Women's Twenty20 cricket

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Women's Twenty20 cricket is the newly emerging use of the Twenty20 match format in women's cricket. The rules of Twenty20 are the same for both men and women.

Women's Twenty20 has only been an international cricket game format since 2004. In June 2009, the ICC held the first ICC Women's World Twenty20 in England,[1] the hosts became the first World Twenty20 champion.[2]

The Australian Women's Twenty20 Cup was launched in 2007, and was replaced by the Women's Big Bash League in 2015. In Britain, the Women's Cricket Super League was launched in 2016.

See also


  1. ^ http://www.ecb.co.uk/news/world/icc-world-twenty20-2009/womens-icc-world-twenty20-2009/
  2. ^ http://www.ecb.co.uk/news/world/icc-world-twenty20-2009/womens-final,306178,EN.html

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