Bangladesh. India won the tournament, defeating Sri Lanka by 6 wickets in the final at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai, thus becoming the first country to win the Cricket World Cup final on home soil. India's Yuvraj Singh was declared the man of the tournament. This was the first time in World Cup history that two Asian teams had appeared in the final. It was also the first time since the 1992 World Cup that the final match did not feature Australia.

2009 ICC World Cricket League Division Six

2009 ICC World Cricket League Division Six

The 2009 ICC World Cricket League Division Six was a cricket tournament held from 29 August to 5 September 2009 in Singapore. The tournament was the second stage of the qualification structure for the 2015 World Cup as well as part of the wider ICC World Cricket League. The two leading teams of the tournament were promoted to Division Five in 2010.

Grounds

Locations of all stadiums within Botswana which have hosted cricket matches with international status

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Tournament history

World Cricket League Africa Region

  • 2006: Division Two runners-up[19]
  • 2008: Division Two winners[15]

World Cricket League

ACA Africa T20 Cup

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2008 ICC World Cricket League Division Five

2008 ICC World Cricket League Division Five

The 2008 ICC World Cricket League Division Five is a cricket tournament that took place between 23 and 31 May 2008 in Jersey. It formed part of the ICC World Cricket League and qualification for the 2011 World Cup tournament. Afghanistan won the competition. They went on to qualify for the 2015 Cricket World Cup and gain Test status in 2017.

2009 ICC World Cricket League Division Six

2009 ICC World Cricket League Division Six

The 2009 ICC World Cricket League Division Six was a cricket tournament held from 29 August to 5 September 2009 in Singapore. The tournament was the second stage of the qualification structure for the 2015 World Cup as well as part of the wider ICC World Cricket League. The two leading teams of the tournament were promoted to Division Five in 2010.

2011 ICC World Cricket League Division Seven

2011 ICC World Cricket League Division Seven

The 2011 ICC World Cricket League Division Seven was a cricket tournament took place from 1 to 8 May 2011. It formed part of the ICC World Cricket League and qualifying for the 2015 Cricket World Cup. Botswana hosted the event.

2013 ICC World Cricket League Division Seven

2013 ICC World Cricket League Division Seven

The 2013 ICC World Cricket League Division Seven was a cricket tournament that took place from 6 to 13 April 2013. It formed part of the ICC World Cricket League and qualifying for the 2019 Cricket World Cup. Botswana hosted the event.

2015 ICC World Cricket League Division Six

2015 ICC World Cricket League Division Six

The 2015 ICC World Cricket League Division Six was a limited-overs international cricket tournament that took place in England from 7 to 13 September 2015. The majority of matches were played at grounds in Essex, although two matches took place in Bishop's Stortford, in the neighbouring county of Hertfordshire.

2022 ACA Africa T20 Cup

2022 ACA Africa T20 Cup

The 2022 ACA Africa T20 Cup was a cricket tournament played in Benoni, Gauteng, South Africa. The finals tournament was originally scheduled to be held in September 2019, but was moved to March 2020, with the original host city being Nairobi, Kenya. On 9 March 2020, the tournament was postponed again due to the COVID-19 pandemic, in line with the Kenyan government's 30-day ban on international gatherings. The tournament was eventually rescheduled for September 2022.

Records and Statistics

International match summary[23]

Last updated 25 November 2022

Playing Record
Format M W L T NR Inaugural Match
Twenty20 Internationals 22 8 13 0 1 20 May 2019

Twenty20 International

T20I record versus other nations[23]

Records complete to T20I #1921. Last updated 25 November 2022.

