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Playoffs
  • Playoffs
    Semi-Final: England beat South Africa by 9 wickets.
    Mirpur, 4 April.
    South Africa 101 (19.5 overs, C Tryon 40)
    England 102-1 (16.5 overs, S Taylor 44*, C Edwards 36)
  • Playoffs
    7th-8th Place: Pakistan beat Sri Lanka by 14 runs.
    Sylhet, 3 April.
    Pakistan 122-5 (20.0 overs, Bismah Maroof 62*)
    Sri Lanka 108-8 (20.0 overs, L Kaushalya 37, Sania Khna 3-24)
  • Playoffs
    9th-10th Place: Bangladesh beat Ireland by 17 runs.
    Sylhet, 3 April.
    Bangladesh 106-7 (20.0 overs, Sharmin Akhter 35, L O'Reilly 3-15)
    Ireland 89 (19.3 overs, Panna Ghosh 3-25)
    Scorecard Report
  • Playoffs
    Semi-Final: Australia beat West Indies by 8 runs.
    Mirpur, 3 April.
    Australia 140-5 (20.0 overs, E Villani 35, A Healy 30*)
    West Indies 132-4 (20.0 overs, D Dottin 40, S King 36*)
  • Playoffs
    WT20 2016 Qualification Play-Off: New Zealand beat Sri Lanka by 6 wickets.
    Sylhet, 2 April.
    Sri Lanka 131-7 (20.0 overs, A Jayangani 46, B Mendis 45)
    New Zealand 135-4 (19.0 overs, S Bates 45, R Priest 42*)
  • Playoffs
    WT20 2016 Qualification Play-Off: India beat Pakistan by 6 runs.
    Sylhet, 2 April.
    India 106-7 (20.0 overs, M Raj 39, Sania Khan 3-15)
    Pakistan 100-9 (20.0 overs, S Dabir 3-14)
Group A
                            P    W    T   NR    L  Pts     NRR
Australia                   4    3    0    0    1    6     2.21
South Africa                4    3    0    0    1    6     1.61
New Zealand                 4    3    0    0    0    6     1.28
Pakistan                    4    1    0    0    3    2    -2.29
Ireland                     4    0    0    0    4    0    -2.75
  • Group A
    Pakistan (2) beat Ireland (0) by 14 runs.
    Sylhet, 31 March.
    Pakistan 119-6 (20.0 overs, Bismah Maroof 48)
    Ireland 105 (19.3 overs, I Joyce 32, Asmavia Iqbal 3-18)
    Scorecard Photos Report Video
  • Group A
    South Africa (2) beat New Zealand (0) by 5 wickets.
    Sylhet, 31 March.
    New Zealand 114-8 (20.0 overs, F Devine 40, M Kapp 3-23)
    South Africa 116-5 (19.2 overs, M du Preez 51*)
  • Group A
    South Africa (2) beat Ireland (0) by 86 runs.
    Sylhet, 29 March.
    South Africa 165-5 (20.0 overs, L Lee 45, C Tryon 35*)
    Ireland 79 (15.1 overs, M Waldron 33, S Ismail 3-5, D van Niekerk 3-10)
    Scorecard Photos Report Video
  • Group A
    Australia (2) beat Pakistan (0) by 94 runs.
    Sylhet, 29 March.
    Australia 185-2 (20.0 overs, E Villani 90, M Lanning 50)
    Pakistan 91-9 (20.0 overs, E Perry 3-12, S Coyte 3-14)
  • Group A
    New Zealand (2) beat Pakistan (0) by 59 runs.
    Sylhet, 27 March.
    New Zealand 167-3 (20.0 overs, S Bates 94, S Devine 44)
    Pakistan 108-7 (20.0 overs, Sana Mir 35*, Javeria Khan 35)
  • Group A
    Australia (2) beat Ireland (0) by 78 runs.
    Sylhet, 27 March.
    Australia 191-4 (20.0 overs, M Lanning 126, D Kimmince 35)
    Ireland 113-7 (20.0 overs)
    Scorecard Photos Report Video
  • Group A
    New Zealand (2) beat Ireland (0) by 42 runs.
    Sylhet, 25 March.
    New Zealand 171-3 (20.0 overs, S Bates 68, F Mackay 51, S McGlashan 34*)
    Ireland 129-5 (20.0 overs, C Joyce 39*)
    Scorecard Photos Report Video
  • Group A
    Australia (2) beat South Africa (0) by 6 wickets.
    Sylhet, 25 March.
