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Results
Playoffs
  • Women's T20 Qualifier, Playoffs
    Final: Bangladesh beat Ireland by 25 runs.
    Utrecht, 14 July.
    Bangladesh 122-9 (20.0 overs, A Rahman 46, L O'Reilly 4-28, C Metcalfe 2-24)
    Ireland 97 (18.4 overs, G Lewis 26, P Ghosh 5-16, N Akhter 2-15, R Ahmed 2-14)
    Scorecard
  • Women's T20 Qualifier, Playoffs
    3rd-4th Place: Scotland beat Papua New Guinea by 10 wickets.
    Utrecht, 14 July.
    Papua New Guinea 101-6 (20.0 overs, V Frank 28*, S Jimmy 25, H Rainey 2-22)
    Scotland 102-0 (17.0 overs, K Bryce 51*, S Bryce 41*)
  • Women's T20 Qualifier, Playoffs
    5th-6th Place: Thailand beat Uganda by 34 runs.
    Amstelveen, 14 July.
    Thailand 113-7 (20.0 overs, N Chantam 44, N Boochatham 38)
    Uganda 79-8 (20.0 overs, S Nampiina 29*, C Sutthiruang 2-7)
  • Women's T20 Qualifier, Playoffs
    7th-8th Place: UAE beat Netherlands in superover (6-5).
    Amstelveen, 14 July.
    Netherlands 146-3 (20.0 overs, S Kalis 79, D Hannema 30*)
    UAE 146-9 (20.0 overs, N Ali 37, C Mughal 32, L Klokgieters 3-34, H Siegers 2-25)
  • Women's T20 Qualifier, Playoffs
    Semi-Final: Bangladesh beat Scotland by 49 runs.
    VRA Amstelveen, 12 July.
    Bangladesh 125-6 (20.0 overs, Nigar Sultana 31*, P Chatterji 2-17)
    Scotland 76-7 (20.0 overs, S Bryce 31, Rumana Ahmed 2-10, Nahida Alder 2-16)
  • Women's T20 Qualifier, Playoffs
    Semi-Final: Ireland beat Papua New Guinea by 27 runs.
    VRA Amstelveen, 12 July.
    Ireland 113-6 (20.0 overs, G Lewis 36, V Araa 2-2 3)
    Papua New Guinea 86 (19.2 overs, L O'Reilly 3-13, L Delany 2-15, E Richardson 2-22)
    Scorecard
  • Women's T20 Qualifier, Playoffs
    5th-8th Semi-Final: Netherlands lost to Uganda by 6 wickets.
    Utrecht, 12 July.
    Netherlands 118-3 (20.0 overs, H Siegers 46, S Kalis 43)
    Uganda 119-4 (18.3 overs, G Candiru 43*)
  • Women's T20 Qualifier, Playoffs
    5th-8th Semi-Final: UAE lost to Thailand by 7 wickets.
    Utrecht, 12 July.
    UAE 50 (18.1 overs, C Sutthiruang 2-7, S Laomi 2-10)
    Thailand 51-3 (15.3 overs, S Srinivasan 2-15 )
Group A
                        P    W    T   NR    L  Pts     NRR
Ireland                 3    3    0    0    0    6     1.67
Scotland                3    2    0    0    1    4     1.36
Uganda                  3    1    0    0    2    2    -1.70
Thailand                3    0    0    0    3    0    -0.92
Scorecard Uganda (0) lost to Ireland (2) by 8 wickets, 10 July.
Scorecard Scotland (0) lost to Ireland (2) by 9 wickets, 8 July.
Scorecard Thailand (0) lost to Ireland (2) by 7 wickets, 7 July.
  • Women's T20 Qualifier, Group A
    Uganda (0) lost to Ireland (2) by 8 wickets.
    VRA Amstelveen, 10 July.
    Uganda 78-8 (20.0 overs, C Metcalfe 3-8, E Richardson 2-19)
    Ireland 79-2 (12.1 overs, C Shillington 27)
  • Women's T20 Qualifier, Group A
    Scotland (2) beat Thailand (0) by 27 runs.
    Utrecht, 10 July.
    Scotland 97-7 (20.0 overs, G Bryce 39, B Glen 28, N Boochatham 3-16)
    Thailand 70 (17.1 overs, R Scholes 4-10, K McGill 2-4)
  • Women's T20 Qualifier, Group A
    Scotland (0) lost to Ireland (2) by 9 wickets.
    Amstelveen, 8 July.
    Scotland 98-2 (20.0 overs, S Bryce 49*)
    Ireland 99-1 (15.4 overs, C Shillington 47, C Joyce 35 )
  • Women's T20 Qualifier, Group A
    Uganda (2) beat Thailand (0) by 4 wickets.
    Kampong, Utrecht, 8 July.
    Thailand 67-9 (20.0 overs, I Nakisuuyi 2-8, G Candiru 2-11)
    Uganda 68-6 (18.1 overs, S Laomi 3-17, C Sutthiruang 2-11)
  • Women's T20 Qualifier, Group A
    Ireland (2) beat Thailand (0) by 7 wickets.
    Kampong, Utrecht, 7 July.
