About Hallyburton Johnstone Shield Women
The Hallyburton Johnstone Shield is the premier domestic women's cricket competition in New Zealand. It was first played in the 1998/99 season and is named after Hallyburton Johnstone, who was one of the pioneers of women's cricket in New Zealand.
The competition features the six major associations in New Zealand cricket, with each team playing each other twice in a round-robin format. The top three teams at the end of the round-robin phase advance to the knockout stage, which features two semi-finals and a final to determine the champion.
The Hallyburton Johnstone Shield typically runs from October to March, with the final held in late March or early April. The competition features some of the best female cricketers in New Zealand, including many current and former White Ferns (New Zealand's national women's cricket team) players.
The Hallyburton Johnstone Shield is an important part of the development pathway for women's cricket in New Zealand, providing a platform for up-and-coming players to showcase their skills at the domestic level. It also helps to support the growth and development of women's cricket in New Zealand, and has played a key role in the success of the White Ferns in international cricket.
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|2||Otago Sparks W||4||2||2||0||0||636:570||10|
|3||Wellington Blaze W||4||2||2||0||0||764:655||9|
|4||Northern Brave W||4||1||2||0||1||556:710||7|
|5||Canterbury Magicians W||4||2||1||0||1||520:605||6|
|6||Central Hinds W||4||0||3||0||1||642:651||6|
Promotion ~ Hallyburton Johnstone Shield Women (Play Offs: Final)