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Thursday, October 4, 2018

Three Uncapped Players From England's womens team for Womens T20 World Cup 2018

 Womens t20 World Cup 2018

Britain have included three uncapped players, Kirstie Gordon, Linsey Smith and Sophia Dunkley in a 15-part squad for the Women World T20 to be held in West Indies in November this year. 

"It's dependably an energizing time when any England squad is declared however particularly when there are three newcomers included," said mentor Mark Robinson on Thursday (October 4). "Sophia, Kirstie and Linsey have all had remarkable summers locally and awed when they have been in and around the gathering. Every one of the three will convey something else to the squad. 

"Everybody is anticipating the difficulties ahead and we can hardly wait to get out there and begin." 

Gordon, the left-arm spinner from Nottinghamshire, has grabbed 29 scalps at a normal of 13.24 in T20s this year. She likewise helped Loughborough Lightning achieve the last of Women's Super League this season by sacking 17 wickets at 12.47. The 21-year-old additionally played for Scotland in the Women's World Cup Qualifiers a year ago, taking eight wickets at a normal of 14.75. 

Smith, another left-arm spinner, who speaks to Sussex in local cricket, trapped 11 scalps for Lightning amid this current season's Women's Super League. Her potential initially came into the spotlight amid the 2016 period of Women's Super League when she took eight scalps at only 11.50 for Southern Vipers. 

Dunkley, the Middlesex every rounder, ha incorporated 239 keeps running in T20s this year. She additionally made a fine give out of 66 against the Vipers in the Super League. Dunkley additionally bowls leg-turn. 

In the interim, Heather Knight will again commander the side. Tammy Beaumont from Kent will be one of the backbones of the batting line-up, having scored up 376 keeps running in T20Is this year. Danielle Wyatt, the opener, who has a strike-rate of 162.8 in T20Is in 2018, is additionally a key individual from the side. Natalie Sciver, the Tokyo-conceived every single rounder, ha likewise been in great scratch in T20Is this year with 168 hurries to her name. 

Sophie Ecclestone (12 wickets this year), the left-arm spinner from Lancashire, and Danielle Hazell, the accomplished offspinner, who has 84 T20I scalps will initiate the playing assault. The accomplished trio of Katherine Brunt, Anya Shrubsole and Jenny Gunn will bear the pace-knocking down some pins obligations. 

Britain, be that as it may, will miss the administrations of Sarah Taylor, the prepared wicketkeeper-player, because of a backslide of tension issues. With Taylor not being incorporated into the squad, Amy Jones, the 25-year-old from Warwickshire, will be the fundamental wicketkeeper. She has played 24 T20Is and 29 ODIs for her nation. 

Alex Hartley, Georgia Elwiss and Laura Marsh, who were all piece of England's 50-over World Cup winning side a year ago, haven't been chosen. Katie George, the left-arm pacer, who took a cap trap versus India 'An' in a training amusement this year, additionally passes up a major opportunity. 

Britain has been opened in Group An and will open their battle against Sri Lanka in St Lucia on November 10. 

Squad: Heather Knight (c) Katherine Brunt, Sophia Dunkley, Sophie Eccelstone, Tash Farrant, Kirstie Gordon, Jenny Gunn, Dani Hazell, Amy Jones (wk), Nat Sciver, Linsey Smith, Anya Shrubsole, Lauren Winfield, Danni Wyatt, Tammy Beaumont

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