The Women’s Super50 Cup 2022 will start on June 16 and run till June 25.
Organised by Cricket West Indies, the upcoming edition of Women’s Super50 Cup will feature six teams playing a total of 15 matches across 10 days.
Leewards Islands, Windward Islands, Barbados, Guyana, Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago are the six teams participating in this year’s tournament.
Several West Indies women’s cricket team players will take part in the upcoming 50-over tournament.
Since the inception of the tournament in 1975-76, Trinidad and Tobago are the most decorated team in the history of the competition, having won the title a record 13 times.
Barbados are the defending champions of the Women’s Super50 Cup, having won the last edition in the 2018-19 season.
The last two editions (2020 and 2021) of the tournament were cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The matches of Women’s Super50 Cup 2022 will be played across three venues - the Everest Cricket Club, Enmore Cricket Ground and the Guyana National Stadium.
Women’s Super50 Cup 2022 teams and squads
Leewards Islands Women: Malissa Haward, Shebani Bhaskar, Jamella McClure, Melicia Clarke, Amanda Edwards, Rozel Liburd, Jenison Richards, Saneldo Willett, Terez Parker (wicket-keeper), Davanna Claxton, Shawnisha Hector, Tynetta McKoy, Tonya Martin, Tiffany Thorpe
Windward Islands Women: Kimone Homer, Juliana Nkero, Stacy-Ann Adams, Afy Fletcher, Cordel Jack, Swayline Williams, Rachael Francis (wicket-keeper), Glendeen Turtin (wicket-keeper), Nerissa Crafton, Pearl Etienne, Qianna Joseph, Carena Noel, Akeira Petkers
Barbados Women: Kyshona Knight, Deandra Dottin, Hayley Matthews, Danielle Small, Charlene Taitt, Kycia Knight (wicket-keeper), Aaliyah Alleyne, Shanika Bruce, Shanuke Carrington, Shamila Connell, Shakera Selman
Guyana Women: Lashuna Toussaint, Afruica Gentle, Cherry-Ann Fraser, Sheneta Grimmond, Mandy Mangru, Tremayne Smartt, Akaze Thompson, Shemaine Campbelle (wicket-keeper), Melanie Henry (wicket-keeper), Shabika Gajnabi, Erva Giddings, Lafona Gilgeous, Plaffiana, Millington, Kaysia Schultz
Jamaica Women: Keneshia Ferron, Jerona Walcott, Rashada Williams, Chinelle Henry, Jodi-Ann Morgan, Chedean Nation, Stafanie Taylor, Natasha McLean (wicket-keeper), Tameka Sanford (wicket-keeper), Alecia Bookal, Karia Cohen, Corrine Howell, Vanessa Watts, Neisha-Ann Waisome
Trinidad and Tobago Women: Shania Abdool, Britney Cooper, Rachael Vincent, Stacy-Ann King, Felicia Walters, Merissa Aguilleira (wicket-keeper), Reniece Boyce (wicket-keeper), Samantha Bisson, Caniesha Issac, Lee-Ann Kirby, Anisa Mohammed, Leandra Ramdeen, Karishma Ramharack, Mikaela Jodhan
Women’s Super50 Cup 2022 schedule and live India match times
All timings are in India Standard Time (IST)
Thursday, June 16
Leewards Islands Women vs Windward Islands Women - 7:00 PM
Barbados Women vs Guyana Women - 7:00 PM
Jamaica Women vs Trindad and Tobago Women - 7:00 PM
Saturday, June 18
Trindad and Tobago Women vs Guyana Women - 7:00 PM
Leewards Islands Women vs Barbados Women - 7:00 PM
Jamaica Women vs Windward Islands Women - 7:00 PM
Tuesday, June 21
Barbados Women vs Windward Islands Women - 7:00 PM
Jamaica Women vs Guyana Women - 7:00 PM
Leewards Islands Women vs Trindad and Tobago Women - 7:00 PM
Thursday, June 23
Jamaica Women vs Barbados Women - 7:00 PM
Trindad and Windward Islands Women - 7:00 PM
Guyana Women vs Leewards Islands Women - 7:00 PM
Saturday, June 25
Jamaica Women vs Leewards Islands Women - 7:00 PM
Barbados Women vs Trindad and Tobago Women - 7:00 PM
Windward Islands Women vs Guyana Women - 7:00 PM
Where to watch Women’s Super50 Cup 2022 live in India?
Live streaming of Women’s Super50 Cup 2022 cricket tournament will be available on FanCode app and website.
There will be no live telecast of Women’s Super50 Cup 2022 matches in India.
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