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150 players to feature at Women�s T20 WC

By The Assam Tribune

MELBOURNE, Feb 15: Ten countries, which consist of 150 players, will be battling it out to reach the final at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on March 8, with Australia and India getting the Women�s T20 World Cup action underway when they meet at the Sydney Showground on February 21.

This year�s tournament will be the seventh edition of the T20 World Cup to be played, with 14 players set to continue their record of playing in every event since the inaugural competition 11 years ago.

One team will also be making history in the tournament, with Thailand qualifying for an ICC event for the very first time, giving all 15 of their players debuts on the global stage.

Australia go into their curtain-raiser with India as defending champions, and there�s a familiar look to their squad with 13 of the 15 having lifted the trophy two years ago.

Among them is Ellyse Perry, who boasts the honour of having appeared in all 32 of Australia�s matches in the tournament since making her breakthrough as a teenager in 2009. � IANS

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150 players to feature at Women�s T20 WC

MELBOURNE, Feb 15: Ten countries, which consist of 150 players, will be battling it out to reach the final at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on March 8, with Australia and India getting the Women�s T20 World Cup action underway when they meet at the Sydney Showground on February 21.

This year�s tournament will be the seventh edition of the T20 World Cup to be played, with 14 players set to continue their record of playing in every event since the inaugural competition 11 years ago.

One team will also be making history in the tournament, with Thailand qualifying for an ICC event for the very first time, giving all 15 of their players debuts on the global stage.

Australia go into their curtain-raiser with India as defending champions, and there�s a familiar look to their squad with 13 of the 15 having lifted the trophy two years ago.

Among them is Ellyse Perry, who boasts the honour of having appeared in all 32 of Australia�s matches in the tournament since making her breakthrough as a teenager in 2009. � IANS

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