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The Hundred Draft 2024: Smriti Mandhana, Jemimah Rodrigues Among Others Added To The Draft

Prominent names from the world of women’s cricket have registered for The Hundred Draft ahead of the selection that is due to take place on the 20th of March. There is a total of 127 overseas players and 122 domestic players who have signed up for the Women’s Hundred draft. Player retentions were finalized on February 29, leaving 43 spots available in the draft.

After the draft, each of the eight teams will have 13 players, and two wildcard picks will be chosen later. From an Indian standpoint, no players were retained ahead of the season and thereby we have the likes of Smriti Mandhana, Jemimah Rodrigues, Deepti Sharma, Richa Ghosh, Renuka Singh Thakur, Shreyanka Patil, Yastika Bhatia, Kiran Navgire, Veda Krishnamurthy, Mona Meshram, Shikha Pandey, Sneh Rana, S Meghana, Meghna Singh and Radha Yadav who have signed up for the Player Draft and would be hoping to get picked by the respective franchises.

Conspicously, Indian skipper Harmanpreet Kaur who turned out for Trent Rockets has not signed up to be a part of the draft. Even the likes of Meg Lanning, Beth Mooney, Annabel Sutherland and Ashleigh Gardner from Australia have signed up. Chamari Athapaththu, the prolific Sri Lankan has also thrown her ring in the hat. A lot of players from Pakistan, UAE, Namibia, Bhutan, Papua New Guinea, and Zimbabwe to name a few have signed up.

How does player selection work in The Hundred?

In the Women’s Hundred, teams can retain eight players and all the teams have done that in the lead up to this season. Teams can choose to keep fewer players to have more slots available for new players in The Hundred Draft.

Every player entering the Draft has a minimum price they can be signed for, but they can earn more if a team is willing to pay more. The Women’s competition has its own Draft system. Teams take turns choosing players, with a maximum of three overseas players allowed per squad.

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Smriti Mandhana and Richa Ghosh would hope to get picked in The Hundred draft 2024. [Image: Getty]
Smriti Mandhana and Richa Ghosh would hope to get picked. [Image: Getty]

Here are the Players Who Have Signed up for The Hundred Draft so far:

Overseas Reserve Price- £50,000

Ashleigh Gardner Australia
Smriti Mandhana India
Jemimah Rodrigues India
Deepti Sharma India

Overseas Reserve Price £40,000

Meg Lanning Australia
Beth Mooney Australia
Annabel Sutherland Australia


Overseas Reserve Price £30,000

Chamari Athapaththu Sri Lanka
Darcie Brown Australia
Deandra Dottin West Indies
Kim Garth Australia
Jess Jonassen Australia
Lizelle Lee South Africa
Sophie Molineux Australia
Tooba Khan Australia
Megan Schutt Australia
Renuka Thakur India
Amanda-Jade Wellington Australia


Overseas Reserve Price £17,500

Suzie Bates New Zealand
Erin Burns Australia
Richa Ghosh India
Maddy Green New Zealand
Iram Javed Pakistan
Nonkululeko Mlaba South Africa
Shreyanka Patil India
Nida Dar Pakistan
Fatima Sana Pakistan
Stafanie Taylor West Indies


Overseas Reserve Price £14,000

Fran Jonas New Zealand
Jess Kerr New Zealand
Gaby Lewis Ireland
Orla Prendergast Ireland


Overseas Reserve Price £11,000

Nomvelo Sibanda Zimbabwe


No reserve price (A-L)

Jahanara Alam – Bangladesh, Kate Anderson- New Zealand, Kaia Arua- Papua New Guinea, Jemma Barsby- Australia, Samantha Bates – Australia, Bernadine Bezuidenhout – New Zealand, Yastika Bhatia – India, Tazmin Brits – South Africa, Maitlan Brown – Australia, Rebecca Burns – New Zealand, Stella Campbell – Australia

Shemaine Campbelle – West Indies, Eden Carson – New Zealand, Kary Chan – Hong Kong, Christabel Chatonzwa – Zimbabwe, Lauren Cheatle – Australia, Piepa Cleary – Australia, Shamilia Connell – West Indies, Sarah Coyte – Australia, Hannah Darlington – Australia, Sophie Day – Australia, Nadine De Klerk – South Africa, Roberta Moretti Avery – Brazil, Laura Delany – Ireland

Annerie Dercksen – South Africa, Mignon Du Preez – South Africa, Kate Ebrahim – New Zealand, Nicole Faltum – Australia, Afy Fletcher – West Indies, Tess Flintoff – Australia, Heather Graham – Australia, Anju Gurung – Bhutan, Brooke Halliday – New Zealand, Nicola Hancock – Australia, Laura Harris – Australia, Chinelle Henry – West Indies

Amy Hunter – Ireland, Sinalo Jafta – South Africa, Hayley Jensen – New Zealand, Xara Jetly – New Zealand, Sammy-Jo Johnson – Australia, Ruth Johnston – Australia, Arlene Kelly – Ireland, Yasmeen Khan – Namibia, Kiran Navgire – India, Charli Knott – Australia, Veda Krishnamurthy – India, Marina Lamplough – Hong Kong, Suné Luus – South Africa

No reserve price K-Z

Katie Mack – Australia, Rosemary Mair – New Zealand, Eliz Marx – South Africa, Mona Meshram – India, Anisa Mohammed – West Indies, Chaya Mughal – UAE, Anesu Mushangwe – Zimbabwe, Mary-Anne Musonda – Zimbabwe, Kelis Ndhlovu – Zimbabwe, Jo Nkomo – Zimbabwe, Maryam Omar – Kuwait, Esha Oza – UAE

Shikha Pandey – India, Nensi Patel – New Zealand, Molly Penfold – New Zealand, Maddie Penna – Australia, Taneale Peschel – Australia, Kate Peterson – Australia, Loryn Phiri – Zimbabwe, Chloe Piparo – Australia, Ramharack Ramharack – West Indies, Karishma Ramharack – West Indies, Sneh Rana – India

Jaweria Rauf – Pakistan, Aliya Riaz – Pakistan, Hannah Rowe – New Zealand, Tanya Ruma – Papua New Guinea, Meghana Sabbineni – India, Shakera Selman – West Indies, Saachi Shahri – New Zealand

Gunjan Shukla – Sweden, Meghna Singh – India, Courtney Sippel – Australia, Amy Smith – Australia, Naomi Stalenberg – Australia, Molly Strano – Australia, Holly Topp – New Zealand, Loreen Tshuma – Zimbabwe, Dane van Niekerk – South Africa, Sunette Viljoen-Louw – South Africa, Georgia Voll – Australia, Jess Watkin – New Zealand, Courtney Webb – Australia, Tahlia Wilson – Australia, Radha Yadav – India

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