Women's National Squads of Chile, Argentina, Brazil and Mexico will be in action during Women's South American Championships in Lima, Peru in Oct 2019 - Image by Cricket Argentina @Cricketarg (Twitter), Las Loicas Cricket Chile @LasLoicasChile (Twitter), Mexico Cricket Association @MexicoCricket (Twitter) & Cricket Brasil @CricketBrasil1 (Twitter)

The 10th edition of Women’s South American Championships will be played from Oct 03rd – 06th, 2019 at the Lima Cricket and Football Club. The 2018 edition of women’s category was played with official T20I status between Brazil, Peru, Chile and Mexico. For the 2019 edition, Argentina Women, who are multiple times winner of the tournament in the past, will be back again in the tournament after missing out the 2018 edition. Brazil Women are the defending Champions from the 2018 edition held in Colombia.

The women’s edition will see all the participants play each other in a single round-robin format group stage, following the conclusion of which, the top 2 team’s in the points table will contest in the final. Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Mexico have been competing in the Women’s category in the South American Championships since the 2000’s.

Argentina Women’s team have been the most successful in all the editions held until 2017, having won the tournament more than 4 times compared to 2 wins by Brazil. The 2015 edition was the first time the Women’s tournament got held at the same time as the Men’s competition and has been happening since.

While the participating countries are not part of ICC qualifying pathway programme’s for World Cups/T20 World Cups as of now, the trend might change in the future if they satisfy the qualification criteria to take part in ICC qualifying events. After the MAD (Mother & Daughters) Programme was initiated by ICC during 2018 Women’s T20 World Cup held in West Indies, the programme has found good amount of response in the South American Associate member countries.

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WSAC Squads

Argentina Women: Verónica Vásquez (Captain), Alison Stocks, Lucía Taylor, María Castiñeiras, Martina Del Valle, Malena Lollo, Mariana Martinez, Julieta Cabal Cullen, Lucía Iglesias, Catalina Vecchi, Constanza Sosa, Agustina Cabal Cullen, Carla Comaschi & Priscila Gauna

Brazil Women: Roberta Moretti Avery (Captain), Lindsey Vilas Boas, Maria Eduarda Costa, Alice Nascimento, Denise Souza, Elisa Batista, Gabriella Silva, Julia Faustino, Lara Moises, Laura Silva, Nicole Monteiro, Rayane Oliveira & Renata Souza

Chile Women: Jeannette Garces (Captain), Nicole Conejeros, Franchesca Moya, Francisca Galvez, Yaritza Beltran, Maria Jose Saavedra, Jessica Miranda, Juliette Guardia, Tiara Pueye, Constanza Oyarce, Camila Valdes & Magdelena Pino

Mexico Women: Caroline Owen, Aida Tovar, Aileen Fernandez, Ana Puala Katsuda, AnaLaura Montenegro, Anyel Aguilar, Arantza Castrejon, Celeste Avila, Erika Fernandez, Gabriela Morales, Magdalena De Gante, Maria Pacheco, Rosela Espinosa, Sara Hernandez & Tania Salcedo

Peru Women: Samantha Hickman, Silvana Uceda, Claribel Carabali, Denise Ho, Emily Kilner, Jade Rodriguez, Kate Coppack, Serita Pickersgill, Srividhya Panchabakesan, Tricia Yama & Vivian Mcarty

2019 Women’s South American Championships Schedule

Date Match Venue Time (Local)
03-Oct-19 Argentina Women vs Peru Women Lima Cricket and Football Club 08:00AM
Brazil Women vs Chile Women Lima Cricket and Football Club 11:30AM
Argentina Women vs Mexico Women Lima Cricket and Football Club 03:00PM
04-Oct-19 Brazil Women vs Peru Women Lima Cricket and Football Club 08:00AM
Chile Women vs Mexico Women Lima Cricket and Football Club 11:30AM
Argentina Women vs Brazil Women Lima Cricket and Football Club 03:00PM
05-Oct-19 Mexico Women vs Peru Women Lima Cricket and Football Club 08:00AM
Argentina Women vs Chile Women Lima Cricket and Football Club 11:30AM
Brazil Women vs Mexico Women Lima Cricket and Football Club 03:00PM
06-Oct-19 Chile Women vs Peru Women Lima Cricket and Football Club 08:00AM
Final Lima Cricket and Football Club 11:30AM
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