The ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2022 got underway today at Bay Oval Stadium in Mount Maunganui, with New Zealand Women taking against West Indies Women in the tournament opener. The competition features a total of eight teams.
India Women, Pakistan Women, Australia Women, Bangladesh Women, New Zealand Women, South African Women, England Women, and West Indies Women are the eight teams in the tournament. New Zealand is hosting the competition.
On Sunday, the Indian women’s team will face arch-rival Pakistan in the tournament’s opening match. The tournament’s former champion in England. In the previous session of the ICC Women’s World Cup, England eliminated India in 2017. Last year’s Women’s World Cup was supposed to occur, but it was postponed due to the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak.
The ICC Women’s World Cup 2022 is a round-robin tournament. Each of the eight teams will play each other once during the competition. The top four clubs in the points standings following the league stage will face off in the semi-final. Here is the whole schedule for the 2022 tournament, which will be released prior to the commencement of the competition.
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The ICC Women’s World Cup began in New Zealand today. Six cities across New Zealand will host the competition. Meanwhile, the Bay Oval in Mount Maunganui will host the tournament’s first game. Next month, the ICC Women’s World Cup 2022 will begin in New Zealand.
Auckland, Christchurch, Dunedin, Hamilton, Tauranga, and Wellington are among the cities that will host the event. Today, March 4, the competition began at the Bay Oval in Mount Maunganui, Tauranga.
In which, the New Zealand Women’s team got started to its worst possible start toward a home World Cup, losing their first match to West Indies after a last-over collapse. The White Ferns, as New Zealand’s women’s cricket team is named, had done a good job of chasing down 260 runs until they lost their way in the final over.
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Following 49 overs, the hosts were already on 254/7, requiring just six runs to win, with the well-matched combination of Katey Martin & Jess Ker looking excellent to complete the task. However, Deandra Dottin, a West Indian bowler, retained her cool and bowled a fantastic last over.
Meanwhile, on April 3, the final will be held at the Hagley Oval in Christchurch. Team India, on either hand, will begin their campaign on March 6 at Bay Oval against arch-rivals Pakistan.
Scheduled Matches List
|Date||Team 1||Team 2||Venue||Time (in IST)|
|04 March||New Zealand||West Indies||Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui||06:30|
|05 March||Bangladesh||South Africa||University Oval, Dunedin||03:30|
|05 March||Australia||England||Seddon Park, Hamilton||06:30|
|06 March||India||Pakistan||Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui||06:30|
|07 March||New Zealand||Bangladesh||University Oval, Dunedin||03:30|
|08 March||Australia||Pakistan||Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui||06:30|
|09 March||West Indies||England||Uinversity Oval, Dunedin||03:30|
|10 March||New Zealand||India||Seddon Park, Hamilton||06:30|
|11 March||Pakistan||South Africa||Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui||06:30|
|12 March||West Indies||India||Seddon Park, Hamilton||06:30|
|13 March||New Zealand||Australia||Basin Reserve, Wellington||03:30|
|14 March||Pakistan||Bangladesh||Seddon Park, Hamilton||03:30|
|14 March||England||South Africa||Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui||06:30|
|15 March||Australia||West Indies||Basin Reserve, Wellington||03:30|
|16 March||India||England||Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui||06:30|
|17 March||New Zealand||South Africa||Seddon Park, Hamilton||06:30|
|18 March||Bangladesh||West Indies||Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui||03:30|
|19 March||India||Australia||Eden Park, Auckland||06:30|
|20 March||New Zealand||England||Eden Park, Auckland||03:30|
|21 March||West Indies||Pakistan||Seddon Park, Hamilton||06:30|
|22 March||South Africa||Australia||Basin Reserve, Wellington||03:30|
|22 March||India||Bangladesh||Seddon Park, Hamilton||06:30|
|24 March||South Africa||West Indies||Basin Reserve, Wellington||03:30|
|24 March||England||Pakistan||Hagley Oval, Christchurch||06:30|
|25 March||Bangladesh||Australia||Basin Reserve, Wellingston||03:30|
|26 March||New Zealand||Pakistan||Hagley Oval, Christchurch||03:30|
|27 March||England||Bangladesh||Basin Reserve, Wellingston||03:30|
|27 March||India||South Africa||Hagley Oval, Christchurch||06:30|
|30 March||TBD (SF-1)||TBD||Basin Reserve, Wellingston||03:30|
|31 March||TBD (SF-2)||TBD||Hagley Oval, Christchurch||06:30|
|03 April 2022||TBD (Final)||TBD||Hagley Oval, Christchurch||06:30|