India 'A' will begin their campaign on June 13 against hosts Hong Kong at the Tin Kwong Road Recreation Ground.
India first bundled out England for 68 in 17.1 overs and then returned to knock off the paltry target in 14 overs to lift the coveted trophy.
Following India's seven-wicket defeat against Australia on Saturday, their bowlers gave a superb performance, restricting Sri Lanka Under-19 to just 59 runs in the allotted 20 overs.
Coming in the midst of the WPL and the Women’s World T20, the accomplishment of Shafali Verma and team has given women’s cricket more cause for joy.
India restricted New Zealand to 107 for nine with Parshavi leading a disciplined bowling effort.
Initially, the toss and start of play were delayed due to rain and later, following an inspection, the match at the Steyn City Ground here was called off due to wet outfield.
The Indian women's team on Sunday lifted its first-ever ICC trophy with a seven-wicket win over England in the U-19 T20 World Cup final.