07 Jan ICC U19 WOMEN’S T20 WORLD CUP WARM-UP FIXTURES ANNOUNCED
The International Cricket Council (ICC) has announced the fixtures and venues for the warm-up matches ahead of the inaugural ICC U19 Women’s T20 World Cup.
This historic event will see 16 teams compete in 41 matches between 14 – 29 January 2023 across four venues in Benoni and Potchefstroom.
Participating teams will play two official warm-up matches on 9 and 11 January 2023 in four venues around the Gauteng province, namely, St Stithians College, Steyn City School, Tuks Oval and Hammanskraal Oval.
Braamfischerville was initially earmarked as one of the venues, but wet outfields caused by persistent inclement weather in the province in the last few weeks, resulted in the matches being moved to Steyn City School.
ICC U19 Women’s T20 World Cup Warm-Up Fixtures
Monday, 9 January 2023
10:00 – 12:45: Scotland v United States of America – St Stithians College
India v Australia- Steyn City School
Ireland v Pakistan – Tuks Oval
Indonesia v Zimbabwe – Hammanskraal Oval
13:45 – 16:30: United Arab Emirates v Sri Lanka – St Stithians College
South Africa v Bangladesh – Steyn City School
New Zealand v Rwanda – Tuks Oval
West Indies v England – Hammanskraal Oval
Wednesday, 11 January 2023
10:00 – 12:45: Bangladesh v India – St Stithians College
United States of America v United Arab Emirates – Steyn City School
England v Indonesia – Tuks Oval
Rwanda v Ireland – Hammanskraal Oval
13:45 – 16:30: South Africa v Australia – St Stithians College
Sri Lanka v Scotland – Steyn City School
Zimbabwe v West Indies – Tuks Oval
Pakistan v New Zealand – Hammanskraal Oval
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