10 Youngest And Most Glamorous Women Cricketers In India

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The India women’s national cricket team is the most successful women’s cricket team in Asia. They are Women in Blue a thorough winner of the Women’s Asia Cup except in 2018. Team India made its Test debut in 1976 and ODI debut at the 1978 World Cup. They have also played ODI World Cup finals two times in 2005 and 2017.

Sandhya Agarwal (1984-1995) has the record for making the highest Test runs 1110. She made this huge score in just 13 Tests at an average of 50.45. Diana Edulji (1976-1993) holds the record for taking the highest Test wickets. She took 63 wickets in 20 Tests at an average of 25.77.

But here we’ll list the most glamorous cricketers of Women in Blue

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1. Jemimah Rodrigues

Born: 5 September 2000, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

Active: 2018-present

Batting: Right-handed

Bowling: Right-arm off break

Height: 1.60 m (5 feet 2 inches)

Weight: 126 lbs (57 kg)

Eye Color: Black

Hair Color: Black

Jemimah Rodrigues is a multitalented player. She is a cricketer and plays hockey as well. In 2018, BCCI awarded her the Jagmohan Dalmiya Award presented for Best Domestic Junior Women’s Cricketer. In the same year, she was selected for the 2018 ICC Women’s World Twenty20 tournament.

2. Harleen Deol

Born: 21 June 1998, Chandigarh, India

Active: 2019-present

Batting: Right-handed

Bowling: Right-arm leg break

Height: 1.62 m (5 feet 3 inches)

Weight: 122 lbs (55 kg)

Eye Color: Brown

Hair Color: Natural Black

Harleen Deol is good at batting but she can also bowl over any batsman whenever needed. She made her ODI debut in 2019 against England and got selected for Team India for the 2020 ICC Women’s T20 World Cup in Australia. Presently she has 2M followers on Instagram.

3. Tania Bhatia

Born: 28 November 1997, Chandigarh, India

Active: 2011-present

Batting: Right-handed

Position: Wicketkeeper

Height: 1.52 m (5 feet)

Weight: 121 lbs (55 kg)

Eye Color: Black

Hair Color: Black

Tania Bhatia is a wicketkeeper-batsman who represents Punjab in domestic cricket. In 2018, she joined Team India for the 2018 ICC Women’s World Twenty20 tournament in the West Indies, and in the same year, the International Cricket Council (ICC) named her as one of the five breakout stars in women’s cricket. She was also a part of Team India for the 2020 ICC Women’s T20 World Cup in Australia.

4. Priya Punia

Born: 6 August 1996, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India

Active: 2013-present

Batting: Right-handed

Bowling: Right-arm medium

Height: 1.63 m (5 feet 4 inches)

Weight: 126 lbs (57 kg)

Eye Color: Black

Hair Color: Black 

Priya Punia is a rising star of Women in Blue. She is a prolific batsman and a reliable pillar of Team India batting. She made her ODI debut in 2019 against South Africa and surprised everyone with her aggressive batting style. Her ODI score is 175 runs in 5 ODI at an average of 43.75. Also, she has a huge 559K following on Instagram.

5. Smriti Mandhana

Born: 18 July 1996, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

Active: 2010-present

Batting: Left-handed

Bowling: Right-arm off break

Height: 1.63 m (5 feet 4 inches)

Weight: 121 lbs (55 kg)

Eye Color: Black

Hair Color: Black

Smriti Mandhana is a proud member of Team India and she also plays for Royal Challengers Bangalore in the Women’s Premier League (WPL). In 2018, she was named ‘the Best Women’s International Cricketer’ by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). Also, she’s 7.8M followers on her Insta page.

6. Veda Krishnamurthy

Born: 16 October 1992, Kaduru, Karnataka, India

Active: 2011-2020

Batting: Right-handed

Bowling: Right-arm leg break

Height: 1.65 m (5 feet 5 inches)

Weight: 121 lbs (55 kg)

Eye Color: Black

Hair Color: Black

Veda Krishnamurthy played her first ODI against England at the age of 18 and surprised everyone by making 51 runs in her debut match. Since then she became a trustworthy member of Women in Blue. She has 953K followers on Instagram.

7. Mona Meshram

Born: 30 September 1991, Amravati, India

Active: 2012-present

Batting: Right-handed

Bowling: Right-arm medium

Height: 1.70 m (5 feet 6 inches)

Weight: 132 lbs (60 kg)

Eye Color: Black

Hair Color: Black

Mona Meshram stunned everyone with her prolific performance in junior cricket where she made 623 including one century and five half-centuries in just 8 matches. BCCI also selected her for the M.A. Chidambaram Award for the best Junior lady cricketer of the 2010–11 season. She also played the final match of the 2017 Women’s Cricket World Cup at Lords, England.

8. Harmanpreet Kaur

Born: 8 March 1989, Moga, Punjab, India

Active: 2009-present

Batting: Right-handed

Bowling: Right-arm off break

Height: 1.60 m (5 feet 3 inches)

Weight: 119 lbs (54 kg)

Eye Color: Black

Hair Color: Black

Harmanpreet Kaur is the proud recipient of the Arjuna Award for Cricket in the year 2017. She heads Team India in all formats and plays as an all-rounder. She has made 3322 runs including 5 centuries and 17 half centuries in 124 ODIs. She also commands 2M followers on Instagram.

9. Neha Tanwar

Born: 11 August 1986, Delhi, India

Active: 2004-2011

Batting: Right-handed

Bowling: Right-arm off break

Height: 1.70 m (5 feet 7 inches)

Weight: NA

Eye Color: Black

Hair Color: Black

Neha Tanwar was first seen in domestic cricket in 2004 and she kept playing for domestic teams until 2011 when she was taken into the national team for batting. She strengthened Team India with her excellent batting stance and scored runs.

10. Mithali Raj

Born: 3 December 1982, Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India

Active: 1999-2022

Batting: Right-handed

Bowling: Right-arm leg break

Height: 1.63 m (5 feet 4 inches)

Weight: 123 lbs (56 kg)

Eye Color: Black

Hair Color: Black

Mithali Raj is considered one of the greatest women cricketers of all time due to her contribution to the game. She led Women in Blue from 2004-2022 and received seven awards including Arjuna Award (2003) and Padma Shri (2015). Also, she holds the record for the highest runs in ODI. She scored 7805 runs in 232 matches.

Conclusion

Women cricketers are good athletes and models as well. They play well on the ground and look charming on the stage. These are the young and glamorous female cricketers and they know how to win games and steal the limelight. They are doing well both in sports and media. Also, it won’t be a surprise if one of them becomes an actress.