Uganda Women celebrate a wicket, Group B, ICC Women's World Twenty20 Qualifier at Utrecht, 8th July 2018 - Image by ICC OMZ @ICC (Twitter)

Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) will be hosting the African regional qualifiers for Women’s World Cups (2020 ICC Women’s T20 World Cup and 2021 ICC Women’s World Cup) at Harare from 03rd – 13th May, 2019.

As announced by ICC after the conclusion of their Board and Technical Committee meetings held in Singapore in Oct 2018, the regional qualifiers in 2019 will determine the pathway towards the global qualifiers for both T20 and 50-overs World Cups. There will not be separate regional qualifiers for 50-overs World Cup. The regional qualifiers will be staged in the T20 format across all five regions (Africa, Asia, Americas, Europe and East Asia-Pacific).

Zimbabwe will host Uganda, Kenya, Namibia, Tanzania, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Mozambique & Nigeria in the 9-nation qualifier tournament. The top nation from the qualifiers will advance to the global qualifiers.

Tournament schedule will be announced in due course of time. Uganda Women qualified the last time the qualifiers were held in 2017, edging past Zimbabwe in the process.

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