The ICC Womens World T20 2010 championship was organized in West Indies for the first time and it was scheduled from 05th May to 16th May 2010 and it was the third international Women’s world cup where different teams from all over the world participated to win the marvelous trophy. The Womens World T20 2010 was the second edition of the women world cup 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 were scheduled at Warner Park Sporting Complex which is located in Saint Kitts. The Women’s World cup T20 is somewhat different from the men’s World cup because the Women’s world cup is played only for 10 days rather than the later which are played for 16 days.
Here are the top 10 interesting facts of ICC Womens World T20 2010.
- The Womens World T20 2010 championship was scheduled for the first time in the West Indies, in which 8 teams from different countries participated.
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- On 05th May 2010 the first match of the Womens World T20 2010 was scheduled between West Indies and South Africa were later played a magnificent inning and scored 175 runs with the loss of 5 wickets and the first century of the tournament was made by Deandra Dottin who scored 112 runs in only 45 balls it was the fastest century of the 2010 World Women’s championship. In this match, South Africa tried well but couldn’t chase this score and lose the match, and thus West Indies won the match by 17 runs.
- Sara McGlashanthe player of New Zealand scored the highest runs in the Womens World T20 2010 Championship she played beautifully throughout the tournament and scored 147 runs in only 15 matches with a strike rate of 120 in each match. She has already played more than 80 Women’s One day internationals for her team.
- Diana David of India took the maximum wickets in the Womens World T20 2010 championship she took 9 wickets in only 5 matches with the best bowling record of 3/18, she is one of the best right arm off-spinner of the Indian International Women’s team on whom the full team depends.
- Deandra Dottin of West Indies scored the highest individual score of 112 runs in 45 balls for her team in 2010 Women’s World cup championship.
- Nicola Browne is one of the most famous all-rounders of New Zealand; she was the player of the series of the 2009 Women’s World cup championship. She played remarkably well throughout the tournament and took 9 Wickets in 5 matches as well as she made the highest seventh-wicket partnership of 104 runs for her team and this was the second-highest maximum Wicket taker by any player in the Womens World T20 2010 championship.
- In the semi-finals which were scheduled on 14 May 2010 there was a match scheduled between New Zealand and West Indies in which New Zealand scored the highest runs of the tournament, they scored 180 runs with the loss of 5 wickets which is the highest score of the tournament.
- On 10th May there was another match which was scheduled between Pakistan and New Zealand in which Pakistan scored the lowest score of 65 runs with the loss of 9 wickets, it was the lowest score of the Womens World T20 2010 tournament.
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- On 16st May the final of the Women’s World Cup T20 was scheduled in Bridgetown and it was between New Zealand and Australia where Australia won the toss and elected to bat first and scored only 106 runs with the loss of 8 wickets in twenty overs. In response to that New Zealand could not chase this run due to the right bowling attack by Australian bowlers and this helped Australia to win the title for the first time and they won by three runs.
- Australia became the first team to win the Women’s World Cup T20 championship in 2010 and thus they created the record in the Women’s World cricket championship.
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