The IOMCA are committed to the development of Women and Girls cricket and as a result it sits within the IOMCA strategy for 2022-2027. To showcase the potential for female cricketers to participate at all levels the IOMCA are providing the opportunity for players with the correct attributes the chance to train as part of a full National Team set up. Women's national teams have the opportunity to play in full ranking international matches and after 6 matches are given a position in the world rankings. The ICC have also prioritised women's cricket with it now seen as one of the fastest growing sports globally and has lots of the same opportunities as mens cricket. These include overseas competitions, streamed matches and training opportunities most of the year to name a few. Training is scheduled to miss as many other sports as possible to give players the opportunity to compete cross sports. Trials will be held Sunday 18th September at King William's College 16:00 - 18:00 Closing date for applications is 14th September.
Isle of Man Women's National Team to Play in Spanish Tournament
The Isle of Man Women's National Team have been invited to participate in the multi-nation T20I tournament in Spain from the 10th to 15th of November at Desert Springs. Participating countries are Sweden, Norway, Italy and Spain. This is a really exciting opportunity for the Isle of Man Women's National Team to play their first full international matches as a team having been training for the last two years. With the growth of the women's soft ball league and an increasing number of new players, individuals will be invited to trial on September 18th at King William's College with a squad of up to 20 players being selected. A further squad of 14 will selected to travel to Spain to play in the tournament.