ICC Women’s World Twenty20 2018
The ICC Women’s World Twenty20 2018 will be held in the West Indies from 9 to 24 November.
The 10-team tournament, featuring three-time champions Australia, reigning ICC Women’s World Cup winners England, India, New Zealand, Pakistan, South Africa, Sri Lanka and defending champions the Windies, Bangladesh and Ireland, will be played across three venues in the Caribbean.
Defending champions, the Windies are in Group A along with England, South Africa, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh from the Netherlands event, while Australia, India, New Zealand, Pakistan and Ireland will be in Group B.
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Where is ICC Women’s World Twenty20 2018
The West Indies is not only a beautiful collection of countries, it is a name synonymous with cricket. Forged in the furnace heat, their relentless domination of the men's game in the 70’s and 80’s was one of the greatest achievements in sport.
For atmosphere, crowd involvement and sheer love of life, it's hard to find a more partisan place to watch cricket anywhere in the world.
GUYANA (mainland South America)
Georgetown, the country's colonial capital, is distinctly Caribbean, with an alluring vibe, great nightlife and some fantastic places to eat.
The interior of the country is more Amazonian, with unparalleled wildlife-viewing opportunities tucked quietly away from the capital's noise and bustle. From sea-turtle nesting grounds along the country's north coast to monkeys and jaguars in the rainforest, and giant anteaters down in the southern savannas, Guyana's natural wonders are well worth it.
Noted for its oodles of small and luxurious resorts, it is really two islands in one. Rodney Bay in the north offers lazy days and modern comforts amid a beautiful bay. In the south, Soufrière is at the heart of a gorgeous region of old plantations, hidden beaches and the geologic wonder of the impossibly photogenic Pitons. It's just wonderful.
On Antigua, life is a beach. Its coasts cradle hundreds of perfect little strands lapped by sensational blue water, while the sheltered bays have provided refuge for every type of vessel through the ages.
If you can tear yourself away from that beach towel, you'll discover that there’s a distinct English heritage to this island. You'll find it in the bustling capital of St John's and in the historic forts and other vestiges of the colonial past.
There will be no better place to enjoy a wonderful cricket adventure with a great holiday.