Opponent M W L T NR First match First win
vs Associate Members
 Cameroon 1 1 0 0 0 5 November 2021 5 November 2021
 Ghana 1 1 0 0 0 18 September 2022 18 September 2022
 Kenya 1 0 1 0 0 24 November 2022
 Lesotho 1 1 0 0 0 18 November 2022 18 November 2022
 Malawi 1 0 1 0 0 20 November 2022
 Mali 1 1 0 0 0 22 November 2022 22 November 2022
 Mozambique 2 2 0 0 0 6 November 2021 6 November 2021
 Namibia 5 0 5 0 0 22 May 2019
 Nigeria 1 0 1 0 0 21 May 2019
 Saint Helena 1 1 0 0 0 25 November 2022 25 November 2022
 Sierra Leone 1 1 0 0 0 2 November 2021 2 November 2021
 Rwanda 1 0 1 0 0 17 November 2022
 Seychelles 1 0 0 0 1 17 November 2022
 Tanzania 2 0 2 0 0 7 November 2021
 Uganda 2 0 2 0 0 20 May 2019

Other records

For a list of selected international matches played by Botswana, see Cricket Archive.

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Saint Helena national cricket team

Saint Helena national cricket team

The Saint Helena cricket team represents the small and remote British island of Saint Helena in international cricket. It is organised by the St Helena Cricket Association which is a member of the Africa Cricket Association (ACA). The association joined the International Cricket Council (ICC) in 2001 as an affiliate member and became an associate member in 2017. The team made its international debut in 2012.

Rwanda Cricket Stadium

Rwanda Cricket Stadium

Rwanda Cricket Stadium, also known as Kicukiro Oval, is a cricket ground in Kigali, Rwanda. The stadium is officially titled the Gahanga International Cricket Stadium. The ground is Rwanda's first dedicated international cricket ground and quickly prominence in African cricket.

Kigali

Kigali

Kigali is the capital and largest city of Rwanda. It is near the nation's geographic centre in a region of rolling hills, with a series of valleys and ridges joined by steep slopes. As a primate city, Kigali has been Rwanda's economic, cultural, and transport hub since it became the capital following independence from Belgian rule in 1962.

Dhruv Maisuria

Dhruv Maisuria

Dhruv Maisuria is a Botswana cricketer. He was named in Botswana's squad for the 2015 ICC World Cricket League Division Six tournament in England, playing in one match.

Ghana national cricket team

Ghana national cricket team

The Ghana national cricket team represents Ghana in men's international cricket. It is an associate member of the International Cricket Council, which it joined as an affiliate member in 2002, and mainly plays matches in ICC Africa tournaments. Ghana Cricket Association promotes the sport in the country.

Benoni, Gauteng

Benoni, Gauteng

Benoni is a town in Ekurhuleni municipality, Gauteng, South Africa.

Karabo Motlhanka

Karabo Motlhanka

Karabo Motlhanka is a Botswana cricketer. He played in the 2015 ICC World Cricket League Division Six tournament.

Reginald Nehonde

Reginald Nehonde

Reginald Nehonde is a Botswana cricketer. He played in the 2015 ICC World Cricket League Division Six tournament. In October 2018, he represented Botswana in the Southern sub region group in the 2018–19 ICC World Twenty20 Africa Qualifier tournament.

Tharindu Perera

Tharindu Perera

Tharindu Perera is a Botswana cricketer. In May 2019, he was named in Botswana's squad for the Regional Finals of the 2018–19 ICC T20 World Cup Africa Qualifier tournament in Uganda. He made his Twenty20 International (T20I) debut for Botswana against Uganda on 20 May 2019. In October 2021, he was named in Botswana's squad for their matches in Group B of the 2021 ICC Men's T20 World Cup Africa Qualifier tournament in Rwanda.

Mmoloki Mooketsi

Mmoloki Mooketsi

Mmoloki Mooketsi is a Botswana cricketer. In May 2019, he was named in Botswana's squad for the Regional Finals of the 2018–19 ICC T20 World Cup Africa Qualifier tournament in Uganda. He made his Twenty20 International (T20I) debut for Botswana against Uganda on 20 May 2019. In October 2021, he was named in Botswana's squad for their matches in Group B of the 2021 ICC Men's T20 World Cup Africa Qualifier tournament in Rwanda.

Adithiya Rangaswamy

Adithiya Rangaswamy

Adithiya Rangaswamy is a Botswana cricketer. He played in the 2015 ICC World Cricket League Division Six tournament. In October 2018, he represented Botswana in the Southern sub region group in the 2018–19 ICC World Twenty20 Africa Qualifier tournament.

