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2019 Women’s Twenty20 Cup


Dec 15, 2021

The 2019 Women’s Twenty20 Cup, known for sponsorship reasons as the 2019 Vitality Women’s Twenty20 Cup was the 11th cricketWomen’s Twenty20 Cup tournament. It took place in June, with 35 teams taking part: 33 county teams plus Scotland and Wales. Warwickshire Women won the Twenty20 Cup, as winners of Division 1, therefore achieving their first title.

2019 Womens Twenty20 Cup
Administrator(s) England and Wales Cricket Board
Cricket format Twenty20
Tournament format(s) League system
Champions Warwickshire (1st title)
Participants 35
Most runs Sophie Luff (316)
Most wickets Laura Ellison (15)

The tournament followed the 50-over2019 Women’s County Championship, and was subsequently followed by the Twenty202019 Women’s Cricket Super League, competed for by regional teams.

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Teams played matches within a series of divisions with the winners of the top division being crowned the Champions. Matches were played using a Twenty20 format.

The championship works on a points system with positions within the divisions being based on the total points. Points were awarded as follows:[1]

Win: 4 points.
Tie: 2 points.
Loss: 0 points.
Abandoned/Cancelled: 1 point.

The 2019 Women’s Twenty20 Cup was divided into three divisions: Division One and Division Two with nine teams each, and Division Three with 17 teams, divided into regional groups. Teams in Divisions One and Two played each other once, and teams in Division Three played each other either once or twice.

Division One Hampshire Kent Lancashire Middlesex Nottinghamshire Surrey Sussex Wales Warwickshire
Division Two Cheshire Derbyshire Devon Durham Essex Scotland A Somerset Worcestershire Yorkshire
Division Three – Group A Berkshire Cornwall Dorset Gloucestershire Oxfordshire Wiltshire
Division Three – Group B Buckinghamshire Cambridgeshire Hertfordshire Lincolnshire Norfolk Northamptonshire Suffolk
Division Three – Group C Cumbria Leicestershire and Rutland Shropshire Staffordshire

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