Here are the nine girls selected across Sussex Cricket Academy and Emerging Players Programmes

There are four new faces in this year’s intake for the Sussex Cricket Girls’ Academy and Emerging Players Programme (EPP).

Friday, 10th January 2020, 12:07 pm
Updated Friday, 10th January 2020, 12:08 pm
Ella McCaughan

A total of nine girls have been selected for the programme. Cassidy McCarthy and Ella McCaughan return for their second and third years in the Academy respectively. They are joined by Freya Kemp who has progressed from the EPP. Here are the nine players

Freya makes the step up from the EPP to the Academy this winter. The 14-year-old pupil at Bedes School is a left-arm seamer and hard-hitting batter whose promise has also led to her inclusion in the England Womens Academy and the Young Vipers Regional Development Centre.
A 17-year-old right-arm seamer and batter, Cassidy enters her second year on the Academy. She captained Sussexs under-17 national final this summer and was also an integral part of the senior womens side.
The right-hand top order batter and leg-spin bowler has been selected for the England Womens Academy for the second year running and is also part of the Young Vipers Regional Development Centre.
Entering her third year on the EPP, Amie is a left-arm seamer and right-handed batter. She plays club cricket at Bexhill CC and is a pupil at Bexhill College.
Frankie is a 15-year-old right-handed batter and wicketkeeper that captained Sussexs under-15 team in 2019. This is the Ansty CC players second year on the programme.
Selected for the EPP for the first time, the 13-year-old is a right-arm seamer and middle-order batter. Daisy plays club cricket for Bells Yew Green CC and attends Hurstpierpoint College
Also entering her first year on the programme,15-year-old Sophie is a right-arm seamer and batter. She attends Steyning Grammar School and plays for both West Chiltington CC and Ansty CC.
Mary is a 15-year-old all-rounder that bats right handed in the top order and bowls right-arm seam. Mary is a pupil at Bedes School and plays for Eastbourne CC.
Millie is an all-rounder that bats right-handed in the top order and bowls left-arm wrist spin. Like her twin sister, she has also been part of Sussexs pathway since she was an under-10.