Thatayaone Tshose

Thatayaone Tshose

Thatayaone Tshose is a Botswana cricketer. He played in the 2015 ICC World Cricket League Division Six tournament. In October 2018, he represented Botswana in the Southern sub region group in the 2018–19 ICC World Twenty20 Africa Qualifier tournament.

Squad

Botswana's squad for the final round of the 2021 ICC Men's T20 World Cup Africa Qualifier Group B in November 2021.

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Karabo Motlhanka

Karabo Motlhanka

Karabo Motlhanka is a Botswana cricketer. He played in the 2015 ICC World Cricket League Division Six tournament.

Captain (cricket)

Captain (cricket)

The captain of a cricket team, often referred to as the skipper, is the appointed leader, having several additional roles and responsibilities over and above those of the other players. As in other sports, the captain is usually experienced and has good communication skills, and is likely to be one of the most regular members of the team, as the captain is responsible for the team selection. Before the game the captains toss for innings. During the match the captain decides the team's batting order, who will bowl each over, and where each fielder will be positioned. While the captain has the final say, decisions are often collaborative. A captain's knowledge of the complexities of cricket strategy and tactics, and shrewdness in the field, may contribute significantly to the team's success.

Vinoo Balakrishnan

Vinoo Balakrishnan

Vinoo Balakrishnan is a Botswana cricketer. In May 2019, he was named in Botswana's squad for the Regional Finals of the 2018–19 ICC T20 World Cup Africa Qualifier tournament in Uganda. He made his Twenty20 International (T20I) debut for Botswana against Uganda on 20 May 2019. He was the leading run-scorer for Botswana in the Regional Finals, with 63 runs in three matches.

Dhruv Maisuria

Dhruv Maisuria

Dhruv Maisuria is a Botswana cricketer. He was named in Botswana's squad for the 2015 ICC World Cricket League Division Six tournament in England, playing in one match.

Mmoloki Mooketsi

Mmoloki Mooketsi

Mmoloki Mooketsi is a Botswana cricketer. In May 2019, he was named in Botswana's squad for the Regional Finals of the 2018–19 ICC T20 World Cup Africa Qualifier tournament in Uganda. He made his Twenty20 International (T20I) debut for Botswana against Uganda on 20 May 2019. In October 2021, he was named in Botswana's squad for their matches in Group B of the 2021 ICC Men's T20 World Cup Africa Qualifier tournament in Rwanda.

James Moses (cricketer)

James Moses (cricketer)

James Walton Nathaniel Moses is an Antiguan-born Botswana cricketer.

Reginald Nehonde

Reginald Nehonde

Reginald Nehonde is a Botswana cricketer. He played in the 2015 ICC World Cricket League Division Six tournament. In October 2018, he represented Botswana in the Southern sub region group in the 2018–19 ICC World Twenty20 Africa Qualifier tournament.

Tharindu Perera

Tharindu Perera

Tharindu Perera is a Botswana cricketer. In May 2019, he was named in Botswana's squad for the Regional Finals of the 2018–19 ICC T20 World Cup Africa Qualifier tournament in Uganda. He made his Twenty20 International (T20I) debut for Botswana against Uganda on 20 May 2019. In October 2021, he was named in Botswana's squad for their matches in Group B of the 2021 ICC Men's T20 World Cup Africa Qualifier tournament in Rwanda.

Adithiya Rangaswamy

Adithiya Rangaswamy

Adithiya Rangaswamy is a Botswana cricketer. He played in the 2015 ICC World Cricket League Division Six tournament. In October 2018, he represented Botswana in the Southern sub region group in the 2018–19 ICC World Twenty20 Africa Qualifier tournament.

Thatayaone Tshose

Thatayaone Tshose

Thatayaone Tshose is a Botswana cricketer. He played in the 2015 ICC World Cricket League Division Six tournament. In October 2018, he represented Botswana in the Southern sub region group in the 2018–19 ICC World Twenty20 Africa Qualifier tournament.

Source: "Botswana national cricket team", Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, (2022, November 25th), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Botswana_national_cricket_team.

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