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De ICC heeft voor 2018 een dames development squad geselecteerd die volgend op het WK T20 kwalificatietoernooi in Nederland tegen een aantal ECB Super League teams zal spelen. Deze selectie, bestaande uit speelsters van de teams die aan het WK T20 kwalificatietoernooi in Nederland spelen, staat onder leiding van de coach van de Nederlandse dames, Sean Trouw.  Hij heeft voormalig coach van de Engelse dames, Mark Lane, als mentor coach naast zich.
Twee Nederlandse speelsters zijn opgenomen in de selectie: captain van Nederland Heather Siegers en Sterre Kalis, die onlangs een profcontract bij de Sydney Thunder kreeg. Het ICC-team speelt vijf T20’s tegen de topteams Surrey Stars (dinsdag 17 juli in New Malden, Surrey, 101.30 en 15.00 u), Loughborough Lightning (donderdag 19 juli in Loughborough om 10.30 en 14.30 u) en Western Storm (vrijdag 20 juli in Bath, 14.30 u).

ICC Press Release

Women’s Global Development Squad
Three Bangladesh players including captain and wrist-spinning all-rounder Rumana Ahmed have been named in the 13-member Women’s Global Development Squad, which will play five matches against ECB Super League teams from 15-21 July as part of their warm-up fixtures. The squad, which also includes two players each from Ireland, the Netherlands, PNG and Uganda and one each from Scotland and the UAE, was selected from a pool following three nominations each from teams participating in the Qualifier.

The initiative, a partnership between the ICC and the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB), aims at providing exposure to teams outside the top-eight ranked sides who feature in the ICC Women’s Championship and make World Twenty20Is more competitive in the coming years.

Clare Connor, Director England Women’s Cricket and Chair of ICC Women’s Committee: “Since the launch of our competition in 2016, we have been considering how we might use it as a platform to provide other playing opportunities for players around the world. We’re hopeful that a Global Development Team,playing five games against some of our Super League teams immediately after the ICC World T20 Qualifiers, can offer those players representing the Associate Members those opportunities. We are looking forward to welcoming a diverse playing squad, representing countries as far-reaching as Uganda, Papua New Guinea and Bangladesh, as well as several of our European neighbours.”

The  fixtures: 

Tuesday, July 17, 2018 1030 Surrey Stars New Malden, Surrey
1500 Surrey Stars New Malden, Surrey
Thursday, July 19, 2018 1030 Loughborough Lightning Haslegrave, Loughborough
1430 Loughborough Lightning  Haslegrave, Loughborough
Friday, July 20, 2018 1430 Western Storm Bath CC

 

The Women’s Global Development Squad: 

Jahanara Alam, Khadiza-Tul Kubra, Rumana Ahmed (Bangladesh)
Gaby Lewis, Lucy O’Reilly (Ireland)
Sterre Kalis, Heather Siegers (The Netherlands)
Kaia Arua, Ravini Oa (PNG)
Gertrude Candiru, Immaculate Nakisuyi (Uganda)
Sarah Bryce (Scotland)
Esha Oza (UAE)

Head coach: Sean Trouw; Mentor Coach: Mark Lane

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