Georgia Adams

Georgia Adams

All-Rounder
Squad Number: 1
DOB: 04.10.93
Player Style: Right Hand Bat, Right Arm Off Spin
Debut: July 2016 v Surrey Stars
Best Performance: 154* v Western Storm (Sept 2020), 4-30 v Central Sparks (May 2023)
Georgia Adams never fails to lead from the front. As the Vipers won the RHF Trophy in 2020, she was the tournament leading run-scorer with 500 runs at 83.33 apiece as well as chipping in with seven wickets – enough to see her rewarded with an ECB full-time contract. A serial winner, first with the KSL in 2016, before she led the Vipers to two RHF Trophies in 2020 and 2021, their first Charlotte Edwards Cup in 2022, before completing an historic double in 2023.
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Lauren Bell

Lauren Bell

Bowler
Squad Number: 14
DOB: 02.01.01
Player Style: Right Hand Bat, Right Arm Fast-Medium
Debut: August 2019 v Loughborough Lightning
Best Performance: T20: 3-12 v Lightning (May 2022), List A: 4-36 v Western Storm (June 2021)
Exciting right-arm seamer Lauren Bell had been earmarked for England honours for quite some time before she made her England debut, aged 21, in a Test match against South Africa. A tall bowler with the ability to swing the ball, Bell has quickly become one of Southern Vipers key players, as she has taken 27 wickets in 24 matches since the regional hub system in 2020.
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Maia Bouchier

Maia Bouchier

Batter
Squad Number: 16
DOB: 05.12.98
Player Style: Right Hand Bat, Right Arm Medium
Debut: July 2018 v Western Storm
Best Performance: 57 v Western Storm (June 2021)
Talented batter Maia Bouchier joined the Vipers in 2018 and made an instant impact, scoring 183 run in the successful RHFT season which saw her awarded a domestic contract. An excellent 2021 for Bouchier was rewarded with an England against New Zealand, before further international caps in 2022, as she played a key role in winning the Vipers’ first Charlotte Edwards Cup. In 2023, she recorded 518 runs in 15 matches as the Vipers recorded a historic double.
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Freya Davies

Freya Davies

Bowler
Squad Number: 61
DOB: 29.11.02
Player Style: Right Hand Bat, Right Arm Fast-Medium
Debut: TBC
Best Performance: TBC
Freya Davies joins Southern Vipers on a one-year deal, with the pace bowler vastly experienced on the domestic stage. Born in Chichester, Davies returns to her native region after stints with Western Storm in the KSL and South East Stars in the regional hub era. She has also featured 35 times for her country, picking up 33 wickets, and has taken 17 wickets in The Hundred for London Spirit and Welsh Fire.
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Charlie Dean

Charlie Dean

All-Rounder
Squad Number: 22
DOB: 22.12.00
Player Style: Right Hand Bat, Right Arm Off Spin
Debut: August 2017 v Lancashire Thunder
Best Performance: 60* v Western Storm (August 2020) & 5/19 v Central Sparks (June 2021)
With 180 runs at 45.00 and nine wickets to her name in the title winning RHF season on 2020, all-rounder Charlie Dean is a serious threat to any side the Vipers play. In 2021, Dean stood out for the Vipers with 14 wickets in eight matches - an eye-catching 5-for against Central Sparks a highlight of her season in a Vipers shirt, as Dean was rewarded for consistent performances with a first England call up, and a central contract in 2022.
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Georgia Elwiss

Georgia Elwiss

All-Rounder
Squad Number: 34
DOB: 31.05.91
Player Style: Right Hand Bat, Right Arm Medium-Fast
Debut: May 2021 v Lightning
Best Performance: 115 v South East Stars (July 2022), 3-16 v Central Sparks (June 2021)
An England player of 10 years, and a member of the 2017 World Cup winning squad, Georgia joined the Vipers from Loughborough Lightning after missing the 2020 season due to injury. She arrived for the 2021 season with a huge wealth of experience, with over 50 international caps to her name, and over 3600 runs and 260 wickets across the formats. Rewards were instant, as she took 15 wickets and scored over 350 runs in 2021, before scoring a career-best 115 in 2022.
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Nancy Harman

