Country-Wise Overseas Participants in Women’s Hundred 2022

The all-new 100-ball tournament, The Hundred last summer had its first edition get underway which turned out to be a very successful launch by the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB). The success of the tournament wasn’t just to do with numbers be it of the viewership or the money coming in, but in a wider sense with the growth of women’s cricket. The tournament’s 2nd edition is all set to get underway tomorrow with the clash between Oval Invincibles vs Northern Superchargers.


Country-Wise Participants in Women's Hundred 2022
Country-Wise Participants in Women’s Hundred 2022


Let us take a look at all the overseas players that will be seen in the 2nd edition of Women’s Hundred 2022 categorized by their nationalities.


Australians having missed the inaugural edition of the Hundred are now all set to get a taste of the 100-ball-tournament first hand. It’s a long list of players from Australia which see, Sophie Molineux, Ellyse Perry, Beth Mooney, Megan Schutt, Heather Graham, Alyssa Healy, Tahlia McGrath, Molly Strano, Amanda-Jade Wellington, Alana King, Annabel Sutherland, Elyse Villani, Nicola Carey and Rachael Haynes. (Meg Lanning too was on the list, but with an indefinite break away from the game, she’s extended the wait for fans of witnessing her in the Hundred).

New Zealand

The White Ferns after a super impressive campaign at the Commonwealth Games are now aiming to leave a stronger mark at the Hundred. Sophie Devine, Amelia Kerr, Jess Kerr, Amy Satterthwaite, Lea Tahuhu and Suzie Bates are the Ferns at the 100-ball.

South Africa

South Africa have issued a no-objection certificate (NOC) to Laura Wolvaardt, Shabnim Ismail and Mignon du Preez. Lizelle Lee having retired from international cricket is also on the list of South Africans featuring in the Hundred. (Dane van Niekerk was also part of team but will be missing out due to injury and personal reasons). Marizanne Kapp will be back to playing The Hundred this year.

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Silver medalist, India surprisingly have got only 3 names who’ll be featuring at the Hundred in all-rounder, Deepti Sharma and top fabric batters in Jemimah Rodrigues and Smriti Mandhana. The count of Indian players at the Hundred last year was 5, but it is down to 3 for this year’s edition.


Scottish players hold their count of 3 players for the upcoming edition of the Hundred in captain Kathryn Bryce, wicketkeeper Sarah Bryce and bowler Abtaha Maqsood. Sisters, Kathryn Bryce and Sarah Bryce in July featuring in the Lighting XI at the Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy had outings to remember as Kathryn struck a 109* against Thunder and Sarah has ensured consistent runs for the side with scores of 33 and 49 to her name. Leg break bowler, Abtaha Maqsood featuring for Sunrisers has had decent outings throughout the Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy season.

West Indies

A couple of players from the West Indies will be featuring at the tournament in Deandra Dottin and Hayley Matthews. The two featured in the Barbados XI who were the representing side of the West Indies at the Commonwealth Games. Both players haven’t had any good or consistent form of late, but the 100-ball-tournament is one that the two will enjoy and could well return to form playing in the tournament.


22-year-old, Sterre Kallis continues to have a home at the Hundred club. Sterre Kallis in July featuring for Diamonds scored consistent runs of 35* and 49 in the few games she featured at the Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy.

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United Arab Emirates (UAE)

16-year-old, Mahika Gaur had made it to the Hundred and is in contention for a debut. The left-arm seamer at the ICC Under-19 Women’s T20 World Cup Asia Qualifier where she finished the tournament with 11 wickets in 5 matches and was the 2nd highest wicket-taker. She’d bagged a hat-trick v Malaysia and a fifer v Nepal registering figures 5-2 in the same tournament.

United States of America (USA)

Tara Norris, the pace all-rounder has clubs changed but holds a home at the Hundred. Playing for Vipers in the Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy she didn’t fail to deliver both with bat and ball. Handy contributions of 21 and 19 and figures of 2/28 and 3/35 see her come into the 100-ball tournament on the back of bankable performances.

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