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ICC Women's T20 World Cup Qualifier 2022 | CBTF Speed News

The International Cricket Council (ICC) is conducting the T20 Women’s World Cup qualifier 2022. The qualifier rounds got underway from September 18, 2022 and Abu Dhabi is the hosting venue for the upcoming matches.In these matches, eight teams are participating that are battling against each other to secure their spot for the women’s World Cup in 2023.

Zayed Stadium and Tolerance Oval are the two venues for the scheduled upcoming matches.The eight participating teams participating in the qualifier round have reached the penultimate stage through different routes. The teams who finished bottom in the last edition of the Women’s T20 World Cup 2020 have reserved two spots for the upcoming matches for Women’s World Cup in 2023.In the respective groups, Bangladesh and Thailand were the teams who occupied two spots out of eight.

The rest of the teams, Zimbabwe, Scotland, United States of America,andUnited Arab Emirates would qualify by winning their respective regional qualifiers after battling on ground. Due to Covid-19, the East Asia Pacific region qualifier was canceled. Thus, Papua New Guineaqualified as the highest ranked team from that region on the ground. Ireland is the highest-ranked team from the qualifiers who hadn’t won their regional tournament.

 

Format of Women Qualifier T20 World Cup

For the qualifier rounds, the eight participating teams are split into two groups, four teams in each and each team will square off against each other in their group once in a round-robin format.

From each group, the top two teams will go through the semi-finals with the winners of each semi-final progressing to the final and T20 Women’s World Cup 2023.

According to the latest cricket news,Bangladesh and Ireland have secured their spots for the T20 Women’s World Cup 2023 which is scheduled to be held in South Africa.

In the semi-finals round of the qualifiers in Abu Dhabi, Bangladesh defeated Thailand while Ireland got the lead beating Zimbabwe. The two teams will come against each other on September 25, 2022.

Bangladesh scored 113 for 5 and Thailand stood at 102 for 6; Ireland had 137 for 6 and Zimbabwe at 133 for 6.

Qualifier Groups for ICC Women’s T20 World Cup Group A: Bangladesh, Ireland, Scotland, and USA

Group B: Thailand, Zimbabwe, Papua New Guinea, and UAE 

Schedule and Fixtures for ICC Women's T20 World Cup Qualifier 2022

  Sunday, September 18 

  • Thailand vs UAE
  • Zimbabwe vs Papua New Guinea
  • Bangladesh vs Ireland
  • Scotland vs USA

  Monday, September 19 

  • Thailand vs Zimbabwe
  • Papua New Guinea vs UAE
  • Bangladesh vs Scotland
  • Ireland vs USA

Wednesday, September 21 

  • Bangladesh vs USA
  • Scotland vs Ireland
  • Thailand vs Papua New Guinea
  • Zimbabwe vs UAE

  Friday, September 23 

  • B1 vs A2
  • A3 vs B4
  • A1 vs B2
  • B3 vs A4

Sunday, September 25 

  • 3/4 Playoff
  • 7/8 Playoff
  • 5/6 Playoff
  • Final

Playing Squads for T20 World Cup Qualifier 2022

Bangladesh: Nigar Sultana (captain), Sharmin Akter, Shamima Sultana, Fargana Hoque, Rumana Ahmed, , Nahida Akter, Ritu Moni, Lata Mondal, Salma Khatun, Nahida Akter, Sobhana Mostary, Murshida Khatun, Jahanara Alam, Fahima Khatun, Sanjida Akter, and Marufa Akter.

Ireland: Laura Delany (captain), Rachel Delaney, Georgina Dempsey, Amy Hunter, Shauna Kavanagh, Jane Maguire, Arlene Kelly, Gaby Lewis, Mary Waldron, Orla Prendergast, Sophie MacMahon, Cara Murray, Leah Paul, Eimear Richardson, and Rebecca Stokell.

Scotland: Kathryn Bryce (captain), Sarah Bryce, Abtaha Maqsood, Abbi Aitken-Drummond, Katherine Fraser, Kathleen McGill, Megan McColl, Priyanaz Chatterji, Lorna Jack, Ellen Watson, Ailsa Lister, Hannah Rainey, Olivia Bell, Saskia Horley, and Rachel Slater

USA: Sindhu Sriharsha (captain), Geetika Kodali, Anika Kolan, Bhumika Bhadriraju, Gargi Bhogle, lsani Vaghela, Lisa Ramjit, Yashaditi Teki, Moksha Chaudhary, Preeti lyenger, Ritu Singh, Disha Dhingra, Snigdha Paul, Suhani Thadani, Taranum Chopra, Mahika Kandanala, Sai Tanmayi Eyyunni, and Uzma lfthikar

Thailand: Naruemol Chaiwai (captain), Nannapat Khoncharoenkai, Nattaya Boochatham, Chanida Sutthiruang, Natthakan Chantham, Onnicha Kamchomphu, Sornnarin Tippoch, Phannita Maya, Suleeporn Laomi, Rosenanee Kanoh,  Thipatcha Putthawong,  Suwanan Khiaoto, Aphisara Suwanchonrathi, Sunida Chaturongrattana, and Nanthita Boonsukham

Zimbabwe: Mary-Anne Musonda (captain), Modester Mupachikwa, Kelis Ndhlovu, Sharne Mayers, Precious Marange, Christabel Chatonzwa, Loreen Tshuma, Audrey Mazvishaya, Loryn Phiri, Josephine Nkomo, Nomvelo Sibanda, Esther Mbofana, Pellagia Mujaji, Chipo Mugeri-Tiripano, and Francisca Chipare

Papua New Guinea: Kaia Arua (captain), Melanie Ani, Vicky Araa, Hollan Doriga, Kevau Frank, Sibona Jimmy, Ravina Oa, Mairi Tom, Tanya Ruma, Pauke Siaka, Brenda Tau, Veru Frank, Henao Thomas, Isabel Toua, and Naoani Vare

UAE: Chaya Mughal (captain), Natasha Cherriath, Samaira Dharnidharka, Siya Gokhale, Priyanjali Jain, Lavanya Keny, Theertha Satish, Indhuja Nandakumar, Suraksha Kotte, Vaishnave Mahesh, Esha Oza, Kavisha Egodage, Rinitha Rajith, Rithika Rajith, and Khushi Sharma

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