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2023 World Cup to remain ten-team affair

CricBuzz Saturday, 20 October 2018
The ICC has introduced a new qualification procedure which will see Associate nations play more ODIs
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Jamaica’s women’s national team will be going to the World Cup for the first time in the team’s history after beating Panama on penalties in the third-place game at the CONCACAF qualifying tournament. With this win, the team also becomes the first Caribbean nation ever to qualify for the...

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