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Ranked number three in world, New Zealand will be look to claim their second trophy under the leadership of all-rounder Suzie Bates
Sophie Devine represented New Zealand in hockey at the 2012 Olympics

With the eleventh edition of the ICC Women’s World Cup just around the corner, we have decided to look at how all eight teams have fared at previous tournaments.

New Zealand have featured in all 11 Women’s World Cups and have won one. The Kiwis’ Debbie Hockley holds tournament records, including most runs (1501) and most appearances (45).

Ranked number three in world, New Zealand will be looking to claim their second trophy under the leadership of all-rounder Suzie Bates, who has 682 Women’s World Cup runs to her name as well as eight wickets.

New Zealand’s 15-player squad includes 16-year-old leg-spinner Amelia Kerr who is set to become New Zealand's youngest representative at the ICC Women's World Cup.

The team will assemble for a pre-tournament camp in Hampshire from June 11, before the opening game against Sri Lanka in Bristol on June 24.

The squad: Suzie Bates (capt), Erin Bermingham, Sophie Devine, Maddy Green, Holly Huddleston, Leigh Kasperek, Amelia Kerr, Katey Martin, Thamsyn Newton, Katie Perkins, Anna Peterson, Rachel Priest, Hannah Rowe, Amy Satterthwaite, Lea Tahuhu.

Let’s look at how New Zealand have fared at previous tournaments…

Overall
1973-2013
Played 74, Won 48, Lost 23, Tied 2, No result 1
Leading run-scorer: Debbie Hockley - 1501
Highest score: Suzie Bates - 168
Leading wicket-taker: Catherine Campbell - 29
Best bowling figures: Jackie Lord - 6-10
Most appearances: Debbie Hockley - 45
Most appearances as captain: Trish McKelvey - 15

Ranked number three in world, New Zealand will be look to claim their second trophy under the leadership of all-rounder Suzie Bates
Ranked number three in world, New Zealand will be look to claim their second trophy under the leadership of all-rounder Suzie Bates

Tournaments by the numbers…

2013
Played 7, Won 3, Lost 4
Winner: Australia
Host: India
New Zealand’s leading run-scorer: Suzie Bates - 407
New Zealand’s leading wicket-taker: Sian Ruck - 12

2009
Played 7, Won 5, Lost 2
Winner: England
Host: Australia
New Zealand’s leading run-scorer: Haidee Tiffen - 279
New Zealand’s leading wicket-taker: Aimee Watkins - 11

2005
Played 7, Won 4, Lost 2, No Result 1
Winner: Australia
Host: South Africa
New Zealand’s leading run-scorer: Maia Lewis - 189
New Zealand’s leading wicket-taker: Louise Milliken - 11

2000
Played 9, Won 8, Lost 1
Winner: New Zealand
Host: New Zealand
New Zealand’s leading run-scorer: Emily Drumm - 339
New Zealand’s leading wicket-taker: Katrina Keenan - 12

1997
Played 7, Won 5, Lost 1, Tied 1
Winner: Australia
Host: India
New Zealand’s leading run-scorer: Debbie Hockley - 456
New Zealand’s leading wicket-taker: Katrina Keenan - 13

1993
Played 8, Won 7, Lost 1
Winner: England
Host: England
New Zealand’s leading run-scorer: Debbie Hockley - 229
New Zealand’s leading wicket-taker: Julie Harris - 15

1988
Played 9, Won 6, Lost 3
Winner: Australia
Host: Australia
New Zealand’s leading run-scorer: Debbie Hockley - 446
New Zealand’s leading wicket-taker: Brigit Legg - 11

1982
Played 12, Won 6, Lost 5, Tied 1
Winner: Australia
Host: New Zealand
New Zealand’s leading run-scorer: Barb Bevege - 320
New Zealand’s leading wicket-taker: Jackie Lord - 22

1978
Played 3, Won 1, Lost 2
Winner: Australia
Host: India
New Zealand’s leading run-scorer: Barb Bevege - 126
New Zealand’s leading wicket-taker: Pat Carrick - 6

1973
Played 5, Won 3, Lost 2
Winner: England
Host: England
New Zealand’s leading run-scorer: Shirley Cowles - 93
New Zealand’s leading wicket-taker: Glenys Page - 6

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Final, ICC Champions Trophy 2017 | The Oval, London
Pakistan won by 180 runs
Pakistan
338/4
India
158
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Semi Final 2, ICC Champions Trophy 2017 | Edgbaston, Birmingham
India won by 9 wickets
Bangladesh
264/7
India
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Semi Final 1, ICC Champions Trophy 2017 | Cardiff Wales Stadium, Cardiff
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England
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Pakistan
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Match 12, ICC Champions Trophy 2017 | Cardiff Wales Stadium, Cardiff
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Sri Lanka
236
Pakistan
237/7
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Match 11, ICC Champions Trophy 2017 | The Oval, London
India won by 8 wickets
India
193/2
South Africa
191
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Match 10, ICC Champions Trophy 2017 | Edgbaston, Birmingham
England won by 40 runs (DLS Method)
England
240/4
Australia
277/9
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Match 9, ICC Champions Trophy 2017 | Cardiff Wales Stadium, Cardiff
Bangladesh won by 5 wickets
New Zealand
265/8
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268/5
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Sri Lanka won by 7 wickets
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321/6
Sri Lanka
322/3
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Match 7, ICC Champions Trophy 2017 | Edgbaston, Birmingham
Pakistan won by 19 runs (DLS Method)
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119/3
South Africa
219/8
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Match 6, ICC Champions Trophy 2017 | Cardiff Wales Stadium, Cardiff
England won by 87 runs
England
310
New Zealand
223
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Pos Team P NRR Pts
1 England 3 +1.045 6
2 Bangladesh 3 +0.000 3
3 Australia 3 -0.992 2
4 New Zealand 3 -1.058 1

Group B

Pos Team P NRR Pts
1 India 3 +1.370 4
2 Pakistan 3 -0.680 4
3 South Africa 3 +0.167 2
4 Sri Lanka 3 -0.798 2
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