Women's cricket has entered a new phase over the past year, with the introduction of the women's Indian Premier League, and the FairBreak Invitational in Hong Kong. The city's women are making great strides of their own in the game too, both at home and abroad.
Twenty games to be held across two-week long tournament with 90 female cricketers from 36 different countries on show.
Some of the biggest names in the sport will play at Kowloon Cricket Club, and for some it could be their third tournament in 3 months.
Bauhinia Stars and Jade Jets to play back-to-back All Star matches on Sunday ahead of WIPL auction day after.
‘It’s a very important step forward for women’s cricket in our country,’ says India all-rounder Sneh Rana.
Change of dates designed to avoid clashing with other big tournaments, according to CHK chairman Burji Shroff, and ‘enable us to host a world class event’.