Zimbabwe to host 2022 Women’s Cricket World Cup qualifiers

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The
10-team
tournament,
the
schedule
for
which
will
be
announced
in
due
course,
decides
three
qualifiers
for
next
year’s
women’s
World
Cup
to
be
held
in
New
Zealand
from
March
4
to
April
3.

They
will
join
five
sides
who
have
already
qualified
through
the
ICC
Women’s
Championship

Australia,
England,
India,
South
Africa
and
hosts
New
Zealand.

The
three
qualifiers
as
well
as
the
next
two
teams
will
also
ensure
places
in
the
next
ICC
Women’s
Championship
(IWC)
along
with
the
top
five
from
last
time,
as
the
number
of
teams
in
the
third
cycle
of
the
IWC
goes
up
from
eight
to
10
teams.

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

“The
ICC
Women’s
Cricket
World
Cup
Qualifier
is
an
extremely
important
event
in
our
calendar
as
it
not
only
provides
teams
with
a
chance
to
qualify
for
the
World
Cup
but
will
also
determine
the
final
two
participants
in
the
next
edition
of
the
ICC
Women’s
Championship,”
ICC
Head
of
Events
Chris
Tetley
said.

Zimbabwe
Cricket
Chairman
Tavengwa
Mukuhlani
said:
“Firstly,
I
wish
to
express
our
heartfelt
thanks
to
the
ICC
board
for
their
magnanimous
gesture
in
allowing
us
the
privilege
of
hosting
the
ICC
Women’s
Cricket
World
Cup
Qualifier
2021.

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“On
our
part,
we
will
leave
no
stone
unturned
to
ensure
this
prestigious
global
event
stands
out
as
a
unique
event
that
celebrates
Zimbabwe
in
all
its
magnificent
splendour,
richness,
vibrancy,
diversity
and
glory.”

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