The ICC T20 Womens World Cup 2009 was organized in England for the first time and it was scheduled from 11th June to 21st June 2009 and it was the second format international Women’s world cup where different teams from all over the world participate to win the marvelous trophy. ICC T20 Womens World Cup 2009 championship was the second edition of the world cup (first was 50 overs) in which again 8 teams participated from all over the world to compete with each other.
The eight teams were split into two group pools each group containing four teams and all the matches of the group stage was scheduled in the County ground of Taunton which is located in England. The ICC T20 Womens World Cup 2009 is somewhat different than the men’s World cup because the Women’s world cup is played only for 10 days rather than the latter which are played for 16 days.
So in this article, we will discuss the top 10 interesting facts of 2009 ICC Women’s World cup T20.
- The ICC T20 Womens World Cup 2009 was scheduled for the first time in England, in which 8 teams from different countries participated.
- On 11th June 2009, the first match of the ICC T20 Womens World Cup 2009 was scheduled between West Indies and South Africa where West Indies played a magnificent inning and scored 123 runs with the loss of 7 wickets and the first fifty of the tournament was made by Stafanie Taylor who scored 52 runs in only 50 balls. In this match, South Africa tried well but cannot chase this score and lose the match, and thus the later won the match by 4 runs.
- Aimee Watkins the player of New Zealand scored the highest runs in the 2009 World Cup Women’s Championship she played beautifully throughout the tournament and scored 200 in only 5 matches with an average of 40 in each match. She has already played more than 84 Women’s One day international for her team.
- Holly Colvin of England took the maximum wickets in the 2009 T20 World Cup Women’s championship she took 9 wickets in only 5 matches with the best bowling record of 3/18, she is one of the best bowler’s of the International England Women’s team on whom the full team depends.
- Aimee Watkins of New Zealand scored the highest individual score of 73 runs in 56 balls for her team in the 2009 Women’s World cup championship.
- Claire Taylor one of the most famous batsmen of England was the player of the series of the 2009 Women’s World cup championship. She played remarkably well throughout the tournament and scored 199 runs in 5 matches and this was the second-highest maximum run scored by any player 2009 Women’s World Cup championship.
- On 16 June 2009 there was a match scheduled between Australia and South Africa in which Australia scored the highest runs of the tournament, they scored 164 runs with the loss of 6 wickets which is the highest of the tournament.
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- On 16th there was another match which was scheduled between England and Pakistan in which Pakistan scored the lowest score of 60 runs with the loss of 10 wickets, it was the lowest score of the ICC T20 Womens World Cup 2009 tournament.
- On 21st June the final of the ICC T20 Womens World Cup 2009 was scheduled in London and it was between New Zealand and England where New Zealand won the toss and elected to bat first and scored only 85 runs with the loss of 10 wickets in twenty overs. In response to that England chased this runs very easily within 17 overs and won the match by 6 wickets.
- England becomes the only team to win the ICC T20 Womens World Cup 2009 in their home town and thus they created the record in the Women’s World cricket championship.
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