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Georgia Adams

Georgia Adams

Batter
Squad Number: 1
DOB: 04.10.93
Player Style: Right Hand Bat
Debut: July 2016 v Surrey Stars
Best Performance: 55 v Western Storm (September 2020)
A KSL winner with the Vipers in 2016 and three times Finals Day participant, Georgia will be hoping for more success in the longer 50-over format of the game, where she averages over 25 with the bat with two centuries, one of which – 106 - came in leading Sussex to the One-Day Cup Division 2 championship in 2018.

Adams has been on the verges of the England squad in recent years, and has scored almost 1,000 runs and seven half-centuries in her T20 career, striking at almost a run a ball.
Lauren Bell

Lauren Bell

Bowler
Squad Number: 14
DOB: 02.01.01
Player Style: Right Hand Bat, Right Arm Bowler
Debut: August 2019 v Loughborough Lightning
Best Performance: 2-23 v Loughborough Lightning (September 2019)
Right-arm seamer Lauren Bell has been earmarked for England honours for quite some time and is another of the Vipers squad to be named in the 2019/20 England Academy having played since 2018 in national colours. The Hungerford and Berkshire teenager, who is studying criminology at Loughborough, is hoping for much more.
Maia Bouchier

Maia Bouchier

All-Rounder
Squad Number: 16
DOB: 05.12.98
Player Style: Right Hand Bat, Right Arm Bowler
Debut: August 2020 v Surrey Stars
Best Performance: 33 v Sunrisers (August 2020)
Talented all-rounder Maia Bouchier signed for the Vipers in 2018 after a match-winning 39* off 27 balls at the Home of Cricket Lord’s for Middlesex against Head Coach Charlotte Edwards’ MCC side in 2018 brought her firmly onto the Vipers radar. A member of England’s Academy in 2019/20, it is hoped that she will push on with some flourishing performances in the orange.
Ella Chandler

Ella Chandler

All-Rounder
Squad Number: 19
DOB: 22.04.91
Player Style: Right Hand Bat, Right Arm Bowler
Debut: August 2020 v Western Storm
Best Performance: 19 v Western Storm (August 2020)
Hampshire all-rounder Ella Chandler will always be remembered for hitting a superb 56 at Andover which helped Charlotte Edwards’ side lift the Royal London Women’s One-Day Cup in 2018 as they defeated a strong Middlesex side on that day.
Providence Cowdrill

Providence Cowdrill

Bowler
Squad Number: 73
DOB: 31.03.99
Player Style: Right Hand Bat, Right Arm Bowler
Debut: September 2020 v South East Stars
Best Performance: 1-5 v South East Stars (September 2020)
There is plenty of excitement about Providence Cowdrill. A leg-spin bowler with a variety of tricks, she was the leading wicket-taker in the Women’s T20 Cup Division 1 in 2019 taking 12 at just 9.83 each for Hampshire, where she also won the One-Day Cup in 2018.
Charlie Dean

Charlie Dean

All-Rounder
Squad Number: 22
DOB: 22.12.00
Player Style: Right Hand Bat, Right Arm Bowler
Debut: August 2017 v Lancashire Thunder
Best Performance: 60* v Western Storm (August 2020)
All-rounder Charlie Dean has already toured India and South Africa with England Academy and is one of the 12 Academy intake for 2019/20 too. So plenty is hoped of her this season in the longer format, where she already averages 25.54 with the bat and 19.43 with 32 wickets with the ball – and a One-Day Cup winners medal with Hampshire in 2018.
Ariana Dowse

Ariana Dowse

Wicket-Keeper
Squad Number: 83
DOB: 08.02.01
Player Style: Right Hand Bat, Wicket-Keeper
Ariana Dowse is an exciting wicket-keeper who handiwork behind the stumps was crucial to Hampshire’s One-Day Cup success in 2018, the same year that she moved over from Sussex, where she developed her game playing in their Academy and youth teams, learning much from England superstar Sarah Taylor in her first year in 2017.
Freya Kemp

