women in cricket
Budding cricketer Riyan Parag has revealed that he tried to copy left-hander Smriti Mandhana’s style of batting.
Cricket is truly welcoming to everyone, you can get involved you just have to take the first step, says Shruti Saujani.
Cricketer Harpreet Sran reveals how she balances her passion for the game with bringing up two little kids.
“They used to tell my dad “She’s a girl, why are you making her play? There’s no career ahead”. My dad stood up for me even if it meant separating from them.”
Meet Tanuja Kanwar, the Shimla born bowler, all set to become an emerging woman cricketer to watch out for.
Seventeen-year-old Radha Yadav will script history by becoming the first player from Gujarat to make her debut in the Indian women’s team in the…
Indian cricketer Rajeshwari Gayakwad on Tuesday rejected the Karnataka government’s gift of a mid-segment car. Gayakwad said her family needs a…
Cricket, for very long, has been considered a “Gentleman’s game”. The dynamic becomes more interesting in India where people look…
Year 2016 has proved to be remarkable for India’s T20 captain Harmanpreet Kaur. Kaur became the first cricketer from the country — male or female — to play in Australia’s Big Bash League.
The 27 year old all rounder has been slowly and steadily coming out of the shadows
What kind of media coverage can the women’s team expect?