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The 2009 ACC Women's Twenty20 Championship was an international women's cricket tournament held in Malaysia from 3 to 9 July 2009. It was the first women's tournament organised by the Asian Cricket Council (ACC) to feature the Twenty20 format of the sport.

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  • The 2009 ACC Women's Twenty20 Championship was an international women's cricket tournament held in Malaysia from 3 to 9 July 2009. It was the first women's tournament organised by the Asian Cricket Council (ACC) to feature the Twenty20 format of the sport. Twelve teams participated in the tournament, including five that were making their international debuts (Bhutan, Iran, Kuwait, Oman, and Qatar). The teams were divided into two groups, one of which was topped by Thailand and the other by Hong Kong. Both of those teams eventually progressed to the final at Kinrara Academy Oval, where Hong Kong defeated Thailand by four runs to record their first ACC women's title. The losing semi-finalists, Nepal and China, played off for third place, with Nepal winning by 73 runs. (en)
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  • --07-11
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  • Nepal won the match through a bowl-out. (en)
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  • Hong Kong won by 7 wickets (en)
  • Singapore won by 4 wickets (en)
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  • Oman won by 3 wickets (en)
  • Bhutan won by 101 runs (en)
  • Bhutan won by 42 runs (en)
  • China won by 31 runs (en)
  • China won by 8 wickets (en)
  • China won by 89 runs (en)
  • China won by 99 runs (en)
  • Hong Kong won by 10 wickets (en)
  • Hong Kong won by 104 runs (en)
  • Hong Kong won by 136 runs (en)
  • Hong Kong won by 4 runs (en)
  • Hong Kong won by 9 wickets (en)
  • Hong Kong won by 92 runs (en)
  • Iran won by 19 runs (en)
  • Malaysia won by 126 runs (en)
  • Malaysia won by 27 runs (en)
  • Malaysia won by 3 wickets (en)
  • Nepal won by 62 runs (en)
  • Nepal won by 73 runs (en)
  • Qatar won by 10 wickets (en)
  • Singapore won by 23 runs (en)
  • Singapore won by 25 runs (en)
  • Singapore won by 34 runs (en)
  • Thailand won by 12 runs (en)
  • Thailand won by 23 runs (en)
  • Thailand won by 27 runs (en)
  • Thailand won by 50 runs (en)
  • Thailand won by 67 runs (en)
  • Thailand won by 83 runs (en)
  • UAE won by 1 run (en)
  • UAE won by 49 runs (en)
  • UAE won by 56 runs (en)
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  • The 2009 ACC Women's Twenty20 Championship was an international women's cricket tournament held in Malaysia from 3 to 9 July 2009. It was the first women's tournament organised by the Asian Cricket Council (ACC) to feature the Twenty20 format of the sport. (en)
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  • 2009 ACC Women's Twenty20 Championship (en)
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