2022 ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup. The Women’s Cricket World Cup will be played in Zealand from March 4, 2022, to April 3, 2022. New Zealand will host the World Cup this year. The game will be run according to the Robin system rules throughout the World Cup. This year’s Women’s Cricket World Cup will feature eight teams.
And a total of 31 matches will be played between all the teams. Five teams have already qualified for the 2022 ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup. And the rest of the team has to participate in the last qualifying match to play those qualifying matches.
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ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup, 1973 to 2017
World Cup 1973
ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup, report on which team won the World Cup from 1973 to 2017. Which may be beyond your knowledge. In the 1983 ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup, England scored 20 points in 5 matches. And the other team, Australia, has got 17 points for the game to win. So England was the win for three issues.
World Cup 1978
ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup was another world cup in 1978; Australia has got 6 points for three-match wins. But another team, England, has got 4 points for two games to win. So Australia is the champions with 2 points.
World Cup 1982
After England is the score 151-5 (60 over). And Australia 152-7 (59 dead) So, Australia has won the final match for three wickets.
World Cup 1988
Again, England and Australia play the final match. England who the score for 127-7 (60 over). And the Australia 144-2 (44.4 around) So, it was the champions.
World Cup 1993
England scored 195-5 (60 overs) against New Zealand, but Zealand was just all out 128-10 (55.1 overs) so, England won the final match for 67 runs.
World Cup 1997
New Zealand has scored last all wicket 164-10 (49 overs). Then Australia scored 165-5 (47.5 overs) so, Australia won by five wickets, and it was the 4th time win.
World Cup 2000
The final match between Australia and New Zealand. New Zealand has scored 184-10 (48.4 overs). On the other hand, Australia scored 180-10 (41.1 overs) and lasted all wickets. So New Zealand won by four runs.
World Cup 2005
Australia has 115-4 (50 overs) play all-overs. Then India scores 177-10 (46 overs) for all wickets. So, Australia won by 98 runs. It was the 5th-time ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup championship.
World Cup 2009
New Zealand got a score of 166-10 (47.2 overs). But, in the country, the England cricket team has scored (46.1 overs). So, England won the match against New Zealand, 3rd championship New Zealand.
World Cup 2013
Australian cricket team has scored 159-7 (50 overs). Then the west indies cricket team scored 145-10 (43.1 overs). Finally, Australia won by 114 runs.
World Cup 2017
England’s cricket to many runs, 228-7 (50 overs). India got runs 219-10(48.4 over). So, England won by nine runs against India.
The 2021 Women’s Cricket World Cup qualifiers have been canceled. Due to a new COVID variant and travel restrictions. According to ICC terms, the remaining three teams had qualifying slots based on rankings. Bangladesh, Pakistan, and West Indies lead in 2022 Women’s Cricket World Cup.
All teams have announced the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2022
- New Zealand
- South Africa
- West Indies
ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2022 can watch. No team took part. And who is on the team?
This time, ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2022 is changing more than other times. So to know more about this, continue to read the article.
ICC World Cup All Team Squad
2022 ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup All Team Player List-
White Furnace means the New Zealand women’s national cricket team, representing New Zealand’s international women’s cricket. One of the highest levels of international women’s cricket in New Zealand.
Sophie Devine, Amy Satterthwaite, Maddy Green, Brooke Halliday, Lauren Down, Suzie Bates, Natalie Dodd, Katie Perkins, Amelia Kerr, Frances Mackay, Katey Martin (WC), Leigh Kasperek, Fran Jonas, Hayley Jensen, Hannah Rowe, Jess Kerr, Lea Tahuhu, Rosemary Mair, Thamsyn Newton, Holly Huddleston, Molly Penfold, Kate Ibrahim.
The Australian women’s national cricket team, formerly known as the Southern Stars, represents Australia in international women’s cricket. Currently led by coaches Meg and Lanning by Australian Matthew Mott, they are the top team in worldwide rankings set by the International Cricket Council (ICC) for women’s sports.
Rachael Haynes, Meg Lanning, Beth Mooney, Ashleigh Gardner, Tahlia McGrath, Ellyse Perry, Annabel Sutherland, Alyssa Healy(Wicket-keeper), Darcie Brown, Stella Campbell, Nicola Carey, Hannah Darlington, Jess Jonassen, Sophie Molineux, Megan Schutt, Tayla Vlaeminck, Georgia Wareham.
Heather Knight, Nat Sciver, Maia Bouchier, Sophia Dunkley, Danni Wyatt, Tammy Beaumont, Amy Jones, Lauren Winfield-Hill, Charlie Dean, Georgia Elwiss, Emma Lamb, Emily Arlott, Katherine Brunt, Kate Cross, Freya Davies, Tash Farrant, Katie George, Anya Shrubsole, Sophie Ecclestone, Sarah Glenn, Mady Villiers.
ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2022 announced Player List South Africa-
Dane van Niekerk, Laura Wolvaardt, Mignon du Preez, Lara Goodall, Tazmin Brits, Suné Luus, Marizanne Kapp, Nadine de Klerk, Anneke Bosch, Chloe Tryon, Lizelle Lee, Trisha Chetty, Sinalo Jafta, Faye Tunnicliffe, Nonkululeko Mlaba, Nondumiso Shangase, Shabnim Ismail, Ayabonga Khaka, Tumi Sekhukhune, Masabata Klaas.
