Sunday, 19 February 2017

WWCQT - Super Six - Round 3 Results

Comfortable wins for India, South Africa and Sri Lanka mean that the four qualifiers for the Women's World Cup in June are India, South Africa, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.

India and South Africa will contest the final of this WWCQT.

Final Round Results

Pakistan 67 all out (Bisht 5/8)
India 70/3
Scorecard here

Ireland 166 all out (Waldron 33*)
South Africa 82/1 (won on D/L (47))
Scorecard here

Sri Lanka 197/9 (50 overs) (Jayangani 84, Khatun 3/18)
Bangladesh 68/6 (SL won by 42 runs on D/L)
Scorecard here

Final Super Six Standings


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19/II/17

Friday, 17 February 2017

WWCQT - Super Six - Round 2 Results

India and South Africa have qualified for the World Cup in June thanks to convincing 9 wicket wins over Bangladesh and Sri Lanka, respectively.

Pakistan have kept their qualification on track, alongside Sri Lanka, with a crushing win over Ireland, who can no longer qualify. Sri Lanka play Bangladesh in their last game, and even if they lose will almost certainly go through over Bangladesh on NRR, barring a calamitous result.

With just one round of games to be played the table looks like this.


Results

Bangladesh 155/8 (50 overs) (Hoque 50, Joshi 3/25)
India 158/1 (Meshram 78*, Raj 73*)
Scorecard here

Sri Lanka 142/9 (50 overs) (Hansika 48, Luus 3/40)
South Africa 145/1 (Woolvaardt 50*, Luus 50*)
Scorecard here

Pakistan 271/5 (50 overs) (J Khan 90*, N Khan 72*)
Ireland 185 all out (C Joyce 41, Sandhu 2/25, Yousuf 2/45)
Scorecard here

Wednesday, 15 February 2017

WWCQT - Super 6s - Round 1 Results

The first of the three rounds of the Super 6 stage of the competition has been completed, and India have taken a firm grip on being the first team to qualify for the World Cup, with a thumping 49 run win over closest rivals South Africa.

Sri Lanka have also given themselves a decent chance of making the trip to England with a hard fought win over Pakistan, which means that Pakistan and Bangladesh, who overcame a lacklustre Ireland, are probably fighting it out for the fourth place.

This is how the table currently looks, plus the games still to be played...


Results

India 205/8 (50 overs) (Raj 64, Meshram 55, Kapp 2/23)
South Africa 156 all out (Chetty 52, Pandey 4/34)
Scorecard here

Ireland 144 all out (Shillington 37, Delany 37, Alam 3/21)
Bangladesh 145/3 (Akhter 52, Hoque 34*)
Scorecard here

Pakistan 212/7 (50 overs) (N Khan 64, J Khan 63, Ranaweera 2/33)
Sri Lanka 216/5 (Kaushalya 65*, Weerakkody 45, Fatima 2/28)

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15/II/17

Monday, 13 February 2017

WWCQT - Fifth Round Results

The fifth round of games concluded the initial dual league structure games, and there were no last minute surprises with comfortable wins for India, Sri Lanka, South Africa and Pakistan.

It means that those four teams, together with Ireland and Bangladesh, have secured ODI status for the next four years and proceed to the Super 6s phase of the tournament. There each team will play the three teams that qualified from the opposite group. Once all the games have been played the top four teams will qualify for the Women's World Cup, and the top two teams will play off to see who wins this qualifying tournament.

The Super 6 games start this Wednesday. South Africa and India carry 4 points through to the Super 6s, Sri Lanka and Pakistan 2 and Ireland and Bangladesh 0 (as they only beat teams who have now been eliminated).

Group A - India, Sri Lanka, Ireland, Zimbabwe, Thailand


Zimbabwe 60 all out (Yadav 5/19)
India 6/1 (Krishnamurthy 29)
scorecard here


Thailand 122/8 (50 overs) (Boochatham 50, )
Sri Lanka 123/3 (50 overs) (Kumarihami 49)
scorecard here


Group B - South Africa, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Scotland, Papua New Guinea


Papua New Guinea 76 all out (Tau 30)
South Africa 77/0 (Wolvaardt 43*)
scorecard here


Scotland 91 all out (Mir 5/14)
Pakistan 94/4 (Khan 35*, Gordon 4/29)
scorecard here


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12/I/17

Saturday, 11 February 2017

WWCQT - Fourth Round Results

The fourth round of games are done and dusted and South Africa have joined India in the Super 6s.

