Before Sachin Tendulkar scored the first double century in men’s ODI’s, it was Belinda Clark who scored the first-ever in limited-overs cricket.
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.
“It feels great to know that Vrinda and I have been inducted into the ICC’s development panel.” – Janani
To all the girls who wish to play cricket, Punam thinks that seriousness and dedication are the eminent factors. She feels everyone should give their best at a certain phase in life
The match was of 10 overs which implemented all international rules and regulations and was officiated by professional umpires.
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“To be selected in the international panel by the ICC is a huge honour for me as it opens up new avenues.” – GS Lakshmi
When Deepti speaks, you realise how much she understands, not just the game, but also why things happen the way they do. She attributes her success to the process that she has put in place.
Vaidya isn’t even 23. To hspeaks about the various setbacks, health and otherwise, that have hampered her over the past 12 to 18ave such understanding shows she is mature beyond her years – something that comes to light when she months.
A former England schoolgirls and England Academy captain, Luff hails from a family steeped in West Country cricket. Her talent for scoring runs and bringing the best out of young players has been rewarded in the last two years with the Somerset captaincy.
Working together was something that became an essential part of Zimbabwe’s new culture. They understood the need for the entire team to be pulling in the same direction if they wished to reach greater heights.
“I’m finally really enjoying my cricket. I feel like I’ve matured as a person and as a cricketer and I can just go out there and know exactly what my game is,” says Australian cricketer Alyssa Healy.