ICC Women's World Twenty20 2012 - results and fixtures

Australia celebrate with the World Twenty20 trophy


7 October - England v Australia, Colombo (RPS)
Australia won by four runs
Match report. Scorecard. TMS pundits' analysis


4 October - England v New Zealand, Colombo (RPS)
England won by seven wickets
Match report. Scorecard
5 October - Australia v West Indies, Colombo (RPS)
Australia won by 28 runs
Match report. Scorecard (external site)

GROUP STAGE (all matches in Galle)

Pakistan3120-1.367 2
India3030-0.607 0
West Indies32101.6024
New Zealand32100.6384
Sri Lanka3120-0.6922
South Africa3120-1.1942


26 Sri Lanka v South Africa
South Africa won by six wickets
Round-up. Scorecard (external site)
26 New Zealand v West Indies
West Indies won by seven wickets
Round-up. Scorecard (external site)
27 England v Pakistan
England won by 43 runs
Match report. Scorecard
27 Australia v India
Australia won by eight wickets
Round-up.Scorecard (external site)
28 New Zealand v South Africa
New Zealand won by 22 runs
Round-up.Scorecard (external site)
28 West Indies v Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka won by five runs (D/L method)
Round-up. Scorecard (external site)
29 Australia v Pakistan
Australia won by 25 runs (D/L method)
Round-up. Scorecard (external site)
29 India v England
England won by nine wickets
Match report. Scorecard
30 West Indies v South Africa
West Indies won by 10 wickets
Round-up. Scorecard (external site)
30 Sri Lanka v New Zealand
New Zealand won by 8 wickets
Round-up. Scorecard (external site)


1 India v Pakistan
Pakistan won by one run
Round-up.. Scorecard (external site)
1 England v Australia
England won by seven wickets
Match report. Scorecard


(3rd in Group A v 4rd in Group B, 4th in Group A v 3rd in Group Bto determine who qualifies automatically for next ICC World Twenty20 in 2014)

3 Sri Lanka v India
India won by nine wickets
Scorecard (external site)
3 Pakistan v South Africa
South Africa won by five wickets
Scorecard (external site)

Details of warm-up matches

Captains Suzie Bates (New Zealand), Mignon du Preez (South Africa), Mithali Raj (India), Jodie Fields (Australia), Shashikala Siriwardene (Sri Lanka), Sana Mir (Pakistan), Merissa Aguilleira (West Indies) and Charlotte Edwards (England) with the trophy

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