The official commentators for the ICC Women’s World Cup 2022 has been announced by ICC on Thursday. The women’s cricket extravaganza will have 16 world-class commentators covering the biggest women’s cricket tournament.
Debbie Hockley who’s the most capped women’s cricket in world cup history will be joined by fellow Australia World Cup winners Lisa Sthalekar and Mel Jonas. They’ll be joined by former Indian captain Anjum Chopra, former team India coach WV Raman, and former Cricketer Sanjay Manjrekar.
The commentary panel for #CWC22 Announced 😃👇
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South African Broadcasters Kass Naidoo and Natalie Germanos will also provide their analysis along with England’s stalwarts Lydia Greenway, Nasser Hussain, and Alan Wilkins. Pakistan’s former captain Sana Mir and West Indies cricketer Stacy Ann King will be making their World Cup commentary debut. New Zealand’s own Ian Smith, Simon Doull and Lesley Murdoch will be the other 3 individuals providing their opinions and suggestions and thus finishing up the elite commentary panel.
The 2022 Women’s World Cup will begin on Friday, March 4th with hosts New Zealand and West Indies facing at Mount Maunganui.
The matches will be broadcasted Live on Star Sports Network and streamed live on Disney+ Hotstar.
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