KNCB (Koninklijke Nederlandse Cricket Bond) will host a 4-nation Women’s T20I Quadrangular series from Aug 08th – 14th,2019 at Salland Cricket Club in Deventer, prior to global qualifiers in Scotland for 2020 Women’s T20 World Cup.
Netherlands will compete against Ireland, Scotland and Thailand in a double round-robin format (6 T20I matches for each side) event. All four nations have already qualified to take part in the global qualifiers for 2020 Women’s T20 World Cup. All the four nations were part of the previous WWT20 global qualifiers held in Jul 2018 in Netherlands as well.
It will be a welcome opportunity for Thailand Women squad to prepare themselves ahead of the qualifiers and also get acclimatised to European conditions before a major ICC tournament. Scotland and Netherlands were recently part of the European qualifiers at La Manga in Spain. Few of their senior squad members were also part of the ICC Women’s Development Squad on their recent tour of UK, where they played against England Women’s Academy squad and two KIA Super League franchises in T20 matches.
Ireland Women: Laura Delany (Captain), Kim Garth, Shauna Kavanagh, Gaby Lewis, Louise Little, Hannah Little, Sophie MacMahon, Lara Maritz, Leah Paul, Orla Prendergast, Celeste Raack, Una Raymond-Hoey, Eimear Richardson, Rebecca Stokell & Mary Waldron
Scotland Women: Sarah Bryce (Captain), Abbi Aitken-Drummond, Priyanaz Chatterji, Katherine Fraser, Becky Glen, Samantha Haggo, Lorna Jack, Megan McColl, Katie McGill, Hannah Rainey, Rachel Scholes (first three matches), Charis Scott, Abbie Hogg (last three matches), Ellen Watson & Ruth Willis
Netherlands Women: Juliët Post (Captain), Frederique van Arkel, Annemijn van Beuge, Leonie Bennet, Gwen Bloemen, Denise van Deventer, Lisa Klokgieters, Caroline de Lange, Babette de Leede, Eva Lynch, Frederique Overdijk, Robine Rijke, Silver Siegers, Annemijn Thomson, Miranda Veringmeier, Iris Zwilling, Mikkie Zwilling & Sterre Kalis
T20I Quadrangular Series Schedule
08th Aug 2019: Netherlands v Ireland @11am ; Scotland v Thailand @3:30pm
09th Aug 2019: Netherlands vs Scotland @11am ; Ireland vs Thailand @3:30pm
10th Aug 2019: Thailand vs Netherlands @11am ; Scotland vs Ireland @3:30pm
12th Aug 2019: Thailand vs Scotland @11am ; Ireland vs Netherlands @3:30pm
13th Aug 2019: Thailand vs Ireland @11am ; Scotland vs Netherlands @3:30pm
14th Aug 2019: Ireland vs Scotland @10am; Netherlands vs Thailand @2pm
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