The Australian Women’s team defeated the England Women after a great team tournament to take the Women’s World T20 title in the West Indies for the fourth.
The Aussie Women’s team claimed a record fourth ICC Women’s World T20 title by trouncing a strong England Women’s side in the final of the ICC Women’s World T20 title at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua on Saturday.
Amy Jones and Natalie Sciver scored half-centuries to claim an eight-wicket win against India as England booked their place against Australia in the World T20 Final.
Proteas Women skipper Dane van Niekerk was bitterly disappointed with her side’s performance with the bat against world champs the West Indies Women as they lost by 31 runs in Gros Islet.
Not for nothing did Shabnim Ismail claim that she and Marizanne Kapp are the best opening pair in world cricket, and the pair backed her claim up in style against world champs the West Indies.
The Sri Lanka Women cruised to a comfortable 25-run victory over Bangladesh Women to secure their first win of the Women’s World T20 Gros Islet on Wednesday night and exit Bangladesh from the tournament.
Great news for cricket fans is the announcement of the widest ever broadcast coverage for the first standalone ICC Women’s World Twenty20.
Watch the promo for the Women’s World T20.
Dane van Niekerk and her team jetted off to the West Indies for their date with destiny – the Women’s World T20 tournament and a chance to write a new chapter in the history of women’s cricket in South Africa.
Captain Dane van Niekerk has implored South Africa’s top- through middle-order to perform well at next month’s Women’s World Twenty20.
The Proteas Women enjoyed a fabulous send-off before departing for the West Indies to compete for the Women’s World T20 competition.
The latest edition of the tournament, the sixth, will be the first standalone event, indicating the strides women’s cricket has made in the last decade.
After a golden 2016, when Caribbean cricket teams won three ICC world titles, the West Indies will host their second ICC Women’s World T20 this November.
Proteas Women stalwart Chloe Tryon is excited about her team’s chances ahead of the Women’s World T20 competition set for November 2018 in the West Indies.