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Barmy Army Team confirmed for the FairBreak Invitational 2023!
In April 2023, Hong Kong will host the second showpiece event in a global movement to promote equality for all. From the 3rd to the 16th April 2023, watch all games live from the iconic Kowloon Cricket Club.
The Barmy Army is proud to have played a major part in the launch of FairBreak Global in 2022 and to see the impact that the initiative has already had on women’s cricket. As we look forward to sponsoring our own team in 2023, we're delighted to continue growing women’s cricket globally.
After falling just short last year, the Barmy Army team is hopeful that they will be able to claim the trophy this time around!
The Fairbreak Invitational 2023 will be made up of six teams, featuring the biggest names in women’s cricket from all over the world. Listed below are the squads heading into the event:
The Barmy Army squad is as follows: Lauren Winfield Hill (England)(c), Laura Wolvaardt (South Africa), Deandra Dottin (West Indies), Kavisha Egodage (UAE), Shemaine Campbelle (West Indies), Fatima Sana (Pakistan), Rumana Ahmed (Bangladesh), Tara Norris (USA), Roberta Avery (Brazil), Rubina Avery (Brazil).
The Spirit squad is as follows: Nicola Carey (Australia)(c), Bismah Maroof (Pakistan), Sophia Dunkley (England), Ayabonga Khaka (South Africa), Yasmin Daswani (Hong Kong), Shizuka Miyaji (Japan), Sarah Bryce (Scotland), Natthankan Chantam (Thailand), Nattaya Boochantham (Thailand), Gargi Bhogle (USA), Mahika Gaur (UAE), Kerry Tomlinson (New Zealand), Betty Chan (Hong Kong), Nensi Patel (New Zealand).
The Warriors squad is as follows: Sindhu Sriharsha (USA)(c), Hayley Matthews (West Indies), Nat Sciver-Brunt (England) Mignon Du Preez (South Africa), Shamilia Connell (West Indies), Kathryn Bryce (Scotland), Esha Oza (UAE), Tanya Ruma (PNG), Yasmeen Khan (Namibia), Shanzeen Shahzad (Hong Kong), Mariana Martinez (Argentina), Phoebe Litchfield (Argentina), Alison Sui (Hong Kong), Ellie Johnston (Australia).
The Sapphires squad is as follows: Sana Mir (Pakistan)(c), Katherine Sciver-Brunt (England), Kary Chan (Hong Kong) Shabnim Ismail (South Africa), Erin Burns (Australia), Geetika Kodali (USA), Maryam Omar (Kuwait), Gaby Lewis (Ireland), Babette De Leede (Netherlands), Katie Mack (Australia), Aditi Chudasama (USA), Jivana Aras (USA), Natasha Farrant (England), Pull To (Hong Kong).
The Falcons squad is as follows: Suzie Bates (New Zealand)(c), Chamari Athapaththu (Sri Lanka), Jahanara Alam (Bangladesh) Marizanne Kapp (South Africa), Mariko Hill (Hong Kong), Anju Gurung (Bhutan), Gunjan Shukla (Sweden), Danni Wyatt (England), Sornnarin Tippoch (Thailand), Kaia Arua Boe (PNG), Nannapat Koncharoenkai (Thailand), Christina Gough (Germany), Marina Lamplough (Hong Kong), Theertha Satish (UAE).
The Tornadoes squad is as follows: Stafanie Taylor (West Indies)(c), Sune' Luus (South Africa), Dane van Niekerk (South Africa) Sterre Kalis (Netherlands), Diana Baig (Pakistan), Sita Rana Magar (Nepal), Winifred Duraisingam (Malaysia), Aliya Riaz (Pakistan), Andrea-Mae Zepeda (Austria), Ariana Dowse (England), Chanida Sutthiruang (Thailand), Mary-Anne Musonda (Zimbabwe), Natasha Miles (Hong Kong), Maryam Bibi (Hong Kong).
*Indian players participating in the event will be announced later.
As a global platform promoting gender equality, FairBreak is providing unique long-term partnership opportunities. The two-week FairBreak Invitational 2023 and accompanying events present a perfect opportunity to get involved. For more information please contact email@example.com.
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