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Results
Final
  • Women: World T20, Playoffs
    Australia beat England by 8 wickets.
    Final Antigua, 25 November.
    England 105 (19.4 overs, Danielle Wyatt 43, Heather Knight 25, Ashleigh Gardner 3-22, Georgia Wareham 2-11, Megan Schutt 2-13)
    Australia 106-2 (15.1 overs, Ashleigh Gardner 33*, Meg Lanning 28*)
Semi-Finals
  • Women: World T20, Playoffs
    England beat India by 8 wickets.
    Antigua, 23 November.
    India 112 (19.3 overs, Smriti Mandana 34, Jemimah Rodrigues 26, Heather Knight 3-9, Kirstie Gordon 2-20, Sophie Ecclestone 3-22)
    England 116-2 (17.1 overs, Amy Jones 53*, Natalie Sciver 52*)
  • Women: World T20, Playoffs
    Australia beat West Indies by 71 runs.
    Antigua, 22 November.
    Australia 142-5 (20.0 overs, Alyssa Healy 46 , Meg Lanning 31, Rachael Haynes 25 *)
    West Indies 71 (17.3 overs, Ellyse Perry 2-2, Ashleigh Gardner 2-15, Delissa Kimmince 2-17 )
Group A
                        P    W    T   NR    L  Pts     NRR
West Indies             4   4     0    0    0    8     2.24
England                 4    2    0    1    1    5     1.32
South Africa            4    2    0    0    2    4    -0.28
Sri Lanka               4    1    0    1    2    3    -1.17
Bangladesh              4    0    0    0    4    0    -1.99
  • Women: World T20, Group A
    South Africa (2) beat Bangladesh (0) by 30 runs.
    Gros Islet, 19 November.
    South Africa 109-9 (20.0 overs, Marizanne Kapp 25, Salman Khatun 3-20, Khadiza-Tul Kubra 2-18)
    Bangladesh 79-5 (20.0 overs, Rumana Ahmed 34*)
  • Women: World T20, Group A
    West Indies (2) beat England (0) by 4 wickets.
    Gros Islet, 18 November.
    England 115-8 (20.0 overs, Sophie Dunkley 35, Anya Shrubsole 29, Shakera Selman 2-15, Deandra Dottin 2-21)
    West Indies 117-6 (19.3 overs, Deandra Dottin 46, Shemaine Campbelle 45, Anya Shrubsole 3-10)
  • Women: World T20, Group A
    West Indies (2) beat Sri Lanka (0) by 83 runs.
    Gros Islet, 17 November.
    West Indies 187-5 (20.0 overs, Hayley Matthews 62, Deandra Dottin 49, Sefanie Taylor 41)
    Sri Lanka 104 (17.4 overs, Chamari Athypaththu 44, Hayley Matthews 3-16)
  • Women: World T20, Group A
    England (2) beat South Africa (0) by 7 wickets.
    Gros Islet, 16 November.
    South Africa 85 (19.3 overs, Chloe Tyron 27, Natalie Sciver 3-4, Anya Shrubsole 3-11 (inc hat trick) , Kirstie Gordon 2-10)
    England 87-3 (14.1 overs, Danielle Wyatt 27, Tasmin Beaumont 24, Dan van Niekerk 2-13)
  • Women: World T20, Group A
    West Indies (2) beat South Africa (0) by 31 runs.
    Gros Islet, 15 November.
    West Indies 107-7 (20.0 overs, Lycia Knight 32, Natasha McClean 28, Shabnim Ismail 3-12, Dan van Niekerk 2-8)
    South Africa 76 (18.4 overs, Marizanne Kapp 26, Lizelle Lee24, Stefanie Taylor 4-12)
  • Women: World T20, Group A
    Sri Lanka (2) beat Bangladesh (0) by 25 runs.
    Gros Islet, 14 November.
    Sri Lanka 97-7 (20.0 overs, Shashikal Siriwardana 31, Jahanara Alam 3-21)
    Bangladesh 72 (20.0 overs, Chamari Ahapaththu 3-17, Udeshika Pranodani 2-6, Shashikal Siriwardana 2-10)
  • Women: World T20, Group A
    Sri Lanka (9) lost to South Africa (2) by 7 wickets.
    Gros Islet, 13 November.
