By Chris Thurgate
The ICC East Asia Pacific Women’s Trophy will be held in Sano from May 7-12. Japan as hosts will be looking to win the tournament for the third time and progress to the next round of qualification for the T-20 World Cup.
Chiba Sharks member Ema Kuribayashi is a vital player at the top of the batting order and is looking forward to another strong performance after being named player of the tournament at the last event held in Vanuatu in 2012. Her years of experience with Japan and at the top level in New Zealand is inspiring for her teammates.
7 May. Japan v Cricket Without Borders. (Sano 2. 9:00am.)
7 May. Japan v Samoa. (Tanuma HS 1:45pm)
8 May. Japan v Cook Islands (Sano 3. 9:00am.)
8 May. Japan v Vanuatu. (Tanuma HS. 1:45)
10 May Japan v PNG. (Tanuma HS. 9:00am)
10 May. Afternoon semi finals
11 May. Final (Tanuma HS 1:00pm)
Other Sharks in action will be Dhugal Bedingfield who is coaching the Japan side and Chris Thurgate as a tournament umpire.
If you can make it to Sano, your support will be appreciated and you are guaranteed to see some great cricket.
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