Cricket Victoria is pleased to announce the inaugural Women's Premier All-Stars Under-23 team who will take on the Victorian Under-18 side in two Twenty20 matches next month.
The side will be led by former Melbourne Renegades and ACT representative Jenny Taffs, who has joined Essendon Maribyrnong Park this season.
The concept was introduced to give club cricketers the opportunity to compete against the state's elite players in a representative environment.
VicSpirit Coach David Hemp said the concept will provide a platform for players on both teams to show their talent.
"These two T20 games will provide a great opportunity for those selected to demonstrate their skills at a highly competitive level.
"The selected players have demonstrated their potential through performances at various stages throughout the last year".
The All-Stars side will come together for two training sessions at the MCG alongside the VicSpirit Squad, the first on Wednesday, November 2 and the second a week later on Wednesday, November 9.
The T20 matches will take place on Sunday, November 20 during the Premier Cricket bye weekend.
Women's Premier All_Stars Under-23 team
Jenny Taffs (c) - Essendon Maribyrnong Park
Elly Donald - Melbourne
Jacinta Goodger-Chandler - Melbourne
Anna O'Donnell - Melbourne
Rhiann O'Donnell - Plenty Valley
Emma Lynch - Essendon Maribyrnong Park
Taylah Lynn - Essendon Maribyrnong Park
Grace Mills - Melbourne
Chelsea Moscript - Dandenong
Tegan Parker - Melbourne
Natalie Plane - Melbourne
Sophie Reid - Plenty Valley
Breannon Sutton - Melbourne
Coach: Karen Rolton
27 OCTOBER, 2016 | Premier Cricket