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The 2012 ICC Women's World Twenty20 was the third ICC Women's World Twenty20 competition, held in Sri Lanka from 26 September to 7 October 2012. The group stage matches were played at the Galle International Stadium in Galle and semi-finals and final were played at R. Premadasa Stadium in Colombo. The competition was held simultaneously with the equivalent men's tournament, the 2012 ICC World Twenty20. With a total of 172 runs at an average of 43.00, Edwards was named Player of the Tournament.

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  • The 2012 ICC Women's World Twenty20 was the third ICC Women's World Twenty20 competition, held in Sri Lanka from 26 September to 7 October 2012. The group stage matches were played at the Galle International Stadium in Galle and semi-finals and final were played at R. Premadasa Stadium in Colombo. The competition was held simultaneously with the equivalent men's tournament, the 2012 ICC World Twenty20. The eventual victors were the 2010 champions Australia, who beat pre-tournament favourites England by four runs in the final, a match which came down to the final ball. England captain Charlotte Edwards blamed this defeat on a "lack of discipline" in her side, whilst Test Match Special analyst Ebony Rainford-Brent cited underachieving bowlers and England's inability to rotate the strike. With a total of 172 runs at an average of 43.00, Edwards was named Player of the Tournament. (en)
  • Die ICC World Women's Twenty20 2012 war die dritte Weltmeisterschaft im Twenty20-Cricket der Frauen und fand parallel zur Weltmeisterschaft der Männer vom 26. September bis 7. Oktober 2012 in Sri Lanka statt. Im Finale konnte sich Australien gegen England mit einem 4 Run Sieg durchsetzen. (de)
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  • 15 (xsd:integer)
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  • Charlotte Edwards (en)
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  • Julie Hunter (en)
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  • Javeria Rauf made her WT20I debut. * South Africa Women qualified for the 2014 ICC Women's World Twenty20. (en)
  • Inoka Ranaweera made her WT20I debut. (en)
  • Rasanara Parwin made her WT20I debut. (en)
  • Sumaiya Siddiqi made her WT20I debut. (en)
  • Anuja Patil made her WT20I debut. * England Women and Australia Women qualified for the semi-finals as a result of this match. (en)
  • West Indies Women qualified for the semi-finals and South Africa Women were eliminated as a result of this match. (en)
  • Sri Lanka Women's innings curtailed after 10.3 overs due to rain. * West Indies Women's innings reduced to 8 overs due to rain, the revised target was 48. (en)
  • New Zealand Women qualified for the semi-finals and Sri Lanka Women were eliminated as a result of this match. (en)
  • India Women qualified for the 2014 ICC Women's World Twenty20. (en)
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  • Charlotte Edwards (en)
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  • Match start delayed due to a wet outfield. (en)
  • Pakistan's innings was reduced to 9 overs due to rain, the revised target was 64. (en)
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  • Final (en)
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  • Australia Women won by 19 runs (en)
  • Australia Women won by 8 wickets (en)
  • England Women won by 9 wickets (en)
  • New Zealand Women won by 8 wickets (en)
  • New Zealand Women won by 22 runs (en)
  • New Zealand Women won by 4 wickets (en)
  • West Indies Women won by 10 wickets (en)
  • Australia Women won by 25 runs (en)
  • Australia Women won by 28 runs (en)
  • Australia Women won by 4 runs (en)
  • England Women won by 121 runs (en)
  • England Women won by 43 runs (en)
  • England Women won by 7 wickets (en)
  • India Women won by 9 wickets (en)
  • Pakistan Women won by 1 run (en)
  • Pakistan Women won by 4 wickets (en)
  • South Africa Women won by 5 wickets (en)
  • South Africa Women won by 6 wickets (en)
  • Sri Lanka Women won by 5 runs (en)
  • West Indies Women won by 7 wickets (en)
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  • Charlotte Edwards 28 (en)
  • Shashikala Siriwardene 14 (en)
  • Suzie Bates 32 (en)
  • Alison Hodgkinson 25 (en)
  • Amita Sharma 32 (en)
  • Amy Satterthwaite 30 (en)
  • Amy Satterthwaite 32* (en)
  • Bismah Maroof 32 (en)
  • Chamari Atapattu 28 (en)
