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Women's Asia Cup

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Tournament format  Round-robin tournament
Most successful  India (6 Titles)
Number of teams  ACC member nations
Administrator  Asian Cricket Council
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Format  One Day International and Twenty20 International
Current champion  India women's national cricket team

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The ACC Women's Asia Cup is an international One Day International and Twenty20 International cricket tournament contested by women's cricket teams from Asia. It has been played six times to date.

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2004

The first Women's Asia Cup was played in Sri Lanka in April 2004. Only two teams took part, India and Sri Lanka and they played a five match One-Day International series against each other. India won all five matches and won the first Women's Asia Cup.

2005-2006

Karachi, Pakistan hosted the second Women's Asia Cup in December 2005 and January 2006. Pakistan made their first appearance in the tournament. India again won the tournament, beating Sri Lanka by 97 runs in the final.

2006-2007

The third Women's Asia Cup tournament was played in Jaipur, India in December 2006. The tournament went very much the way of the previous event. India beat Sri Lanka in the final, this time by eight wickets.

2008

The fourth Women's Asia Cup tournament was played in Sri Lanka in May 2008. India again won the tournament, defeating Sri Lanka by 177 runs in the final.

2012

The fifth Women's Asia Cup Tournament was played in Guanggong Cricket Stadium, Guangzhou, China from 24–31 October 2012. India beat Pakistan by 19 runs in the final

2016

The sixth Women's Asia Cup tournament was played in Thailand, from 27 November to 4 December 2016. India beat Pakistan by 17 runs in the final, becoming champion for the 6th time consecutively.

References

Women's Asia Cup Wikipedia


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