Women’s Cricket World Cup pushed back to 2022 due to Covid-19 pandemic | The Guardian

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Qualifying for the 50-over tournament still not completedEngland men’s Test series in India in January may shrinkThe Covid-19 pandemic continues to damage the cricket calendar with the 2021 Women’s World Cup now pushed back to 2022 and the five-Test series for England’s men in India next January now expected to shrink in length.The International Cricket Council announced on Friday that the 50-over women’s tournament, due to be hosted by New Zealand in February, faces a 12-month delay despite hopes of it taking place as planned being raised by the organisers advertising for a “biosecurity manager” last week. Continue reading…

  • Qualifying for the 50-over tournament still not completed
  • England men’s Test series in India in January may shrink

The Covid-19 pandemic continues to damage the cricket calendar with the 2021 Women’s World Cup now pushed back to 2022 and the five-Test series for England’s men in India next January now expected to shrink in length.

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The International Cricket Council announced on Friday that the 50-over women’s tournament, due to be hosted by New Zealand in February, faces a 12-month delay despite hopes of it taking place as planned being raised by the organisers advertising for a “biosecurity manager” last week.

Continue reading…


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