It’s exciting news for all passionate fans of The Hundred Women’s Competition 2023 that the Hundred Women’s 2023 All Teams Squad has been finalized by the franchises and ECB. The tournament promises to be a thrilling event with the world’s top female cricketers competing against each other. With eight teams participating, the squads have been announced with some impressive names on the list. It’s time to gear up and learn more about the teams, their captains, and coaches.
All Teams Squad of The Hundred Women’s 2023 Competition
England & Wales Cricket Board has confirmed the Hundred Women’s 2023 Players List as all the franchises picked the players on an open-market basis. Learn how all the teams stack up for the 3rd edition of the Hundred Women’s Competition.
Manchester Originals Women
The Manchester Originals Women’s squad for the Hundred Women’s Competition 2023 is led by captain Sophie Ecclestone and head coach Stephen Parry. The complete squad consists of:
Deandra Dottin (West Indies), Laura Wolvaardt (South Africa), Amanda-Jade Wellington (Australia), Sophie Ecclestone, Emma Lamb, Ellie Threlkeld, Kathryn Bryce, Katie George, Liberty Heap, Phoebe Graham, Fi Morris
The team has an impressive line-up of international players and with Parry’s expertise and guidance, the hundred women’s team squad is sure to be a formidable force in the tournament.
Northern Superchargers Women
The Northern Superchargers Women’s team boasts a strong line-up, led by the talented Alyssa Healy from Australia. The team also has Georgia Wareham and Heather Graham, both from Australia, who are important players to watch out for. With the likes of Hollie Armitage, Bess Heath, and Kate Cross, Northern Superchargers Women have a well-rounded squad that can compete with the best.
Alyssa Healy (Australia), Georgia Wareham (Australia), Heather Graham (Australia), Hollie Armitage, Linsey Smith, Bess Heath, Kate Cross, Alice Davidson-Richards, Marie Kelly, Aylish Cranstone, Phoebe Franklin
Birmingham Phoenix Women
Led by the legendary Ellyse Perry, Birmingham Phoenix Women have a star-studded line-up that includes Erin Burns, Amy Jones, and Sophie Devine. With Perry’s leadership and experience, the team is set to make a strong impression in the Hundred Women’s Competition 2023. Known for her all-round skills, Perry has been a force to reckon with in women’s cricket, and her presence in the team is sure to boost their chances of success.
Sophie Devine (New Zealand), Ellyse Perry (Australia), Erin Burns (Australia), Amy Jones, Issy Wong, Emily Arlott, Hannah Baker, Katie Levick, Eve Jones, Abtaha Maqsood, Chloe Brewer, Sterre Kalis
Trent Rockets Women
Harnessing the might of Harmanpreet Kaur, Lizelle Lee, Alana King, and Nat Sciver-Brunt, Trent Rockets Women are set to make a mark in the 2023 Women’s Competition. Moreover, the franchise has also acquired the services of experienced head coach Jon Lewis, who is likely to bring his knowledge and expertise to the team. With such incredible resources at their disposal, Trent Rockets Women certainly have a great chance of making it to the top in the 2023 Women’s Competition.
Harmanpreet Kaur (India), Lizelle Lee (South Africa), Alana King (Australia), Nat Sciver-Brunt, Katherine Sciver-Brunt, Bryony Smith, Grace Potts, Kirstie Gordon, Josie Groves, Emma Jones, Naomi Dattani, Alexa Stonehouse
Welsh Fire Women
Get ready to witness the explosive performance of Hayley Matthews and Shabnim Ismail in the Welsh Fire Women’s line-up for the Hundred Women’s Competition 2023. With Tammy Beaumont leading the team, the Welsh Fire Women are gearing up to make a strong impact in the tournament.
Apart from Matthews and Ismail, the team has the experience of Laura Harris and the talent of Sophia Dunkley and Georgia Elwiss. Alex Hartley and Claire Nicholas will lead the bowling attack, while Freya Davies will add depth to the pace department. With a well-balanced squad, the Welsh Fire Women will look to devise winning strategies for success in the Hundred Women’s Competition 2023.
Hayley Matthews (West Indies), Shabnim Ismail (South Africa), Laura Harris (Australia), Tammy Beaumont, Sophia Dunkley, Georgia Elwiss, Freya Davies, Alex Hartley, Alex Griffiths, Claire Nicholas, Sarah Bryce
London Spirit Women
Led by the formidable Heather Knight, London Spirit Women are a formidable presence in the competition, boasting the likes of Amelia Kerr, Grace Harris, and Charlie Dean in their ranks. With Kerr’s spin and batting, Harris’ strong all-round ability, and Dean’s dynamic batting, the London Spirit Women have a well-rounded lineup that is a force to be reckoned with. The team is ably managed by the experienced Ashley Noffke, a former international player himself, who can bring his knowledge and expertise to the London Spirit Women to help them reach their full potential.
