Mady Villiers, Tash Farrant among latest women's Hundred signings
Squads begin to take shape after latest batch of domestic signings announced
Squads for the women's Hundred are starting to take shape after each team announced four new domestic signings on Wednesday.
There is a local flavour to the latest round of signings, with county captains Marie Kelly (Warwickshire) and Naomi Dattani (Middlesex) joining Birmingham Phoenix and London Spirit respectively.
Each new team has now announced the signing of at least eight of their eventual 15 players. The window to complete new signings will remain open until May 30, with the tournament starting on July 22 with Birmingham Phoenix's game against Manchester Originals.
Trent Rockets look set to field a spin-heavy team, with England T20 World Cup squad members Sarah Glenn and Mady Villiers joining Australian allrounder Sophie Molineux. Three of the best young seam-bowling prospects in the country have also been picked up: Issy Wong will play for Birmingham Phoenix, Lauren Bell for Southern Brave, and Tash Farrant will represent Oval Invincibles.
Full squads to date:
Sophie Devine, Georgia Elwiss, Ria Fackrell, Kirstie Gordon, Amy Jones, Evelyn Jones, Marie Kelly, Isabelle Wong
Tammy Beaumont, Aylish Cranstone, Naomi Dattani, Freya Davies, Charlie Dean, Deandra Dottin, Hannah Jones, Heather Knight
Georgia Boyce, Kate Cross, Mignon du Preez, Sophie Ecclestone, Alex Hartley, Emma Lamb, Lizelle Lee, Ellie Threlkeld
Alice Davidson-Richards, Georgia Davis, Helen Fenby, Alyssa Healy, Bess Heath, Katie Levick, Linsey Smith, Lauren Winfield
Georgia Adams, Hollie Armitage, Tash Farrant, Rachael Haynes, Laura Marsh, Rhianna Southby, Dane van Niekerk, Fran Wilson
Suzie Bates, Lauren Bell, Sophia Dunkley, Fi Morris, Paige Scholfield, Anya Shrubsole, Stafanie Taylor, Danni Wyatt
Katherine Brunt, Kathryn Bryce, Sarah Glenn, Beth Langston, Sophie Molineux, Natalie Sciver, Elyse Villani, Mady Villiers
Lauren Filer, Katie George, Alex Griffiths, Georgia Hennessy, Jess Jonassen, Meg Lanning, Sophie Luff, Claire Nicholas, Bryony Smith