Freya Kemp

Bowler
Squad Number: 6
DOB: 21.04.05
Player Style: Left Hand Bat, Left Arm Bowler
Freya Kemp, a talented left-arm quick is already making waves, having been included in the 2019/20 England Academy 12-player list, one of five in the Vipers squad named in John Stanworth’s group with honours ahead.
Ella McCaughan

Ella McCaughan

Batter
Squad Number: 8
DOB: 26.09.02
Player Style: Right Hand Bat, Right Arm Bowler
Debut: August 2020 v Sunrisers
Best Performance: 50 v South East Stars (September 2020)
Opening batter Ella McCaughan came to the Vipers attention last year in scoring 318 runs for Sussex U17s in the Royal London Girls County Cup with four fifties in six innings and an average of 53.00. She was named alongside four others Vipers in the England Women’s Academy squad for 2019/20 and she will be instrumental at the top of the order for years to come.
Alice Monaghan

Alice Monaghan

All-Rounder
Squad Number: 20
DOB: 23.03.00
Player Style: Right Hand Bat, Right Arm Bowler
Debut: August 2020 v Sunrisers
Best Performance: 2* v South East Stars (September 2020)
Alice Monaghan joins the Vipers after a season with Yorkshire Diamonds in 2018 although she is an integral part of Hampshire’s side for the last five years and progressed through the county youth ranks from Under 13s. She was picked up by the England Academy in 2018 and the right-arm seamer and lower order batter will be looking to build on her ListA career of 17 games.
Tara Norris

Tara Norris

Bowler
Squad Number: 24
DOB: 04.06.98
Player Style: Left Hand Bat; Left Arm Bowler
Debut: August 2017 v Yorkshire Diamonds
Best Performance: 4-45 v Western Storm (August 2020)
Back for a second spell with the Vipers having played one game in 2017 before heading to Loughborough, Tara’s left arm seam will be key through the RHF Trophy campaign. A mainstay of the Sussex bowling line-up under Georgia Adams, she has 33 wickets in his Women’s ListA career at 23.27 each, going at only 3.61 runs per over.
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: 21 vs South East Stars (September 2020)
An ever present for the Vipers, wicket-keeper Carla Rudd is one of just two players remaining in the squad who helped lift the inaugural KSL in 2016. A keeper of high quality, her glovework standing up to all of the bowlers has seen her glean 17 stumpings in addition to seven catches in her KSL Vipers career.
Paige Scholfield

Paige Scholfield

All-Rounder
Squad Number: 7
DOB: 19.12.95
Player Style: Right Hand Bat, Right Arm Bowler
Debut: July 2018 v Surrey Stars
Best Performance: 3-33 v Sunrisers (August 2020)
A regular for the Vipers since switching from Loughborough in 2018, Paige Scholfield is another to come out of the successful Sussex ranks, having played 46 ListA and 69 T20 matches in her career to date having commenced her county journey at Under 13s.
Emily Windsor

Emily Windsor

Batter
Squad Number: 4
DOB: 14.06.97
Player Style: Right Hand Bat, Right Arm Bowler
Debut: August 2020 v Sunrisers
Best Performance: 14 v Western Storm (August 2020)
Emily Windsor is one of five players in the Vipers squad who was a part of the Hampshire side that won the Royal London One-Day Cup in 2018 under coach Charlotte Edwards and she will be hoping to land more silverware joining the Southern Vipers for the first time in 2020
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: 110 v Surrey Stars (August 2019)
A World Cup winner in 2017 and two-time World T20 finalist, Danni is one of the most recognisable women in the game, a must watch with bat, ball or in the field where she excels on the boundary or close in. Nearly 10,000 runs in her career, close to 200 wickets and 118 catches. A two-time KSL runner-up with the Vipers, she will want to seal silverware in 2020 for the Vipers.