MITHALI RAJ, Harmanpreet Kaur, Smriti Mandhana, Shafali Verma, Punam Raut, Jemimah Rodrigues, Priya Punia, Yastika Bhatia, Deepti Sharma, Pooja Vastrakar, Harleen Deol, Taniya Bhatia, Sushma Verma, Richa Ghosh, Nuzhat Parween, Indrani Roy, Sneh Rana, Poonam Yadav, Rajeshwari Gayakwad, Radha Yadav, Ekta Bisht, Jhulan Goswami, Shikha Pandey, Arundhati Reddy, Mansi Joshi, Monica Patel, Simran Bahadur.
Nigar Sultana, Salma Khatun, Fargana Hoque, Sanjida Islam, Murshida Khatun, Sharmin Akhter, Sharmin Sultana, Ayasha Rahman, Rumana Ahmed, Fahima Khatun, Ritu Moni, Shaila Sharmin, Lata Mondal, Sobhana Mostary, Shamima Sultana, Nahida Akter, Khadija Tul Kubra, Rabeya Khan, Sanjida Akter Meghla, Panna Ghosh, Jahanara Alam, Puja Chakraborty.
Bismah Maroof, Kaynat Hafeez, Syeda Aroob Shah, Saba Nazir, Sidra Ameen, Sadia Iqbal, Rameen Shamim, Javeria Khan, Omaima Sohail, Ayesha Naseem, Ayesha Zafar, Nahida Khan, Nida Dar, Aliya Riaz, Kainat Imtiaz, Muneeba Ali, Sidra Nawaz, Nashra Sandhu, Anam Amin, Diana Baig, Fatima Sana, Iram Javed, Aiman Anwer.
Stafanie Taylor, Chedean Nation, Britney Cooper, Shawnisha Hector, Rashada Williams, Deandra Dottin, Hayley Matthews, Chinelle Henry, Shabika Gajnabi, Sheneta Grimmond, Cherry-Ann Fraser, Kycia Knight, Shemaine Campbelle, Reniece Boyce, Anisa Mohammed, Karishma Ramharack, Afy Fletcher, Kaysia Schultz, Shamilia Connell, Shakera Selman, Aaliyah Alleyne, Qiana Joseph, Shawnisha Hector
ICC women’s cricket world cup 2022 schedule
|1||March 4, 2022|
|New Zealand v West Indies||Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui|
|2||March 5, 2022|
|Bangladesh v South Africa||University Oval, Dunedin|
|3||March 5, 2022|
|Australia v England||Seddon Park, Hamilton|
|4||March 6, 2022|
|India v Pakistan||Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui|
|1||March 7, 2022|
|New Zealand v Bangladesh||University Oval, Dunedin|
|2||March 8, 2022|
|Australia v Pakistan||Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui|
|3||March 9, 2022|
|England v West Indies||University Oval, Dunedin|
|4||March 10, 2022|
|New Zealand v India||Seddon Park, Hamilton|
|1||March 11, 2022|
|Pakistan v South Africa||Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui|
|2||March 12, 2022|
|India v West Indies||Seddon Park, Hamilton|
|3||March 13, 2022|
|New Zealand v Australia||Basin Reserve, Wellington|
|4||March 14, 2022|
|England v South Africa||Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui|
|1||March 14, 2022|
|Bangladesh v Pakistan||Seddon Park, Hamilton|
|2||March 15, 2022|
|Australia v West Indies||Basin Reserve, Wellington|
|3||March 16, 2022|
|England v India||Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui|
|4||March 17, 2022|
|New Zealand v South Africa||Seddon Park, Hamilton|
|1||March 18, 2022|
|Bangladesh v West Indies||Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui|
|2||March 19, 2022|
|Australia v India||Eden Park, Auckland|
|3||March 20, 2022|
|New Zealand v England||Eden Park, Auckland|
|4||March 21, 2022||Pakistan v West Indies||Seddon Park, Hamilton|
|1||March 22, 2022|
|Australia v South Africa||Basin Reserve, Wellington|
|2||March 24, 2022|
|Bangladesh v India||Seddon Park, Hamilton|
|3||March 24, 2022|
|South Africa v West Indies||Basin Reserve, Wellington|
|4||March 24, 2022|
|England v Pakistan||Hagley Oval, Christchurch|
|1||March 25, 2022|
|Australia v Bangladesh||Basin Reserve, Wellington|
|2||March 26, 2022|
|New Zealand v Pakistan||Hagley Oval, Christchurch|
|3||March 27, 2022|
|Bangladesh v England||Basin Reserve, Wellington|
|4||March 27, 2022|
|India v South Africa||Hagley Oval, Christchurch|
ICC women’s world cup Venues
ICC women’s world cup Points Table
Some important facts about ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup
- Administrator: International Cricket Council
- Format: ODI
- First edition: 1973 England
- Latest edition: 2017 England & Wales
- Next edition: 2022 New Zealand
- Number of teams: (see list below)
- Current champion: England (4th title)
- Most successful: Australia (6 titles)
- So much runs: New Zealand Debbie Hockley (1,501)
- Most wickets: Australia Lyn Fullston (39)