Anjum Chopra (captain/Air India), Mithali Raj (vice-captain/Railways), Jaya Sharma (Railways), Sunetra Paranjpe (Railways), Neetu David (Railways), Rumeli Dhar (Air India), Reema Malhotra (Delhi), Amita Sharma (Delhi), Nooshin Al-Khadeer (Karnataka), Sulakshana Naik (Railways), Monica Sumra, Bindeshwari Goel (Railways), Hemlata Kala (Railways), Jhulan Goswami (Air India) and Babita Mandilka (Madhya Pradesh). Coach: Tarak Sinha, Manager: Srirupa Bose. Australian selectors named three uncapped players in its 13-member squad. Melissa Bulow (Queensland), all-rounder Kris Britt (ACT/South Australian) and Alex Blackwell (New South Wales) will replace Lisa Keightley, Sally Cooper, Therese McGregor. Australia
: Belinda Clark (Victoria, captain), Karen Rolton (South Australia, vc), Alex Blackwell (New South Wales), Kris Britt (Australian Capital Territory/South Australia), Melissa Bulow (Queensland), Cathryn Fitzpatrick (Victoria), Michelle Goszko (New South Wales), Julie Hayes (New South Wales), Melanie Jones (Victoria), Clea Smith (Victoria), Julia Price (Queensland, wk), Lisa Sthalekar (New South Wales), Emma Twining (New South Wales). Coach: Stephen Jenkin. Assistant coach: Mark Sorrell. Manager: Claire Connolly. Physio: Lisa Ross. Physical conditioning co-ordinator: Sally Bailey.
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Bangalore: India and Australia have named their squads for the four-nation One-day tournament to be held in New Zealand at the end of January. Four of the five top nations in women's cricket - New Zealand, Australia, England and India - will compete in the competition which commences on January 26, with the final scheduled for February 8 at Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln. India has made four changes to its squad that toured England and Ireland in July-August, 2002. Rumeli Dhar (Air India), Reema Malothra (Delhi), Madhya Pradesh's Babita Mandilka and Monica Sumra come in place of Mamatha Maben, Deepa Kulkarni, Sunita Singh and Arundhati Kirkire. Anjum Chopra has been retained captain, with twenty year-old Mithali Raj as her deputy.