The construction of the state-of-the-art Gahanga Cricket Stadium cost U.S.$1.3 million, mainly raised by cricket players eager to see the game take off in Rwanda.
Rwanda Gets First International Cricket Stadium
New Times, 30 October 2017
It was a historic moment for Rwanda and the cricket fraternity as the country's first international cricket stadium was launched on Saturday. Read more »
A view of the pavilion of Gahanga Cricket Stadium. President Paul Kagame officially inaugurated it on October 28, 2017.
Gahanga International Cricket Stadium Launched Today
New Times, 28 October 2017
After two years of waiting, Gahanga International Cricket Stadium, the new home of cricket in Rwanda, will be officially launched on Saturday. Read more »
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