2009 Women's Cricket World Cup

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2009 Women's World Cup
Women's Cricket World Cup 2009 logo.JPG
Logo of the 2009 Women's Cricket World Cup
Administrator(s) International Cricket Council
Cricket format One Day International
Tournament format(s) Group stage and knockout
Host(s) Australia Australia
Champions England England (2nd title)
Participants 8
Matches played 25
Man of the Series England Claire Taylor
Most runs England Claire Taylor (324)
Most wickets England Laura Marsh (16)

The 2009 ICC Women's Cricket World Cup was the ninth edition of the tournament and was held in Australia from 7 to 22 March 2009, using the sport's One Day International format.

Teams from New Zealand, Australia, England, India, Pakistan, South Africa, Sri Lanka and West Indies competed.

Host selection and venues[edit]

The ICC, along with Cricket Australia, announced in July 2008 that six venues in New South Wales would host the tournament.[1] The venues chosen were North Sydney Oval, Bankstown Oval and Drummoyne Oval (all in Sydney), Manuka Oval in Canberra, No. 1 Sports Ground in Newcastle and Bradman Oval in Bowral.[2] In addition, four grounds in Sydney (Manly Oval, Old King's Oval, Raby Oval No. 1 and Village Green) hosted the nine warm-up matches for the tournament.[3]

Qualification[edit]

Six of the eight teams involved in the tournament qualified through finishing in the top six in the previous tournament; Australia, India, England, New Zealand, Sri Lanka and West Indies therefore qualified automatically for the tournament.[4] The final two places were awarded to Pakistan and South Africa; the two finalists of the 2008 Women's Cricket World Cup Qualifier.[4]

Rules and regulations[edit]

Matches[edit]

A match in progress between Pakistan & England

All matches started at 10am local time (UTC+11)[5] and were played to standard One Day International playing conditions. All matches were to be 50 overs a side unless stated otherwise by the umpires or match referee, with each bowler entitled to bowl a maximum of 10 overs per match.[6]

In the event of bad weather, the side batting second must have batted a minimum of 20 overs for a result to be declared (if the match was not otherwise won, for example if the team batting second was dismissed before the completion of 20 overs).[6] In the event of interrupted matches (due to rain or some other factor), the Duckworth-Lewis method was applied to determine the result or revised target.[6]

Tournament points and format[edit]

Throughout the group and Super Six stages, two points were awarded to teams for a win, one point for a tie or matches that ended with no result, and no points were awarded for a defeat.[7]

At the conclusion of the group stage, the three teams in each group with the most points advanced to the Super Six stage of the tournament (the first time such a stage had been held), while the two teams eliminated played in a 7th/8th place playoff.[8] Points from matches between teams both qualifying for the Super Six stage were carried forward, therefore all six teams to advance began the Super Sixes with two games played.[8] Following the conclusion of the Super Sixes, the top two teams contested the final, third and fourth contested a third-place play-off, while fifth and sixth played each other for fifth place.

Results[edit]

Group Stage[edit]

The eight qualifying teams were split into two groups for the group stage, with traditional rivals Australia and New Zealand drawn together in Group A alongside South Africa and the West Indies, while India and Pakistan were drawn together in Group B along with England and Sri Lanka.[1] The group stage took place between 7 and 12 March 2009.

Group A[edit]

Team Pts Pld W T L NR NRR
New Zealand New Zealand 6 3 3 0 0 0 +2.015
Australia Australia 4 3 2 0 1 0 +0.714
West Indies Cricket Board West Indies 2 3 1 0 2 0 -0.655
South Africa South Africa 0 3 0 0 3 0 -1.777
8 March 2009
New Zealand New Zealand
205 (48 overs)
v
Australia Australia
132/6 (33 overs)
Haidee Tiffen 57 (113)
Ellyse Perry 3/40 (6 overs)
Shelley Nitschke 27 (42)
Kate Pulford 3/32 (7 overs)
New Zealand won by 13 runs (Duckworth-Lewis)[9]
North Sydney Oval, North Sydney
Umpires: Sarika Prasad (SGP) and Shahul Hameed (IDN)
Player of the match: Kate Pulford (New Zealand)
  • Australia's innings was halted after 33 overs; the Duckworth-Lewis target was 146.

