International Women's Cricket Council
The International Women's Cricket Council was formed in February 1958 by the women's cricket associations of Australia, England, the Netherlands, New Zealand and South Africa to organise international matches between the countries.
List of members
The IWCC had a maximum of 13 members at one time, and 17 members in total in the course of its history. Founding members are marked with a dagger (†).
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