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The global cricket community does not only thrive from the men’s cricket teams. The women’s cricket teams are also busy throughout the year with international cricket matches.
The cricket events that are currently happening right now are the Ashes 2019 series and India Tour of West Indies. These are big cricket events that follow closely after the exciting Cricket World Cup this year. These events feature some of the men’s national cricket teams. The Ashes and India’s West Indies Tour both started in August, weeks after the Cricket World Cup finals.
Some of the men’s cricket teams continue their activities right after the World Cup. This year is an exciting year for cricket not just because of the men’s national cricket teams. The women’s national cricket teams also have numerous events that fans have waited to finally watch.
For instance, the Women’s Ashes just finished its run before the Ashes started this year. Cricket fans witnessed Australia’s many wins against England. The women’s cricket team of Australia took the Ashes back to their country again.
Australia completely dominated the Women’s Ashes this year. They won all the ODI matches, as well as the Test match in the series. They also won most of the T20I matches. The cricket odds were for Australia to win the Women’s Ashes this year. The team has won the last two Ashes series.
Fans of women’s cricket can continue to watch their favorite players in the Women’s Cricket Kia Super League as well. The women’s league is one of the newest tournaments in cricket. It was launched 2016 so this year is the league’s third edition.
The Women’s Cricket Kia Super League features both domestic and international cricket players. This year’s tournament started last August 6 and will continue until September 1. There are six teams currently playing under the league. They are:
The teams include local and overseas cricket players. Two of India’s rising players, Smriti Mandhana and Deepti Sharma, play for the Western Storm. Mandhana and Sharma are both members of India’s women national cricket team. Indian veteran Harmanpreet Kaur plays for Lancashire Thunder. Kaur is an allrounder for the India women’s cricket team. India’s women national cricket team’s next big event will be the T20 World Cup next year in Australia.
The ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020 also kicks off early next year. By February 21, you can finally watch your favorite cricket teams again as they play T20I matches in the tournament. The global cricket community does not only thrive from the men’s cricket teams. The women’s cricket teams are also busy throughout the year with international cricket matches.
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