8 March 2009
South Africa South Africa
116 (44.2 overs)
v
West Indies Cricket Board West Indies
117/8 (48.4 overs)
Alicia Smith 46 (109)
Stafanie Taylor 4/17 (8.2 overs)
West Indies won by 2 wickets[10]
No. 1 Sports Ground, Newcastle
Umpires: Jeff Brookes (AUS) and Tony Hill (NZL)
Player of the match: Stafanie Taylor (West Indies)

10 March 2009
Australia Australia
258/4 (50 overs)
v
South Africa South Africa
197 (49.3 overs)
Karen Rolton 96* (87)
Alicia Smith 3/42 (10 overs)
Trisha Chetty 58 (78)
Shelley Nitschke 3/43 (10 overs)
Australia won by 79 runs[11]
No. 1 Sports Ground, Newcastle
Umpires: Tony Hill (NZL) and Lakani Oala (PNG)
Player of the match: Shelley Nitschke (Australia)

10 March 2009
New Zealand New Zealand
192/8 (50 overs)
v
West Indies Cricket Board West Indies
136/8 (50 overs)
Sarah Tsukigawa 41 (35)
Stafanie Taylor 2/33 (10 overs)
Pamela Lavine 40 (97)
Aimee Mason 3/26 (10 overs)
New Zealand won by 56 runs[12]
Bankstown Oval, Sydney
Umpires: Neil Harrison (JPN) and Tony Ward (AUS)
Player of the match: Sarah Tsukigawa (New Zealand)

12 March 2009
Australia Australia
211/7 (50 overs)
v
West Indies Cricket Board West Indies
164/7 (50 overs)
Alex Blackwell 46 (56)
Shakera Selman 2/28 (10 overs)
Deandra Dottin 51 (54)
Erin Osborne 2/22 (10 overs)
Australia won by 47 runs[13]
Drummoyne Oval, Sydney
Umpires: Kathy Cross (NZL) and Brian Jerling (ZAF)
Player of the match: Ellyse Perry (Australia)

12 March 2009
New Zealand New Zealand
250/5 (50 overs)
v
South Africa South Africa
51 (22.1 overs)
Cri-zelda Brits 25 (46)
Suzie Bates 4/7 (5 overs)
New Zealand won by 199 runs[14]
Bradman Oval, Bowral
Umpires: Mick Martell (AUS) and Tony Ward (AUS)
Player of the match: Amy Satterthwaite (New Zealand)

Group B[edit]

Team Pts Pld W T L NR NRR
England England 6 3 3 0 0 0 +1.921
India India 4 3 2 0 1 0 +0.922
Pakistan Pakistan 2 3 1 0 2 0 -0.961
Sri Lanka Sri Lanka 0 3 0 0 3 0 -1.280
7 March 2009
England England
277/5 (50 overs)
v
Sri Lanka Sri Lanka
177/7 (50 overs)
Claire Taylor 101 (95)
Eshani Kaushalya 2/41 (7 overs)
Eshani Kaushalya 37 (50)
Laura Marsh 3/32 (10 overs)
England won by 100 runs[15]
Manuka Oval, Canberra
Umpires: Gerard Abood (AUS) and Kathy Cross (NZL)
Player of the match: Claire Taylor (England)

7 March 2009
Pakistan Pakistan
57 (29 overs)
v
India India
58/0 (10 overs)
Sana Mir 17 (54)
Rumeli Dhar 3/7 (8 overs)
India won by 10 wickets[16]
Bradman Oval, Bowral
Umpires: Neil Harrison (JPN) and Mick Martell (AUS)
Player of the match: Rumeli Dhar (India)

9 March 2009
Pakistan Pakistan
161/7 (50 overs)
v
Sri Lanka Sri Lanka
104 (39.4 overs)
Nain Abidi 26 (51)
Suwini de Alwis 2/19 (10 overs)
Shashikala Siriwardene 58 (111)
Qanita Jalil 3/33 (8 overs)
Pakistan won by 57 runs[17]
Manuka Oval, Canberra
Umpires: Gerard Abood (AUS) and Andrew Craig (AUS)
Player of the match: Qanita Jalil (Pakistan)

10 March 2009
India India
169 (48.4 overs)
v
England England
172/1 (38.4 overs)
Mithali Raj 59 (90)
Holly Colvin 3/22 (10 overs)
Caroline Atkins 69* (124)
Claire Taylor 69* (65)
Priyanka Roy 1/28 (5.4 overs)
England won by 9 wickets[18]
North Sydney Oval, Sydney
Umpires: Brian Jerling (ZAF) and Shahul Hameed(IDN)
Player of the match: Caroline Atkins (England)

12 March 2009
Pakistan Pakistan
78 (39.5 overs)
v
England England
82/2 (23.1 overs)
Nain Abidi 27 (62)
Laura Marsh 5/15 (10 overs)
Charlotte Edwards 32* (54)
Sana Mir 1/14 (7 overs)
England won by 8 wickets[19]
North Sydney Oval, Sydney
Umpires: Gerard Abood (AUS) and Tyron Wijewardene (LKA)
Player of the match: Laura Marsh (England)