    South Africa 115-9 (20.0 overs)
    Australia 116-4 (18.4 overs, E Perry 41*)
  • Group A
    New Zealand (2) beat Australia (0) by 7 runs.
    Sylhet, 23 March.
    New Zealand 128-8 (20.0 overs, K Perkins 31)
    Australia 121 (19.3 overs, A Healy 41, A Blackwell 31)
  • Group A
    South Africa (2) beat Pakistan (0) by 44 runs.
    Sylhet, 23 March.
    South Africa 163-0 (20.0 overs, D van Niekerk 90*, L Lee 67*)
    Pakistan 199-9 (20.0 overs, Nida Dar 32, M Kapp 3-16)
Group B
                            P    W    T   NR    L  Pts     NRR
England                     4    3    0    0    1    6     1.36
West Indies                 4    3    0    0    1    6     0.77
India                       4    2    0    0    2    4     0.78
Sri Lanka                   4    1    0    0    3    2    -0.44
Bangladesh                  4    1    0    0    3    2    -2.39
  • Group B
    Bangladesh (2) beat Sri Lanka (0) by 3 runs.
    Sylhet, 1 April.
    Bangladesh 115-9 (20.0 overs, Rumana Ahmed 41)
    Sri Lanka 112-9 (20.0 overs, B Mendis 33, H Siriwardene 31, Panna Gosh 3-18)
  • Group B
    India (2) beat West Indies (0) by 9 wickets.
    Sylhet, 1 April.
    West Indies 117-7 (20.0 overs, D Dottin 57)
    India 121-1 (17.4 overs, P Raut 56, M Raj 55*)
  • Group B
    India (2) beat Bangladesh (0) by 79 runs.
    Sylhet, 30 March.
    India 151-5 (20.0 overs, H Kaur 77, M Raj 41)
    Bangladesh 72-8 (20.0 overs, S Sharma 3-12)
  • Group B
    England (2) beat Sri Lanka (0) by 7 wickets.
    Sylhet, 30 March.
    Sri Lanka 85-9 (20.0 overs, H Siriwardene 38, A Shrubsole 3-9)
    England 86-3 (16.0 overs, S Taylor 36)
  • Group B
    England (2) beat Bangladesh (0) by 79 runs.
    Sylhet, 28 March.
    England 137-5 (20.0 overs, C Edwards 80)
    Bangladesh 58-9 (20.0 overs, D Hazell 3-4, N Scriver 3-10)
  • Group B
    West Indies (2) beat Sri Lanka (0) by 8 wickets.
    Sylhet, 28 March.
    Sri Lanka 84 (16.5 overs, S Daley 4-15, T Smartt 3-15)
    West Indies 87-2 (15.0 overs, S Taylor 56*)
  • Group B
    West Indies (2) beat Bangladesh (0) by 36 runs.
    Sylhet, 26 March.
    West Indies 115 (20.0 overs, D Dottin 34, Khadija Tul Kubra 3-24)
    Bangladesh 79 (17.3 overs, S Quintyne 3-5)
  • Group B
    England (2) beat India (0) by 5 wickets.
    Sylhet, 26 March.
    India 95-9 (20.0 overs, M Raj 57, A Shrubsole 3-6, J Gunn 3-15)
    England 98-5 (18.1 overs)
  • Group B
    West Indies (2) beat England (0) by 9 runs.
    Sylhet, 24 March.
    West Indies 133-7 (20.0 overs, S Taylor 56, K Knight 43, N Sciver 3-18)
    England 124-9 (20.0 overs, C Edwards 44, D Dottin 4-12)
  • Group B
    Sri Lanka (2) beat India (0) by 22 runs.
    Sylhet, 24 March.
    Sri Lanka 128-8 (20.0 overs, A Jayangani 43, L Kaushalya 34)
    India 106-9 (20.0 overs)
Reports
Women's Team of the Tournament named
Finalists England and Australia contributed a total of six players to the ICC World Twenty20 Bangladesh 2014 women's Team of the Tournament.
Australia crush England to claim hat-trick
Australia too strong for England in one-sided contest.
Shrubsole named Player of the Tournament
The 22-year-old grabbed 12 wickets at an average of 5.75 in the lead up to the final, including three for six against India and three for nine against Sri Lanka.
Ireland lose low scoring encounter against Bangladesh
Ireland Women spurned a great opportunity to end their ICC World Twenty20 on a high note as they slumped to a 17 run loss to Bangaldesh in the 9th-10th placing match in Sylhet.
