Cricket Australia Captain Alyssa Healy Leads New Named Australia Squad Announced, with stand-in captain Alyssa Healy deputized by new vice-captain Tahlia McGrath.
Australia’s women’s T20 team entered:-
Young guns Phoebe Litchfield and former Ireland international Kim Garth have been named in Australia’s women’s T20 squad to tour India, with all-rounder Heather Graham getting another call-up.
Healy takes over the reins with Meg Lanning again unavailable for the tour, while McGrath stands in as vice-captain following the retirement of Rachael Haynes.
Australia will play five T20 Internationals against India throughout December in Mumbai, two at the DY Patil Stadium and three at the Brabourne Stadium.
Five matches Upcoming T20 World Cup in South Africa:-
Australia’s head of performance (women’s cricket) and national selector said, “These five matches are an important part of the team’s preparations for the upcoming T20 World Cup in South Africa as well as an opportunity for some of the players to gain some experience in Indian conditions.” provide.” Shawn Flagler said.
“Kim’s the other one that’s been on our mind,” Flegler continued.
“He’s had some strong seasons with the ball and adds extra depth to our pace bowling stocks.”
The first of the five T20 matches are to be played on 9 December.
Australia’s five T20 match squad
Squad: 1. Alyssa Healy (c), 2. Tahlia McGrath (VC), 3. D’arcy Brown, 4. Nicola Carey, 5. Ashleigh Gardner, 6. Kim Garth, 7. Heather Graham, 8. Grace Harris, 9. Jess Jonassen, 10. Alana King, 11. Phoebe Litchfield, 12. Beth Mooney, 13. Ellyse Perry, 14. Megan Schutt, 15. Annabelle Sutherland.
- 1st T20: December 9, DY Patil Stadium, 7 Pm
- 2nd T20: December 11, DY Patil Stadium, 7 Pm
- 3rd T20: December 14, Brabourne Stadium, 7 Pm
- Fourth T20: 17 December, Brabourne Stadium, 7 Pm
- Fifth T20: 20 December, Brabourne Stadium, 7 Pm.