2012 Super Fours

The 2012 Super Fours was the 9th cricketSuper Fours season. It took place in May and saw 4 teams compete in 50 over and Twenty20 matches. There was no overall winner in the 50 over tournament, whilst Rubies won the Twenty20 tournament, their second title in the format.

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2012 Super Fours
Administrator(s) England and Wales Cricket Board
Cricket format 50 over
Tournament format(s) League system
Champions No overall winner
Participants 4
Matches 4
Most runs Charlotte Edwards, Diamonds (213)
Most wickets Beth Langston, Diamonds (9)
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In the one day tournament, each team played two games, with no overall winner declared.[1]

The Twenty20 competition consisted of two semi-finals, with the winners progressing to a Final and the losers playing in a third place play-off.[2]

Diamonds Emeralds Rubies Sapphires

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