Former Indian Cricketer: Preeti Dharmanand Dimri

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Former Women Indian Cricketer, Preeti Dharmanand Dimri: Preeti Dimri is popularly known as Dolly. She came into the world on October 18, 1986, in Agra Region. Currently, she is 35 years old. She followed the Left-handed batting style. Further, she followed the bowling style as a Left-arm slow chinaman. She represented India in International tournaments and Domestic tournaments. Preeti established her initial cap in all the three formats designated for International cricket tournaments. The tournament took place for nine days. 

She became part of the Indian team in Two Women’s Test Cricket, nineteen Women One Day Internationals and one Women’s T20I. 

Preeti Dharmanand Dimri
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Interview Of Preeti: Shared Her Experience As A Cricketer 

Preeti Dharmanand Dimri shared that she began playing at an early age. Her mother had a keen interest in sports, she wanted her daughter to accomplish her dream to be in the Sports field. Her Mother got her enrolled in Eklavya Sports Academy located in Agra. She got her initial coaching from MAK Afghani Sir. Her mother was determined to make her a cricketer. However, Preeti Dimri never let her mother down. She pushed herself to her true and effective potential. She started spinning at an early stage. For Instance, her age at that moment was 8 years. 

She even shared her favorite performance during her cricket career. She talked about two performances. First, her match played against England during the 2006 season, she made 5-118 in her test debut at Leicester. Second, she made her comeback in the One Day International series, she made 3-18 in 10 overs. Furthermore, The match she played against England took place in Visakhapatnam. India earned the title during the One Day International series. 

Preeti Dharmanand Dimri: International Opportunities 

Moreover, she earned the opportunity to play in international tournaments. She represented India in the International Tournaments during the 2006-2007 seasons. Preeti Dharmanand Dimri aka Dolly made her test debut in the tournament against England on August 08, 2006. She played the last test series on August 29, 2006, against England. Preeti Dharmanand Dimri gained the opportunity to participate in the One Day International Debut on August 29, 2006, against Ireland. However, she played her last One Day International Debut on March 05, 2007, against England. She made her way through only her T20I debut against England on August 05, 2006.

Domestic Opportunities Earned By Preeti Dharmanand Dimri Aka Dolly

Dolly even represented her team in Domestic tournaments. She played in the teams such as Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Railways and Central Zone while playing in the domestic tournament. Despite her effective performance in the 2008-09 season in Senior Women’s One Day League, she got left behind in the Women’s Cricket World Cup team held in 2009. 

Preeti Dharmanand Dimri
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Career Statistics

As for the Women Test series, she played two matches. Preeti Dimri made 19 runs in the tournament. She maintained an average batting score of 19. Niranjana bowled almost 468 balls. For Instance, she took 5 wickets over the whole match. She maintained a Bowling average of 36.4. 

During her gameplay in Women’s One Day International, she participated in 19 matches. She made 23 runs in the tournament. Preeti Dharmanand Dimri maintained a batting average of 23. She threw 1007 balls in the tournament. She took 21 wickets over the tournament. Preeti Dharmanand Dimri aka Dolly maintained her bowling average of 26.38.   

She played as a team member in the Women’s T20I tournament. Preeti Dharmanand Dimri played only tournament matches. Preeti Dharmanand Dimri threw 24 balls in the tournament. She took over 1 wicket. She nourished the bowling average rate of 19. Accordingly, In total Preeti Dharmanand Dimri took 44 wickets in International Tournaments.   

To Conclude

Preeti Dharmanand Dimri aka Dolly made it through various matches and proved herself over the period. She experienced numerous setbacks but after that, she came back stronger each time. She grabbed numerous opportunities while playing as an India representative. Preeti also performed outstandingly in Domestic tournaments as well. 

Darshan
Darshanhttp://cricketscaffe.com/
There are many sports in the world. Some people likes football, and others likes cricket or basketball. But I love to play cricket because it is a game of gentalman. I am a left-handed batsman and a left-arm orthodox bowler. I played an inter-college tournaments. Also, I represented my college cricket team as vice captain. Ms. Dhoni is my idol, and the Chennai Super Kings are my all-time favourite franchise. 

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