Cricket Wellington and the Basin Reserve Trust are honoured to host seven ICC WOMEN’S CRICKET WORLD CUP fixtures throughout March 2022.
Here you can find all the information you need to know about this worldwide event happening right here in our own backyard. Find out more about our local Wellington players taking part in the event, learn more about the community initiatives we're delivering to inspire the next generation of world beating cricketers, and secure your tickets for the seven matchdays at the Basin Reserve.
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Queen Margaret College student and Cricket Wellington Young Leader Dhriti Girish is one of the most engaged female cricketers in the Wellington region.
Dhriti's work in the women and girls cricket space stretches from leading the Young Leaders campaign to playing for her beloved Johnsonville Cricket Club and representing the Wellington Provincial Women's A side.
We caught up with Dhriti to hear of her excitement for the upcoming Women's World Cup and the inspiration she takes from seeing the world's best players embarking on the Basin Reserve in search of the game's biggest prize!
To mark 100 days until the start of the ICC Women's Cricket World Cup, our WHITE FERNS joined the team at the Wellington Airport for a very special game!
It was Jess Kerr, Jess McFadyen and Maddy Green up against the Wellington Airport runway team, on the runway, in a friendly game of backyard cricket.
Cricket was the winner on the day!
A GUIDE TO CRICKET WITH SOPHIE DEVINE!
New to cricket? Want to get involved in the Women's World Cup, but unsure what's going on?
Wellington Blaze allrounder and WHITE FERNS captain, Sophie Devine, helps to decipher the ins and outs of cricket ahead of the 2022 ICC Women's Cricket World Cup games here in Wellington.