Nancy Harman

Bowler
Squad Number: 25
DOB: 11.07.99
Player Style: Right Hand Bat, Right Arm Leg Spin
Debut: May 2022 v Thunder
Best Performance: 2-47 v Lightning (July 2022)
Harman was born in Sussex but played for Lightning before she made the switch back south to the Southern Vipers at the end of the 2021 season. The leg spinner made her Vipers debut in May 2022 in the Charlotte Edwards Cup against Thunder, and picked up her first Vipers wicket against Northern Diamonds at the Riverside on 21st May 2022. She was awarded a pro-contract in April 2023 before her first year-long deal at the end of the season.
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Freya Kemp

Freya Kemp

All-Rounder
Squad Number: 6
DOB: 21.04.05
Player Style: Left Hand Bat, Left Arm Medium
Debut: May 2022 v Thunder
Best Performance: 47 v Western Storm (July 2023), 2-13 v Thunder (May 2022)
Freya Kemp, a talented left-arm quick is already making waves, having been included in the 2019/20 England Academy 12-player list, one of five in the Vipers squad named in John Stanworth’s group with honours ahead. She took more wickets than any Vipers seamer in the 2022 Charlotte Edwards Cup, and was subsequently called up to the England-A squad for their three-day match against South Africa in June 2022 before full international debuts in IT20s and ODIs.
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Charli Knott

Charli Knott

All-Rounder
Squad Number: 88
DOB: 29.11.02
Player Style: Right Hand Bat, Right Arm Off Spin
Debut: TBC
Best Performance: TBC
Charli Knott signed for the Vipers for ten RHFT matches and the whole of the CEC campaign in 2024. She joins after a hugely successful 2023 and winter of 2024, where she was part of Australia A sides to take on England A, helped Queensland reach second place in the WNCL table, and played in the final of the WBBL for Brisbane Heat.
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Ella McCaughan

Ella McCaughan

Batter
Squad Number: 8
DOB: 26.09.02
Player Style: Right Hand Bat, Right Arm Leg Spin
Debut: August 2020 v Sunrisers
Best Performance: 72 v Lightning (July 2022)
Opening batter Ella McCaughan has been ever-present in Vipers colours. Two 50s & five opening stands averaging 80.20 in 2020 indicated promise, and the opener recorded her highest score of 72 for the Vipers in 2022 along with hitting the winning runs in the 2022 CEC final. With three 50s to her name in 2023, with three more scores in the 40s, McCaughan was named the Vipers Young Player of the Year.
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Alice Monaghan

Alice Monaghan

All-Rounder
Squad Number: 20
DOB: 20.03.00
Player Style: Right Hand Bat, Right Arm Medium
Debut: August 2020 v Sunrisers
Best Performance: 34* v Sunrisers (July 2023), 2-19 v South East Stars (Apr 2023)
Alice Monaghan joined the Vipers after a season with Yorkshire Diamonds in 2018, although she is an integral part of Hampshire’s side for the last five years and progressed through the county youth ranks from Under 13s. The all-rounder has been a consistent squad member for the Vipers in recent years, with a career-best season coming in 2023. Monaghan has also played three seasons for the London Spirit in The Hundred.
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Linsey Smith

Linsey Smith

Bowler
Squad Number: 50
DOB: 10.03.95
Player Style: Left Hand Bat, Left Arm Spin Bowler
Debut: August 2016 v Lancashire Thunder
Best Performance: 4-10 v Yorkshire Diamonds (Aug 2016)
Linsey Smith debuted for the Vipers in the 2016 KIA Super League after strong performances for Berkshire before she moved to Sussex in 2017. The left arm spinner continued performing well, and was rewarded with an England cap against Bangladesh in the Three Lions' opening T20 World Cup match. Smith then headed up north to the Yorkshire Diamonds in 2019, and remained part of the Northern Diamonds until the end of 2022 before moving back to the Vipers.
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Rhianna Southby

