Chloe Hill and Cara Duggan were presented their ‘capped player’ caps from Bucks Cricket’s Head of Performance, Jason Harrison on Friday.
The capped player system has been brought in for the Women’s team to mirror the Men’s team and to inspire current and future Women’s Cricketers in Bucks to higher achievements.
To kick-off the Women’s capped player system, 10 players have been identified that have either scored 750+ runs for the Women’s team, taken 50+ wickets or have made a wider contribution to Women’s Cricket beyond Bucks.
Chloe and Cara received their caps before the Women’s 1st XI played Hampshire in the 50 over South Central Cup.
|Janet Godman (1)||Born in High Wycombe, won World Cup in 1993, returned to play and coach for Bucks in 2016|
|Judith Turner (2)||67 wickets and 709 runs|
|Martha Manktelow (3)||53 wickets|
|Sue Benson (4)||869 runs|
|Hannah Bates (5)||1143 runs and 46 wickets|
|Anna Harris (6)||International Umpire|
|Chloe Hill (7)||670 runs, Southern Vipers contracted and Bucks Girls Pathway Coach|
|Ella Claridge (8)||1618 runs, 20 catches & 25 stumpings|
|Cara Duggan (9)||845 runs and 47 wickets|
|Bethan Miles (10)||56 wickets and 460 runs|