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India To Host 2025 Women’s ODI World Cup

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India, Bangladesh, England and Sri Lanka were named as the four hosts for ICC women’s white- ball events from 2024- 27 on Tuesday.
Bangladesh will host the 2024 Women’s T20 World Cup while the 2026 edition will be held in England, the ICC verified. The 2025 Women’s ODI World Cup will be offered in India with Sri Lanka securing hosting rights for the Women’s T20 title holders jewel, slated for 2027, handed it qualifies for the event.
The hosts were named via a bidding process overseen by a ICC Boardsub-committee which included BCCI President Sourav Ganguly.
“ We were keen on hosting the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2025 and we’re glad we’ve won the hosting rights for this marquee clash on the women’s timetable. India hosted the 50- over women’s World Cup in 2013 and the sport has experienced tremendous metamorphosis since also. The fashionability of women’s justice is fleetly rising, and this is a step in the right direction. The BCCI’ll work nearly with the ICC and fulfil all the conditions, ” Ganguly was quoted as saying in an ICC release.
“ We’re pleased to host the 2025 ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup and let me tell you that BCCI’ll leave no gravestone unturned to make it a memorable event for everyone concerned. We’re taking several way to raise the profile of the sport right from the grassroots position and hosting the World Cup will further boost the fashionability of the sport in the country. The BCCI remains married to women’s justice in India. We’ve the structure in place, and I’m confident we will have a veritably successful edition of the World Cup, ” BCCI Honorary Secretary Jay Shah said.
The International Cricket Council( ICC) Board approved the process to handpick the coming president of the world body in November. After the meeting in Birmingham, it was decided that with Greg Barclay ending his term this time, the election will be decided by a simple maturity and the term of the Chair will be for a two- time period between December 1, 2022, to November 30, 2024.
The ICC Board has decided that a two- thirds maturity is no longer needed to be tagged as the president. According to the rearmost recommendations, the competitor bagging 51 per cent votes will be tagged as the winner. In a 16- member board, the seeker needs just nine votes from the directors to get tagged.
With Barclay’s term ending, there’s strong enterprise that Sourav Ganguly could crop as one of the strong contenders for the coming president of the ICC as several countries may back him, still, sources in the Board of Control for Cricket in India( BCCI) indicated that “ it’s too early ” to come to any conclusion.
A lot will depend on the verdict by the Supreme Court on the cooling-off period of the BCCI chairman and the clerk. The bench headed by Chief Justice N.V. Ramana is listed to hear the matter on Thursday and the Board interposers feel that depending on the Supreme Court’s verdict, Ganguly’s future could be decided.
Laxman, Vettori in ICC justice commission
Former India transnational and the current National Cricket Academy principal VVS Laxman and former New Zealand captain Daniel Vettori have been appointed to the ICC Men’s Cricket Committee as current player representatives. West Indies ’ Roger Harper has been named as the alternate once player representative on the commission joining Sri Lanka’s Mahela Jayawardene.
Newest members
In the meeting, the ICC awarded associate class status to Cambodia, Cote D’Ivoire and Uzbekistan. Cambodia and Uzbekistan are the 24th and 25th Members of the Asia region, while Cote D’Ivoire is Africa’s 21st Member, with the ICC now comprising 108 Members in total, including 96 Associates.
still, Ukraine’s operation for ICC Class is remitted until justice exertion is suitable to safely renew within the country and it can demonstrate that it satisfies2.2( b)( ii) and2.2( c)( iii) of the Class Criteria.
The ICC continues to support the Ukraine Cricket Federation through this process. Following Russia’s suspense at the 2021 AGM due to continuednon-compliance since July 2019 with ICC Class Criteria2.2( a)( i),2.2( b)( i) and2.2( b)( ii) and after failing to resolve the issues and demonstrate compliance following suspense, Justice Russia has now had its Class of the ICC terminated.
Focus on Afghanistan
The ICC Board entered an update from the Afghanistan Working Group, and the Afghanistan Cricket Board representatives handed an update on the situation relating to women’s justice in Afghanistan.
ICC representatives will be seeking to meet with Afghanistan Cricket Board and government officers to bandy the matter further in coming weeks. Read More Women Cricket News…

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