Canadian Women's cricket

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timmyj51
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Re: Canadian Women's cricket

Post by timmyj51 » Mon Oct 19, 2020 11:57 am

Nice to see more than just two teams in this qualifier (especially teams of natives, not just expats
as is the case with you-know-who) even if the SA teams
will probably be completely outclassed. Where's Bermuda?????

ray
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Re: Canadian Women's cricket

Post by ray » Wed Oct 21, 2020 7:40 am

Commonwealth Games from point of view of Associates: https://emergingcricket.com/opinion/com ... portunity/

-2022 Birmingham, England
-A women-only tournament for this edition
-8 Team tournament - some form of qualification must take place
-West Indies nations having compete separately also adds to need for qualification

Cricket Canada should be lobbying not have our women forgotten in all this. Merely participating in a qualifier opens to door to federal sport funding and possibly increased corporate interest. The women's team must push for this because CC does not have a history of willingness to speak up for our cricketers.

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Re: Canadian Women's cricket

Post by ray » Fri Nov 20, 2020 8:30 am

Commonwealth Games qualifying process:
https://emergingcricket.com/news/icc-re ... g-process/

ICC T20 Women's rankings:
https://www.icc-cricket.com/rankings/wo ... kings/t20i

The long and the short of it appears to be Canada are out because we are not even in the rankings. No matches means no ranking. Unfortunately, the 2021 Americas T20 Women's championship comes far too late for us. We are paying a price for our inactivity. I don't think it is a good look for CC when Samoa are playing more internationals than Canada.

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Re: Canadian Women's cricket

Post by Victorian » Fri Nov 20, 2020 10:21 pm

Canada COULD go to the WI qualifier. At least they would have a theoretical chance of qualifying and would possibly be able to access funding. I posted earlier in this thread that Canada is going to be left behind by other countries going big on womens and girls cricket.

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Re: Canadian Women's cricket

Post by Victorian » Wed Jan 20, 2021 4:53 pm

CC has announced a womens selection panel. Two from Ont. and one from BC - specifically Victoria. Surely, they’ll have to travel a bit to see some games and tournaments?

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Re: Canadian Women's cricket

Post by Victorian » Thu Jul 01, 2021 12:00 am

What is being called the Western Canada Women’s Cricket Championship is set to happen July 17-18 in Vancouver. It is only Alberta v BC. Apparently there was some discussion about including as many teams as possible but also having the tournament serve as a selection camp for Canada so therefore having experienced players competing with less experienced players therefore there are only two teams.

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Re: Canadian Women's cricket

Post by Victorian » Wed Jul 21, 2021 10:11 pm

Alberta won the series 2-1 to claim the Western Canada Championship. Interestingly, the best batswoman (🤨) best bowler and MVP were all from the BC team. Best batswoman and MVP were one and the same.

timmyj51
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Re: Canadian Women's cricket

Post by timmyj51 » Wed Sep 01, 2021 1:32 pm

Cricinfo reporting the Womens Americas T20 Qualifier will now be
held in Mexico, Oct. 18-25. Gotta wonder what kind of pitches they'll
find there.

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Re: Canadian Women's cricket

Post by Victorian » Mon Oct 18, 2021 7:19 pm

Canada W defeat Argentina W by 72 runs. A good start because it shows that the USA is the team to beat. I mean that Canada can beat Argentina and Brazil. The scorecard was livestreamed on youtube.

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