The International Cricket Council (ICC) has changed the schedule of the Women’s T20 World Cup. The T20 World Cup to be held in South Africa in November 2022 has been extended by three months and now the tournament will be played in February 2023. Earlier, the ICC had also decided to postpone the 50-over World Cup in 2022 due to Corona virus in 2022.
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The ICC has stated that two major tournaments are already scheduled in women’s cricket in the year 2022, and this decision has been taken keeping in mind that there are no major tournaments in the year 2023. The 50-over World Cup for women’s cricket will be played in early 2022, which was set to be held in 2021 in the first year. In addition, women’s cricket has also been included in the Commonwealth Games to be held in July 2022. A few days ago, the ICC announced that women’s cricket has been included in the Olympic Games.
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The Women’s T20 World Cup was played in Australia this year, where the trophy was won by Australia’s team by 85 runs in the final match. Australia’s team is considered to be the best team of women’s T20 cricket, Kangaroo team has won this ICC trophy 5 times. The first T20 World Cup of women’s cricket was played in 2009, in which England became champions after defeating New Zealand in the final.