Charlotte Edwards Cup 2022: Everything you need to know about the squads

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Charlotte Edwards Cup 2022: Everything you need to know about the squads

South East Stars won CE Cup 2021 © Getty Images

crowned as the champions beating Northern Diamonds in the final.



The second edition of the tournament is all set to start on May 14 in the same format with teams being divided into two groups. The groups are tweaked a little bit this time with Central Sparks, South East Stars, Sunrisers, Western Storm listed in Group A and Lightning, Northern Diamonds, Thunder, Southern Vipers in the Group B.



All the teams will play each other in home and away fixtures and the best group winner will directly progress to the final that will be played on the Finals Day on June 11 in Northampton.  The semi-final will be first played on the same day between the other group winner and the best second-placed side and the winner of this match will progress to the final.



As the teams prepare to take part in the action, Women’s CricZone takes a look at all the eight teams.



Central Sparks



Regions: Warwickshire, Worcestershire, Herefordshire, Shropshire, Staffordshire



Charlotte Edwards Cup 2021: Third in Group A



England internationals: Sarah Glenn, Amy Jones



Top Performers in CE Cup 2021: Evelyn Jones – 276 runs; Georgia Davis – 8 wickets



Squad: Evelyn Jones (c), Emily Arlott, Hannah Baker, Clare Boycott, Thea Brookes, Stephanie Butler, Ami Campbell, Gerogia Davis, Gwenan Davies, Poppy Davies, Ria Fackrell, Abigail Freeborn, Sarah Glenn, Milly Home, Amy Jones, Anisha Patel, Davina Perrin, Grace Potts, Elizabeth Russell, Issy Wong



publive-image Central Sparks squad © Women's CricZone



South East Stars



Regions: Surrey, Kent



Charlotte Edwards Cup 2021: Champions



England internationals: Freya Davies, Sophia Dunkley, Natasha Farrant



Top Performers in CE Cup 2021: Alice Capsey – 203 runs; Bryony Smith – 14 wickets



Squad: Bryony Smith (c), Chloe Brewer, Alice Capsey, Kira Chathli, Claudie Cooper, Aylish Cranstone, Alice Davidson-Richards, Freya Davies, Sophia Dunkley, Natasha Farrant, Phoebe Franklin, Grace Gibbs, Eva Gray, Danielle Gregory, Emma Jones, Ryana Macdonald-Gay, Kalea Moore, Rhianna Southby, Alexa Stonehouse, Kirstie White



publive-image South East Stars squad © Women's CricZone



Sunrisers





Regions: Middlesex, Essex, Northamptonshire, Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Hertfordshire, Huntingdonshire, Norfolk, Suffolk



Charlotte Edwards Cup 2021: Fourth in Group B



England internationals: Mady Villiers



Top Performers in CE Cup 2021: Cordelia Griffith – 129 runs; Grace Scrivens – 5 wickets



Squad: Kelly Castle (c), Naomi Dattani, Mia Rogers, Gayatri Gole, Cordelia Griffith, Abtaha Maqsood, Katherine Speed, Sonali Patel, Grace Scrivens, Joanne Gardner, Alice Macleod, Kate Coppack, Amara Carr, Mady Villiers, Florence Miller, Scarlett Hughes, Jodi Grewcock



publive-image Sunrisers squad © Women's CricZone



Western Storm





Regions: Glamorgan, Gloucestershire, Somerset, Cricket Wales, Cornwall, Devon, Wiltshire



Charlotte Edwards Cup 2021: Second in Group B



England internationals: Heather Knight, Katie George



Top Performers in CE Cup 2021: Sophie Luff – 127 runs; Nicole Harvey – 12 wickets



Squad: Sophie Luff (c), Fran Wilson, , Heather Knight, Lauren Filer, Fi Morris, Claire Nicholas, Lauren Parfitt, Mollie Robbins, Sophia Smale, Natasha Wraith, Beth Gammon, Katie George, Danielle Gibson, Georgia Hennessey, Alex Griffiths, Nicole Harvey, Niam Holland



publive-image Western Storm squad © Women's CricZone



ALSO READ: We're very much a developing side: Sophie Luff reflects on Western Storm's CE Cup campaign



Lightning



Regions: Loughborough University, Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire



Charlotte Edwards Cup 2021: Fourth in Group A



England internationals: Tammy Beaumont



Top Performers in CE Cup 2021: Abigail Freeborn – 161 runs; Sonia Odedra – 6 wickets



Squad: Kathryn Bryce (c), Kirstie Gordon, Grace Ballinger, Tammy Beaumont, Sarah Bryce, Ella Claridge, Piepa Cleary, Bethan Ellis, Josie Groves, Teresa Graves, Lucy Higham, Beth Harmer, Marie Kelly, Sophie Munro, Michaela Kirk, Katie Midwood, Lenny Sims, Alicia Presland



CE Cup Lightning squad © Women's CricZone



Northern Diamonds





Regions: Yorkshire, Durham, Northumberland



Charlotte Edwards Cup 2021: Runners-up



England internationals: Katherine Brunt, Natalie Sciver, Lauren Winfield-Hill



Top Performers in CE Cup 2021: Hollie Armitage – 141 runs; Jenny Gunn – 13 wickets



Squad: Hollie Armitage (c), Katherine Brunt, Abi Glen, Leah Dobson, Jenny Gunn, Bess Heath, Rachel Hopkins, Sterre Kalis, Beth Langston, Katie Levick, Emma Marlow, Natalie Sciver, Rachel Slater, Linsey Smith, Phoebe Turner, Lauren Winfield-Hill, Leigh Kasperek, Yvonne Graves



CE Cup Northern Diamonds squad © Women's CricZone



Thunder





Regions: Lancashire, Cheshire, Cumbria



Charlotte Edwards Cup 2021: Third in Group B



England internationals: Kate Cross, Sophie Ecclestone



Top Performers in CE Cup 2021: Emma Lamb – 218 runs; Emma Lamb – 9 wickets



Squad: Ellie Threlkeld (c), Georgie Boyce, Natalie Brown, Alice Clarke, Danielle Collins, Kate Cross, Rebecca Duckworth, Alice Dyson, Sophie Ecclestone, Phoebe Graham, Alex Hartley, Liberty Heap, Laura Jackson, Hannah Jones, Emma Lamb, Laura Marshall, Daisy Mullan, Shachi Pai, Seren Smale, Sophia Turner



CE Cup Thunder squad © Women's CricZone



Southern Vipers





Regions: Hampshire, Sussex, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Dorset, Isle of Wight, Oxfordshire



Charlotte Edwards Cup 2021: Semi-finalists



England internationals: Georgia Elwiss, Danielle Wyatt



Top Performers in CE Cup 2021: Georgia Adams – 215 runs; Tara Norris – 13 wickets



Squad: Georgia Adams (c), Lauren Bell, Maia Bouchier, Charlie Dean, Georgia Elwiss, Nancy Harman, Chloe Hill, Freya Kemp, Ella McCaughan, Alice Monaghan, Tara Norris, Carla Rudd, Paige Scholfield, Anya Shrubsole, Charlotte Taylor, Emily Windsor, Danielle Wyatt



publive-image Southern Vipers squad © Women's CricZone
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