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Posted: Wednesday 9 October, 2019 at 10:16 PM

Team names and squads announced for women's T10 matches

By: Hero CPL, Press Release



    9 October 2019, Port of Spain, Trinidad -- The team names and squads for the two women’s T10 matches that the Hero Caribbean Premier League will be hosting on 10 October and 12 October 2019 at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy in Trinidad have been announced. 
    The teams will be called NLCB Revellers and the Courts Gladiators. The Revellers will be made up from cricketers from Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago and Leeward Islands. The Gladiators will feature cricketers from Barbados, Guyana and Windward Islands. 
    The NLCB Revellers will be captained by Stafanie Taylor and the Courts Gladiators will be led by Afy Fletcher. The two teams will feature the best cricketing talent from across the Caribbean with the likes of Anisa Mohammad, Britney Cooper, Natasha McLean, Kycia Knight, Hayley Matthews and Qiana Joseph taking part.  
    Stafanie Taylor, who will be captaining the NLCB Revellers, said: “It is very pleasing to have an initiative such as this that the CPL has done for Women’s cricket in the Caribbean. It’s a long time coming to potentially have a women’s T20 franchise tournament here in the West Indies, bringing international players here to our conditions and pitches, just as we go to their leagues. No doubt this will aid Cricket West Indies in growing women’s cricket in the region.”
    Afy Fletcher, the captain for the Courts Gladiators, said: “I think that it’s a great idea. Women’s cricket is rapidly growing so kudos to the persons for taking the initiative to find different avenues to expose the talent of the ladies of the Caribbean. Knowing that we have a small pool of female cricketers, I strongly believe that this is a stepping stone to move forward and also a way of attracting the eyes of the young girls across the region.”
    These games have been made possible thanks to the support of the Trinidad & Tobago Ministry of Sport and Youth Affairs, Courts and the National Lottery Control Board (NLCB) and Hero CPL would like to express their gratitude to these partners for making these games possible. 
    Susan Worrell, Evens Manager at NLCB said: “The NLCB is delighted to be supporting the initiative by CPL of Women’s Cricket for the advancement of the sport which can be an inspiration to young girls since the NLCB continues its quest to create benefits.” 
    Clive Fletcher, Managing Director, Unicomer (Trinidad) LTD said: “This is a most significant partnership for us as it further supports the development of diversity in cricket. This investment pushes the envelope for the evolution of the sport to new heights, as we provide a platform to showcase the full spectrum of talent displayed by our female cricketers across the Caribbean Region. At Unicomer (Trinidad) LTD. and COURTS, we are very passionate and committed to the development of our people, and we believe in providing the opportunities to push the boundaries of innovation.” 
    These matches will take place before the semi-final and final of this year’s Hero CPL and ticket holders for those matches will be able to attend at no extra cost. 
    NLCB Challenge, 10 October, 3pm 
    Courts Invitational,  12 October, 12:30pm.
    The teams for these matches are as follows
    NLCB Revellers
    1. Stafanie Taylor (capt) (Jamaica) 
    2. Anisa Mohammed (Trinidad & Tobago)
    3. Chinelle Henry (Jamaica)
    4. Natasha McLean (Jamaica)
    5. Chedean Nation (Jamaica) 
    6. Jodian Morgan (Jamaica) 
    7. Stacy-Ann King (Trinidad & Tobago)
    8. Reniece Boyce (Trinidad & Tobago)
    9. Britney Cooper (Trinidad & Tobago)
    10. Felicia Walters (Trinidad & Tobago)
    11. Karishma Ramharack (Trinidad & Tobago)
    12. Caneisha Isaac (Trinidad & Tobago)
    13. Shawnisha Hector (Leewards)
    Courts Gladiators
    1. Afy Fletcher (Capt) (Windwards) 
    2. Kycia Knight (Barbados) 
    3. Kyshona Knight (Barbados) 
    4. Hayley Matthews (Barbados)
    5. Aaliyah Alleyne (Barbados) 
    6. Qiana Joseph (Windwards) 
    7. Akeira Peters (Windwards)
    8. Erva Giddings (Guyana)
    9. Shabika Gajnabi (Guyana) 
    10. Kaysia Schultz (Guyana)
    11. Cherry-Ann Fraser (Guyana) 
    12. Sheneta Grimmond (Guyana) 
    13. Shakera Selman (Barbados)
    First started in 2013, the Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) is a franchise-based T20 format cricket tournament that combines two of the most compelling aspects of Caribbean life – dramatic cricket and a vibrant Carnival atmosphere. Combining broadcast and digital viewership over 200 million fans watched the 2018 season to make it one of the fastest growing leagues in world cricket. In 2018 the tournament made a positive economic impact across the Caribbean of US$127million. Trinbago Knight Riders are the current Hero CPL champions and the other competing teams are Barbados Tridents, Guyana Amazon Warriors, St. Kitts & Nevis Patriots, St. Lucia Zouks and Jamaica Tallawahs. The 2019 tournament will take place between 4 September and 12 October. For further information visit


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