    Thailand 92-7 (20.0 overs, N Boochatham 41, L O'Reilly 3-23, I Joyce 2-12)
    Ireland 93-3 (16.2 overs, C Shillington 38, S Tippoch 3-12)
  • Women's T20 Qualifier, Group A
    Scotland (2) beat Uganda (0) by 9 wickets.
    Amstelveen, 7 July.
    Uganda 43 (15.3 overs, R Scholes 3-3, A Maqsood 3-8, K McGill 2-9)
    Scotland 47-1 (6.5 overs, S Bryce 36*)
Group B
                        P    W    T   NR    L  Pts     NRR
Bangladesh              3    3    0    0    0    6     3.01
Papua New Guinea        3    2    0    0    1    4     0.33
UAE                     3    1    0    0    2    2    -1.24
Netherlands             3    0    0    0    3    0    -2.15
  • Women's T20 Qualifier, Group B
    UAE (0) lost to Bangladesh (2) by 8 wickets.
    Utrecht, 10 July.
    UAE 39 (16.2 overs, Fatina Khatun 4-8 (inc hat-trick), Nahida Akter 2-2, Rumana Ahmed 2-4)
    Bangladesh 40-2 (6.5 overs)
  • Women's T20 Qualifier, Group B
    Papua New Guinea (2) beat Netherlands (0) by 44 runs.
    Amstelveen, 10 July.
    Papua New Guinea 129-5 (20.0 overs, K John 40, B Tau 34)
    Netherlands 85 (16.4 overs, D Hannema 35, M Tom 4-24, R Oa 2-11)
  • Women's T20 Qualifier, Group B
    Bangladesh (2) beat Netherlands (0) by 7 wickets.
    Utrecht, 8 July.
    Netherlands 42 (18.0 overs, Rumana Ahmed 3-2, Fahima Khatun 3-3, Panna Ghosh 2-13)
    Bangladesh 44-3 (7.5 overs, C van Slobbe 2-4)
  • Women's T20 Qualifier, Group B
    Papua New Guinea (2) beat UAE (0) by 2 wickets.
    Amstelveen, 8 July.
    UAE 83 (20.0 overs, S Jimmy 2-11)
    Papua New Guinea 84-8 (19.5 overs, S Srinivasan 3-13)
  • Women's T20 Qualifier, Group B
    UAE (2) beat Netherlands (0) by 6 wickets.
    Kampong, Utrecht, 7 July.
    Netherlands 137-3 (20.0 overs, S Kalis 88*, D Hannema 27, H Hotchandani 2-18)
    UAE 138-4 (19.4 overs, Nisha Ali 69, C Mughal 36, C de Fouw 3-31)
  • Women's T20 Qualifier, Group B
    Bangladesh (2) beat Papua New Guinea (0) by 8 wickets.
    Amstelveen, 7 July.
    Papua New Guinea 84-6 (20.0 overs, V Frank 27, P Ghosh 2-15)
    Bangladesh 86-2 (14.5 overs, S Sultana 35)
Reports
Ireland T20 World Cup fixtures confirmed
Meanwhile, Ireland’s Women will play Australia in Guyana in their first match at the World Twenty20 on Sunday November 11.
Ireland off to Guyana
IRELAND’S Women will be based in Guyana for their group games at the World Twenty20 in November after losing the qualifying Final to Bangladesh yesterday in the Netherlands by 25 runs.
Bangladesh beat Ireland in final
Bangladesh won the ICC Women’s World T20 Qualifier after defeating Ireland by 25 runs at Kampong.
Polosak and Redfern to umpire final
The match official appointments for the final of the ICC Women’s World T20 Qualifier in the Netherlands have been announced.
Ireland secure qualification with win over PNG
Ireland Women secured T20 World Cup qualification with a nervy 27-run win against PNG in a tense semi-final showdown in Amstelveen.
T20 WCQ semi-finalists confimed
A dramatic final day of group stage matches at the ICC Women’s World T20 Qualifier saw Bangladesh, Ireland, Papua New Guinea, and Scotland confirm themselves as semi-finalists.
Bangladesh and PNG qualify for semi-finals
Bangladesh and Papua New Guinea reach the semi-finals from Group A.
Ireland beat Uganda to reach semi-final
Ireland Women duly recorded an emphatic 8-wicket against Uganda to top Group B and reach the semi-finals of the T20 World Cup Qualifiers at VRA in The Netherlands.
Rijke suspended from bowling
The Netherlands’ Robine Rijke has been suspended from bowling in international cricket with immediate effect after the Event Panel of the World T20 Qualifier confirmed that the fast bowler uses an illegal bowling action.
Two out of two for Ireland and Bangladesh
Ireland and Bangladesh beat Scotland and The Netherlands to stay top, while PNG defeat UAE, and Uganda stun Thailand.
Bangladesh and PNG win on day two
Bangladesh and Papua New Guinea are the winners in Group A on day two.
Ireland defeat Scotland with ease
Ireland made it two-from-two in the group stage with a victory by 9 wickets against Scotland.
Asian teams win in Group A openers
Wins for the UAE and Bangladesh in the opening Group A games in the Netherlands.
