While we want to watch our favorite cricket players play all along, they can’t play forever. The stage must be transmitted. But how do we make sure that the stage is moved to safer and more competent hands?
Bangladesh’s tour of India A (Female) of 3 ODIs and 3 T20s has proved to be great players who, after a couple of years of practice, represent India in female cricket. India was a 3-0 victory over the 3-game ODI series. The side of the series showed messy, stubborn, and full results.
Our female cricketers have fought to be what they are today against all odds. Women’s Cricket certainly wasn’t big in India, but it was done and made big by our female cricketers.
Present your famous Indian Crickets, what they were at the start, and now.
Women best performers
The keeper-batswoman is 23 years of age. She’s a handy batter of top quality who won 51 against Bangladesh, not in 1st ODI. She is known as a female cricket MS Dhoni. Its One Day total matches – 31: 407, Highest Score-74.
Hhe’s got 40 ODIs on average. She’s a robust right-hand batter with good tactical knowledge. Her overall matches for One Day – 36, she scored 726, Wickets-25.
Team captain, this all-rounder is 70.41 hit. The batswoman from the left scored 42 runs, taking 2 wickets to Bangladesh for the second of the ODI series. In Sri Lanka, she is also the captain of the Asia Emerging Cup. She also participated in the 2018 T20 World Cup team. In both the bat and the ball, she is a crucial cog in the squad. The strong bowling attack which dismantled Bangladesh the entire series. Minnu Mani, Manali Dakshini, TP Kanwar, and Captain Devika were among the bowling attacks. Bangladesh, thanks to the Indian heavy bowling attack, was in the second ODI on 19 with 5 wickets down.
TP Kanwar is made up of a total of 151 wickets for the ODI in Minnu Mani. Besides Nuzhat Parveen, S. Machan, Devika Vaidya and Tanushree Sarkar are also top-class batswomen.
The 15 women team
- Tejal Hasabnis,
- Devika Vaidya (c),
- Nuzhat Parveen (wk),
- Yastika Bhatia,
- Sushree Dibyadarshini,
- Tanushree Sarkar,
- Minnu Mani,
- K Sharma Singh,
- Rashi Kanojia,
- Anjali Sarwani,
- Manali Dakshini,
- Simran Dil Bahadur.
Many of the current team comes from small towns and villages, and the fact that India has become an international representation indicates that for these women nothing has been impossible. You inspire someone who has no sufficient resources. They are an inspiration. These women encourage girls to pursue sports, regardless of their challenges.
They finished as the second-best of their time at the T20 World Cup Tournament, but it was the popularity and fan they gave this country, which the female cricket was worth, but they never really got.
We know a great deal today about women’s cricket, people weren’t paying much attention to it a few years ago. To try something unconventional demands a lot of self-confidence, perseverance, and the will to never give up. The Indian female team today has some of the world’s best cricketers.