As Rwanda seeks to move past its violent history, some locals find solace and enjoyment in cricket. Their story in pictures
Rwanda cricket team captain Eric Dusingizimana batted for 51 hours to highlight the goal of building an international cricket stadium in the country
Makhaya Ntini was present to help mark the beginning of construction on Rwanda's first international cricket stadium
It has been 20 years since genocide ripped Rwanda apart. Now cricket is playing a small role in helping people move forward
Next week's ICC annual get-together promises to have more than its fair share of politicking, posturing and controversy
Emmanuel Nakaana’s 58 guided Uganda to a ten-wicket win over Rwanda in the opening round of the ICC East Africa Under-17 tournament
Rwanda may historically be a French-speaking nation, but their increasingly close ties with England has resulted in an upsurge in cricket being played
Uganda and Kenya, as expected, emerged as the favourites after convincing wins in the first two rounds of the Africa Cricket Association women’s tournament in Nairobi.
Uganda retained their East African Women's Championship title with a ten-run win over hosts Kenya in the final, but it was a tournament that raised major questions regarding the standard of those competing.
Rwanda's failure to show up - for whatever reason - and some poor weather put a dampener on the first two days of the Africa Cricket Association (ACA) East Africa Under-13 boys' competition in Nakuru, Kenya.
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