|Women's World T20, Bangladesh, March-April 2014|
Women's Team of the Tournament named Women's Team of the Tournament named ( ) ZZZZ8:53 amZZZZ
Finalists England and Australia contributed a total of six players to the ICC World Twenty20 Bangladesh 2014 women’s Team of the Tournament.
Australia crush England to claim hat-trick Australia crush England to claim hat-trick ( ) ZZZZ8:43 amZZZZ
Australia too strong for England in one-sided contest.
Shrubsole named Player of the Tournament Shrubsole named Player of the Tournament ( ) ZZZZ8:39 amZZZZ
The 22-year-old grabbed 12 wickets at an average of 5.75 in the lead up to the final, including three for six against India and three for nine against Sri Lanka.
Ireland lose low scoring encounter against Bangladesh Ireland lose low scoring encounter against Bangladesh ( ) ZZZZ6:21 pmZZZZ
Ireland Women spurned a great opportunity to end their ICC World Twenty20 on a high note as they slumped to a 17 run loss to Bangaldesh in the 9th-10th placing match in Sylhet.
Joyce and Shillington stay in rankings Joyce and Shillington stay in rankings ( ) ZZZZ9:42 amZZZZ
Good performances help Joyce and Shillington feature prominently in latest ICC rankings.
Johnston frustrated after narrow Pakistan reversal Johnston frustrated after narrow Pakistan reversal ( ) ZZZZ5:18 amZZZZ
Ireland's Coach Trent Johnston was a frustrated man following Ireland's narrow defeat to Pakistan
Ireland v South Africa (29 March)
Ireland v Australia (27 March)
Ireland Women Headshots (2) plus squad pics (27 March)
Ireland training in Sylhet (26 March)
Ireland v New Zealand (25 March)
Ireland training in Sylhet (24 March)
Ireland training in Sylhet (23 March)
Ireland Women Press Launch (20 March)
Ireland Women headshots (14 March)
About The Tournament
The ICC Women's World Twenty20 has been increased from eight to 10 teams. The first round matches will take place in Sylhet from 23 March to 2 April, with the top two sides from each Group progressing to the semi-finals.
The 10 sides have been divided into two Groups, which are:
The prize money for the event will be US$180,000, with the winner collecting US$65,000 and the losing finalist getting US$25,000.