Capsey named in England’s Girls’s T20 World Cup squad

England have introduced their 15-member squad for the ICC Girls’s T20 World Cup 2023 in South Africa.

Alice Capsey has been named within the 15-member squad that may journey to South Africa for the ICC Girls’s T20 World Cup. Nevertheless, Head Coach Jon Lewis has prompt that she is but to completely get better from the damaged collarbone sustained throughout the tour of the West Indies in December 2022.

Talking on her health, Lewis mentioned, “We hope Alice is match sufficient, she’s labored extremely exhausting alongside the medical employees to get so far and we’ll give her each probability, however as we noticed within the Caribbean the depth of expertise and talent within the squad is rising quick, and successful tournaments is about everybody collectively embracing the second and having fun with the journey.”

England have stored religion of their present crop of gamers and retained a majority of the T20I squad that whitewashed West Indies 5-0. Aside from Capsey, Kate Cross is the opposite addition to the squad. Issy Wong and Dani Gibson will journey with the squad as reserves.

Heather Knight is ready to steer the group for the third T20 World Cup in a row. England are positioned in Group B alongside India, Eire, Pakistan and West Indies.

To get within the groove for the marquee occasion, England are set to play New Zealand in three warm-up matches earlier than the official ICC warm-up video games start.

Squad: Heather Knight (c), Lauren Bell, Maia Bouchier, Katherine Brunt, Alice Capsey, Kate Cross, Freya Davies, Charlie Dean, Sophia Dunkley, Sophie Ecclestone, Sarah Glenn, Amy Jones, Nat Sciver, Lauren Winfield-Hill, Danni Wyatt.

Travelling Reserves: Issy Wong, Dani Gibson. 

Talking on the squad, Lewis added, “It’s all the time thrilling to call a World Cup squad, and there’s quite a lot of expertise on this group.

“We noticed numerous good issues within the West Indies, numerous progress round shifting our mindset as a group, and I’m excited to see how we take that into the problem of a world match.”

“It’s an honour for me to steer a group right into a World Cup and I do know that we’ll be giving it every part we have now acquired, not solely to indicate everybody who we’re as a group and the way we wish to play, but in addition to maintain inspiring folks to play the sport all of us love a lot.”


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