12 March 2009
India India
137/7 (50 overs)
v
Sri Lanka Sri Lanka
102 (44.2 overs)
Mithali Raj 75* (102)
Chamari Polgampola 2/17 (10 overs)
Dedunu Silva 21 (58)
Amita Sharma 3/19 (10 overs)
India won by 35 runs[20]
Bankstown Oval, Sydney
Umpires: Andrew Craig (AUS) and Sarika Prasad (SGP)
Player of the match: Mithali Raj (India)

Super Sixes[edit]

Team Pts Pld W T L NR NRR
New Zealand New Zealand 8 5 4 0 1 0 +1.180
England England 8 5 4 0 1 0 +1.157
India India 6 5 3 0 2 0 +1.105
Australia Australia 6 5 3 0 2 0 +0.850
Pakistan Pakistan 2 5 1 0 4 0 –2.589
West Indies Cricket Board West Indies 0 5 0 0 5 0 –1.559

The top three teams in each group moved on to the Super Six stage which is scored as a complete round-robin. But each of the six teams played only three new matches, rather than five—each group's three representatives carried forward their result against each other rather than play again. Thus the table, showing five matches for each team, covers all matches between the Super Six qualifiers, including those from the group stage.

The top two teams in the final table qualified for the final.

The Super Six stage of the tournament took place between 14 and 19 March 2009.

14 March 2009
India India
234/5 (50 overs)
v
Australia Australia
218/7 (50 overs)
Anjum Chopra 76 (137)
Lisa Sthalekar 3/52 (10 overs)
Alex Blackwell 54 (105)
Gouher Sultana 2/33 (10 overs)
India won by 16 runs[21]
North Sydney Oval, Sydney
Umpires: Tony Hill (NZL) and Brian Jerling (ZAF)
Player of the match: Anjum Chopra (India)

14 March 2009
England England
201/5 (50 overs)
v
New Zealand New Zealand
170 (48.4 overs)
Charlotte Edwards 57 (79)
Sophie Devine 2/45 (8 overs)
Haidee Tiffen 53 (111)
Charlotte Edwards 4/37 (8.4 overs)
England won by 31 runs[22]
Bankstown Oval, Sydney
Umpires: Shahul Hameed (IDN) and Tyron Wijewardene (LKA)
Player of the match: Charlotte Edwards (England)

14 March 2009
West Indies West Indies Cricket Board
132/9 (50 overs)
v
Pakistan Pakistan
134/6 (47.5 overs)
Stafanie Taylor 55 (115)
Almas Akram 3/7 (7)
Armaan Khan 43 (48)
Stafanie Taylor 1/13 (9)
Pakistan won by 4 wickets[23]
Drummoyne Oval, Drummoyne
Umpires: Andrew Craig (AUS) and Lakani Oala (PNG)
Player of the match: Almas Akram (Pakistan)

16 March 2009
Australia Australia
229/6 (50 overs)
v
Pakistan Pakistan
122 (45.1 overs)
Shelley Nitschke 56 (64)
Sana Mir 2/35 (10)
Australia won by 107 runs[24]
Bankstown Oval, Bankstown
Umpires: Neil Harrison (JPN) and Tony Hill (NZL)
Player of the match: Shelley Nitschke (Australia)

17 March 2009
India India
207 (49.4 overs)
v
New Zealand New Zealand
210/5 (47.4 overs)
Reema Malhotra 59 (52)
Sophie Devine 2/35 (8.4)
Kate Pulford 71 (88)
Priyanka Roy 2/59 (10)
New Zealand won by 5 wickets[25]
North Sydney Oval, North Sydney
Umpires: Steve Davis (AUS) and Shahul Hameed (IDN)
Player of the match: Kate Pulford (New Zealand)

17 March 2009
England England
236/8 (50 overs)
v
West Indies Cricket Board West Indies
90 (38.2 overs)
Sarah Taylor 78 (101)
Shanel Daley 3/31 (9)
Deandra Dottin 23 (30)
Laura Marsh 3/17 (7.2)
England won by 146 runs[26]
Drummoyne Oval, Drummoyne
Umpires: Jeff Brookes (AUS) and Sarika Prasad (SGP)
Player of the match: Sarah Taylor (England)