Joyce and Shillington stay in rankings
Good performances help Joyce and Shillington feature prominently in latest ICC rankings.
Johnston frustrated after narrow Pakistan reversal
Ireland's Coach Trent Johnston was a frustrated man following Ireland's narrow defeat to Pakistan
Joyce rues basic errors
Isobel Joyce hopes the experience gained by this young Ireland team will help them improve, so that they can compete at the highest level of the game.
Degrees of success
There can be few, if indeed any, international sports squads who are as eminently qualified as the Ireland Women's cricket squad currently playing in the Twenty20 World Cup in Bangladesh.
Woman in the iron mask
Irish wicket-keeper Mary Waldron has caused quite a stir in Bangladesh with her unique headgear during the T20 World Cup.
Ireland fall just short in Pakistan clash
Ireland Women finished the group stages of their World T20 campaign with a fourth consecutive defeat after a narrow 14-run reverse at the hands of Pakistan.
Waldron makes most of promotion
Ireland's new opening bat Mary Waldron enjoyed her role at the top of the order scoring 33 off 31 balls and hitting seven boundaries.
Lane hoping for Ireland improvement
As part of Ireland's coaching staff the experienced Mark Lane knows what it takes to compete at the top level. Unfortunately once again Ireland fell short of the required standards.
Late South African blitz downs Ireland
IRELAND WOMEN suffered their third consecutive defeat in the ICC World Twenty20 when a late onslaught saw them comprehensively beaten by South Africa, finally succumbing to an 86-run defeat.
Motivated Shillington keen for Ireland to fire
Ireland's most capped player Clare Shillington is hoping Ireland can start their World Cup proper from here on in.
Johnston hints at changes for South African clash
Johnston hinted at changes for the next game, saying that the four members of the panel who have not yet played are in line for selection.
Joyce looks forward after Australian loss
Ireland Skipper Isobel Joyce was disappointed about the way the team fielded and bowled against a classy Australian outfit.
Lanning stars as Australia defeat Ireland
Ireland Women were on the receiving end of a record breaking knock by Australian skipper Meg Lanning who led her side to a record 78 run win.
Lanning smashes records as Australia defeat Ireland
Australia recorded a record-breaking 78-run win over Ireland in their third match of the tournament.
Joyce disappointed at New Zealand loss
Ireland Skipper Isobel Joyce had mixed emotions after her side's 42 run defeat to New Zealand. Disappointed with the way Ireland fielded and bowled but happy with the way the side batted.
Johnston calls for improvement
A disappointed Trent Johnston called for major improvement from his team in two of the three disciplines following their 42 run defeat to New Zealand in Sylhet,
Battling Ireland downed by White Ferns
Ireland Women turned in a battling performance on their T20 World Cup debut before going down to New Zealand by 42 runs in Sylhet.
Aussies go to bat for Ireland
Two members of the Ireland Women squad have been given a welcome boost ahead of their opening T20 World Cup clash with New Zealand.
Johnston invokes spirit of 2007
Trent Johnston sees many of the qualities of the 2007 team in his charges, eager and willing to learn and full of Irish fight and passion.
All not lost for Ireland
Ireland fans can now look forward to their women's team who begin their campaign against New Zealand at Sylhet on Tuesday.
Ireland hopeful on World Cup debut
The women's team goes into action tomorrow in the same Sylhet Divisional Stadium where the dreams of William Porterfield's team were butchered by the Netherlands.
Shillington on song
A much improved bowling performance from their defeat to Sri Lanka saw them restrict India to 148 for four and opener Clare Shillington then gave Ireland a whirlwind start with 47 from 43 balls.
Shillington and Joyce feature in top ten rankings
Isobel Joyce remains third ranked all-rounder, while Clare Shillington ranked tenth in batters list.
Raut and Pandy lead India to victory
Ireland lose their second warmup match, by 27 runs to India.
Ireland Women aim high in World Twenty20 debut
The squad captained by Isobel Joyce and coached by Trent Johnston faces formidable opposition over the coming two weeks.
Ireland Women lose warmup against Sri Lanka
The Ireland women's side came up 49 runs short against Sri Lanka in their first World T20 warm up match.
Australia going for a hat-trick
Australia's women will aim to complete a hat-trick of titles after having won the previous two finals in Barbados and Colombo.
