Delhi Capitals Women Squad 2023

Delhi Capitals Women Squad 2023

Owned by GMR and JSW group, the Delhi Capitals women side will represent the capital of India in the inaugural edition of Women’s Premier League. Following are the complete details of their squad:

Delhi Capitals Women Squad 2023

Some great foreign picks and highly talented local India women players make this one of the strongest side of WPL 2023 which is scheduled to start from March 04, 2023 in India.

Delhi Capitals Women Players List

1Alice Capsey,Batter
2Laura Harris,Batter
3Meg Lanning,Batter
4Jasia Akhtar,Batter
5Aparna Mondal,Batter
6Jemimah Rodrigues,Batter
7Shafali VermaBatter
8Taniya Bhatia.Batter
9Marizanne Kapp,All-Rounder
10Shikha Pandey,All-Rounder
11Minnu ManiAll-Rounder
12Sneha Deepthi.All-Rounder
13Tara Norris,Bowler
14Jess Jonassen,Bowler
15Radha Yadav,Bowler
16Poonam Yadav,Bowler
17Titas Sadhu andBowler
18Arundhati Reddy.Bowler

Delhi Capitals Women Captain 2023

One of the best lady in women cricket and most successful captain Australia’s Meg Lanning will lead the DCW squad in WPL 2023.

Delhi Capitals Batters in WPL 2023

Shining stars of Delhi Capital  Women Squad are Alice Capsey, Laura Harris and Meg Lanning are some foreign stars in the batting lineup. Meg Lanning has over 3000 runs in her T20 career, averaging 36. At an average of 25, Laura Harris is another talented batter in the side, she has 2 half centuries to her name in her young career. Laura Harris is also a good top order batter who has scored heavily in the Women’s Super-Smash recently.

Jasia Akhtar, Aparna Mondal, Jemimah Rodrigues and Shafali Verma are more batting options in this side. Jasia has scored heavily in the senior women’s challenger cup. Jemimah Rodrigues has plenty of experience scoring over 1700 runs in T20Is with 10 half centuries.

Shafali Verma also has over 1000 T20I runs to her name and her highlight is her strike rate of 132. Aparna Mondal is also a potential talent and WK batter Taniya Bhatia is also a batting option in this squad.

Delhi Capitals Women Batters: Alice Capsey, Laura Harris, Meg Lanning, Jasia Akhtar, Aparna Mondal, Jemimah Rodrigues, Shafali Verma and Taniya Bhatia.

Delhi Capitals All-Rounders in WPL 2023

Delhi Capitals Players List have many all-rounders and Marizanne Kapp is the senior most all-rounder of the side. Featuring in 94 WT20IS she has scored 1178 runs with the bat and also has taken 76 wickets with the ball.

Shikha Pandey is another veteran, but she is more of a bowling all-rounder. She has taken 43 wickets in 62 WT20Is, and she also averages 13 with the bat. Minnu Mani is another good performer in Domestic Circuit of India, while Sneha Deepthi is also a potential talent.

Delhi Women All-Rounder: Marizanne Kapp, Shikha Pandey, Minnu Mani and Sneha Deepthi.

Delhi Capitals Bowlers WPL 2023

Delhi Capitals Women team have Tara Norris and Jess Jonassen are the two foreign bowlers in this squad. Jonassen has 91 wickets in 100 WT20I matches and has a brilliant economy rate too. Tara is a young talent from the USA, she has 4 wickets in 5 WT20Is at a brilliant economy rate of just 1.71.

Radha Yadav and Poonam Yadav are two more experienced guns in this lineup. Radha has 68 wickets in her T20I career while Poonam has 98. Both of them have a brilliant economy rate too. With 18 wickets in 26 games, Arundhati Reddy is another talented bowler in this squad. Titas Sadhu is another bowling choice available in this squad.

Delhi Capitals Bowlers in WPL: Tara Norris, Jess Jonassen, Radha Yadav, Poonam Yadav, Titas Sadhu and Arundhati Reddy.

Delhi Capitals Coaching Staff WPL 2023

DCW Head Coach

Former England First Class player, Jonathan Batty will coach Delhi Capitals in the Women’s Premier League 2023. Batty has coached Oval Invincibles to the title of The Hundred previously.

DCW Assistant Coaches

Hemlata Kala and Lisa Keightely will be the assistant coaches of Delhi Women in WPL 2023.

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