Complete Squad for Women’s Hundred 2022 Announced

On April 5, the eight squads for the Hundred Women’s competition were announced. This year, the second edition of the tournament will be played from August 11 to September 3 across seven cities, including London, Southampton, Manchester, Cardiff, Leeds, Birmingham, and Nottingham.


Oval Invincible - Winners of Women's Hundred 2022 Season
Oval Invincible – Winners of Women’s Hundred 2022 Season. PC: Getty Images / ECB


Every team will see a squad of 15. So far, only Welsh Fire have declared their complete squad. The remaining seven teams, namely, London Spirit, Manchester Originals, Northern Superchargers, Oval Invincibles, Trent Rockets, Birmingham Phoenix and Southern Brave have time until June 30 to sign their players on an open market basis. At the start of June, there will also be an Overseas Wildcard Draft.

Players from Australia, India, New Zealand, South Africa, and West Indies have been signed up for the tournament. They are the overseas players. So far, 24 overseas players have been confirmed. Australia have the maximum participation with 11 players, followed by South Africa with six players. Due to their busy international calendar, Australian players could not be a part of the Hundred last year. Apart from these, there are three players from New Zealand and two players each from India and West Indies.

Overseas players in Women’s Hundred 2022

Australia: Beth Mooney (London Spirit), Megan Schutt (London Spirit), Rachael Haynes (Welsh Fire), Annabel Sutherland (Welsh Fire), Alyssa Healy (Northern Superchargers), Meg Lanning (Trent Rockets), Alana King (Trent Rockets), Ellyse Perry (Birmingham Phoenix), Sophie Molineux (Birmingham Phoenix), Amanda-Jade Wellington (Southern Brave), Tahlia McGrath (Southern Brave)

India: Smriti Mandhana (Southern Brave), Jemimah Rodrigues (Northern Superchargers)

New Zealand: Amelia Kerr (London Spirit), Amy Satterthwaite (Manchester Originals), Sophie Devine (Birmingham Phoenix)

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South Africa: Laura Wolvaardt (Northern Superchargers), Lizelle Lee (Manchester Originals), Dane van Niekerk (Oval Invincibles), Marizanne Kapp (Oval Invincibles), Shabnim Ismail (Oval Invincibles), Mignon du Preez (Trent Rockets)

West Indies: Hayley Matthews (Welsh Fire), Deandra Dottin (Manchester Originals)

Franchise-wise overseas players in Women’s Hundred 2022

London Spirit: Beth Mooney, Amelia Kerr, Megan Schutt

Welsh Fire: Rachael Haynes, Annabel Sutherland, Hayley Matthews

Manchester Originals: Lizelle Lee, Deandra Dottin, Amy Satterthwaite

Northern Superchargers: Jemimah Rodrigues, Alyssa Healy, Laura Wolvaardt

Oval Invincibles: Dane van Niekerk, Marizanne Kapp, Shabnim Ismail

Trent Rockets: Meg Lanning, Mignon du Preez, Alana King

Birmingham Phoenix: Sophie Devine, Ellyse Perry, Sophie Molineux

Souther Brave: Smriti Mandhana, Amanda-Jade Wellington, Tahlia McGrath

In addition to the overseas players, England internationals, as well as domestic stars, will feature in the Hundred. Players from Scotland too will be a part of this exciting competition, which garnered a lot of popularity in its inaugural edition that was played last year. 

Draft Squads in Women’s Hundred 2022


London Spirit Welsh Fire Manchester Originals Northern Superchargers Oval Invincibles Trent Rockets Birmingham Phoenix Southern Brave
Heather Knight Tammy Beaumont Sophie Ecclestone Jemimah Rodrigues* Dane van Niekerk* Natalie Sciver Amy Jones Danielle Wyatt
Beth Mooney* Rachael Haynes* Lizelle Lee* Alyssa Healy* Marizanne Kapp* Meg Lanning* Sophie Devine* Smriti Mandhana*
Amelia Kerr* Annabel Sutherland* Kate Cross Laura Wolvaardt* Tash Farrant Katherine Brunt Ellyse Perry* Sophia Dunkley
Megan Schutt* Fran Wilson Deandra Dottin* Jenny Gunn Shabnim Ismail* Mignon du Preez* Sophie Molineux* Anya Shrubsole
Freya Davies Katie George Ema Lamb Linsey Smith Mady Villiers Sarah Glenn Georgia Elwiss Amanda- Jade Wellington*
Sophie Luff Hayley Matthews* Amy Satterthwaite* Alice Davidson-Richards Lauren Winfield-Hill Bryony Smith Kirstie Gordon Tahlia McGrath*
Charlotte Dean Alex Hartley Ellie Threlkeld Hollie Armitage Alice Capsey Kathryn Bryce Issy Wong Maia Bouchier
Danielle Gibson Claire Nicholas Cordelia Griffith Beth Langston Aylish Cranstone Alana King* Eve Jones Lauren Bell
Amara Carr Fi Morris Hannah Jones Katie Levick Danielle Gregory Abbey Freeborn Emily Arlott Carla Rudd
Naomi Dattani Georgia Hennessy Ami Campbell Bess Heath Grace Gibbs Marie Kelly Gwen Davies Georgia Adams
Grace Scrivens Alex Griffiths Georgia Boyce Kalea Moore Emily Windsor Sophie Munro Abtaha Maqsood Tarra Norris
Alice Monaghan Sarah Bryce Phoebe Graham Liz Russell Eva Gray Alexa Stonehouse Ria Fackrell Jo Gardner
Hannah Baker Laura Jackson Lucy Higham Kira Chathli Georgia Davis Phoebe Franklin Paige Scholfield
Lauren Filer Grace Potts Emma Jones Sterre Kalis Freya Kemp
Nicole Harvey Ella McCaughan
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*Overseas players

We shall update the list with the remaining players as and when they are announced.

I am a former cricketer having represented Mumbai University at All India University level. I was a part of MCA probables for the U-19 and U-23 age group. I have been an avid cricket writer for the last five years. Currently I am pursuing my Ph.D from IIT Bombay.

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