Alice Davidson-Richards is hoping this summer’s Hundred with the Northern Superchargers can play a significant part in her push for higher honours.

The all-rounder from Kent is back in the ‘Yorkshire set-up’ having been announced as a Supercharger earlier this week.

ADR, as she is widely known, played four Kia Super League campaigns as a Yorkshire Diamond between 2016-2019.

With a father from Leeds and her University days spent in God’s Own County, she feels right at home up North and is delighted to be back.

“I do spend a fair amount of time up there in Yorkshire,” she said. “But this is the longest time that I haven’t been back (due to Covid lockdowns).”

Aged 26, Davidson-Richards, a middle order bat and a canny medium pacer, has brief senior England experience, having played one one-day international and five T20s in 2018 – all on tour in India.

It is something she obviously wants another taste of. And with a busy couple of years ahead for England, this is the ideal time to shine.

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