The Hundred Teams 2023

The Hundred Teams

The Hundred cricket is one of the newest invention or you can call it a experiment with tradition cricket. After success of best T20 cricket leagues this new mode of cricket also expected to generate good crowd followings. The Hundred teams 2023 edition are also finalized.

The Hundred Draft 2023 was held on 23rd March, 2023 and more than 200 overseas players were part of the 100 draft 2023. prior to that all Hundred teams confirmed their retained players on Feb 16, 2023.

However the Hundred teams squads 2023 season are now updated after several overseas players opting to skip the tournament as this Hundred Schedule is taking place while several other leagues and international series are also happening.

The 100 Teams 2023

Normally England domestic competition includes 16-18 teams but for 100 cricket ECB have limit number of teams to eight.

Birmingham Phoenix 
London Spirit
Manchester Originals
Northern Superchargers
Oval Invincibles
Southern Brave
Trent Rockets
Welsh Fire

The 100 Cricket Team Squad 2023

Complete details of The Hundred teams and players are mentioned below. The Hundred players list includes almost foreign players from all cricket playing nations except India.

The Hundred Overseas Players 2023

In modern day cricket no cricket league seems to be completed without hiring of top foreign cricketers and international cricketers in the hundred cricket is just like icing on the cake.

List of Overseas players in Hundred Cricket includes top international players from South Africa, Australia, West Indies, Pakistan, New Zealand & Afghanistan.

The 100 Overseas Players List Second Edition

Player NameCountryTeam
Tanveer SanghaAustraliaBirmingham Phoenix
Kane RichardsonAustraliaBirmingham Phoenix
Matthew WadeAustraliaLondon Spirit
Nathan EllisAustraliaLondon Spirit
Adam ZampaAustraliaOval Invincibles
Tim DavidAustraliaSouthern Brave
Daniel SamsAustraliaTrent Rockets
Josh LittleIrelandManchester Originals
David WieseNamibiaNorthern Superchargers
Roelof van der MerweNamibiaWelsh Fire
Bas de LeedeNetherlandsNorthern Superchargers
Daryl MitchellNew ZealandLondon Spirit
Heinrich KlaasenNew ZealandOval Invincibles
James NeeshamNew ZealandOval Invincibles
Devon ConwayNew ZealandSouthern Brave
Finn AllenNew ZealandSouthern Brave
Mitchell SantnerNew ZealandSouthern Brave
Colin MunroNew ZealandTrent Rockets
Ish SodhiNew ZealandTrent Rockets
Glenn PhillipsNew ZealandWelsh Fire
Shadab KhanPakistanBirmingham Phoenix
Usama MirPakistanManchester Originals
Zaman KhanPakistanManchester Originals
Imad WasimPakistanTrent Rockets
Haris RaufPakistanWelsh Fire
Shaheen AfridiPakistanWelsh Fire
Wayne ParnellSouth AfricaNorthern Superchargers
Sunil NarineWest IndiesOval Invincibles

The Hundred Squad

The Hundred Cricket Teams can be comprised of 04 overseas players whereas remaining squad to be completed with England centrally contracted players and other players playing in English County Circuit.

100 cricket Schedule already announced but with many international teams playing cricket simultaneously so many international cricketers preferred national duties and request to remove their name from The 100 Cricket Team Squads.

Birmingham Phoenix

Chris Woakes, Ben Duckett, Liam Livingstone, Moeen Ali, Shadab Khan (Pak) (Tanveer Sangha from August 14), Adam Milne (NZ), Benny Howell, Will Smeed, Kane Richardson (Aus), Jamie Smith, Tom Helm, Miles Hammond, Chris Benjamin, Dan Mousley, Henry Brookes, Jacob Bethell

London Spirit

Mark Wood, Nathan Ellis (Aus), Liam Dawson, Dan Lawrence, Zak Crawley, Jordan Thompson, Mason Crane, Adam Rossington, Chris Wood, Ravi Bopara, Michael Pepper, Daniel Bell-Drummond, Matt Critchley, Matthew Wade (Aus), Daryl Mitchell (NZ), Dan Worrall

Manchester Originals

Jos Buttler, Usama Mir (Pak), Phil Salt, Laurie Evans, Ashton Turner, Jamie Overton, Tom Hartley, Richard Gleeson, Paul Walter, Josh Tongue, Josh Little (Ire) (Zaman Khan- Pak between August 16 and knockout rounds), Wayne Madsen, Tom Lammonby, Mitchell Stanley, Max Holden, Ben Raine

Northern Superchargers

Ben Stokes, Adil Rashid, Harry Brook, Reece Topley, Tom Banton, Matthew Short, Adam Lyth, Adam Hose, Brydon Carse, Matthew Potts, David Wiese (Nam), Bas de Leede (Ned), Wayne Parnell (SAF), Callum Parkinson, Ollie Robinson, Saif Zaib

Oval Invincibles

Sam Curran, Sunil Narine (WI) (Adam Zampa-Aus from August 13), Will Jacks, Jason Roy, Tom Curran, Sam Billings, Tom Lawes, Heinrich Klaasen (SAF) (Jimmy Neesham-NZ from August 20), Ross Whiteley, Jordan Cox, Gus Atkinson, Spencer Johnson, Danny Briggs, Nathan Sowter, Zak Chappell, Tawanda Muyeye

Southern Brave

Jofra Archer, Tim David (Aus) (Mitchell Santner-NZ from August 20), Leus du Plooy, James Vince, Chris Jordan, Devon Conway (NZ), Tymal Mills, Rehan Ahmed, Craig Overton, Finn Allen (NZ), George Garton, James Fuller, Alex Davies, Joe Weatherley, Jafer Chohan, Matt Fisher

Trent Rockets

Joe Root, Tom Kohler-Cadmore, Imad Wasim (Pak) (Ish Sodhi – NZ from August 10), Dawid Malan, Alex Hales, Lewis Gregory, Luke Wood, Colin Munro (NZ), Sam Cook, Daniel Sams (Aus), Samit Patel, Sam Hain, Brad Wheal, Matt Carter, Tom Moores, John Turner

Welsh Fire

Jonny Bairstow, Tom Abell, David Willey, Shaheen Afridi (Pak), Joe Clarke, Glenn Phillips (NZ), Ben Green, Haris Rauf (Pak), David Payne, Roelof van der Merwe (Nam), Jake Ball, Stephen Eskinazi, Dan Douthwaite, George Scrimshaw, Luke Wells, Chris Cooke

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