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CWI: CG United Women’s Super50 Cup schedule update

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Cricket West Indies (CWI) today confirmed a change in the schedule for the CG United Women’s Super50 Cup. Due to recent wet weather in Guyana, the tournament schedule had been switched around, with the T20 Blaze played first, allowing the various grounds earmarked for the CG United Women’s Super50 Cup more time to prepare for the matches. However, the weather situation in Guyana has meant that difficult ground conditions persist and so CWI in consultation with the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) has reformatted the tournament.

The new format will see the teams divided into two zones based on their positions in the previous CG United Women’s Super50 Cup played. The teams that placed first, third and fifth are in Zone A and second, fourth and sixth are in Zone B.  Each team will play two group stage matches, with the top two team from each group advancing to the semi-finals, with the final on Saturday June 25. There will also be a play-off for the fifth and sixth placed teams. All matches start at 9:30am (8:30am Jamaica Time).

CWI Director of Cricket Jimmy Adams said: “It is unfortunate that the weather in Guyana has continued to have an impact on the Women’s T20 Blaze and the CG United Women’s Super50 Cup tournaments. However huge credit must be given to CWI and the GCB who have done a tremendous job working together to arrive at a solution which will enable our best regional female players to engage in competitive cricket. Having this tournament is critical given that we are hosting women’s cricket for the first time since 2019 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.”

The tournament was originally scheduled to be played from 7-17 June in a round-robin format, with the winner being the team with the most points. CWI has put every effort into ensuring the tournament can go ahead to ensure that competitive Women’s cricket is played and to ensure high-level regional competition. The CG United Women’s Super50 Cup precedes an important schedule of West Indies Women’s international cricket coming in the next 6 months, as well as the Commonwealth Games and the new Women’s CPL in August and September.

Each CG United Women’s Super50 Cup match to be played at the National Stadium in Providence will be live streamed on the Windies Cricket YouTube channel. Live ball by ball scoring will also be available on the Match Centre.

CG United Women’s Super50 Cup Zones

Zone A                                  Zone B

Barbados                               Trinidad & Tobago

Jamaica                                 Guyana

Windward Islands                Leeward Islands

CG United Women’s Super50 Cup Schedule

  • June 16 – Barbados vs Windward Islands (9:30am Eastern Caribbean/ 8:30am Jamaica time)
  • June 17 – Trinidad & Tobago vs Leeward Islands (9:30am Eastern Caribbean/ 8:30am Jamaica time)
  • June 18 – Jamaica vs Barbados (9:30am Eastern Caribbean/ 8:30am Jamaica time)
  • June 19 – Guyana vs Trinidad & Tobago (9:30am Eastern Caribbean/ 8:30am Jamaica time)
  • June 20 – Jamaica vs Windward Islands (9:30am Eastern Caribbean/ 8:30am Jamaica time)
  • June 21 – Guyana vs Leeward Islands (9:30am Eastern Caribbean/ 8:30am Jamaica time)
  • June 22  Semi-Final 1 (9:30am Eastern Caribbean/ 8:30am Jamaica time)
  • June 23  Semi-Final 2 (9:30am Eastern Caribbean/ 8:30am Jamaica time)
  • June 24 – 5th vs 6th (9:30am Eastern Caribbean/ 8:30am Jamaica time)
  • June 25 – Final (9:30am Eastern Caribbean/ 8:30am Jamaica time)

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