    Sri Lanka 99-8 (20.0 overs, Shabnim Ismail 3-10)
    South Africa 102-3 (18.3 overs, Marizanne Kapp 38, Dane van Niekerk 33*)
  • Women: World T20, Group A
    Bangladesh (0) lost to England (2) by 7 wickets.
    Gros Islet, 12 November.
    Bangladesh 76-9 (20.0 overs, Ayasha Raham 39, Kirstie Gordon 3-16)
    England 64-3 (9.3 overs, Amy Jones 28*, Natalie Sciver 23, Salma Khatun 2-17)
    DLS Method: par score 63 in 16 overs.
  • Women: World T20, Group A
    England (1) v Sri Lanka (1) - no result.
    Gros Islet, 10 November.
  • Women: World T20, Group A
    West Indies (2) beat Bangladesh (0) by 60 runs.
    Providence, 9 November.
    West Indies 106-8 (20.0 overs, Kycia Knight 32, Stefanie Taylor 29, Jahanara Alam 3-23, Rumana Ahmed 2-16)
    Bangladesh 46 (14.4 overs, Deandra Dottin 5-5, Shakera Selman 2-12)
Group B
                        P    W    T   NR    L  Pts     NRR
India                   4    4    0    0    0    8     1.83
Australia               4    3    0    0    1    6     1.52
New Zealand             4    2    0    0    2    4     1.03
Pakistan                4    1    0    0    3    2    -0.99
Ireland                 4    0    0    0    3    0    -3.53

Scorecard Ireland (0) lost to New Zealand (2) by 8 wickets, 17 November.
Scorecard India (2) beat Ireland (0) by 52 runs , 15 November.
Scorecard Pakistan (2) beat Ireland (0) by 38 runs, 13 November.
Scorecard Ireland (0) lost to Australia (2) by 9 wickets, 11 November.
  • Women: World T20, Group B
    India (2) beat Australia (0) by 48 runs.
    Providence, Guyana, 17 November.
    India 167-8 (20.0 overs, Smriti Mandhana 83, Harmapreet Kaur 43, Ellyse Perry 3-16, Ashleigh Gardner 2-25, Delissa Kimmince 2-42)
    Australia 119 (19.4 overs, Ellyse Perry 39*, Anuja Patil 3-15, Radha Yadav 2-13 , Deepti Sharma 2-24, Poonam Yadav 2-28)
  • Women: World T20, Group B
    Ireland (0) lost to New Zealand (2) by 8 wickets.
    Providence, Guyana, 17 November.
    Ireland 79-9 (20.0 overs, Gaby Lewis 39, Leigh Kapersek 3-19, Lea Tahuhu 2-17 , Amelai Kerr 2-18)
    New Zealand 81-2 (7.3 overs, Sophie Devine 51)
  • Women: World T20, Group B
    India (2) beat Ireland (0) by 52 runs.
    Providence, Guyana, 15 November.
    India 145-6 (20.0 overs, Mithali Raj 51, Smriti Mandhana 33, K Garth 2-22)
    Ireland 93-8 (20.0 overs, Isobel Joyce 33, Clare Shillington 23, Radha Yadav 3-25, Deepti Sharma 2-15)
  • Women: World T20, Group B
    New Zealand (2) beat Pakistan (0) by 50 runs.
    Providence, Guyana, 15 November.
    New Zealand 144-6 (20.0 overs, Suzie Bates 35 , Sophie Devine 32, Katey Martin 29, Aliya Riaz 2-29, Sana Mir 2-35)
    Pakistan 90 (18.0 overs, Javeria Khan 36, Jess Watkin 3-9, Amelia Kerr 3-21)
  • Women: World T20, Group B
    Australia (2) beat New Zealand (0) by 33 runs.
    Providence Guyana, 14 November.
    Australia 153-7 (20.0 overs, Alyssa Healy 53, Rachael Haynes 29*, Beth Mooney 26, Lee Kasperek 3-25, Sophie Devine 2-37)
    New Zealand 120 (17.3 overs, Suzie Bates 48, Megan Schutt 3-12, Sophie Molineux 2-20, Delissa Kimmince 2-24 )
  • Women: World T20, Group B
    Pakistan (2) beat Ireland (0) by 38 runs.
    Providence, 13 November.
