Jemimah Rodrigues returns to The Hundred

Rodrigues is one of 12 replacements across The Hundred ahead of the 2023 competition.

Jemimah Rodrigues will be back at Northern Superchargers for the third year of The Hundred as she returns to replace the injured Heather Graham.

The 22-year-old Indian star, who was second top-scorer in the first year of the competition, is one of a number of replacements and temporary replacements required through injury and international commitments.

Rodrigues said: “I’m so excited to be back in The Hundred. It’s a world class competition and I’ve had so much fun taking part in it previously. I was very disappointed to have to withdraw last year through injury so it’s great to be back. Headingley is a brilliant ground to play at, with great fans, and I can’t wait to be back out there.”

Jemimah Rodrigues ALL BOUNDARIES

Jemimah Rodrigues ALL BOUNDARIES

Australian captain Alyssa Healy has been ruled out with a broken finger, replaced by compatriot Phoebe Litchfield, while Afghanistan’s Rashid Khan will be replaced by New Zealand’s Ish Sodhi when he returns to fulfil international commitments.

Here is the full list of replacements ahead of this year's competition:

Birmingham Phoenix
  • Tanveer Sangha replaces Shadab Khan, from 14 August onwards
London Spirit
  • Dan Worrall replaces Olly Stone
Manchester Originals
  • Ben Raine replaces Fred Klaassen
  • Zaman Khan replaces Josh Little, from 16 August onwards. Josh Little will return for the Eliminator and Final.
Northern Superchargers
  • Jemimah Rodrigues replaces Heather Graham
  • Phoebe Litchfield replaces Alyssa Healy
Oval Invincibles
  • Jimmy Neesham replaces Heinrich Klaassen, from 20 August onwards
  • Hannah Rainey replaces Beth Langston
Southern Brave
  • Mitchell Santner replaces Tim David, from 20 August onwards
Trent Rockets
  • Ish Sodhi replaces Rashid Khan, from 10 August onwards
Welsh Fire
  • Ben Green replaces Ollie Pope
  • Chloe Skelton replaces Georgia Davis