The players completing each women's squad for The Hundred 2023

The final batch of players for the 2023 Women's Competition have been confirmed

Women's teams have filled their final squad places in the open market ahead of the 2023 edition of The Hundred.

The first stage of squad building for this season was retention, which allowed teams to keep players from last season and ran from the start of December to mid-January.

That was followed by The Player Draft in late March, where teams brought in players in the four highest salary bands (A to D).

Now, the remaining players have been selected and offered contracts from salary bands E to G, filling the squads ahead of all the action from The Hundred this summer.

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Here's the full list of players signed during the open market:

Birmingham Phoenix

Abbey Freeborn - Keeper with a knack for scoring quick runs.

Charis Pavely - All rounder who was part of England's U19 squad for the 2023 T20 World Cup.

Davina Perrin - Was first involved in The Hundred at just 15 years old.

London Spirit

Alice Monaghan - All rounder who can bowl fast and hit big boundaries.

Chloe Hill - Keeper who previously worked as a Primary school PE teacher. 

Richa Ghosh - Indian batter and keeper who was named in the team of tournament at the Women's T20 World Cup.

Lauren Filer - Bowler who made impressive international debut in June 2023.

Manchester Originals

Amara Carr - Keeper who has coaching qualifications and won ECB Young Coach of the Year in 2016.

Ami Campbell - Batter who is also a personal trainer and sports therapist.

Laura Jackson - All rounder who has also played in Australia.

Mahika Gaur - Bowler who made her international debut at just 12 years old.

Northern Superchargers

Georgie Boyce - Batter who has spent time in England's Academy and development sides since 2014. 

Grace Ballinger - Bowler who has a career best of 5/29.

Leah Dobson - Young batter who once smashed an unbeaten 161 off 81 balls in an Under-17s T20 match. Replaces Phoebe Franklin.

Grace Hall - All rounder who is currently studying Journalism at Sheffield Hallam University.

Lucy Higham - All rounder who is also one of the best fielders on the circuit.

Oval Invincibles

Beth Langston - Bowler who cites New Zealand great Daniel Vettori as her hero.

Claudie Cooper - All rounder who was named Surrey's Bowler of the Year in 2022.

Cordelia Griffith - Batter who has a degree in law from Durham University.

Lizzie Scott - Bowler who featured for England at the inaugural U19 T20 World Cup. Replaces Tash Farrant.

Sophia Smale - All rounder who has represented Wales in both cricket and hockey.

Southern Brave

Ellie Anderson - Bowler who took five wickets in a single innings for England at the U19 T20 World Cup.

Kalea Moore - Bowler whose dismissal of Stafanie Taylor was The Hundred's first-ever Play of the Competition.

Mary Taylor - Bowler with a twin sister, Millie, who also plays cricket.

Seren Smale - Batter and keeper who cites Alyssa Healy and Jos Buttler as her cricketing heroes. She played tennis at national level as a junior.

Trent Rockets

Cassidy McCarthy - All rounder who was selected to take part in the ECB School Games in 2019. Replaces Emma Jones.

Fran Wilson - A batter also capable of making some outrageously good catches.

Jo Gardner - All rounder who also loves a round of golf.

Nat Wraith - Keeper who also works as a tennis coach.

Welsh Fire

Ella McCaughan - Batter who opened the batting in domestic cricket at 17 years old.

Emily Windsor - Batter who hit the winning runs for Oval Invincibles in the 2022 final.

Kate Coppack - All rounder who, in 2010, became the first female to represent The King’s School, Chester, in cricket.

Georgia Davis - Bowler and ECB-qualified coach who also loves statistics and commentating on matches.

Full women's and men's squads for 2023