It is one of the exceptional entries into worldwide cricket when 16-year-old Maeva Douma of Cameroon Douma on her international debut dismissed four Uganda batters on the non-striker’s end in a sensational efficiency throughout a Girls’ T20I World Cup qualifier on Sunday.
Maeva Douma of Cameroon in her worldwide debut at age 16 years, sent 4 Ugandan batters who were out of their crease on the non-striker’s end. She sent all the four batters back to the pavilion in a sensational efficiency throughout a Girls’ T20I World Cup qualifier on Sunday.
Douma, a right-arm quick bowler, completed with figures of 1/27 from her 4 overs however what these numbers don’t reveal is the truth that she was answerable for a complete of 5 Ugandan wickets to have fallen.
After she had bowled opener Prosscovia Alako (31) to finish a blistering opening partnership within the fifth over, Douma once more took the matter in her personal arms after the pair of Rita Musamali and Kevin Awino added 100 runs for the second wicket to place Uganda in a robust place at 153/1.
She first ran out Awino on the non-striker finish on 34 with Musamali (59), captain Immaculate Nakisuuyi (21) and eventually Janet Mbanazi (5) with what would have been the final supply of Uganda innings.
Regardless of that, Uganda completed with 190/6 in 20 overs and in reply shot out Cameroon for a mere 35 in 14.3 overs.