UAE beat Dutch on opening day
Elsewhere, the formbook was largely stuck to, as Ireland comfortably defeated Thailand, Bangladesh cruised past PNG, and Scotland crushed Uganda to lay down a marker.
Winning start for Ireland
Ireland made the perfect start to the tournament with a convincing 7-wicket victory over Thailand.
Netherlands and Scotland raring to go
Hosts Netherlands and Scotland will be looking to be at their best in a bid to make it from the eight-team ICC Women’s World T20 Qualifier.
Lewis powers Ireland to victory over PNG
Ireland Women romped to an 8-wicket win against Papua New Guinea in their warm-up match ahead of the T20 World Cup Qualifiers which get under way on Saturday.
Thailand and UAE look to give good account of themselves
Thailand and the United Arab Emirates are looking to give a good account of themselves, as they prepare to take on more fancied sides in the upcoming ICC Women’s World T20 Qualifier.
Bangladesh and Ireland favourites to progress
Bangladesh and Ireland will be the favourites in the World T20 Qualifier 2018 in the Netherlands, which provides the top two teams passage into the event proper in the West Indies later this year.
PNG and Uganda out to make impression
Papua New Guinea (PNG) and Uganda will aim to make an impression when they arrive in the Netherlands in their bid to claim the two remaining places at this year’s ICC Women’s World T20 2018.
Squads and umpires named for T20 World Cup Qualifier
ICC has announced the umpire and match referee appointments, and also confirmed the eight participating squads.
Squads
Bangladesh logo Bangladesh
  • Salma Khatun (captain)
  • Ayasha Rahman
  • Fahima Khatun
  • Fargana Hoque Pinky
  • Jahanara Alam
  • Khadiza-Tul Kubra
  • Lily Rani Biswas
  • Nahida Akter
  • Nigar Sultana Joty
  • Rumana Ahmed
  • Panna Ghosh
  • Shamima Sultana
  • Sanjida Islam
  • Sarmin Sultana
Ireland logo Ireland
  • Laura Delany (captain)
  • Kim Garth
  • Cecelia Joyce
  • Isobel Joyce
  • Shauna Kavanagh
  • Gaby Lewis
  • Lara Maritz
  • Ciara Metcalfe
  • Cara Murray
  • Lucy O'Reilly
  • Eimear Richardson
  • Clare Shillington
  • Rebecca Stokell
  • Mary Waldron
Netherlands logo Netherlands
  • Heather Siegers (captain)
  • Cher van Slobbe
  • Esther Corder
  • Caroline de Fouw
  • Babette de Leede
  • Denise Hannema
  • Sterre Kalis
  • Lisa Klokgieters
  • Mariska Kornet
  • Juliet Post
  • Annemijn Thomson
  • Robine Rijke
  • Silver Siegers
  • Jolien van Vliet
Papua New Guinea logo Papua New Guinea
  • Pauke Siaka (captain)
  • Natasha Ambol
  • Vicky Ara'a
  • Kaia Arua
  • Helen Buruka
  • Veru Kila Frank
  • Sibona Jimmy
  • Kopi John
  • Ravini Oa
  • Tanya Ruma
  • Brenda Tau
  • Mairi Tom
  • Isabel Toua
  • Naoani Vare
Scotland logo Scotland
  • Kathryn Bryce (captain)
  • Abbi Aitken
  • Sarah Bryce
  • Priyanaz Chatterji
  • Becky Glen
  • Laura Grant
  • Lorna Jack
  • Abtaha Maqsood
  • Katie McGill
  • Jess Mills
  • Hannah Rainey
  • Rachel Scholes
  • Ellen Watson
  • Ruth Willis
Thailand logo Thailand
  • Sornnarin Tippoch (captain)
  • Nattaya Boochatham
  • Naruemol Chaiwai
  • Natthakan Chantham
  • Onnicha Khamchomphu
  • Rosenanee Kanoh
  • Nannapat Koncharonkai
  • Suleeporn Laomi
  • Wongpaka Liengprasert
  • Rattanaporn Padunglerd
  • Srinitra Saengsakaorat
  • Sainamin Saenya
  • Chanida Sutthiruang
  • Arriya Yenyueak
UAE logo UAE
  • Humaira Tasneem (Captain)
  • Chamani Senevirathne
  • Chaya Mughal
  • Esha Oza
  • Heena Hotchandani
  • Ishni Senavirathna
  • Judit Cleetus
  • Kavisha Kumari
  • Namita Dsouza
  • Neha Sharma
  • Nisha Ali
  • Roopa Nagaraj
  • Subha Srinivasan
  • Udeni Kuruppuarachchi
Uganda logo Uganda
  • Kevin Awino (captain)
  • Joyce Mary Apio
  • Consylate Aweko
  • Getrude Candiru
  • Siadat Kemigisha
  • Janet Mbabazi
  • Rita Musamali
  • Frankline Najjumba
  • Immaculate Nakisuuyi
  • Mary Nalule
  • Prico Nakitende
  • Stephanie Nampiina
  • Carol Namugenyi
  • Rachael Ntono
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