Video
Squads
Australia flag Australia
  • Meg Lanning (captain)
  • Alex Blackwell (vice-captain)
  • Nicole Bolton
  • Jess Cameron
  • Sarah Coyte
  • Rene Farrell
  • Holly Ferling
  • Alyssa Healy
  • Julie Hunter
  • Jess Jonassen
  • Delissa Kimmince
  • Beth Mooney
  • Erin Osborne
  • Ellyse Perry
  • Elyse Villani
Bangladesh flag Bangladesh
  • Salma Khatun (captain)
  • Jahanara Alam (vice-captain)
  • Shamima Sultana
  • Shohaly Akther
  • Ayasha Rahman
  • Fahima Khatun
  • Fargana Hoque
  • Khadija Tul Kubra
  • Lata Mondal
  • Nuzhat Tasnia
  • Panna Ghosh
  • Rumana Ahmed
  • Sanjida Islam
  • Shaila Sharmin
  • Sharmin Akhter
England flag England
  • Charlotte Edwards (captain)
  • Tammy Beaumont
  • Kate Cross
  • Jodie Dibble
  • Georgia Elwiss
  • Lydia Greenway
  • Rebecca Grundy
  • Jenny Gunn
  • Danielle Hazell
  • Amy Jones
  • Heather Knight
  • Natalie Sciver
  • Anya Shrubsole
  • Sarah Taylor
  • Fran Wilson
India flag India
  • Mithali Raj (captain)
  • Harmanpreet Kaur (vice-captain)
  • Soniya Dabir
  • Archana Das
  • Jhulan Goswami
  • Karu Jain
  • Latika Kumari
  • Smriti Mandhana
  • Madhuri Mehta
  • Sravanthi Naidu
  • Shikha Pandey
  • Poonam Yadav
  • Poonam Raut
  • Shubhlakshmi Sharma
  • Gouher Sultana
Ireland flag Ireland
  • Isobel Joyce (captain)
  • Laura Delany
  • Emma Flanagan
  • Jennifer Gray
  • Cecelia Joyce
  • Amy Kenealy
  • Louise McCarthy
  • Kate McKenna
  • Lucy O'Reilly
  • Eimear Richardson
  • Rebecca Rolfe
  • Melissa Scott-Hayward
  • Clare Shillington
  • Elena Tice
  • Mary Waldron
New Zealand flag New Zealand
  • Suzie Bates (captain)
  • Sophie Devine (vice-captain)
  • Nicola Browne
  • Sam Curtis
  • Maddie Green
  • Georgia Guy
  • Holly Huddleston
  • Hayley Jensen
  • Felicity Leydon-Davis
  • Sara McGlashan
  • Frances Mackay
  • Katey Martin
  • Morna Nielsen
  • Katie Perkins
  • Rachel Priest
Pakistan flag Pakistan
  • Sana Mir (captain)
  • Bismah Maroof (vice-captain)
  • Anam Amin
  • Asmavia Iqbal
  • Batool Fatima
  • Javeria Khan
  • Marina Iqbal
  • Nahida Khan
  • Nain Abidi
  • Nida Dar
  • Qanita Jalil
  • Sadia Yousuf
  • Sania Khan
  • Sidra Ameen
  • Sumaiya Siddiqi
South Africa South Africa
  • Mignon du Preez (captain)
  • Trisha Chetty
  • Moseline Daniels
  • Shandre Fritz
  • Shabnim Ismail
  • Marizanne Kapp
  • Lizelle Lee
  • Marcia Letsoalo
  • Sunette Loubser
  • Suné Luus
  • Nadine Moodley
  • Andrie Steyn
  • Chloe Tryon
  • Yolandi van der Westhuizen
  • Dane van Niekerk
 Sri Lanka flag Sri Lanka
  • Shashikala Siriwardene (captain)
  • Chamari Atapattu (vice-captain)
  • Nilakshi de Silva
  • Chandima Gunaratne
  • Eshani Lokusuriyage
  • Chamari Polgampola
  • Yasoda Mendis
  • Hasini Perera
  • Udeshika Prabodhani
  • Oshadi Ranasinghe
  • Inoka Ranaweera
  • Deepika Rasangika
  • Maduri Samuddika
  • Rebeca Vandort
  • Sripali Weerakkody
West Indies flag West Indies
  • Merissa Aguilleira (captain)/keeper
  • Shemaine Campbelle
  • Shanel Daley
  • Deandra Dottin
  • Chinelle Henry
  • Stacy-Ann King
  • Kycia Knight
  • Kyshona Knight
  • Natasha McLean
  • Anisa Mohammed
  • Subrina Munroe
  • Shaquana Quintyne
  • Shakera Selman
  • Tremayne Smartt
  • Stafanie Taylor