In the world of cricket, moments of brilliance on the field often leave spectators in awe, and Erin Burns’ remarkable fielding effort in a recent WBBL match between the Perth Scorchers Women and the Sydney Sixers Women provided one such breathtaking spectacle. As the Perth Scorchers Women were winding up their innings, the batter Alana […]
Women’s Cricket Today News
The team version of cricket played by women is called Women’s Cricket. The key distinction between Women’s Cricket Today rules and those of the men’s game is the usage of a smaller ball. In 11 of the 12 full members of the International Cricket Council (ICC), Today Women’s Cricket is now being played professionally. The sport is popular all around the world, particularly in Commonwealth countries.
On July 26, 1745, a Women’s Cricket match was played in England for the first time. Women kept playing the game in social settings until the late 1800s when Women’s Cricket was established. The formalization of the game and the scheduling of international matches started in 1926 with the founding of the Women’s Cricket Association (WCA) in England. Like many other women’s sports, sexism and a lack of institutional support hindered women’s cricket’s further growth.
Today Women'S Cricket FAQs:
Women’s Cricket started on 26 July 1745.
England Women and Australia Women played the first Women’s Cricket match.
The first Women’s Cricket Team was the White Heather Club which was formed in 1887 in Yorkshire.