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USA Cricket announce dates, roster and venue for Women's Regional Series
USA Cricket announce dates, roster and venue for Women’s Regional Series

Following the conclusion of the 2022 intra-regional competition, which has been played over the past 5 weeks, USA Cricket is pleased to announce the four 14-player regional teams from the East, Central, Southwest and West regions who will compete in the Sistar Mortgage Regional Series for women 2022.

The US Cricket Women’s Selection Panel selected these 56 players based on their attitude, fitness, ability and performance, and they will now represent their regional teams and compete for spots in the 2022 Sistar Mortgage Women’s National Championship.

Following the Regionals, the East and West teams will be selected to compete in the US Senior Men’s National Championship, also taking place August 1-3 at Moosa Stadium, Texas.

All the players from the successful US women’s U19 campaign at the Cricket West Indies Rising Stars T20 Championship in Trinidad are involved in the four regional teams as the national teams support the youth and look forward to an exciting year for women’s cricket with the ICC T20 World Cup facing Global Qualifier scheduled for September.

USA Cricket Women & Girls Coordinator Julie Abbott commented, “We are excited to bring the Regionals together at Moosa Stadium at the same time for a great week of cricket action for the best women and girls in the United States. The Sistar Mortgage Women’s Regionals will feature competitive matches between top players across the US representing their geographic regions, adding an extra level of intensity and competition to all matches. We look forward to promoting the best players to the Nationals for new head coach Shivnarine Chanderpaul to work with the team leading into the ICC T20 World Cup Global Qualifier scheduled for September.”

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Lisa Ramjit (C) Geetika Kodali (C)
Moksha Chaudhary (VC) Ritu Singh
Disha Dhingra Jessica Willathgamuwa (VC)
Holly Karl Mitali Patwardhan (WK)
Alicia Fernando (WK) Sasha Vallabhaneni
Brooke Shears Bhumika Bhadiraju
Taranum Chopra Ankita Deshpande
That Basson Durga Datla
Aparna Gurumurthy (WK) Adanya Baugh
Aditi Chudasama Celeste du Toit
Kasturi Vedanatham Aafia Khazi
Sainavi Kambalapalli Janani Suthan
Melanie Heinrich Shebani Bhaskar
Daniyah Shah Sangeetha Singh
Trainer: Ashok Adikoppula Coach: Jamie Lloyd
Sindhu Sriharsha (C+WK) Mahika Kandanala (C)
Gargi Bogle (VC) Isiri Prasad
Usma Iftikhar Pooja Shah
Suhani Thadani Snigdha Paul (VC)
Chetna Prasad Puja Ganesh (WK)
Isani Vaghela Sai Tanmayi Eyyunni
Yashaditi Teki Tya Gonsalves
Jivana Aras Kartiki Tia Choudhary
Trisha Bhima Meha Siwakumar
Laasya Mullapudi Nithya Jalumuri
Anika Kolan (WK) Shreya Arora
Priti Lyengar Vidya Prabhu
Sugetha Kalyaranaman Shreya deodorant
Saanvi Immadi Crystal Angela
Coach: Vijay Chukka Coach: Jalal Uddin


Monday, July 25 – East vs Mid – 10am, Twenty20
Monday, July 25 – West vs Southwest – 2pm, Twenty20
Tuesday 26 July – East vs Mid – 10am, 40 overs
Wednesday 27 July – West vs Southwest – 10am, 40 overs
Thursday, July 28 – Central vs East – 10am, Twenty20
Thursday, July 28 – West vs Southwest – 10am, Twenty20

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