China women's national cricket team

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China
Flag of China.svg
Flag of China
Association Chinese Cricket Association
Personnel
Captain Huang Zhuo
International Cricket Council
ICC statusAffiliate member (2004)
Associate member (2017)
ICC region Asia
ICC RankingsCurrent [1] Best-ever
WT20I 26th 25th (26-Feb-2019)
Women's international cricket
First internationalFlag of Scotland.svg  Scotland at Shanghai Cricket Club, Shanghai; September 2006
Women's Twenty20 Internationals
First WT20IFlag of South Korea.svg  South Korea at Yeonhui Cricket Ground, Incheon; 3 November 2018
Last WT20IFlag of Hong Kong.svg  Hong Kong at Yeonhui Cricket Ground, Incheon; 22 September 2019
WT20IsPlayedWon/Lost
Total [2] 16 8/8
(0 ties, 0 no result)
This year [3] 0 0/0
(0 ties, 0 no result)
Women's T20 World Cup Qualifier appearances1 (first in 2015 )
Best result6th (2015)
As of 4 October 2020

The Chinese women's cricket team is the team that represents the People's Republic of China in international women's cricket matches.

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The first time Chinese women cricketers making their international debut was in September 2006 in a Sixes game against Scotland in Shanghai, losing by 59 runs. [4] However, the side was not recognised by the Chinese Cricket Association as the official team.[ citation needed ]

The official Chinese National Women Team was incepted in May 2007.[ citation needed ] After the National Cricket Tournament Final, a total of 21 girls from 19 school teams were gathered in Shenzhen and underwent vigorous centralised training before a final 14 squad was sent to Bangkok for the ACC Women's Tournament 2007.[ citation needed ] The team turn up to be a semi-finalist.[ citation needed ]

The team was coached by Rashid Khan and captained by MEI Chun-hua, a right arm fast-bowler and final year student from the Shanghai Tongji University.[ citation needed ] Other notable players included WANG Meng, a consistent fast bowler and HU Tingting, who turned up to be the best batsman for China during the ACC Tournament.[ citation needed ] Both WANG and HU were students from the Shenyang Sports Institute.[ citation needed ]

In April 2018, the International Cricket Council (ICC) decided to grant full Women's Twenty20 International (WT20I) status to all its members. Therefore, all Twenty20 matches played between China women and other ICC members after 1 July 2018 will be a full WT20I. [5]

On 13 January 2019, in their match against the UAE, the team was bowled out for 14 runs, at the time the lowest total in a Women's T20I match. [6] [7]

Tournament history

Asian Games

Women's T20 World Cup Qualifier

Women's East Asia Cup [8] [9]

Records and Statistics

International Match Summary — China Women [13]

Last updated 22 September 2019

Playing Record
FormatMWLTNRInaugural Match
Twenty20 Internationals1688003 November 2018

Twenty20 International

T20I record versus other nations [13]

Records complete to WT20I #767. Last updated 22 September 2019.

OpponentMWLTNRFirst matchFirst win
vs Associate Members
v Flag of Hong Kong.svg  Hong Kong 3210019 February 201919 February 2019
v Flag of Japan.svg  Japan 1100021 September 201921 September 2019
v Flag of Kuwait.svg  Kuwait 1100021 February 201921 February 2019
v Flag of Malaysia.svg  Malaysia 2110016 January 201922 February 2019
v Flag of Nepal.svg    Nepal 2020012 January 2019
v Flag of South Korea.svg  South Korea 431003 November 20183 November 2018
v Flag of Thailand.svg  Thailand 1010018 February 2019
v Flag of the United Arab Emirates.svg  United Arab Emirates 2020012 January 2019

Current squad

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