Eight teams, including India, will play for the women’s T20 competition at the Commonwealth Games. On April 1, seven teams won the qualification based on the ICC (International Cricket Council) Women’s T20 international rankings.
Dubai. Indian women’s cricket team It is one of the six teams that have qualified for the 2022 Birmingham Commonwealth Games. Cricket is being included for the second time in these multi-competitive sports event which takes place in four years. India, Australia, New Zealand, Pakistan, South Africa, a country in the Caribbean region and host England have been declared qualified for the women’s T20 competition at the 2022 Commonwealth Games. On April 1, seven teams achieved qualification based on the ICC (International Cricket Council) Women’s T20 International Rankings. The ICC and the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) said that another team would be decided through a qualifier in which eight teams would participate. Cricket is the first game to announce qualifying teams for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games to be held from 28 July to 8 August next year. Women’s cricket is included for the first time in the Commonwealth Games. These games have been organized 22 times so far cricket has become a part of it only once.
In the 1998 Games held in Kuala Lumpur, South Africa won the gold medal of the men’s ODI matches. According to a joint statement issued by the ICC and the CGF, “As per the qualifying process, the qualifying competition will determine which country in the Caribbean region will participate in this competition.” In this, players will represent their country in place of West Indies like ICC competitions. “According to the statement released from the ICC on Monday,” The eighth team participating in this will be decided on the basis of qualifying competition, which will be held on 31 January 2020. Will be done before. Detailed information about this will be given later.
The Commonwealth Games cricket tournament will be held at the historic Asbeston Stadium. Indian women’s T20 team captain Harmanpreet Kaur said, “It is a great thing to have a place in the Commonwealth Games. We are confident of doing well after reaching the final of the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup in Australia last year. “CGF chairwoman Louise Martin said,” It is a prestigious multi-event for both women’s sports and cricket. There is a great opportunity in sports.
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