Zimbabwe vs Indonesia Women ICC Cricket World Cup:- The event’s early years were marked by funding difficulties, which meant several teams had toward decline invitations to compete &caused gaps of up to 6th years between tournaments. However, since 2005 World Cups have been hosted at regular four-year intervals.
The first ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup was held in England in 1973, making it the sport’s oldest championship. The ICC Women’s T20 World Cup is an additional Twenty20 International cricket championship. Matches are played as One Day Internationals (ODIs) with 50 overs per team. Over the next few weeks, the competition is expected toward throw up multiple bright young talents from different countries, which would then be expected to take their respective countries’ mantle forward & serve their international sides as a long time to come.
Zimbabwe vs Indonesia Women ICC Cricket World Cup 2024
The opening group stage of the ICC U19 Women’s T20 World Cup 2024 has come to a close, for star players beginning to emerge &a number of squad impressing ahead of the Super Six group stage. We take a look at some of the biggest talking points from the first six days of action in South Africa.
Look no further than the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2024! Held in Zimbabwe and Indonesia, this event is sure to be a blockbuster. Zimbabwe is the defending champions and will be looking to defend their title against some tough competition. Indonesia, on the other hand, are making their first appearance at the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup and are loaded with talent. So which team will come out on top? Tune in to find out!
Zimbabwe vs Indonesia Women ICC Cricket World Cup Overview
|Zimbabwe vs Indonesia
|Date & Time
|20 January 2024, Friday, 05:15 PM
|Willow Moore Park, Benoni, South Africa
Zimbabwe vs Indonesia Women ICC Cricket World Cup 2024 Team Squad
The Zimbabwe women’s cricket team has been selected to represent Zimbabwe in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2024, which is set to take place in Indonesia. The team is made up of players from all over Zimbabwe, and is led by captain Shingi Masakadza. Here is a look at the squad’s full roster:
Kelis Ndhlovu (c), Kelly Ndiraya, Kay Ndiraya, Adel Zimunu, Natasha Mtomba, Vimbai Mutungwindu, Danielle Meikle, Tawana Marumani, Michelle Mavunga, Olinder Chare, Kudzai Chigora, Betty Mangachena, Chipo Moyo, Faith Ndhlalambi, Rukudzo Mwakayeni