Rhianna Southby

Wicket-Keeper
Squad Number: 17
DOB: 16.10.00
Player Style: Right Hand Bat, Wicket-Keeper
Debut: April 2023 v Sunrisers
Best Performance: 2c, 2s v Sunrisers (July 2023), 21 v South East Stars (Sept 2023)
Rhianna Southby joined the Vipers from South East Stars from where she spent three years whilst also playing for Surrey, which she has represented since 2016. In her first season at the club, Southby quickly gained a reputation as one of the best keepers on the circuit, with 15 dismissals in 14 RHFT matches. She was part of both squads that completed the historic double in 2023.
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Charlotte Taylor

Charlotte Taylor

Bowler
Squad Number: 26
DOB: 02.02.94
Player Style: Right Hand Bat, Right Arm Off Spin
Debut: September 2020 v South East Stars
Best Performance: 6-34 v Northern Diamonds (September 2020)
The story of the 2020 RHF Trophy, Charlotte Taylor appeared from nowhere to become the star. Drafted in to the squad to play in our third game at Hove, she ended the tournament as the leading wicket-taker with 15 at 10.13 each, a sensational six-wicket haul in the final and her name on everyone’s lips. Taylor remains a crucial part of Southern Vipers' success in the RHF Trophy, with 37 wickets across three years.
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Mary Taylor

Mary Taylor

Bowler
Squad Number: 9
DOB: 07.10.04
Player Style: Right Hand Bat, Right Arm Bowler
Debut: September 2022 v South East Stars
Best Performance: 4-39 v Thunder, Sept 2023
Mary Taylor, twin sister of fellow Sussex player Millie, made an impression in her first senior game for the Vipers whilst she was still in the Academy taking 2-22 on debut in the Eliminator of the 2022 RHFT, helping the Vipers into their third consecutive RHFT Final. She was named in the Vipers 1st XI squad for 2023, and led the team’s pace attack in the absence of England players, and was subsequently handed her first pro contract at the end of the season.
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Finty Trussler

Finty Trussler

Bowler
Squad Number: 18
DOB: 08.05.03
Player Style: Right Hand Bat, Right Arm Leg Spin
Debut: TBC
Best Performance: 41* v Western Storm (August 2020), 3-30 v Sunrisers (May 2021)
Finty Trussler claimed 16 wickets at just 6.50 each in the 2021 T20 Women’s Cup for Hampshire, breaking the record for most wickets in a season. The St Cross Symondians 18-year-old has impressed greatly in the warm-up games for the Vipers, taking 3-30 against Sunrisers at Arundel and with her Hampshire haul, commanded her selection in the 18-player Vipers squad, and was rewarded with her debut for the Vipers in 2022 against Northern Diamonds.
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Emily Windsor

Emily Windsor

Batter
Squad Number: 4
DOB: 14.06.97
Player Style: Right Hand Bat, Right Arm Medium
Debut: August 2020 v Sunrisers
Best Performance: 90 v South East Stars (July 2022)
Emily Windsor is one of five players in the Vipers squad who was a part of the Hampshire side that won the Royal London One-Day Cup in 2018 under coach Charlotte Edwards, and she helped lift the RHF Trophy in 2020, 2021 and 2023, hitting the winning runs in both the 2021 and 2023 editions, both at Northampton. In 2022, she was awarded her first pro contract having scored over 250 runs in the RHFT, the most for the Vipers, and scored three half-centuries in 2023.
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Danni Wyatt

Danni Wyatt

Batter
Squad Number: 28
DOB: 22.04.91
Player Style: Right Hand Bat, Right Arm Off Spin
Debut: August 2017 v Western Storm
Best Performance: 110 v Surrey Stars (August 2019)
A World Cup winner in 2017 and two-time World T20 finalist, Danni is one of the most recognisable women in the game. With over 13,000 runs in her career, including two IT20 centuries, 270 wickets and 158 catches, a two-time KSL runner-up, two-time CEC and three-time RHFT winner with the Vipers, Wyatt will go down in history as one of the greatest batters in England’s history.
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