2022 Women’s Cricket World Cup – The 10-team draw, which will be announced soon, will decide the top three for next year’s Women’s World Cup in New Zealand from March 4 to April 3.

Zimbabwe will host qualifying matches for the Women’s World Cup between 21 November and 5 December, the International Cricket Council announced on Thursday.

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They join five teams who have already won the ICC Women’s Championship: Australia, England, India, South Africa and New Zealand.

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The next three runners-up and two teams will also earn a place in the next ICC Women’s Championship (IWC) along with the top five finalists, as the number of teams in the third edition of the IWC rises from eight to 10 teams.

The teams that will see action in the fifth round of the tournament are Bangladesh, Ireland, Holland, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Sri Lanka, Thailand, United States, West Indies and Zimbabwe.

“The ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup Qualifier is an important event in our calendar as it not only gives teams the opportunity to qualify for the World Cup but also determine who will enter the next round of the ICC Women’s Championship” ICC Events. Chief Chris Tetley said.

Zimbabwe Cricket President Tavengwa Mukuhlani said: “First of all, I would like to thank from the bottom of my heart the ICC Board of Directors for their great efforts in giving us the opportunity to participate in the Women’s Cricket World Cup Qualifier in ICC 2021.

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“On our part, we will leave no stone unturned to ensure that this world-renowned event is seen as a unique event that celebrates Zimbabwe in its beauty, richness, vibrancy, diversity and glory.”

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Newsletters, notices and opinions Get your personal news and interesting articles you want to read of late New Zealand’s cricket changing facilities will be fit for purpose as the world’s best female players showcase their skills at the World Cricket World Cup thank you. to a series of government-sponsored upgrades announced on Thursday 19 November.

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ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2022 chief executive Andrea Nelson has welcomed the announcement of a $2 million package to ensure the changing facilities are fully equipped for female athletes.

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“What happens behind the scenes is a big part of what happens on the ground,” Ms. Nelson said.

Ms Nelson was delighted that putting New Zealand at the center of women’s football had already proven to be a catalyst for significant and lasting change.

“This is where great events happen. New Zealand’s biggest sporting venue and the players who love it will benefit from this redevelopment for many years to come.

“In addition to the world cricket festival in 2022, the legacy of CWC22 will enhance our cricketing experience for women and girls for generations to come.”

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The Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Sport and Recreation, the Hon Grant Robertson, joined representatives of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2022 organizing committee and Cricket Wellington at Wellington’s Basin Reserve to announce the upgrade of five sports and training facilities for the event.

In addition to the Basin Reserve, other venues include Seddon Park, Hagley Oval, University Oval and the NZC High Performance Center at Lincoln University.

The changes focus on upgrading the playing facilities, including toilets, to be gender-neutral and suitable for the world’s best players.

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“A male-friendly environment is not always a female-friendly environment, and part of this investment is to change that, so we are hosting the best players in the world in 2022,” Deputy Prime Minister Robertson said.

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“Gender-neutral organizations are lacking in all sectors and this needs to change in order to encourage more women and girls to participate in sports, recreation and sports.”

Basin Reserve is the first of five cricket training and playing facilities to be upgraded to become a full-fledged, future-proof, multi-sport facility.

“In addition to providing a safe, high-quality environment for the Cricket World Cup teams, they will set an example of what good inclusion looks like for all who use the changing rooms regardless of gender, reducing barriers to participation.”

The investment of $2.0 million in upgrading venues for the Women’s Cricket World Cup (game plan to be announced next month) follows the World Cup Accessible Venues seed fund of $7.3 million announced as part of the $265 million sports recovery. The investment included upgrades to stadiums and stadiums for the 2021 Rugby World Cup, as well as the completion of upgrades for the Cricket World Cup and FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023.

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Eden Park, a potential match venue for the Women’s Triathlon World Cup, has been earmarked for a neutral upgrade, while Tauranga’s Bay Oval has already been rated as acceptable.

Hosting the three Women’s World Championships is a catalyst to build momentum behind the Government’s 2018 Strategy for Women and Girls in Sport and Recreation.

“Having three Women’s World Championships in three years is a huge opportunity to lead positive change and put New Zealand on the international map when it comes to women’s sport,” says Grant Robertson.

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“I encourage all New Zealanders to support the sport and do what they can to make sport and recreation attractive and accessible to women and girls.”

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Tickets for individual matches of the ICC Women Cricket World Cup 2022 go on sale on 4 October.

Organizers have confirmed ticket prices today, with children able to see the best female cricketers in the world from just $7*, with adult prices starting at $17* for single tickets for the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup (CWC22).

All-day international cricket tickets will cost from $45* for a family of five.

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Just 200 days to go until the WHITE FERNS’ tournament opener on March 4, 2022 at the beautiful Bay Oval in Tauranga.

Companies interested in supporting the women’s game will be able to purchase CWC22 hospitality tickets from 6 September.

The Cantabrians will also have the opportunity to see all eight competing teams in action when the region hosts the CWC22 hot weekend from 27 February to 2 March 2022.

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Each team will play two warm-up games over four days at Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln Green and Rangiora Oval, and fans will be able to attend for free.

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Christchurch will also host an official pre-tournament press day, captain’s press conference and team reception.

Canterbury’s hosting of the CWC22 matches over the summer weekend will generate significant economic benefits for the region, estimated at $4.2 million.

The tournament will be the first international cricket event since the T20 World Cup final on March 8, when more than 86,000 fans turned up at the MCG.

CWC22 CEO Andrea Nelson says they want as many Kiwis as possible to experience cricket’s biggest events.

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“When New Zealand hosted the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup in 2000, the WHITE FERNS captured our country’s first women’s international tournament to date. It’s something I’m sure all Kiwis would love to see again.

“Participating in the World Cup will be very affordable – a full family day will cost $45* which we think is good value,” he says.

Eight of the world’s best teams will meet for 31 matches to be played over 31 days at six venues in New Zealand.

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WHITE FERNS player Sophie Devine says, “As a player, nothing gives me more joy than stepping into the arena with the crowd roaring.

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“It’s been great to see Wellingtonians come out to support the Blaze and Firebirds at the Basin for the Supersmash and I hope that support continues to grow women’s cricket as we prepare for the World Cup behind us.”

New Zealand Cricket chief executive David White said of the event as the tournament approaches: “We’re very excited about the World Cup coming up here next year and I know the cricket community can’t help but think it’s time to have this party – ours. The first taste of World Cup Action since 2015.

For all the latest fixtures, matches and news on the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2022, visit https://www.icc-cricket.com/cwc22.

* Additional fees will be used for ticketing/collection. Credit card payments may be used. Children – between the ages of 2 and 14 – must be accompanied by a ticketed adult.

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