    Pakistan 139-6 (20.0 overs, Javeria Khan 74, L O'Reilly 3-19)
    Ireland 101-9 (20.0 overs, I Joyce 30, C Shillington 27, Nashra Sandhu 2-8, Aliya Riaz 2-16 , Sana Mir 2-20)
  • Women: World T20, Group B
    Pakistan (0) lost to India (2) by 7 wickets.
    Providence, 11 November.
    Pakistan 133-7 (20.0 overs, Bismah Maroof 53, Nidar Dar 52, Poonam Yadav 2-22, Dayalan Hempalatha 2-34)
    India 137-3 (19.0 overs, Mithali Raj 56, Smriti Mandhana 26)
  • Women: World T20, Group B
    Ireland (0) lost to Australia (2) by 9 wickets.
    Providence, 11 November.
    Ireland 93-6 (20.0 overs, K Garth 24, E Perry 2-12)
    Australia 94-1 (9.1 overs, A Healy 56*)
  • Women: World T20, Group B
    India (2) beat New Zealand (0) by 34 runs.
    Providence, 9 November.
    India 194-5 (20.0 overs, Harmanpreet Kaur 103, Jemimah Rodrigues 59, Lea Tahuhu 2-18)
    New Zealand 160-9 (20.0 overs, Suzie Bates 67, Katey Martin 39, Dayalan Hemalatha 3-26, Poonam Yadav 3-33, Radha Yadva 2-31)
  • Women: World T20, Group B
    Australia (2) beat Pakistan (0) by 52 runs.
    Providence, 9 November.
    Australia 165-5 (20.0 overs, Alyssa Healy 48, Beth Mooney 48, Meg Lanning 41, Aliya Riaz 2-25, Nashra Sandhu 2-43)
    Pakistan 113-8 (20.0 overs, Bismah Maroof 26, Megan Schutt 2-13, Georgia Wareham 2-18)
Warmup Matches
Scorecard Sri Lanka lost to Ireland by 8 wickets, 7 November.
Scorecard Ireland lost to Bangladesh by 6 wickets, 4 November.
  • Women: World T20, Warmups
    Sri Lanka lost to Ireland by 8 wickets.
    Coolidge, 7 November.
    Sri Lanka 85 (18.2 overs, H Madushila 31, L Maritz 3-1, C Raack 2-15)
    Ireland 86-2 (13.2 overs, C Shillington 50*)
  • Women: World T20, Warmups
    Bangladesh beat Ireland by 6 wickets.
    Providence, Guyana, 5 November.
    Ireland 84-7 (20.0 overs, K Garth 35, Rumana Ahmed 3-10, Jahanara Alam 2-11)
    Bangladesh 86-4 (14.4 overs, Ayasha Rahman 25, K Garth 3-4)
Reports
Australia hammer England to win fourth title
Australia won a record fourth ICC Women’s World T20 title with a comprehensive eight-wicket win over England at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua.
England and Australia ready for final showdown
Australia and England will meet in the final of the ICC Women’s World T20 for the third time. Australia are gunning for a record fourth title, while an England victory would see them hold both T20I and ODI world titles at the same time, a feat they previously achieved in 2009.
Australia to meet England in final
Australia made their fifth consecutive final with a dominant display against the home team, negating a 7000-strong home crowd. Australia will now challenge for a record fourth World T20, where they will meet England, who beat India in the second semi-final.
Teams ready for semi-final showdown
The ICC Women’s World T20 2018 was set to enter its knockout phase as the top four teams wrapped up final preparations for their semi-finals at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua.
Farewell to the grannies
Isobel Joyce and twin sister Cecelia sprang a surprise during Ireland’s post-match huddle at the end of the World T20 tournament in Guyana by announcing they would also be retiring from international cricket, along with Clare Shillington and Ciara Metcalfe.
Semi-final match appointments made
The International Cricket Council (ICC) today announced the match officials for the semi-finals of the ICC Women’s World T20 2018 to be played at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua.
End of the road for Ireland
WE knew two retirements would follow Ireland Women’s World Twenty20 campaign in the Caribbean but in the end there were four.
The Fantastic Four in numbers
The retirements of Clare Shillington, Ciara Metcalfe, Cecelia and Isobel Joyce leaves a huge void in the women's game, at a critical juncture for the sport.
Ireland hierarchy pay tribute to retirees
Leading Cricket Ireland officials have voiced their appreciation to the deluge of praise for Clare Shillington, Ciara Metcalfe, Isobel Joyce and Cecelia Joyce following their retirements.
