Saturday, February 4, 2023

NZC: Under-19 Women’s National Tournament 2022-23 set to begin

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The next generation of emerging female talent will have the opportunity to push for a spot at the first-ever ICC Under-19 Women’s Cricket World Cup when they assemble this weekend for the annual Women’s National Under-19 Tournament hosted by NZC.

A 15-strong squad from each of the six Major Associations will compete in seven matches at Lincoln University grounds, each match serving as an exciting opportunity for young female players to advance their skills and play against the best in their age group from around the country.

With the ICC’s introduction of an Under-19 Cricket World Cup for women, NZC decided to adapt this national tournament three seasons ago from under-21 to under-19 in order to offer opportunities and preparation for the younger age group looking to compete on the world stage.

 New Zealand will send a squad to South Africa in January 2023 to participate in the first-ever ICC Under-19 Women’s T20 World Cup. 

Central Districts won the tournament in the 21-22 season, to keep up to date with this year’s results you can follow live scoring at scoring.nzc.nz. All matches played at Bert Sutcliffe Oval will be live-streamed on the NZC YouTube channel.

Squads:

 Auckland Northern Districts 
1Olivia Anderson1Dayle Anderson 
2Elizabeth Buchanan2Elle Archer 
3Kate Craig3Amy Brown 
4Caitlin Hakeagatoa4Catherine Hardie 
5Emma Irwin5Amelia Harvey 
6Kate Irwin6Brittany Jenkins 
7Brooke James7Aria Mischewski 
8Rishika Jaswal8Jorja Neill 
9Holly Lightbourne9Megan Pearson 
10Jess Smith10Ananya Sharma 
11Anika Tauwhare11Miah Smith 
12Anika Todd12Tash Wakelin 
13Leah Watton13Eve Wolland 
14Arlene Kelly (coach)14Sam Owen (coach) 
15Rob Nicol (coach)15Brett Sorenson (Coach) 
      
 Wellington Canterbury Otago
1Anya Birmingham1Harriet Graham 1Chloe Deerness
2Rachel Bryant2Abigail Hotton 2Abby Fooks
3Katherine Chandler3Joey Hull 3Katelyn Walton
4Ava Conroy4Boadicea Lynch 4Louisa Kotkamp
5Hannah Francis5Maggie Martin 5Molly Mason Galletly
6Dhriti Girish6Niamh McKenzie 6Georgie McEwan
7Antonia Hamilton7Eliza McIntosh7Zarah Moana
8Ashleigh Henderson8Abby McKissock 8Beth O’Connor
9Bree James9Aine Molony 9Hannah O’Connor
10Isla McKenzie10Darcy Rose Prasad 10Isabel Parry
11Esme Olney-Boyd11Izzy Sharp 11Caitlin Scherp
12Neharika Ramanathan12Estella Wallace 12Sorcha Wilkinson
13Hannah Ryan13Hannah Wallace13Hannah Wilson
14Duncan Murray (coach)14Rachel Candy (coach)14Emma Campbell (coach)
15Sarah Loughnane (coach)15Katie Midwood (coach)15Matt Parry (coach)

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