The women's teams of Nigeria and Rwanda are the latest to take advantage of the ICC's new T20I status for all policy, making their T20I debuts in a series hosted by Nigeria over the last few days at the Abuja Oval.

The low scoring series kicked off on Saturday with Nigeria winning by 4 wickets in the morning and by 5 wickets in the afternoon. After a rest-day on Sunday, two more matches were played on Monday. Nigeria secured the series with a seven wicket win in the morning before the visitors picked up their first win in the afternoon, beating the visitors by 5 wickets.

The series concluded yesterday with a seven wicket win for Rwanda. Nigeria will travel to the Rwanda capital of Kigali for a return series in June.

A 40 over contest was originally scheduled to take place on the tour but was cancelled for unknown reasons. As with most T20Is played by the new teams with T20I status, the series passed without any attention by the ICC beyond a short score published on their website.