Katie is a left-arm seam bowler and right-hand batsman who models her game on cricketing hero Mitchell Johnson.
She also plays club cricket for local side Old Tauntonians and Romsey Cricket Club.
Natasha is a right-handed batsman and returns as captain of this year’s Hampshire Women’s side.
Having led her team to the Division Three title last season, Natasha is aiming to shine once again in her role within the 2016 squad.
Chloe is a left-arm seam bowler who joins the squad for the first time for the 2016 season.
She regards her consistency as a key strength and hopes to contribute significantly to the team with valuable wickets this season.
Naomi is a wicket-keeper batsman who models her game on England Women’s wicket-keeper Sarah Taylor.
She is known for her smart glove-work behind the stumps and is excited by the challenge of playing in Division Two.
Rachel is a right-arm seam bowler and returns to the squad for 2016 after missing last season through injury.
The seamer is known for her wicket-taking ability in her role as opening bowler and is hoping to be competitive in this year’s second division.
Sian is a right-hand opening batsman who joins the squad for the first time this season.
She is hoping to contribute at the top of the order, similar to her cricketing hero, Andrew Strauss.
Providence is a right-arm leg-spin bowler who models her game on former Australia and Hampshire captain Shane Warne.
She is looking forward to the challenge that this season will bring and is confident the side can hold their own against some of England’s best female athletes.
Clover is a right-arm seam bowler and right-hand batsman and joins Hampshire to begin the 2016 campaign.
The all-rounder is already enjoying the camaraderie around the squad and is hopeful this season will be successful in her opening campaign.
Alice is a right-arm seam bowler and right-hand batsman and is the latest addition to the Hampshire Women’s squad having featured prominently as part of the U17’s girls’ side last season.
She hopes to learn a lot from her new team mates and is welcoming the experience of playing at a high level.
Becky is a right-arm seam bowler who was an important component to last year’s Division Three triumph in her role as opening bowler.
She features once again for the side in 2016 and is looking to put her hard winter training into practice this season.
Charlotte is a right-arm off-spin bowler and right-hand batsman who models her technique on England Women’s star wicket-keeper batsman Sarah Taylor.
The all-rounder also represents local club side, Hursley Park Cricket Club.
Ellie is a right-arm seam bowler and models her game on experienced England paceman James Anderson.
She is looking forward to playing in such a cohesive set-up during this year’s competition.
Emily is a right-arm seamer and top-order batsman who prides herself on both her batting and bowling ability.
The all-rounder was an important factor in last year’s final Championship winning fixture after hitting a century and also taking six wickets, and would like to carry her success into the 2016 campaign.