Indian female cricketers
Jhulan’s story started as a little girl who grew up playing cricket with the boys. She was often assigned the job of ‘ball-girl’ who would run and get the ball every time it went far away. Afshan Anjum speaks to the cricketer.
“We couldn’t have exposed any of our cricketers — be it male or female to health risk. It would have been dangerous,” Ganguly said.
Sources have suggested that Shikha and Deepti shall be recommended by BCCI for the Arjuna awards.
Delhi cricketer Soni Yadav is a living example of one just has to have a goal and grind to reach it, and the rest follows.
The BCCI is keen on making women’s IPL a reality, despite the cold response from spectators to the exhibition matches. As…
The Indian women’s cricket team has won the 3-match ODI series with West Indies with a sweeping 3-0 score.
It was an easy match for the Indian women’s cricket team on Thursday as they won over West Indies in the opening…