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Inaugural Under-19 women’s world champs to be crowned on January 29 in Potchefstroom

The JB Marks Oval in Potchefstroom will host the ultimate of the inaugural Beneath-19 Ladies’s T20 World Cup on 29 January, 2023. The event, initially scheduled for 2021 earlier than the Covid-19 pandemic struck, will kick off on January 14, and can characteristic 41 matches throughout two weeks throughout Benoni and Potchefstroom. January 30 is a reserve day for the ultimate.

In all 16 groups will contest the event, together with Indonesia and Rwanda, who will characteristic in a show-piece occasion in cricket for the primary time.

The groups are break up into 4 teams, with the highest three from every group going via to a Tremendous 6 spherical. The semi-finals will each be held on January 27, with a reserve day slotted for twenty eighth.

Group A consists of Australia, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and USA, Group B is England, Pakistan, Zimbabwe and Rwanda, Group C is Eire, Indonesia, New Zealand and West Indies, whereas Group D includes India, South Africa, UAE and Scotland.

4 video games will performed every day throughout spherical one, unfold throughout the JB Marks Oval and NW College Oval in Potchefstroom, and Willowmoore Park and Willowmoore Park B in Benoni. Australia and Bangladesh play the event opener at Willowmoore Park on January 14, whereas India open their account in opposition to South Africa later that night.

Within the Tremendous 6s, groups from teams A and D will face one another, and groups from Teams B tackle these from Group C for a spot within the semis.

The principle occasion will likely be preceded by 16 warm-up matches between January 9 and 11 in Johannesburg and Tshwane.

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