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Suzie Bates

Suzie Bates

All-Rounder
Squad Number: 11
DOB: 16.09.87
Player Style: Right Hand Bat, Right Arm Bowler
Debut: July 2016 v Surrey Stars
Best Performance: 119* v Loughborough Lightning (August, 2017)
New Zealand International Suzie Bates offers expertise with both the bat and ball for the Southern Vipers. Her significant contributions to the Vipers recognised her as Southern Vipers Player of the Year for both the 2016 & 2017 seasons.

Scoring over 9,000 runs in her limited-overs career at an impressive average of 45.37, Suzie also captains New Zealand in the shorter formats and scored the first ever Kia Super League century.
Tammy Beaumont

Tammy Beaumont

Batter
Squad Number: 12
DOB: 11.03.91
Player Style: Right Hand Bat, Right Arm Bowler
Debut: July 2018 v Surrey Stars
Best Performance: 62* v Surrey Stars (July 2018)
England’s world cup hero, Tammy Beaumont was awarded player of the tournament in the 2017 World Cup where she smashed 410 runs to top the list of run-getters. Beaumont made her debut for the national side at the mere age of 18, replacing Sarah Taylor for England’s tour of the West Indies, and although she has dropped the gloves to concentrate on batting, she remains one of the best female players in the game today.
Lauren Bell

Lauren Bell

Bowler
Squad Number: 14
DOB: 02.01.01
Player Style: Right Hand Bat, Right Arm Bowler
Charlie Dean

Charlie Dean

All-Rounder
Squad Number: 3
DOB: 22.12.00
Player Style: Right Hand Bat, Right Arm Bowler
Debut: August 2017 v Lancashire Thunder
Best Performance: 1-20 v Lancashire Thunder (August, 2017)
All-rounder Charlie Dean became the first player born in the 21st century to play for the Southern Vipers in her first season with the team in 2017.

The teenager plays for Hampshire Women and currently trains with the England Women Academy. She has already scored 308 runs in ten matches, whilst taking 14 wickets for Hampshire in the Royal London Women's One-Day Cup throughout the past two seasons.
Tash Farrant

Tash Farrant

Bowler
Squad Number: 53
DOB: 29.05.96
Player Style: Left Hand Bat; Left Arm Bowler
Debut: July 2016 v Surrey Stars
Best Performance: 2-10 v Western Storm (August, 2017)
Tash Farrant brings international experience to the Southern Vipers bowling attack after joining before the 2016 season. The left-arm seamer has taken over 50 wickets in the limited overs format at an average of just 17.92, which included impressive figures of 6-16 for Kent Women against Staffordshire Women in May 2016. Farrant is a key opening bowler that can swing the ball, which has seen her claim 11 wickets for the Vipers in her Kia Super League career.
Fi Morris

Fi Morris

All-Rounder
Squad Number: 88
DOB: 31.01.94
Player Style: Right Hand Bat, Right Arm Bowler
Debut: July 2018 v Surrey Stars
Best Performance: 4-22 v Surrey Stars (July 2018)
Carla Rudd

Carla Rudd

Wicket-Keeper
Squad Number: 59
DOB: 30.12.93
Player Style: Right Hand Bat
Debut: July 2016 v Surrey Stars
Best Performance: 0* vs Surrey Stars (July, 2016)
Carla Rudd joined the Vipers ahead of the inaugural Kia Super League in 2016. The wicket-keeper batsman but is useful in the middle-order, scoring more than 500 runs in her limited overs career, which included her highest score of 79 for Berkshire against Sussex. Rudd has superb glovework behind the stumps, standing up to all the Vipers' bowling attack without any trouble, and has claimed eight stumpings and three catches in her two seasons at the Ageas Bowl.
Paige Scholfield

Paige Scholfield

All-Rounder
Squad Number: 73
DOB: 19.12.95
Player Style: Right Hand Bat, Right Arm Bowler
Debut: July 2018 v Surrey Stars
Danni Wyatt

Danni Wyatt

All-Rounder
Squad Number: 28
DOB: 22.04.91
Player Style: Right Hand Bat, Right Arm Bowler
Debut: August 2017 v Western Storm
Best Performance: 46* v Lancashire Thunder (August, 2017)
England international Danni Wyatt joined the Vipers from 2017 and has played over 120 games for England, scoring over 1,000 runs, helping her country win the Women’s World Cup in 2017. The occasional off-break bowler is effective with the ball too, taking 46 T20I wickets at an average of just 14.58 and was called up to England's Ashes squad this winter.