Providence set for historic Women’s World T20 bowl-off

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By Avenash Ramzan

History will be created on Friday (November 9) when the first-ever standalone Women’s World T20 bowls off with three matches at the National Stadium, Providence, Guyana.

On the eve of the match, the East Bank Demerara facility was a hive of activity as groundstaff worked tirelessly on putting the finishing touches ahead of Friday’s highly anticipated bowl-off.

New Zealand and India will be the first two teams to take the field at 11:00h, after which the official opening ceremony, in the form of a concert in the Grass Mound, will take place from 14:30h.

Three-time champions Australia will open their campaign against Pakistan at 16:00h, followed by the defending champions West Indies playing Bangladesh at 20:00h.

(Here are some additional photos)

Scoreboard and Replay screen
Groundstaff on the move
Stage in Grass Mound
Pakistan player photoshoot
Boundary marker

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