Teams have announced their retained players for the 2023 competition!
Want to know who's retained who? Well, this is the place to be!
The Hundred Deadline Day has passed, meaning retained players are locked in.
Did your team keep your favourite players? Keep reading to find out!
And once you've checked who's staying where, surely you'll want to know how the remaining players are selected?! We've a handy guide for that for both the Women's Competition - spoiler: there's a Player Draft! - and the Men's Competition.
Oh, and before you get reading, 113 players have been retained across both the Men's and Women's competitions, meaning that 135 spots remain to be filled at The Hundred Draft, powered by Sage. We can't wait! P.S. Make sure you sign up so you can access tickets!
Ellyse Perry scored the most runs for the Phoenix Women's team in 2022 (134), and she's back! Also joining Perry is the ever-reliable Amy Jones.
We've seen some absolutely massive sixes from Liam Livingstone at The Hundred so far, and we'll be hoping for more this summer. He's retained by the Birmingham Phoenix! England star and Phoenix captain Moeen Ali will also be back in 2023. Will Smeed, who scored the first ever hundred in the competition, has been retained.
For the full list of players heading back to Edgbaston later this year, head here!
How good was Amelia Kerr in 2022? With nine wickets and over 100 runs, it's no surprise that she'll be heading back to Lord's later this year.
Australian all-rounder Glenn Maxwell lit up London in 2022 - we just wish we'd seen more of him in action. Well, luckily for us, he's retained by London Spirit for 2023!
Take a look at every player who's been retained by London Spirit by clicking here.
Finishing joint-top of the Men's wicket-taking charts in 2022, Paul Walter was a joy to watch. He'll be returning this summer after being retained by the Originals. Phil Salt, who smashed 15 sixes last year, has also been signed up to return to Emirates Old Trafford!
Much like Salt, there was a batter on the Originals Women's team who loved sending the ball over the rope in 2022. Deandra Dottin, or World Boss, by her nickname, will be back in Manchester later this year.
Want to know every player who's been re-signed by the Originals? Check the list out now!
Did you enjoy watching Alyssa Healy bat in 2022? We know we certainly did! The Australian international will be joining back up with her Superchargers team mates in 2023.
The superstars returning to Headingley dont't stop there with Ben Stokes staying in purple! He's alongside Harry Brook, who will be sure to light up the stadium with Adil Rashid back and ready to lead the charge too!
Find out all of the players retained by Northern Superchargers on Deadline Day, by clicking here.
Winners for the second time in a row in the Women's Competition, the Oval Invincibles have retained some key players. Alice Capsey & Marizanne Kapp will both be doing what they do best at The Kia Oval later on this year.
Sunil Narine was a name we always looked out for when batting or bowling, so there's no better sight than seeing his name on the Oval Invinvibles retained list for 2023! Sam Curran, who played a true all-round role for his side last summer, will also be back this year.
The full list of players who have been retained by the back-to-back Women's Champions can be found here!
With a wealth of stars in their squad, Southern Brave were ones to watch out for when retaining their players. Lauren Bell has gone from strength to strength since The Hundred 2021, and she'll be back at The Ageas Bowl with ball in hand in 2023.
James Vince, was of the most consistent batters around, is also returning to the crease this summer. The frighteningly quick trio of Jofra Archer, Chris Jordan and Tymal Mills have all been secured by the Brave!
Visit this article to discover all of the players who have been retained by Southern Brave for 2023.
When we say international superstar, who do you think of? For us, it has to be Rashid Khan! He's just pure entertainment and we're looking forward to seeing him spin his way to more wickets in 2023.
Trent Rockets Women came so close to reaching The Hundred Final last year, and that was partly thanks to the batting efforts of Nat Sciver-Brunt. We'll be seeing more fireworks from her, as she's been retained and will be heading back to Trent Bridge.
Click here to see every player retained by the 2022 Men's Champions!
We won't make you wait long for this name... Jonny Bairstow returns to Welsh Fire for 2023! He joins 2022 team-mates Ollie Pope and David Payne as they return to Sophia Gardens.
The Welsh Fire recruited Tammy Beaumont in 2022, who impressed at Sophia Gardens. Beaumont will be bringing her batting and keeping prowess back to Wales in the Summer!
To see every player retained by Welsh Fire, head here.