ICC thanks NZC For Successfully Hosting Women’s ODI World Cup 2022
The Women’s ODI World Cup has ended a few days ago. This year’s World Cup was hosted by New Zealand, a country on the shores of the Tasman Sea. The ICC, the highest governing body of world cricket, has thanks New Zealand Cricket (NZC) for successfully hosting the Women’s ODI World Cup 2022.
All the matches of this year’s Women’s ODI World Cup have been held at six venues in New Zealand. A total of 31 matches have been organized. Despite being knocked out in the semi-finals by the host New Zealand, the Kiwi Cricket Board organized a great tournament.
Thanking New Zealand, ICC Chairman Greg Barsley said: “I am delighted to host the 2022 ICC Women’s ODI World Cup. I am hopeful that it will play a big role in the spread of cricket across New Zealand.
He added: “The biggest challenge for New Zealand was coping with the Corona tournament. They have shown great skill in this work.
Greg Barcelona also thanked all the match officials who played in the ICC Women’s ODI World Cup. “Thanks to all the officials and ICC officials who took part in the tournament,” he said.
“The cricketers deserve thanks for making the tournament enjoyable,” the ICC chairman said. Thank you so much for giving them a great tournament gift. ‘
A total of 31 matches have been played in this eight-team event. Australia, another country on the shores of Tasman, won the title for the seventh time, beating England in the final.