Indian women cricketers
Delhi cricketer Simran Bahadur speaks about her love for the sport, her supportive family and what keeps her motivated.
I think it is my responsibility as a daughter to lend a helping hand. In fact, it makes me feel proud, said Rashmi Gudia.
The 43-year old hung up her boots in 2012, after an illustrious career spanning 127 ODI’s, 18 T20I’s and 12 Test Matches in the Blues for India.
I have worked hard from the very beginning and my family has also supported me throughout, said Deepti Sharma.
She performed magnificently in all the competitions and made her way to the Indian side and was eventually leading it. What’s her journey like? Take a look
Sthalekar is also the first female cricketer to grab the feat of having thousand one day International runs and a hundred wickets.
He made the entire nation believe that it’s possible to win a match from any situation by staying as cool as ice. – Former Indian cricketer Soniya Dabir writes a tribute to captain cool MS Dhoni.
The pandemic may have brought on dark and grim days for women’s cricket. However, considering the wealth of talent in the women’s game, they are sure to bounce back.
Anuja Patil speaks with Female Cricket on cricket, life, struggles, movies, and her journey so far.
24-year old Sharanya Sadarangani serves on her German cricket team as wicketkeeper, and has previously played with Indian women cricketers in U19 cricket in Bangalore.
Mithali has said that after featuring in 5 50-over world cups, not having a trophy in the cabinet really hurts.
Budding cricketer Riyan Parag has revealed that he tried to copy left-hander Smriti Mandhana’s style of batting.