19 March 2009
England England
161 (49.3 overs)
v
Australia Australia
163/2 (33.5 overs)
Claire Taylor 49 (77)
Sarah Andrews 3/35 (8.3)
Karen Rolton 42* (59)
Laura Marsh 1/35 (8)
Australia won by 8 wickets[27]
North Sydney Oval, North Sydney
Umpires: Brian Jerling (ZAF) and Sarika Prasad (SGP)
Player of the match: Shelley Nitschke (Australia)

19 March 2009
West Indies Cricket Board West Indies
84 (44.4 overs)
v
India India
86/2 (17.5 overs)
Stafanie Taylor 29 (63)
Priyanka Roy 4/14 (7.4)
India won by 8 wickets[28]
Bankstown Oval, Bankstown
Umpires: Kathy Cross (NZL) and Tyron Wijewardene (LKA)
Player of the match: Priyanka Roy (India)

19 March 2009
New Zealand New Zealand
373/7 (50 overs)
v
Pakistan Pakistan
150 (48.1 overs)
Suzie Bates 168 (105)
Haidee Tiffen 100 (128)
Naila Nazir 2/47 (8)
Nain Abidi 52 (104)
Lucy Doolan 3/30 (10.0)
New Zealand won by 223 runs[29]
Drummoyne Oval, Drummoyne
Umpires: Steve Davis (AUS) and Lakani Oala (PNG)
Player of the match: Suzie Bates (New Zealand)

Play-Offs[edit]

3rd place playoff[edit]

21 March 2009
Australia 
142 (44.4 overs)
v
 India
145/7 (43.5 overs)
Karen Rolton 52 (93)
Priyanka Roy 2/21 (5)
Jhulan Goswami 2/21 (9.4)
India won by 3 wickets[30]
Bankstown Oval, Bankstown
Umpires: Sarika Prasad (SGP) and Tony Hill (NZL)
Player of the match: Rumeli Dhar (India)
  • Rain stopped play after 13.3 overs of Australia's innings; the match was reduced to 46 overs per side.

5th place playoff[edit]

21 March 2009
Pakistan Pakistan
131 (46.3 overs)
v
West Indies Cricket Board West Indies
135/7 (46.3 overs)
Bismah Maroof 33 (69)
Shanel Daley 4/29 (10)
Pamela Lavine 26 (31)
Charlene Taitt 26 (67)
Sana Mir 2/12 (10)
West Indies won by 3 wickets[31]
Drummoyne Oval, Drummoyne
Umpires: Shahul Hameed (IDN) and Lakani Oala (PNG)
Player of the match: Shanel Daley (West Indies)

7th place playoff[edit]

14 March 2009
Sri Lanka Sri Lanka
75 (39 overs)
v
South Africa South Africa
76/1 (28.3 overs)
South Africa won by 9 wickets[32]
No.2 Oval, North Sydney
Umpires: Jeff Brookes (AUS) and Neil Harrison (JPN)
Player of the match: Dane van Niekerk (South Africa)

Final[edit]

22 March 2009
New Zealand New Zealand
166 (47.2 overs)
v
England England
167/6 (46.1 overs)
Lucy Doolan 48 (57)
Nicki Shaw 4/34 (8.2)
Caroline Atkins 40 (85)
Lucy Doolan 3/23 (10)
England won by 4 wickets[33]
North Sydney Oval, North Sydney
Umpires: Steve Davis (AUS) and Brian Jerling (ZAF)
Player of the match: Nicki Shaw (England)

Final Positions[edit]

Pos Team Record
1st  England 6-1
2nd  New Zealand 5-2
3rd  India 5-2
4th  Australia 4-3
5th  Pakistan 2-5
6th  West Indies 2-5
7th  South Africa 1-3
8th  Sri Lanka 0-4

Awards[edit]

Team of the tournament[edit]

Charlotte Edwards was named as captain of the ICC's World Cup XI.

The day after the final, the ICC announced its World Cup XI, as selected by a panel led by Belinda Clark.[34] The eleven included five members of England's tournament-winning squad, with three coming from India and two coming from runners-up New Zealand.

  1. New Zealand Suzie Bates
  2. Australia Shelley Nitschke
  3. England Claire Taylor
  4. India Mithali Raj
  5. England Charlotte Edwards (captain)
  6. New Zealand Kate Pulford
  7. England Sarah Taylor (wicket-keeper)
  8. India Amita Sharma
  9. England Katherine Brunt
  10. India Priyanka Roy
  11. England Laura Marsh

New Zealand's Sophie Devine was named as the side's twelfth man.

Player of the tournament[edit]

The award for player of the tournament was selected by the same panel that chose the team of the tournament,[35] and was awarded to the leading run-scorer Claire Taylor.[34]

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