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The 2016 ICC Women's World Twenty20 was the fifth edition of the ICC Women's World Twenty20, the world championship of women's Twenty20 International cricket. India hosted the event for the first time, with matches played from 15 March to 3 April 2016. The tournament was run simultaneously with the men's World Twenty20, with the final of each tournament played on the same day at the same venue (at Eden Gardens, Kolkata). In the tournament final, the West Indies defeated defending champions Australia by eight wickets, claiming their first title. West Indian captain Stafanie Taylor was named Player of the Tournament, having scored more runs than any other player.

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  • Die ICC World Women’s Twenty20 2016 war die fünfte Weltmeisterschaft im Twenty20-Cricket der Frauen und fand parallel zur Weltmeisterschaft der Männer vom 15. März bis 3. April 2016 in Indien statt. Gewinner waren die West Indies, die sich im Finale mit 8 Wickets gegen Australien durchsetzen konnten. (de)
  • The 2016 ICC Women's World Twenty20 was the fifth edition of the ICC Women's World Twenty20, the world championship of women's Twenty20 International cricket. India hosted the event for the first time, with matches played from 15 March to 3 April 2016. The tournament was run simultaneously with the men's World Twenty20, with the final of each tournament played on the same day at the same venue (at Eden Gardens, Kolkata). In the tournament final, the West Indies defeated defending champions Australia by eight wickets, claiming their first title. West Indian captain Stafanie Taylor was named Player of the Tournament, having scored more runs than any other player. (en)
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  • Dane van Niekerk scored her 1,000th T20I run. (en)
  • Harshitha Madavi made her T20I debut. (en)
  • Suzie Bates scored her 2,000th T20I run. (en)
  • Trisha Chetty scored her 1,000th T20I run. (en)
  • Muneeba Ali made her T20I debut. * Stafanie Taylor scored her 2,000th T20I run. * Anisa Mohammed took her 100th T20I wicket, becoming the first player to achieve this feat. (en)
  • Charlotte Edwards scored her 2,500th T20I run, becoming the first player to achieve this feat. (en)
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  • England won by 2 wickets (en)
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  • Australia won the toss and elected to bat. (en)
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  • Anil Chaudhary and C. K. Nandan (en)
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  • Michael Gough and Chettithody Shamshuddin (en)
  • Michael Gough and Ruchira Palliyaguruge (en)
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  • Vineet Kulkarni and Claire Polosak (en)
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  • Die ICC World Women’s Twenty20 2016 war die fünfte Weltmeisterschaft im Twenty20-Cricket der Frauen und fand parallel zur Weltmeisterschaft der Männer vom 15. März bis 3. April 2016 in Indien statt. Gewinner waren die West Indies, die sich im Finale mit 8 Wickets gegen Australien durchsetzen konnten. (de)
  • The 2016 ICC Women's World Twenty20 was the fifth edition of the ICC Women's World Twenty20, the world championship of women's Twenty20 International cricket. India hosted the event for the first time, with matches played from 15 March to 3 April 2016. The tournament was run simultaneously with the men's World Twenty20, with the final of each tournament played on the same day at the same venue (at Eden Gardens, Kolkata). In the tournament final, the West Indies defeated defending champions Australia by eight wickets, claiming their first title. West Indian captain Stafanie Taylor was named Player of the Tournament, having scored more runs than any other player. (en)
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