Barbados is all set to represent West Indies in Commonwealth Games

Cricket is making a return to CWG after 1998 with the introduction of Women’s cricket in 2022 Bermingham.

The Commonwealth Games are going to take place in 2022 and are hosted by Bermingham. Cricket as a sport is making a comeback after 23 years and women’s cricket is going to take place for the first time in history. Barbados women’s side will participate while representing West Indies as announced by Cricket West Indies(CWI).

Earlier the T20 Blaze and Super50 cup which was decided to be the qualifying tournament for the CWG was postponed by the Board of Directors and they announced that for that time Barbados will represent West Indies on the big stage.


“Following the postponement, the Barbados Women’s team will be the representative team from the West Indies as a result of their victory in the 2020 CWI T20 Blaze tournament and in line with Commonwealth Games Association Tournament rules agreed by the International Cricket Council (ICC), we have been forced to take the decision to postpone the Women’s T20 Blaze and Women’s CG Insurance Super50 Cup for this year,” CWI CEO Johnny Graved said in a statement as per indianexpress.

He also said that the board have invested a lot in the development of the team with the expectation of high-level performance. Camps and International fixtures were arranged for women.