Organisers of the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2022 (CWC22) are thrilled to announce that 1000 Kiwi have now signed up as ‘CWC22 Champions’ in support of the tournament. Media release Wed 25 Aug
The ICC Women's Cricket World Cup is the sport's oldest world championship, with the first tournament held in England in 1973. Matches are played as One Day Internationals (ODIs) over 50 overs, while there is also another championship for Twenty20 International cricket, the ICC Women's T20 World Cup.
Organisers of the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2022 (CWC22) are thrilled to announce that 1000 Kiwi have now signed up as ‘CWC22 Champions’ in support of the tournament. 25 Aug 21 Media release
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The ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2022 will be the first of two major cricket tournaments across the globe in 2022 – the other being the Commonwealth Games in England. Prize money for the showpiece of women’s international cricket will total NZD$5.5million, and all matches will be broadcast live to a huge global audience.
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The World Cup is one of the most important events in the women’s cricket fraternity. Especially this season. Due to the postponement of this event from 2021 to 2022, all the cricket teams got more time to practice and polish their games.
Women's World Cup 2022 - full fixtures From the section Cricket The tournament, originally scheduled for February and March 2021, was postponed until 2022 because of the coronavirus pandemic.