England Women at the Women's Premier League

A round-up of how our Women's players have got on at the inaugural Women's Premier League in India.

With the conclusion of the inaugural Women's Premier League in India, we take a look at how our seven England Women's stars performed.

Nat Sciver-Brunt and Issy Wong were part of the Mumbai Indians side who took the title, both making significant contributions in the final.

Sciver-Brunt's 60 not out guides Mumbai in their chase after Wong took three wickets to restrict Delhi Capitals with the bat.

Wong also shone in the eliminator as she took a hat-trick to help send her side into the final.

Nat Sciver-Brunt - Mumbai Indians (£320,000)

Just like when she plays for England Nat has shone with bat and ball throughout the WPL. Batting at three for Mumbai Indians she has hit 260 runs so far and took nine wickets.

Sophie Ecclestone - UP Warriorz (£180,000)

14 wickets with the ball during the group stage saw Ecclestone wear the Purple Cap. She has also contributed with the bat getting her UP Warriorz side over the line on several occasions.

Alice Capsey - Delhi Capitals (£75,000)

Regular, quick-scoring contributions in a star-studded batting line-up for Capsey. She started the tournament batting at 5 but has since moved up to her usual number 3 position where she has looked in imperious form.

In Delhi Capital’s final group game against UP Warriorz, Capsey took 3-26 and scored 34 to guide her side to the final.

Sophia Dunkley - Gujarat Giants (£60,000)

Sophia Dunkley played six games for Gujarat in the competition hitting 121 runs and a top-score of 65. Similar to the T20 World Cup Dunkley had an incredibly high strike-rate with the bat of 175.36

Heather Knight - Royal Challengers Bangalore (£40,000)

The England captain's franchise were knocked out in the group stage. Knight played eight games for RCB, hitting 135 runs at an average of 22.5, like Dunkley she scored her runs quickly with a strike rate of 140.62. She also took four wickets.

Lauren Bell - UP Warriorz (£30,000)

Lauren Bell did not feature for the UP Warriorz in the competition.

Issy Wong - Mumbai Indian (£30,000)

Issy featured in every Mumbai game and stole the show with an incredible hat-trick in the eliminator. She has also impressed with the bat, hitting the first ball she faced in the tournament for six. She also took a wicket with the second ball she bowled for Mumbai.