Souhadra is expected in Ondown at the inauguration of Ondown with the tournament inaugurator, playoffs and finals to be held in the capital.
The new ECB competition, delayed for a year due to the coronavirus epidemic, will begin on 21 July at Kia Oval with a historic women’s clash between The Oval Invitational and Manchester Origin and play with men and women to play back at Lord’s on August. 21, the day before the ‘Eliminator’ play-off at the Oval.
Another London franchise, Spirit, begins its campaign at Birmingham Phoenix in Edgbaston on 23 July, with trips to London scheduled for 25 July (Lords) and 14 August (The Oval).
A total of eight franchises will face the men’s and women’s events, with matches taking place daily during the four-week championship phase, ending on 18 August with a trip to Cardiff, London Spirit, to face the Welsh Fire.
Almost all matches will be played in double-heads, with both the men and women teams playing at the same venue on the same day. The exception is on opening day, when the first match of the women’s tournament will be played as a stand-alone match – the first time a major mixed team sports competition has been kicked out with a women’s match in the UK. The men’s competition will begin 24 hours later at the same venue.
Beth Barrett-Wilde, the head of the women’s cricket competition, said, “The opening of over a hundred with a women’s match is a historic moment, not only for women’s cricket and cricket.” “The calendar really shows that The Hundred is a game-changer – who has a gender balance in his heart and introduces men and women to the same platform, with ambition right from the beginning.”
England spinner Maddie Villiers has been confirmed as a new signing for The Oval Invitational, initially slated to play for Nottingham-based Trent Rockets in last year’s postponed tournament, and now making his first delivery Can bowl for
He said, “This is the first game, to be honest, and make history.” Game standard. “Not to mention a hundred games alone, men or women, so this is going to be a special day.
Villiers could organize the first delivery of The Hundred
“We thank all those involved, the ECB and the organizers for giving women a platform that I think they deserve.
“We have recently been on the back burner, so it is being emphasized that the opener is a real privilege and I hope it will be a good game to watch.
The villain is currently on an English tour to New Zealand, where a large crowd of matches has been seen to envy cricket cricketers around the world due to successful attempts to curb the coronovirus epidemic in the country.
“It was ridiculous because before I came here I was really excited to be able to live a normal life, but then you realized you had to go back to England and be undercover and social distance,” Villiers said.
“But it is good to have this dose of normalcy and I hope that a hundred things will slowly start coming back to where we were, and we can have a crowd and make it a day for people.” And attracts a lot of people around. Cricket. “