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Western Australia announce their squads for their next two Women’s National Cricket League

Western Australia announce their squads for their next two Women’s National Cricket League
Western Australia announce their squads for their next two Women’s National Cricket League
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Western Australia have announced their 14 player squad for their next two Women’s National Cricket League (WNCL)  matches against South Australia at the WACA Ground.

Sitting second on the WNCL ladder, WA welcome back bowler Piepa Cleary after recovering from a broken leg that she sustained during a Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL)  game in November.

Experienced wicket-keeper and middle-order batter Emma Inglis returns to the squad to replace local keeper Megan Banting, who is out for the first game with a calf injury.

While veteran all-rounder Sophie Devine heads home to New Zealand for national duties.

WA Head Coach Michael Dighton says;

“Emma played for us in Round 1 this season and returns to keep for us this game, and we will reassess Banting for the second game” he said.

“She has the added benefit of having played a lot at this level in both WBBL and WNCL and can act as an experienced head in the middle order.

 “It’s great to have Piepa back in the mix, she has been out for a long time but is looking fit for this week’s games.”

In: Cleary (returns from injury), Inglis (injury replacement)

Out: Devine (national duties)

 MATCH DETAILS:

Western Australia v South Australia

Tuesday 21 January, 10am AWST

WACA Ground, Perth

Scores available at cricket.com.au

 

Western Australia v South Australia

Thursday 23 January, 10am AWST

WACA Ground, Perth

Scores available at cricket.com.au

 

Western Australia Squad:

1.            Chloe Piparo ©

2.            Megan Banting

3.            Nicole Bolton

4.            Mathilda Carmichael

5.            Piepa Cleary

6.            Sheldyn Cooper

7.            Ash Day

8.            Amy Edgar

9.            Heather Graham

10.          Kath Hempenstall

11.          Emma Inglis

12.          Ash King

13.          Emma King

14.          Taneale Peschel


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