West Indies Move 3rd In Women’s International Championship

A 2-1 series* victory over Sri Lanka has moved the West Indies up to 3rd in the Women’s International Championship, pushing England down to 5th, though England have 3 games in hand, to be played against Australia as part of this summer’s Women’s Ashes.

Australia remain top of the WIC, despite having played 3 matches fewer than 2nd-placed South Africa.

The top 4 sides qualify automatically for the World Cup in England in 2017.

Team Played Points
Australia 6 12
South Africa 9 11
West Indies 9 10
Pakistan 9 8
England 6 7
Sri Lanka 9 5
New Zealand 6 4
India 6 3


* Although the full WI/SL “series” is 5 games, of which 4 are complete at time of writing, only games 2-4 count for the WIC.