Saturday, 25 March 2017

ICC Women's World Cup 2017 Teams - Squad

ICC Women's World Cup 2017 Teams - Squad: As the time for the ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 is drawing nearer, people were quite inquisitive to know about the ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 Qualifiers Teams. Though the top four teams of the 2014-16 ICC Women’s Championship has qualified automatically, whereas the other four places in the tournament has been filled by the top four teams in 2017 Women’s World Cup Qualifier, a tournament of ten teams. In the eight teams of 2014-16 ICC Women’s Championship, its four teams, namely Australia, England, New Zealand and West Indies have qualified automatically for the Women’s World Cup 2017 whereas the bottom four teams, namely India, South Africa, Pakistan and Sri Lanka have qualified for the 2017 World Cup Qualifier. Importantly, the qualifier for the 2017 World Cup was played in Colombo, Sri Lanka in the month of February, 2017.


ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 Schedule

Start Date24 June 2017
End Date23 July 2017
HostEngland
Participant teamsAustralia, England, New Zealand, West Indies, India, Pakistan, South Africa and Sri Lanka
VenueLondon, Somerset, Gloucestershire, Derbyshire and Leicestershire

ICC Women's World Cup 2017 Teams - Squad

BANGLADESH – Rumana Ahmed (captain), Fargana Hoque, Fahima Khatun, Sanjida Islam, Jahanara Alam, Khadiza-Tul Kubra, Lata Mondol, Nigar Sultana (wicketkeeper), Panna Ghosh, Ritu Moni, Salma Khatun, Sarmin Sultana, Sharmin Akter and Suraya Azmin. Coach: David Capel

IRELAND – Laura Delany (captain), Kim Garth, Cecelia Joyce, Isobel Joyce, Shauna Kavanagh, Amy Kenealy, Meg Kendal, Gaby Lewis, Robyn Lewis,  Louise McCarthy, Ciara Metcalfe, Lucy O’Reilly, Mary Waldron (wicketkeeper) and Clare Shillington. Coach: Aaron Hamilton

INDIA – Mithali Raj (captain),  Ekta Bisht, Rajeshwari Gayakwad, Jhulan Goswami, Harmanpreet Kaur, Veda Krishnamurthy, Mona Meshram, Shikha Pandey, Sukanya Parida, Deepti Sharma, M D Thirushkamini, Devika Vaidya, Sushma Verma and Poonam Yadav. Coach: Purnima Rau

PAPUA NEW GUINEA – Pauke Siaka (captain), Vicky Araá,  Kaia Arua, Helen Buruk (wicket keeper), Veru Frank, Sibona Jimmy, Kopi John, Ravini Oa, Konio Oala, Norma Ovasaru, Hinamutawa Philip, Tanya Ruma, Brenda Tau and Mairi Tom. Coaches: Rodney Maha and Cathryn Fitzpatrick

PAKISTAN – Sana Mir (captain),  Aiman Anwar, Aliya Riaz, Anam Amin, Ayesha Zafar, Bibi Nahida, Bismah Maroof, Ghulam Fatima, Javeria Wadood, Maham Tariq, Nashra Sundhu, Sidra Amin, Sidra Nawaz (wicket keeper) and Syeda Nain Fatima Abidi. Coach: Mohammad Kabir

SCOTLAND – Abbi Aitken (captain), Kari Anderson, Kathryn Bryce, Sarah Bryce (wicket keeper), Naz Chatterji, Kirstie Gordon, Samantha Haggo, Lorna Jack (wicket keeper), Abtaha Maqsood, Katie McGill, Liz Priddle, Ollie Rae, Rachel Scholes and Fi Urquhart. Coach: Steve Knox

SOUTH AFRICA – Dane Van Niekerk (captain), Trisha Chetty (wicketkeeper), Moseline Daniels, Mignon Du Preez, Yolani Fourie, Lara Goodall, Shabnim Ismail, Marizanne Kapp, Ayabonga Khaka, Lizelle Lee, Matshipi Letsoalo, Sune Luus, Chloe Tryon and Laura Wolvaardt. Coach: Hilton Moreeng

SRI LANKA – Inoka Ranaweera (captain), Chamari Athapaththu, Inoshi Fernando, Nipuni Hansika, Eshani Lokusooriya, Sugandika Kumari, Harshitha Madhavi, Dilani Manodara, Hasini Perera, Udeshika Prabodani, Chamari Polgampola, Malsha Shehani, Prasadani Weerakkodi and Sripali Weerakkody (wicketkeeper). Coach: Hemantha Devapriya.

