Players who will be missed in the Women’s Hundred 2023 Edition

With the Hundred starting from 1st August 2023, a few top players who performed well in the past seasons will miss this year’s edition. Let’s have a look at the top 5 players who will be missed:

Ellyse Perry and Alyssa Healy to miss Women's Hundred 2023 Tournament. PC: Getty Images
Ellyse Perry and Alyssa Healy to miss Women’s Hundred 2023 Tournament. PC: Getty Images

1. Ellyse Villani

The former Trent Rockets captain is amongst those names who pulled out from the draft list. She scored an impressive 182 runs from 7 innings. She along with Nat Sciver-Brunt played an important role in paving the way for the Rockets to the eliminator.

2. Beth Mooney

In the last edition, she scored the tournament’s highest-ever score of 97*(55) against the Southern Brave. She ended her campaign with 205 runs from just 6 matches at a blistering strike rate of 155 and at an average of 51. The spirits will definitely miss her service. The ever-consistent wicketkeeper batter decided to not play this year.

3. Annabel Sutherland

The budding pace-bowling all-rounder from Australia was retained by the Welsh Fires after her lone heroics in the last edition. But in order to manage her packed workload, she decided to not play. In the 6 matches, she accumulated 88 runs at an SR of 120 and picked 4 wickets.

4. Mignon du Preez

The Proteas’ star batter was not picked by any team. She played for Trent Rockets in the 2022 edition and for Manchester Originals in the 2021 edition. Though she could not make a mark in the last edition but knowing what she is capable of, she will definitely be missed.

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