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After the successful completion of the women’s T20 event, the Rwanda Elite League T20 2023 will start on Saturday, July 1 in Kigali, Rwanda.

The inaugural edition of the men’s Rwanda Elite League T20 2023 will see four teams compete for the coveted title. 

Imanzi Guardians, Imena Centurions, Ingabo Titans and Ingenzi Defenders are the four teams that will take part in the upcoming T20 tournament.

As per the schedule, each team will play the other side once in a round-robin format. A total of eight matches, including the final, will be played over four days. 

The top two teams are set to compete in the final, while third and fourth will compete in the third-place playoff. The Rwanda Elite League T20 2023 final will be held on Tuesday, July 4.

All matches of the Rwanda Elite League T20 2023 will be played at Gahanga International Cricket Stadium in Kigali.

Where to watch Rwanda Elite League T20 2023 live in India?

Live streaming of the Rwanda Elite League T20 2023 will be available on the FanCode app and website in India.

There will be no live telecast of the Rwanda Elite League T20 2023 cricket tournament in India.

Rwanda Women’s Elite League T20 2023 schedule and live India match times

All match times are in India Standard Time (IST)

Saturday, July 1

Ingabo Titans vs Ingenzi Defenders - 1:00 PM

Imena Centurions vs Imanzi Guardians - 5:00 PM

Sunday, July 2

Ingenzi Defenders vs Imena Centurions - 1:00 PM

Ingabo Titans vs Imanzi Guardians - 5:00 PM

Monday, July 3

Imena Centurions vs Ingabo Titans - 1:00 PM

Ingenzi Defenders vs Imanzi Guardians - 5:00 PM

Tuesday, July 4

Third vs Fourth - 1:00 PM

Rwanda Elite League T20 2023 final - 5:00 PM

Rwanda Elite League T20 2023 teams and squads

Imanzi Guardians: Michel Iradukunda (captain), Orchide Tuyisenge, Oscar Manishimwe (wicketkeeper), Chris Namuhoranye (wicketkeeper), Blaise Romeo Rindiro, Khan Hamza, Theoneste Hakuziyaremye, Rodrigue Niyomugabo, Ignace Ntirenganya, Yvan Bimenyimana, Sulaiman Dushimirimana, Nadir Mohammad, Charlier Karasira, David Nsengiyaremye

Imena Centurions: Clinton Rubagumya (captain), Wilson Niyitanga, Steven Ntwari, Bosco Tuyizere, Protogene Irafasha, Patrick Rukundo, Eloi Loïck Ineza (wicketkeeper), Zappy Bimenyimana, David Uwimana (wicketkeeper), Theophile Ndayishimiye, Augustin Karekezi, Francois Zirahangaje, Ezechiel Muhawenimana, Amiel Habimana

Ingabo Titans: Emile Rukiriza (captain), Jean Pierre Rukundo, Aime Mucyodusenge (wicketkeeper), Eric Niyomugaba, Emmanuel Nsengiyumva, Daniel Gumyusenge, Martin Akayezu, Henry Olivier Rebero, Chancelier Nzabarinda, Élie Niyonshuti, Emile Munyampirwa (wicketkeeper), Eric Uwiduhaye, Joshua Kamana, Yves Cyusa

Ingenzi Defenders: Kevin Irakoze (captain), Eric Dusingizimana, Didier Ndikubwimana (wicketkeeper), Isae Niyomugabo, Baptiste Hakizimana, Yvan Shema, Jean Damascene Abizera, Aime Nkurayija, Israel Mugisha, Eric Kubwimana, Ivan Mitali, D’amour Byiringiro, Christian Benihirwe (wicketkeeper), Emmanuel Manishimwe

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