By Lawrence Trusida Sports Editor
THE Zimbabwe national women cricket team, the Lady Chevrons are putting in the final touches ahead of their tour of Namibia, where they will also play Uganda in a T20 series.
The Lady Chevrons are engaging in practice matches against the boys’ national age group sides as they fine-tune their preparations for the tour of Namibia.
The tour is part of preparations for the international Cricket Council Women’s T20 World Cup final qualifiers set for Scotland in August.
The top two sides from the final qualifiers will join eight other nations at the Women’s T20 World Cup in South Africa next year.
New Lady Chevrons coach, Gray Brent is satisfied with the progress made so far.
“The girls have been executing everything we been asking for and as a coach that’s all I can ask for our immediate targets is to execute our brand of cricket and get to enjoy the game this will take us to the world cup,” said coach Brent.
Experienced opener, Shane Myers, who is based in South Africa, has joined camp, while Australian based all-rounder Anesu Mushangwe is expected to join her teammates before they leave for Windhoek on the 19th.