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The 2011 ACC Women's Twenty20 Championship was an international women's cricket tournament held in Kuwait from 18 to 25 February 2011. It was organised by the Asian Cricket Council (ACC). Ten teams participated in the tournament, down from twelve at the previous edition in 2009. Iran and Qatar were the teams that did not return. The ten teams were divided into groups of five, one of which was topped by China and the other by Nepal. China defeated Thailand in the first semi-final, but Nepal were defeated by Hong Kong in the other. Hong Kong went on to also defeat China in the final, winning their second consecutive title.

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  • The 2011 ACC Women's Twenty20 Championship was an international women's cricket tournament held in Kuwait from 18 to 25 February 2011. It was organised by the Asian Cricket Council (ACC). Ten teams participated in the tournament, down from twelve at the previous edition in 2009. Iran and Qatar were the teams that did not return. The ten teams were divided into groups of five, one of which was topped by China and the other by Nepal. China defeated Thailand in the first semi-final, but Nepal were defeated by Hong Kong in the other. Hong Kong went on to also defeat China in the final, winning their second consecutive title. (en)
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  • Nepal won by 9 wickets (en)
  • Malaysia won by 8 wickets (en)
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  • Hong Kong won by 128 runs (en)
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  • Thailand won by 13 runs (en)
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  • UAE won by 5 runs (en)
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  • The 2011 ACC Women's Twenty20 Championship was an international women's cricket tournament held in Kuwait from 18 to 25 February 2011. It was organised by the Asian Cricket Council (ACC). Ten teams participated in the tournament, down from twelve at the previous edition in 2009. Iran and Qatar were the teams that did not return. The ten teams were divided into groups of five, one of which was topped by China and the other by Nepal. China defeated Thailand in the first semi-final, but Nepal were defeated by Hong Kong in the other. Hong Kong went on to also defeat China in the final, winning their second consecutive title. (en)
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