India Women

Anjum Chopra: Former Ladies Cricket Legend

Anjum Chopra, a cricket commentator, former cricketer, and captain of India's national women's cricket team, primarily played cricket at a very young age.

Women’s Cricket Legend: Purnima Rau

Purnima Rau played almost all of her ODI innings within the middle order and bowled right-arm off-spin. She captained Air India in Indian domestic women's cricket. Rau headed the Indian team in 3 Test matches and eight ODI matches

Neetu David, Chairperson of BCCI Selection Committee. The Queen Shapes the Future.

Neetu David is currently the chairperson of BCCI for the women’s selection committee. The 'queen shapes the future', is a statement by many for Neetu. She has been a brilliant and hard-working player on and off the field. Recently, Neetu David could be seen making it to the breaking news, thanks to the rising controversies. Nevertheless, before anything let’s know something about her career from the beginning.

Shubhangi Kulkarni: The 3rd Indian Women Cricketer Recipient Of Arjuna Award And An Amazing Path Finder Of Women’s Cricket

Shubhangi Kulkarni is an Indian Cricketer who became part of Indian Women’s national cricket team. As for batting style, she follows the right-handed batting style. However, she follows a Leg-spinner bowling style. She entered the International tournament by making her international debut in the month of January, 1978. The tournament took place against New Zealand. 

Veda Krishnamurthy: 3rd Women Cricketer To Walk The Pitch Of Big Bash League. Know All About The Exquisite Gem Here.

Veda Krishnamurthy is an Indian cricketer. She played her debut in international cricket at the age of 18 against England Women's team on 30 June 2011. Furthermore, Krishnamurthy went on to attain 51 runs in her ODI international debut. She may be a right-handed batter and bowls right-arm leg break.
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Anjum Chopra: Former Ladies Cricket Legend

Anjum Chopra, a cricket commentator, former cricketer, and captain of India's national women's cricket team, primarily played cricket at a very young age.

Women’s Cricket Legend: Purnima Rau

Purnima Rau played almost all of her ODI innings within the middle order and bowled right-arm off-spin. She captained Air India in Indian domestic women's cricket. Rau headed the Indian team in 3 Test matches and eight ODI matches

Neetu David, Chairperson of BCCI Selection Committee. The Queen Shapes the Future.

Neetu David is currently the chairperson of BCCI for the women’s selection committee. The 'queen shapes the future', is a statement by many for Neetu. She has been a brilliant and hard-working player on and off the field. Recently, Neetu David could be seen making it to the breaking news, thanks to the rising controversies. Nevertheless, before anything let’s know something about her career from the beginning.

Shubhangi Kulkarni: The 3rd Indian Women Cricketer Recipient Of Arjuna Award And An Amazing Path Finder Of Women’s Cricket

Shubhangi Kulkarni is an Indian Cricketer who became part of Indian Women’s national cricket team. As for batting style, she follows the right-handed batting style. However, she follows a Leg-spinner bowling style. She entered the International tournament by making her international debut in the month of January, 1978. The tournament took place against New Zealand. 

Veda Krishnamurthy: 3rd Women Cricketer To Walk The Pitch Of Big Bash League. Know All About The Exquisite Gem Here.

Veda Krishnamurthy is an Indian cricketer. She played her debut in international cricket at the age of 18 against England Women's team on 30 June 2011. Furthermore, Krishnamurthy went on to attain 51 runs in her ODI international debut. She may be a right-handed batter and bowls right-arm leg break.

Challuru Prathyusha: 22 Year Old Power House And An Exquisite Wicket Marvel

Indian Women Cricketer, Challuru Prathyusha is one of the youngest members of the team. Her ideology is that consistency is the key to success. The young team player is just 23 years old. Challuru Prathyusha belongs to the state of Karnataka. She is indeed an inspiration for all the women in the world.
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