Stand-alone T20 boosted interest in women’s cricket

-huge fan base, says Tetley

ICC head of events, Chris Tetley

With the first ever stand-alone International Cricket Council’s (ICC) Women’s World T20 done and dusted in the Caribbean, results show that it has attracted global notice.

Prior to the tournament, one of the main aims was to draw attention to women’s cricket and this it has done.

According to the official count, over 10,000 people were at the venue  for the playoffs and final for which Prime Minister of Antigua, Gaston Browne thanked the population in what he labelled as one, if not the largest turnout at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium…..

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