No dream double for Ireland over New Zealand
THERE was no dream double for Ireland over New Zealand at the Women’s World T20 last night in Guyana. In the last game of their tournament Laura Delany’s were hurried to an eight-wicket defeat after just 7.3 overs.
Kim Garth post match press conference
Pembroke all-rounder Kim Garth reflects as Ireland bow out of the tournament after losing by eight wickets against New Zealand.
Ireland well beaten by New Zealand in final group game
As the tournament said goodbye to the Guyana National Stadium, Ireland gave two of their senior players a guard of honour as they took the field for the last time in international cricket, only to have two more announce their retirements at the end of the game.
Shillington and Metcalfe set to bow out
With more than 40 years of collective cricket experience between them, Clare Shillington and Ciara Metcalfe are about to take their final bow playing in the green – for both, the road has been a challenging one, but neither would change a thing.
Tough learning curve for Ireland
Isobel Joyce press conference after Ireland lost to India to end their qualification hopes.
Ireland out after India loss
India made a return to the last four of the ICC Women’s World T20 for the first time since 2010, with a comfortable 52-run win over Ireland.
Laura Delany frustrated after defeat to Pakistan
Ireland miss out on their best opportunity in Group B.
Hamilton and O'Reilly upbeat ahead of India clash
Aaron Hamilton was in a reflective mood but remained upbeat about his side's journey through the tournament so far.
Ireland fall 38 runs short against Pakistan
Ireland are still waiting for their first victory at a World Twenty20 after their second group game in Guyana.
Delany frustrated after Ireland beaten by Pakistan
Irish skipper Laura Delany left bitterly disappointed and frustrated after her side lost their T20 World Cup Group game against Pakistan.
Khan leads Pakistan to victory despite O'Reilly heroics
Pakistan sailed on a captain’s innings from Javeria Khan, as she guided them to a 38-run win over Ireland in the afternoon fixture at the Guyana National Stadium.
Ireland target Pakistan
KIM Garth has admitted that Ireland have Pakistan in their sights as the game they can realistically win at the Women’s World Twenty20 in the Caribbean.
Delany urges squad to refocus ahead of Pakistan clash
Laura Delany was keen for her side to take on the learnings of their match against Australia and refocus on the next challenge against Pakistan.
Kim Garth press conference
Cap centurion Kim Garth reflects on a tough day at the office as Ireland are beaten by nine wickets in their T20 World Cup opener.
Ireland well beaten in T20 World Cup opener
Alyssa Healy helped Australia make very quick work of Ireland, scoring a blitzy half century after her team restricted them to 93 for six.
Ireland determined ahead of Australia clash
There’s a new mood around the Ireland team that kicks off in their first game of the ICC Women’s World T20 in Guyana.
Delany buoyed by Irish form ahead of Australia opener
Laura Delany said her squad was buoyed by the victory against Sri Lanka on Wednesday night, however minds are firmly fixed on Sunday’s first Group Stage match against the world’s top-ranked side, Australia.
Ireland thump Sri Lanka in T20 World Cup warm-up
A fine all-round display saw Ireland beat Sri Lanka by eight wickets in their second and final warm-up match in the West Indies.
Ireland beaten by Bangladesh in World Cup warm up
Ireland's batting failed to fire as they went down by six wickets to Bangladesh in their first T20 World Cup warm-up game in Guyana.
Delany determined ahead of T20 World Cup
Captain Laura Delany wants to show the world that Irish cricket is on the rise and her enthusiasm is not doused by the fact that they are in a tough group that includes Australia, New Zealand, India and Pakistan.
Lewis hoping for big Irish showing in upcoming World Cup
The last few years has seen a great growth of Women’s cricket both globally but in particular, in Ireland. Home series’ against Australia, South Africa and New Zealand have yielded bigger crowds and bigger opportunities.
Ireland Women taking psychologist to World Cup
Ms Kennedy, Cricket Ireland’s consultant sports psychologist who originally hails from North Tipperary, will travel with the women’s team to the Caribbean for the tournament.
Celeste Raack named in T20 World Cup squad
Merrion all-rounder Celeste Raack has been named in Ireland's squad for next month's T20 World Cup in the West Indies.