Tomorrow is a rest day and then the final round of league games are due to be played on Monday.

Sri Lanka and Ireland eased their worries with wins over Zimbabwe and Thailand, the latter confirming Thailand's exit from the competition.

In Group B Scotland and PNG scrapped it out to keep their slim Super 6 hopes alive and it was Scotland who just came out on top. They will have to beat Pakistan tomorrow to stand any chance of getting through, but NRR looks against them.

Group A - India, Sri Lanka, Ireland, Zimbabwe, Thailand


Zimbabwe 149 all out (Musonda 32, Ranaweera 4/18)
Sri Lanka 153/2 (Jayangani 58, Weerakkody 33)
scorecard here


Ireland 218/7 (50 overs) (Garth 98, Delany 50, Padunglerd 2/25)
Thailand  172/9 (50 overs) (Boochatham 44, Tippoch 42, O'Reilly 3/28)
scorecard here


Group B - South Africa, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Scotland, Papua New Guinea


Scotland 169 all out (Scholes 35, Priddle 31, Siaka 6/19)
Papua New Guinea 162 all out (Tau 46, Anderson 3/35, Gordon 2/27)
scorecard here


Bangladesh 100 all out (Ahmed 39, Ismail 3/14)
South Africa 101/4 (Lee 34, Wolvaardt 30)
scorecard here


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11/I/17

Friday, 10 February 2017

WWCQT - Third Round Results

The third round of games have now been played. Big wins for India, Bangladesh and Pakistan, and a first win for Zimbabwe, but they have Sri Lanka and India still to play, whereas Ireland have Thailand.

It looks like India, Sri Lanka and Ireland are heading to Super 6s from Group A, and South Africa, Pakistan and Bangladesh from Group B.

Group A - India, Sri Lanka, Ireland, Zimbabwe, Thailand


India - 250/2 (50 overs) (Kamini 113*, Sharma 89)
Ireland 124 all out (Lewis 33, Joyce 31, Yadav 3/30)
scorecard here


Zimbabwe 191/8 (50 overs) (Musonda 35, Marange 34,  )
Thailand 155 all out (Tippoch 50, Mutasa 4/28)
scorecard here


Group B - South Africa, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Scotland, Papua New Guinea


Scotland 140 all out (Anderson 28, Khatun 3/21, Kubra 3/31)
Bangladesh 143/3 ( Hoque 53*)
scorecard here


Pakistan 276/5 (Zafar 115 retired, Khan 100, Siaka 2/34)
Papua New Guinea 40 all out (Sandhu 5/11)
scorecard here


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10/I/17

Wednesday, 8 February 2017

WWCQT - 2nd Round Results

Here are the results of the second round of games. No surprises as India and South Africa claim their second wins, and Pakistan and Sri Lanka open their accounts.

Group A - India, Sri Lanka, Ireland, Zimbabwe, Thailand


Thailand - 55 all out (Joshi 3/4, Sharma 2/8, Yadav 2/10, Gayakwad 2/18)
India 59/1 (12.2 overs) (Kamini 24*)
scorecard here
match report here

Sri Lanka 239/8 (50 overs) (Weerakkoddy 61, Surangika 53, I Joyce 4/39)
Ireland  93/9 (Kenal absent)(Shillington 36*, Fernando 3/21, Ranaweera 2/16, Weerakkody 2/37)
scorecard here
match report here


Group B - South Africa, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Scotland, Papua New Guinea


Scotland 142 all out (Anderson 50, Ismail 3/30, Khaka 2/9, Van Niekerk 2/21)
South Africa 143/4 (Tryon 45*, Chetty 35*, Gordon 2/39 )
scorecard here
match report here

Pakistan 227 all out (Maroof 35, Ahmed 3/40, Khatun 2/37, Kubra 2/43)
Bangladesh 160 all out (Sultana 41, Islam 34, Fatima 3/28, Mir 2/19, Sandhu 2/27)
scorecard here
match report here

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08/I/17