Women’s CPL teams draft local players

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Women’s CPL: Women’s Caribbean Premier League Live Updates – The local players have been drafted ahead of the historic first running of the inaugural Women’s Caribbean Premier League with the tournament set to get underway on 30 August. Follow Women’s CPL, Women’s Caribbean Premier League live updates on InsideSport.IN.

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The three teams will be captained by Hayley Matthews (Barbados Royals), Stafanie Taylor (Guyana Amazon Warriors) and Deandra Dottin (Trinbago Knight Riders).

Women’s CPL: Women’s CPL teams draft local players, Deandra Dottin to LEAD Trinbago Knight Riders as Barbados Royals appoint Hayley Matthews as their skipper – Check Full Squads

With Matthews and Taylor rated in the top 10 T20 all-rounders in the world and Dottin one of the most destructive batters in the women’s game, all three players have shown their quality for the West Indies and in domestic competitions around the globe.

The teams have been drafted from a pool of players that was put together by Cricket West Indies’ selection committee and the 33 cricketers picked represent the best talent from across the region with the squads full of experienced internationals as well as the next generation of female players.

Women’s CPL: Women’s CPL teams draft local players, Deandra Dottin to LEAD Trinbago Knight Riders as Barbados Royals appoint Hayley Matthews as their skipper – Check Full Squads

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Each team will also sign three exciting overseas players bringing the total squad size to 14 and further bolstering the quality of cricketers on show in this exciting new event. These overseas signings will be announced in the coming weeks.

Ricky Skerritt, Cricket West Indies President, said: “This inaugural Women’s version of the CPL represents a huge upward step for West Indies cricket. I am grateful to all those in CPL and CWI who made it happen, especially the three pioneering franchises who have so willingly got on board.

Jake Lush McCrum, CEO, Barbados Royals and Rajasthan Royals, said The Caribbean and particularly Barbados is a destination which has always been so deeply invested in cricket, and to have a team in the region which will serve as a pillar of growth for the women’s game in and around the island nation, was such an exciting opportunity for us at the Barbados Royals.

Barbados Royals have appointed Hayley Matthews as their captain

Dr. Bobby Ramroop, owner of the Guyana Amazon Warriors, said, “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 be at the forefront of advancing Women’s cricket, both in the region and worldwide, and we are hopeful that this newest format will provide a platform for empowering female athletes, as well as highlighting inspiring role models for young girls. The dynamic GAW Women’s team, led by the impressive Stafanie Taylor, is a welcome and powerful addition to the CPL.

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Women’s CPL: Women’s CPL teams draft local players, Deandra Dottin to LEAD Trinbago Knight Riders as Barbados Royals appoint Hayley Matthews as their skipper – Check Full Squads

Women's CPL: Women's CPL teams draft local players, Deandra Dottin to LEAD Trinbago Knight Riders as Barbados Royals appoint Hayley Matthews as their skipper - Check Full Squads
Deandra Dottin will lead Trinbago Knight Riders

Venky Mysore, Director, Trinbago Knight Riders, said, “We are proud to announce our first women’s team under the Knight Riders banner, and are eagerly looking forward to watching the ladies represent TKR in the inaugural Women’s T20 competition in this year’s Caribbean Premier League. We are always most supportive of such initiatives and are on a continuous lookout to expand the sport across the globe and across demographics. We are therefore particularly thrilled to support the launch of 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 editions this year.

Pete Russell, Hero CPL’s CEO, said: “A Women’s CPL is the next logical step as we grow the brand, and we are very pleased that we have been able to make this a reality in 2022. We are grateful to the CWI, the Barbados Royals, the Guyana Amazon Warriors and the Trinbago Knight Riders for working with us on this groundbreaking tournament and we look forward to showcasing the tremendous skills of all  these talented players.

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The full teams for the first Women’s CPL are as follows:

BARBADOS ROYALS GUYANA AMAZON WARRIORS TRINBAGO KNIGHT RIDERS
HAYLEY MATTHEWS (c) STAFANIE TAYLOR (c) DEANDRA DOTTIN (c)
SHAKERA SELMAN (vc) SHEMAINE CAMPBELLE (vc) ANISA MOHAMMED (vc)
RENIECE BOYCE RASHADA WILLIAMS LEE ANN KIRBY
MANDY MANGRU RACHAEL VINCENT KYSHONA KNIGHT
BRITNEY COOPER KAYSIA SCHULTZ KYCIA KNIGHT
AALIYAH ALLEYNE CHEDEAN NATION NATASHA MCLEAN
SHANIKA BRUCE CHERRY-ANN FRASER SHENETA GRIMMOND
AFY FLETCHER SHAMILIA CONNELL CANEISHA ISAAC
QIANA JOSEPH KARISHMA RAMHARACK JANNILLEA GLASGOW
JAPHINA JOSEPH SHABIKA GAJNABI STEFFIE SOOGRIM
CHINELLE HENRY ZAIDA JAMES SHAWNISHA HECTOR

Women’s CPL: Women’s CPL teams draft local players, Deandra Dottin to LEAD Trinbago Knight Riders as Barbados Royals appoint Hayley Matthews as their skipper – Check Full Squads

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