Africa continues to be one of the busiest ICC regions for women's cricket as Lesotho, Mozambique and Rwanda all thravelled to Botswana for a four nation T20I tournament this past week, with Rwanda rounding out winners after beating the hosts in yesterday's final.

The round-robin stage, which started on Monday, saw Rwanda go unbeaten to top the table, with hosts Botswana second after winning all their games against Mozambique and Lesotho. Lesotho, playing outside of an ICC tournament for the first time since 2018, lost all their games.

In yesterday's final, Rwandan captain Flora Irakoze won the toss and chose to bowl first. Botswana batted out their overs with Pako Mapotsane scoring an unbeaten 43, but no other batter reached double figures and they were kept to 70-5. Rwanda had little trouble chasing down their target, scoring their runs in 15 overs to win by 8 wickets.

Earlier in the third place play-off, Mozambique scored 128-8 with Lesotho conceding 43 in extras. Lesotho then scored 84-9 from their 20 overs, losing by 44 runs.