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The Asian Cricket Council Women's Asia Cup is a women's One Day International and Twenty20 International cricket tournament. It was established in 2004. It is an biennual tournament. The Women's Asia cup is the only continental championship of Women's cricket and the winning team becomes the champions of Asia for two years. The first four tournaments were held in ODI format and thereafter all Asia cups have been held in T20I format. The tournament is contested by cricket teams from Asia. It has been played seven times to date. The 2012 event was the first event to be played in T20 format.

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  • The Asian Cricket Council Women's Asia Cup is a women's One Day International and Twenty20 International cricket tournament. It was established in 2004. It is an biennual tournament. The Women's Asia cup is the only continental championship of Women's cricket and the winning team becomes the champions of Asia for two years. The first four tournaments were held in ODI format and thereafter all Asia cups have been held in T20I format. The tournament is contested by cricket teams from Asia. It has been played seven times to date. The first women's asia cup was held in 2004 on Colombo and Kandy in the Sri lanka. The 2020 edition was postponed to 2021 due to Covid-19 pandemic before being cancelled. The ICC has ruled that all the matches played in the women's asia cup has ODI or T20I status. The 2012 event was the first event to be played in T20 format. (en)
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  • One Day International and Twenty20 International (en)
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  • ACC Women's Asia Cup (en)
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  • Tournaments (en)
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  • The Asian Cricket Council Women's Asia Cup is a women's One Day International and Twenty20 International cricket tournament. It was established in 2004. It is an biennual tournament. The Women's Asia cup is the only continental championship of Women's cricket and the winning team becomes the champions of Asia for two years. The first four tournaments were held in ODI format and thereafter all Asia cups have been held in T20I format. The tournament is contested by cricket teams from Asia. It has been played seven times to date. The 2012 event was the first event to be played in T20 format. (en)
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  • Women's Asia Cup (en)
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