Australia’s Delissa Kimmince and Meg Lanning celebrate after winning their women’s T20 World Cup semi-final in Sydney in March. Photo: AP Australia’s Delissa Kimmince and Meg Lanning celebrate after winning their women’s T20 World Cup semi-final in Sydney in March. Photo: AP
Australia’s Delissa Kimmince and Meg Lanning celebrate after winning their women’s T20 World Cup semi-final in Sydney in March. Photo: AP

Top women’s cricketers set to play in new international event in Hong Kong in 2022

  • The inaugural Invitational Women’s Cricket T20 tournament is organised by gender equality group FairBreak Global and will feature six teams
  • Players from associate members will be able to team up with top-tier stars in what may be the first international tournament in Hong Kong since 2018

Topic |   Cricket Hong Kong
Australia’s Delissa Kimmince and Meg Lanning celebrate after winning their women’s T20 World Cup semi-final in Sydney in March. Photo: AP Australia’s Delissa Kimmince and Meg Lanning celebrate after winning their women’s T20 World Cup semi-final in Sydney in March. Photo: AP
Australia’s Delissa Kimmince and Meg Lanning celebrate after winning their women’s T20 World Cup semi-final in Sydney in March. Photo: AP
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