ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2023: The upcoming ICC Women’s T20 World Cup is soon to take place in South Africa, starting on February 10th. This highly-anticipated event for female athletes follows the recent success of India’s U-19 team, led by Shafali Verma, who triumphed in the first-ever ICC U19 Women’s World Cup held in South Africa, beating Australia in the final match.
The 8th edition of the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup is set to kick off on February 10th, 2023, with South Africa facing Sri Lanka as the host nation. The tournament will feature several matches taking place in Paarl, Gqeberha, and Cape Town, with the semifinals being held in Cape Town.
The championship game will be held on February 26th, 2023, with the following day as a backup in case of any major disruptions to play.
All ten participating teams have unveiled their competitive rosters for the upcoming ICC Women’s T20 World Cup.
Group 2 consists of India, Pakistan, England, Ireland, and West Indies, while group 1 is composed of Australia, Bangladesh, New Zealand, South Africa, and Sri Lanka.
ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2023 Squads
Group 1: As we talked about earlier the first group comprised 5 teams including New Zealand, Australia, S. Africa, Sri Lanka, and Bangladesh
|NEW ZEALAND||Sophie Devine (c)|
|AUSTRALIA||Meg Lanning (c)|
Alyssa Healy (vc)
|SOUTH AFRICA||Sune Luus (c)|
Nadine de Klerk
|SRI LANKA||Chamari Athapaththu (c)|
Nilakshi de Silva
|Bangladesh||Nigar Sultana Joty (c)|
Fargana Hoque Pinky
Fariha Islam Trisna
In group 2 Teams Like India, Pakistan, England, Ireland, and West Indies exist.
|India||Harmanpreet Kaur (Captain)|
Smriti Mandhana (Vice-Captain)
Yastika Bhatia (wk)
Richa Ghosh (wk) Jemimah Rodrigues
|Pakistan||Bismah Maroof (c)|
Muneeba Ali (wk)
Sidra Nawaz (wk)
|England||Heather Knight (c)|
|Ireland||Laura Delany (c)|
|West Indies||Hayley Matthews (c)|
Shemaine Campbelle (vc)
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The ICC has announced the schedule for the Women’s T20 World Cup 2023 in South Africa next year, with Bangladesh and Ireland taking the bottom two places after qualifying for the 10-team tournament.