The women’s CPL team drafts local players

Women’s CPL: Women’s Caribbean Premier League Live Update – With the tournament set to begin on August 30, local players have been drafted ahead of the historic first race of the inaugural Women’s Caribbean Premier League. Follow Women’s CPL, live update of Women’s Caribbean Premier League at InsideSport.IN.

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Hailey Mathews will lead the three teams (Barbados RoyalsStephanie Taylor (Guyana Amazon Warriors) And Diendra Dotin (Trinbago Knight Riders)

Women’s CPL: Women’s CPL teams draft local players, hire Diendra Dotin Barbados Royals Hailey Mathews to lead the Trincomalee Knight Riders – see full squads

Matthews and Taylor are among the top 10 Twenty20 all-rounders in the world and one of the most destructive batsmen in the Dotin women’s game.

The teams are made up of a pool of players gathered by Cricket West Indies’ selection committee, and the 33 selected cricketers represent the best talent in the entire region, including a full squad of experienced international and next-generation female players. .

Women’s CPL: Women’s CPL teams draft local players, hire Diendra Dotin Barbados Royals Hailey Mathews to lead the Trincomalee Knight Riders – see full squads

Each team will sign three exciting foreign players which will bring the total squad size to 14 and further strengthen the quality of cricketers in this exciting new event. This foreign signature will be announced next week.

Cricket West Indies president Ricky Skritt said:This inaugural women’s version of the CPL represents a huge step forward for West Indies cricket. I am grateful to CPL and CWI for all that they have done, especially the three pioneering franchises who have volunteered on board.

Jack Lush McCrum, CEO of Barbados Royals and Rajasthan Royals says The Caribbean and especially Barbados is a destination that has always been deeply invested in cricket, and having a team in the region that would serve as a pillar of development for women’s sport in and around the island nation was an exciting opportunity. For us at the Barbados Royals.

Women's CPL: Women's CPL teams draft local players, Diendra Dotin appoints Barbados Royals Haley Mathews as their captain, led by Trinbago Knight Riders - View full squads
The Barbados Royals have appointed Hailey Mathews as their captain

Dr. Bobby Ramroop, owner of Guyana Amazon Warriors, says:We are thrilled to be a part of the inaugural Women’s CPL and we would like to thank CPL and CWI for making this happen. The Guyana Amazon Warriors (GAW) family is excited to take women’s cricket forward in the region and around the world, and we are hopeful that this new format will provide a platform to empower female athletes as well as play an inspiring role. Models for young girls. The dynamic GAW women’s team, led by the impressive Stephanie Taylor, is a welcome and strong addition to the CPL.

Women’s CPL: Women’s CPL teams draft local players, hire Diendra Dotin Barbados Royals Hailey Mathews to lead the Trincomalee Knight Riders – see full squads

Women's CPL: Women's CPL teams draft local players, Diendra Dotin appoints Barbados Royals Haley Mathews as their captain, led by Trinbago Knight Riders - View full squads
Diendra Dotin will lead the Trincomalee Knight Riders

Venky Mysore, director, Trincomalee Knight Riders, said:We are proud to announce our first women’s team under the Knight Riders banner, and look forward to representing the women’s TKR in this year’s Caribbean Premier League Open Women’s T20 Tournament. We have always supported such initiatives the most and are constantly looking to expand the sport around the world and across populations. So we are especially excited to support the launch of the Women’s T20 in the Caribbean and would like to congratulate and thank CWI and CPL for taking the initiative to launch the Women’s Edition this year.

Pete Russell, CEO of Hero CPL, said:Women’s CPL is the next logical step as we grow the brand, and we are very happy that we were able to make it a reality in 2022. We are grateful to CWI, the Barbados Royals, the Guyana Amazon Warriors, and Trincomalee. The Knight Riders work with us in this groundbreaking tournament and we look forward to seeing all these talented players show off their extraordinary skills.

The full squads for the first women’s CPL are as follows:

Barbados Royals Guyana Amazon Warriors Trinbago Knight Riders
Hailey Matthews (C) Stephanie Taylor (c) Diandra Dotin (C)
Shakera Selman (VC) Shemaine Campbell (VC) Anisa Mohammad (VC)
RENIECE BOYCE Rashada Williams Lee Ann Kirby
Mandy Manru Rachel Vincent Kishona Knight
Britney Cooper KAYSIA Schultz KYCIA Knight
Aliyah Aliane Chedian race Natasha McLean
Saturn Bruce Cherry-on-Fraser Seneta Grimond
AFY Fletcher Shamilia Connell Kanisha Isaac
Kiana Joseph Karisma Ramharak Janilia Glasgow
Jafina Joseph Shabika Ghaznabi Steffi Sogrim
Chanel Henry Zaida James Shaonisha Hector

Women’s CPL: Women’s CPL teams draft local players, Trinbago Knight Riders-led Diendra Dotin Barbados appoints Royals Hailey Mathews as their captain – see full squads

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