Hong Kong’s Women’s Premier League T20 tournament starts on Wednesday, May 19, with Jade Jets taking on Bauhinia Stars in a three-match T20 series.

Cricket Hong Kong has announced that the final of the first-ever CHK Women’s U19 Cup will act as the curtain-raiser for the first WPL T20 game next week. The next two WPL T20 matches are scheduled for June 20 and 27. 

All three Women’s Premier League T20 matches will be played at the Tin Kwong Road Recreation Ground

Earlier in the year, Jade Jets defeated Bauhinia Stars 2-1 in a longer-format series which included two 35-over and one 40-over games.

The longer-format tournament provided a platform for Hong Kong’s top women cricketers to compete at the highest level possible within the region.

The live streams for these matches had garnered more than 60,000 views from around the world on Cricket Hong Kong’s Facebook and YouTube channels. 

Women’s Premier League T20 teams and squads

Bauhinia Stars: Kary Chan (captain), Connie Wong, Shanzeen Shahzad, Jenefer Davies, Ruchitha Venkatesh, Maryan Bibi, Maheen Haider, Jennifer Alumbro, Jaswinder Kaur, Emma Lai, Dorothea Chan, Amanda Cheung, Alison Siu and Anum Ahmad

Jade Jets: Jasmine Titmuss (captain), Mariko Hill, Tinaz Kharbari, Rida Halder, Rajvir Kaur, Tammy Chu, Puil To, Keenu Gill, Katy Gibbons, Iqra Sahar, Chan Sau Ha, Betty Chan, Ashley Hung and Lemon Cheung

Women’s Premier League T20 schedule, fixtures and live India match times

All times are in India Standard Time (IST)

Day, Date


Time (IST)


Wednesday, May 19

Bauhinia Stars vs Jade Jets

11:30 AM IST

Tin Kwong Road Recreation Ground

Sunday, June 20

Jade Jets vs Bauhinia Stars

7:00 AM IST

Tin Kwong Road Recreation Ground

Sunday, June 27

Bauhinia Stars vs Jade Jets

7:00 AM IST

Tin Kwong Road Recreation Ground

Where to watch Women’s Premier League T20 2021 live in India?

Live streaming of the Women’s Premier League T20 2021 will be available on the official Youtube and Facebook page of Hong Kong Cricket.

There will be no telecast of the WPL T20 in India.

Featured photo: Twitter/CricketHongKong