Amelia Kerr (New Zealand), Grace Harris (Australia), Heather Knight, Charlie Dean, Danielle Gibson, Sarah Glenn, Sophie Munro, Sophie Luff, Grace Scrivens, Tara Norris, Niamh Holland
Oval Invincibles Women
If you’re a fan of South African cricket, you’ll be excited to know that Oval Invincibles Women have two of the country’s top players in their squad, Marizanne Kapp and Dane van Niekerk, who will be looking to dominate in the upcoming Hundred competition. Kapp is a fast-bowling all-rounder who has been one of the most consistent performers in white-ball cricket in recent years. She has the ability to swing the ball both ways and can be a handful for any batter. On the other hand, van Niekerk is a leg-spinning all-rounder who is equally adept with bat and ball. She is known for her accuracy and variations, which make her a wicket-taking threat in any format of the game.
Marizanne Kapp (South Africa), Dane van Niekerk (South Africa), Suzie Bates (New Zealand), Alice Capsey, Lauren Winfield-Hill, Tash Farrant, Mady Villiers, Paige Scholfield, Eva Gray, Ryana MacDonald-Gay, Kira Chathli
Southern Brave Women
Southern Brave Women have a fiery batting lineup led by the explosive Smriti Mandhana and the ever-reliable Danni Wyatt. With the addition of Chloe Tryon and Maitlan Brown, the team has a strong middle order and a potent bowling attack. Anya Shrubsole, the captain of the team, is a seasoned campaigner and will be looking to lead her team to glory in the Hundred Women’s Competition 2023.
Smriti Mandhana (India), Chloe Tryon (South Africa), Maitlan Brown (Australia), Lauren Bell, Maia Bouchier, Freya Kemp, Danni Wyatt, Anya Shrubsole, Georgia Adams, Rhianna Southby, Danielle Gregory
The Hundred Women’s 2023 Team Captains
The star-studded experienced lineup of team captains in The Hundred Women’s 2023 Competition is as follows.
|Manchester Originals Women||Sophie Ecclestone|
|Northern Superchargers Women||TBC|
|Birmingham Phoenix Women||Ellyse Perry|
|Trent Rockets Women||TBC|
|Welsh Fire Women||Tammy Beaumont|
|London Spirit Women||Heather Knight|
|Oval Invincibles Women||Dane van Niekerk|
|Southern Brave Women||Anya Shrubsole|
The Hundred Women’s 2023 Coaches List
All the coaches of The Hundred Women’s Competition 2023 are experienced cricketers and have a wealth of knowledge in the game. Stephen Parry has been a part of the Lancashire County Cricket Club since 2006 and was a part of the England national team in 2014. Dani Hazell is an ex-England Women’s International and was a part of the England Women’s World Cup winning squad in 2017. Ben Sawyer has been on the coaching staff of Australia Women’s team and was the head coach of the Melbourne Stars WBBL team in 2019-20. Jon Lewis is a former English cricketer who has also represented England Lions and was the assistant coach of the England Women’s team in 2019.
Gareth Breese is a former West Indies cricketer and has been a part of the Scotland cricket team since 2002. Ashley Noffke is an ex-Australian cricketer and was the head coach of Brisbane Heat WBBL team from 2018-20. Jonathan Batty is a former English cricketer and was appointed as the head coach of Surrey in 2017. Lastly, Charlotte Edwards was a part of the England Women’s team for over two decades and was the first player to score a double century in a Women’s ODI match. All of these accomplished coaches are sure to help their respective teams to perform their best in the competition.
|Manchester Originals Women||Stephen Parry|
|Northern Superchargers Women||Dani Hazell|
|Birmingham Phoenix Women||Ben Sawyer|
|Trent Rockets Women||Jon Lewis|
|Welsh Fire Women||Gareth Breese|
|London Spirit Women||Ashley Noffke|
|Oval Invincibles Women||Jonathan Batty|
|Southern Brave Women||Charlotte Edwards|
Strongest Team on Paper
I expect Oval Invincibles Women to continue their sheer dominance in The Hundred 2023 Women’s Competition as they are the defending Champions and the only team in the Women’s Hundred Competition who have won the title not once but twice.
The Oval Invincibles Women have retained several key players from their championship-winning team in the previous season. The team boasts of some of the best all-rounders in the world, such as Marizanne Kapp and Dane van Niekerk from South Africa, and Suzie Bates from New Zealand.
They have a formidable batting lineup, with Lauren Winfield-Hill opening the innings and Suzie Bates and Dane van Niekerk anchoring the middle order. The team also has a strong bowling attack, with Marizanne Kapp and Tash Farrant leading the pace attack, while Mady Villiers and Ryana MacDonald-Gay provide the spin options. However, the team’s weak link could be their lack of depth in the batting department, which could be exposed if the top order fails to fire.