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Fixtures On The Road To Liverpool

As the excitement builds towards the World Cup in under 8 months time, the action is hotting up on the courts. Here you can keep abreast of the latest scores from the big international matches being played around the world.

Constellation Cup: 7 – 18 October 2018

The Constellation Cup sees Australia and close rivals New Zealand clash in a four-match series, the team with the most wins out of the four games wins the trophy. Since its inception in 2010, Australia have won the cup seven times, and are the current defending champions.

The scores are as follows:

 

 

 

Sunshine Series: 7 – 15  October 2018

In a two-part test series, Jamaica will face Trinidad and Tobago, before turning their attention to world number two England’s Roses for a final three-match series.  Jamaica’s Sunshine Girls met England’s Roses most recently at the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast, where the Roses took the win before charging through to claim their historic gold. The test series will be an opportunity for Jamaica to play against their World Cup rivals before the tournament next year.

The scores are as follows:

Series 1: Jamaica v Trinidad and Tobago

 

 

Series 2: Jamaica v England

 

 

 

 

World Fast5 Series: 27 & 28 October 2018

The Fast5 Series is the world’s newest match format and an action-packed two-day event featuring the top six teams in the world; Australia, New Zealand, England, Jamaica, Malawi, and South Africa. Teams play six 24 minute games over the two days with teams consisting of five players either side.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Uganda Series: 27 November – 2 December 2018

Uganda’s She Cranes take on England’s Roses in a three-match series with the best of the three games winning the series. The tournament will begin in Liverpool, at the home of the World Cup,  before moving to London. It will be the first time Commonwealth gold medalists, England Roses, have played on home soil since their historic win at the Games earlier this year. More information on the Uganda Series can be found here.