  • Charlotte Edwards 33 (en)
  • Charlotte Edwards 50* (en)
  • Charlotte Edwards 54 (en)
  • Dane van Niekerk 29 (en)
  • Dane van Niekerk 34* (en)
  • Deandra Dottin 58* (en)
  • Dilani Manodara 24 (en)
  • Javeria Khan 23 (en)
  • Jess Cameron 37 (en)
  • Jess Cameron 42 (en)
  • Jess Cameron 45 (en)
  • Jhulan Goswami 21 (en)
  • Juliana Nero 31 (en)
  • Laura Marsh 54 (en)
  • Lisa Sthalekar 23 (en)
  • Meg Lanning 39 (en)
  • Merissa Aguilleira 22 (en)
  • Poonam Raut 21 (en)
  • Poonam Raut 45* (en)
  • Poonam Raut 51 (en)
  • Qanita Jalil 13 (en)
  • Sana Mir 18 (en)
  • Sana Mir 26 (en)
  • Sarah Taylor 65* (en)
  • Shandre Fritz 33 (en)
  • Shashikala Siriwardene 18* (en)
  • Shashikala Siriwardene 38 (en)
  • Sophie Devine 59 (en)
  • Stacy-Ann King 12 (en)
  • Stafanie Taylor 33 (en)
  • Suzie Bates 51 (en)
  • Trisha Chetty 33 (en)
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  • Warm-up matches (en)
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  • Australia Women won the toss and elected to bat. (en)
  • England Women won the toss and elected to bat. (en)
  • England Women won the toss and elected to field. (en)
  • India Women won the toss and elected to bat. (en)
  • Pakistan Women won the toss and elected to bat. (en)
  • Pakistan Women won the toss and elected to field. (en)
  • Sri Lanka Women won the toss and elected to bat. (en)
  • West Indies Women won the toss and elected to field. (en)
  • South Africa Women won the toss and elected to field. (en)
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  • Group stage and Knockout (en)
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  • Billy Bowden and Tony Hill (en)
  • Asoka de Silva and Tyron Wijewardene (en)
  • Tony Hill and Bruce Oxenford (en)
  • Marais Erasmus and Tony Hill (en)
  • Billy Bowden and Marais Erasmus (en)
  • Tony Hill and Nigel Llong (en)
  • Asoka de Silva and Ranmore Martinesz (en)
  • Nigel Llong and Bruce Oxenford (en)
  • Asoka de Silva and Ruchira Palliyaguru (en)
  • Billy Bowden and Nigel Llong (en)
  • Marais Erasmus and Bruce Oxenford (en)
  • Tyron Wijewardene and Ruchira Palliyaguru (en)
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  • Ellyse Perry 2/19 (en)
  • Anisa Mohammed 2/17 (en)
  • Anya Shrubsole 2/32 (en)
  • Asmavia Iqbal 4/11 (en)
  • Chamani Seneviratna 1/27 (en)
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  • Danielle Hazell 2/5 (en)
  • Dinesha Devnarain 1/13 (en)
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  • Ekta Bisht 3/6 (en)
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  • Erin Bermingham 2/18 (en)
  • Erin Osborne 3/13 (en)
  • Frances Mackay 3/13 (en)
  • Holly Colvin 2/15 (en)
  • Holly Colvin 2/21 (en)
  • Holly Colvin 4/9 (en)
  • Inoka Ranaweera 1/21 (en)
  • Inoka Ranaweera 2/12 (en)
  • Inoka Ranaweera 2/15 (en)
  • Jess Jonassen 3/25 (en)
  • Jhulan Goswami 1/21 (en)
  • Julie Hunter 1/17 (en)
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  • Laura Marsh 2/22 (en)
  • Morna Nielsen 2/10 (en)
  • Nicola Browne 3/13 (en)
  • Nida Dar 3/12 (en)
  • Rasanara Parwin 2/15 (en)
  • Reema Malhotra 1/23 (en)
  • Sadia Yousuf 2/10 (en)
  • Sadia Yousuf 2/39 (en)
  • Sana Mir 2/20 (en)
  • Shabnim Ismail 3/18 (en)
  • Shanel Daley 2/23 (en)
  • Sian Ruck 2/22 (en)
  • Stafanie Taylor 1/4 (en)
  • Stafanie Taylor 3/10 (en)
  • Subrina Munroe 2/17 (en)
  • Susan Benade 2/15 (en)
  • Susan Benade 2/7 (en)
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  • Die ICC World Women's Twenty20 2012 war die dritte Weltmeisterschaft im Twenty20-Cricket der Frauen und fand parallel zur Weltmeisterschaft der Männer vom 26. September bis 7. Oktober 2012 in Sri Lanka statt. Im Finale konnte sich Australien gegen England mit einem 4 Run Sieg durchsetzen. (de)
  • The 2012 ICC Women's World Twenty20 was the third ICC Women's World Twenty20 competition, held in Sri Lanka from 26 September to 7 October 2012. The group stage matches were played at the Galle International Stadium in Galle and semi-finals and final were played at R. Premadasa Stadium in Colombo. The competition was held simultaneously with the equivalent men's tournament, the 2012 ICC World Twenty20. With a total of 172 runs at an average of 43.00, Edwards was named Player of the Tournament. (en)
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  • 2012 ICC Women's World Twenty20 (en)
  • ICC Women’s World Twenty20 2012 (de)
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