Bangladesh, Ireland are qualified for women’s T20 World Cup

After winning their semi-final matches in the qualifying competition on Friday, Bangladesh and Ireland secured berths for the women’s Twenty20 World Cup in South Africa for next year. Check out complete details about it below.

Bangladesh, Ireland are qualified for women’s T20 World Cup

Salma Khatun took three wickets as Bangladesh, which was put in to bat after losing the toss and being assigned by Thailand, achieved a modest total of 113/5 but was able to hold off Thailand by putting up a strong bowling effort to win by 11 runs. Nigar Sultana opened about it to sources. She said that they have been playing together for so many years; now it is their chance to prove to the world how talented they are and how much they have developed as a team.

She also added that it was a little frustrating that we struggled in today’s batting performance. However, she had faith in my bowling team, and now she is proud of how they have responded to the pressure.

Ireland also batted first against Zimbabwe in the semifinals, scoring 137/6. With two wickets each taken by Jane Maguire and Arlene Kelly, Zimbabwe made a valiant effort in the chase but came up four runs short. Laura Delany, the captain of Ireland, stated that qualification was “massively crucial” for the development of the sport in her nation.

“It feels great to have won. It was a highly competitive game, and they outplayed us until the very last ball. Delany gushed, “We are overjoyed to be there. On Sunday, the final of the qualifying tournament will feature the two teams.

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