ICC Women's World T20
Sri Lanka have named their 14-member squad for the ICC Women's World Twenty20, making three changes from the squad which beat India in a three-match series in January.
13 February 2014
Australia have named their squads for both the ICC World Twenty20 and the ICC Women's World Twenty20 which begin in Bangladesh next month.
11 February 2014
The International Cricket Council (ICC) has revealed the details of warm-up fixtures ahead of the ICC World Twenty20 2014 in Bangladesh.
5 February 2014
Former international player and coach Warren Lees has been appointed interim coach of New Zealand Women.
14 January 2014
Mark Lane, the vastly successful former coach of England Women, is to take up a consultancy role as part of the Ireland Women coaching team.
9 January 2014
Katrina Keenan has stood down as coach of the New Zealand Women's team - known as the White Ferns - to spend more time with her family.
1 January 2014
Sri Lanka Women will tour India to play three One-Day Internationals and three Twenty20 Internationals in January.
19 December 2013
Following his retirement as a player, Ireland's Trent Johnston has been appointed as both the coach of Ireland Women and fast bowling coach at the National Academy.
15 December 2013
Ireland Women will play their Pakistani and South African counterparts in a series of One-Day and Twenty20 Internationals hosted by the Pakistan Cricket Board in Qatar in January.
10 December 2013
Former Ireland international Jeremy Bray is to leave his position as a coach of the Ireland Women's team when his contract expires in December.
16 October 2013
Australia became the first team to successfully defend the ICC Women's World Twenty20 when they beat England by four runs in a tense final at the R. Premadasa Stadium in Colombo. They have now added the 2012 ICC Women's World T20 to their 2010 prize won in the West Indies as well as their five 50-over World Cup titles.
7 October 2012
Australia stormed into the finals of the 2012 ICC Women's World T20, after putting in a good bowling performance that saw them beat West Indies by 28 runs in the second semi-final at the R. Premadasa Stadium in Colombo. They now play England, who are already through after defeating New Zealand in the first semi-final.
5 October 2012
England beat New Zealand by seven wickets in the first semi-final of the 2012 ICC Women's World T20 at the R. Premadasa Stadium in Colombo. With this win, they have now qualified for the final of the tournament where they will await the winners of the second semi-final between West Indies and Australia.
4 October 2012
India and South Africa sealed qualification for the ICC Womens' World Twenty20 2014 by beating Sri Lanka and Pakistan respectively in their final matches in Sri Lanka. There was a hat-trick for Ekta Bisht as India won by nine wickets while South Africa had to wait until the penultimate delivery to beat Pakistan by five wickets.
3 October 2012
The final round of group games in the ICC Women's World Twenty20 2012 saw an upset win for Pakistan over India and an impressive victory for England over reigning champions Australia. England's victory set up a semi-final clash against New Zealand while Australia will take on the West Indies.
1 October 2012
West Indies Women and New Zealand Women completed the ICC Women's World Twenty20 semi-final line-up by beating South Africa Women and Sri Lanka Women today in Galle. They join England Women and Australia Women in the next round.
30 September 2012
England and Australia qualified for the semi-finals of the ICC Women's World Twenty20 with comfortable wins over India and Pakistan respectively. The only two sides to have won the tournament to date proved too strong for their opponents, setting up a clash to decide who will finish on top of Group A.
29 September 2012
New Zealand Women got their ICC Women's World Twenty20 campaign back on track with a comfortable victory over South Africa Women in Galle, while hosts Sri Lanka had the better of a rain-affected second game against West Indies.
28 September 2012
Group A of the ICC Women's World Twenty20 is underway with wins for favourites Australia and England, beating India and Pakistan respectively. England got their campaign off to a winning start, comfortably beating Pakistan by 43 runs while Australia beat India by eight wickets.
27 September 2012
There were comfortable wins for South Africa Women and West Indies Women as the ICC Women's Twenty20 got underway in Galle today. The South Africans bowled the home side Sri Lanka out for just 79 from their 20 overs in the first match in Group B, with Susan Benade and Dane van Niekerk taking two wickets each. The home side never got going in their innings after being put into bat as all of their top five batters failed to reach double figures.
26 September 2012