THAILAND – Sornnarin Tippoch (captain),  Shagufta Arwae,  Nattaya Boochatham, Naruemol Chaiwai (wicketkeeper), Natthakan Chantham, Rosenanee Kanoh, Nannapat Khoncharoenkai (wicket keeper), Suleeporn Laomi, Sotaya Lateh, Ratanaporn Padunglerd, Sirintra Saengsakaorat, Sainammin Saenya, Rattana Sangsoma, Chanida Sutthiruang. Coach: Janak Champika Gamage

ZIMBABWE – Sharne Mayers (captain), Precious Marange, Esther Mbofana, Pellagia Mujaji, Modester Mupachikwa (wicketkeeper), Marry-Anne Musonda, Nomatter Mutasa, Ashley Ndiraya, Josephine Nkomo, Nonhlanhla Nyathi (wicketkeeper), Loreen Tshuma, Tasmeen Granger, Nomvelo Sibanda and Anesu Mushangwe. Coach: Trevor Phiri.

ICC Women's World Cup 2017 Schedule PDF- Fixtures, Time Table

ICC Women's World Cup 2017 Schedule PDF- Fixtures, Time Table: Among all the fans of the ICC Women’s World Cup 2017, one thing is quite common: they all want to know about the ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 Schedule. Altogether, there will be 31 matches to be played between the time period of June 24 and July 23. The first match of the tournament will be played on June 24. Though there was some amount of confusion over the venue of the final of the tournament. But, on February 05 the officials of the International Cricket Council dispelled the confusion by announcing that the final of the match will be played on July 23rd at Lord’s. The comprehensive ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 Schedule will however be announced on March, 28.


Qualified Teams

TeamMode of qualification
AustraliaWomen’s Championship
EnglandWomen’s Championship
New ZealandWomen’s Championship
West IndiesWomen’s Championship
IndiaWorld Cup Qualifier
South AfricaWorld Cup Qualifier
Sri LankaWorld Cup Qualifier
PakistanWorld Cup Qualifier

Venues

LondonDerbyBristolLeicesterTaunton
Lord’sCounty GroundBristol County GroundGrace RoadCounty Ground
Capacity: 28,000Capacity: 9,500Capacity: 8,000Capacity: 12,000Capacity: 8,500

ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 Schedule Fixtures

DateMatchFixtureVenue
24 JuneMatch 1New Zealand Women vs Sri Lanka WomenBristol
Match 2England Women vs India WomenDerby
25 JuneMatch 3Pakistan Women vs South Africa WomenLeicester
26 JuneMatch 4Australia Women vs West Indies WomenTaunton
27 JuneMatch 5England Women vs Pakistan WomenLeicester
28 JuneMatch 6South Africa Women vs New Zealand WomenDerby
29 JuneMatch 7West Indies Women vs India WomenTaunton
Match 8Sri Lanka Women vs Australia WomenBristol
2 JulyMatch 9England Women vs Sri Lanka WomenTaunton
Match 10Australia Women vs New Zealand WomenBristol
Match 11India Women vs Pakistan WomenDerby
Match 12South Africa Women vs West Indies WomenLeicester
5 JulyMatch 13England Women vs South Africa WomenBristol
Match 14Sri Lanka Women vs India WomenDerby
Match 15Pakistan Women vs Australia WomenLeicester
6 JulyMatch 16New Zealand Women vs West Indies WomenTaunton
8 JulyMatch 17New Zealand Women vs Pakistan WomenTaunton
Match 18South Africa Women vs India WomenLeicester
9 JulyMatch 19England Women vs Australia WomenBristol
Match 20West Indies Women vs Sri Lanka WomenDerby
11 JulyMatch 21West Indies Women vs Pakistan WomenLeicester
12 JulyMatch 22Sri Lanka Women vs South Africa WomenTaunton
Match 23Australia Women vs India WomenBristol
Match 24England Women vs New Zealand WomenDerby
15 JulyMatch 25South Africa Women vs Australia WomenTaunton
Match 26England Women vs West Indies WomenBristol
Match 27India Women vs New Zealand WomenDerby
Match 28Pakistan Women vs Sri Lanka WomenLeicester
18 JulyMatch 291st Semi-FinalBristol
20 JulyMatch 302nd Semi-FinalDerby
23 JulyMatch 31FinalLord’s

The format of the match is such that all the participating teams of the tournament will be facing off against each other, at least once. The matches of the tournament will span to 21 days and there will be 28 round-robin matches on the Derby, Leicester, Taunton and Lord’s venues.