Squads
Australia logo Australia
  • Meg Lanning
  • Nicole Bolton
  • Nicola Carey
  • Ashleigh Gardner
  • Rachael Haynes
  • Alyssa Healy
  • Jess Jonassen
  • Delissa Kimmince
  • Sophie Molineux
  • Beth Mooney
  • Ellyse Perry
  • Megan Schutt
  • Elyse Villani
  • Tayla Vlaeminck
  • Georgia Wareham
Bangladesh logo Bangladesh
  • Salma Khatun
  • Ayasha Rahman
  • Fahima Khatun
  • Fargana Hoque
  • Jahanara Alam
  • Khadija Tul Kubra
  • Lata Mondal
  • Nahida Akter
  • Nigar Sultana
  • Panna Ghosh
  • Ritu Moni
  • Rumana Ahmed
  • Sanjida Islam
  • Shamima Sultana
  • Sharmin Akhter
England logo England
  • Heather Knight
  • Tammy Beaumont
  • Katherine Brunt
  • Sophia Dunkley
  • Sophie Ecclestone
  • Tash Farrant
  • Kirstie Gordon
  • Jenny Gunn
  • Danielle Hazell
  • Amy Jones
  • Natalie Sciver
  • Anya Shrubsole
  • Linsey Smith
  • Lauren Winfield
  • Danielle Wyatt
India logo India
  • Harmanpreet Kaur
  • Smriti Mandhana
  • Taniya Bhatia
  • Ekta Bisht
  • Dayalan Hemalatha
  • Mansi Joshi
  • Veda Krishnamurthy
  • Anuja Patil
  • Poonam Yadav
  • Mithali Raj
  • Arundhati Reddy
  • Jemimah Rodrigues
  • Deepti Sharma
  • Pooja Vastrakar
  • Radha Yadav
Ireland logo Ireland
  • Laura Delany
  • Kim Garth
  • Cecelia Joyce
  • Isobel Joyce
  • Shauna Kavanagh
  • Amy Kenealy
  • Gaby Lewis
  • Lara Maritz
  • Ciara Metcalfe
  • Lucy O'Reilly
  • Celeste Raack
  • Eimear Richardson
  • Clare Shillington
  • Rebecca Stokell
  • Mary Waldron
New Zealand logo New Zealand
  • Amy Satterthwaite
  • Suzie Bates
  • Bernadine Bezuidenhout
  • Sophie Devine
  • Kate Ebrahim
  • Maddy Green
  • Holly Huddleston
  • Hayley Jensen
  • Leigh Kasperek
  • Amelia Kerr
  • Katey Martin
  • Anna Peterson
  • Hannah Rowe
  • Lea Tahuhu
  • Jess Watkin
Pakistan logo Pakistan
  • Javeria Khan
  • Aiman Anwer
  • Aliya Riaz
  • Anam Amin
  • Ayesha Zafar
  • Bismah Maroof
  • Diana Baig
  • Muneeba Ali
  • Nahida Khan
  • Nashra Sandhu
  • Natalia Pervaiz
  • Nida Dar
  • Sana Mir
  • Sidra Nawaz
  • Umaima Sohail
  • Sidra Ameen
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  • Dane van Niekerk
  • Trisha Chetty
  • Mignon du Preez
  • Shabnim Ismail
  • Marizanne Kapp
  • Masabata Klaas
  • Lizelle Lee
  • Sune Luus
  • Zintle Mali
  • Raisibe Ntozakhe
  • Robyn Searle
  • Tumi Sekhukhune
  • Saarah Smith
  • Chloe Tryon
  • Laura Wolvaardt
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  • Chamari Atapattu
  • Nilakshi de Silva
  • Kavisha Dilhari
  • Inoshi Priyadharshani
  • Ama Kanchana
  • Eshani Lokusuriyage
  • Sugandika Kumari
  • Yasoda Mendis
  • Hasini Perera
  • Udeshika Prabodhani
  • Oshadi Ranasinghe
  • Shashikala Siriwardene
  • Dilani Manodara
  • Rebeca Vandort
  • Sripali Weerakkody
West Indies logo West Indies
  • Stafanie Taylor
  • Merissa Aguilleira
  • Shemaine Campbelle
  • Shamilia Connell
  • Britney Cooper
  • Deandra Dottin
  • Afy Fletcher
  • Sheneta Grimmond
  • Chinelle Henry
  • Kycia Knight
  • Hayley Matthews
  • Natasha McLean
  • Anisa Mohammed
  • Chedean Nation
  • Shakera Selman