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Women’s IPL- Indian Domestic Players and Stats

Here are some players with good T20 records, apart from familiar names who have been a part of India’s T20I or ODI in recent times (read from 2017). I have included players who had played for India before 2017 as well. A few players I enjoyed watching, following. Watch this space, I will be adding more as the days goes.

Kiran Navgire– Maharashtra (14 inns, 134 runs, 139.58 strike-rate)

In the recent Warriors Women Premier League, Feb 2021, she had 202 runs from 5 innings while playing for Simha Warriors, had a strike-rate of 202 with 12 sixes and 27 fours.

Shivali Shinde- Maharashtra (33 innings, 519 runs, 97 strike-rate, 37 stumpings)

In the recent season of Inter-state women T20 competition, she had a ton, scored 277 runs from 11 innings with a strike-rate close to 105.

In the same Warriors Women’s Premier League in Feb 2021, she had 194 runs with an average close to 98 and strike-rate close to 156.

Jincy George- Kerala (60 innings, 934 runs, 76.93 strike-rate, 12 wickets)

A well-known from Kerala, Jincy George once ended up picking all 10 wickets in an under-19 30-over match in 2007/2008.

Tejal Hasabnis- Maharasthra (34 innings, 639 runs, 100.15 strike-rate, 13 wickets)

The 23-year-old played in the Women’s T20 Quadrangular Series recently and had a couple of cameos there as well.

Recently, while playing for Rising Mumbai franchise, she had 95 from 3 matches with a strike-rate close to 160. While playing for HP Royal Cricket franchise, she had 121 from 3 innings with a strike-rate over 183.

Minnu Mani- Kerala (20 innings, 195 runs, 69.64 SR, 22 wickets)

Minnu Mani’s journey is already an inspiration. Her father is a daily wager and she hails from tribal community of Kurichia in Kerala.

She is one of the two players to have 100-plus runs and 10-plus wickets in this year’s Senior One-day Trophy.

In the Nippon Cup, she had 118 runs and 6 wickets recently.

K Rakshitha- Karnataka (65 innings, 885 runs, 82.78 SR, 30 wickets)

Yet another big name in domestic cricket, Rakshitha was the leading wicket-taker in the recently concluded T20 Nippon Cup.

Nupur Kohale- Vidarbha (20 innings, 154 runs, 110 SR, 41 wickets)

She is one of the leading wicket-takers of the on-going Senior One-Day Trophy, has 15 wickets from 5 matches.

Indrani Roy- Jharkhand (16 innings, 274 runs, 82.77SR)

She is the current leading run-scorer of Senior One-Day Trophy at the moment.

Sabbhineni Meghana- Railways (63 innings, 1119 runs, 94.51SR, 30W)

Yet another well-known name in the list. She was the leading run-scorer in the recent T20 Quadrangular Series with 102 runs from 3 innings.

Tanuja Kanwar– HP (35 innings, 418 runs, 117.74SR, 71W)

C Jhansi Lakshmi- Andhra (42 innings, 570 runs, 87.69 SR, 48W with 2 five-wicket haul)

Sneh Rana- Railways (57 Innings, 666 runs, 89.27SR, 75W with 2 five-wicket haul)

She has represented India in both T20Is and ODIs. She has picked 15 wickets from 5 matches in on-going Senior on-day trophy.

Swagatika Rath– Railways (43 Innings, 658 runs, 110.03 SR, 57 Wickets)

She has represented India in both ODIs and T20Is in 2013. One thing I remember from her interview in 2013 is that she was one of the very few cricketers to talk about Women’s IPL at that time. She called for full-fletched WIPL in 2013. Look where we are now!

Buley Ruchita- Mizoram (Yet to play T20s)

She is one of the leading run-scorers in on-going One-Day Senior Trophy. In the local T20 tournament that happened in Feb 2021, she had 71 runs from 3 innings with a strike-rate just above 110.

G Divya- Karnataka (47 innings, 558 runs, 79.48SR, 9 wickets)

Yet another well-known name in domestic circuit, G Divya is in excellent form at the moment, was the leading run-scorer of T20 Nippon Cup with 276 runs from 7 matches with a strike-rate close to 126.

Amanjit Kour- Chandigarh (8 innings, 219 runs, 79.92SR, 2 Wickets)

She recently led her team to a massive win over Maharashtra in Senior One-Day Trophy.

Sarika Koli- Sikkim (20 innings, 358 runs, 94.70SR, 10 Wickets)

A couple of years ago, in T20 UWCL Women’s cricket tournament, she had 365 runs from 4 innings with a strike-rate close to 176.

91(61), 102(69), 160(67)

Ramya Suresh– Karnataka (NA)

In 2014, she smashed 245*(108) while batting for Vultures CC.

She has represented Karnataka regularly, in January’s TTC Women’s cricket championship, she had 162 runs from 5 innings with a strike-rate close to 149.

Mukta Ravindra Magre– Maharashtra (30 innings, 432 runs, 24 wickets)

While playing for HP Royal Cricket Academy, she recently scored 228 runs from 4 innings with a strike-rate close to 137.

Disha Kasat- Vidarbha (33 innings, 718 runs, 87.66SR, 9W)

She has two fifties and a ton in T20s, 113*(63) with 15 fours and a six

Jasia Akhtar- Punjab (36 innings, 965 runs, 110.28SR)

In 2017 edition of CM’s Women’s T20 Premier League, she had 279 runs from 5 innings with strike rate close to 196

Sunanda Yetrekar- Goa (57 innings, 785 runs, 56 wickets)

SM Rane– Goa (38 matches, 31 wickets, 4 economy rate)

S Anusha- Tamil Nadu (26 innings, 247 runs, 8W)

Recently, while playing for University of Madras, she scored 75-ball ton in an one-day match.

Mamatha Kishan Kanojia- Hyderabad (71 inns, 1471 runs, 7 fifties)

SB Keerthana- Tamil Nadu (21 matches, 22 wickets, 154 runs)

She has highest score of 61 from just 45 deliveries.

JB Jadeja- Saurashtra (53 innings, 961 runs, 11 wickets)

She has 104* from 64 deliveries

Rubia Syed- J & K (35 innings, 444 runs, 19 wickets)

She has 261 runs from 6 outings with a strike-rate of 104.81 in the on-going Senior One-Day Trophy

Neha Chavda- Saurashtra (54 innings, 54 wickets, 4.89 economy rate)

Neelam Bisht- Punjab (27 innings, 226 runs, 104.14SR, 30W)

In 2017 edition of CM’s women’s T20 Premier League, she had 189 runs from 4 innings with strike-rate of 148.82.

Linthoingambi Rajkumari- Manipur (NA)

Shrayosi Pranay Aich- Bengal (23 matches, 27 wickets, 5 economy rate)

Mouchaity Bimal Debnath- (40 innings, 759 runs, 29 stumpings)

In Women’s T20 inter-state competition 2019/2020, she had 137 runs from 4 innings with a strike-rate close to 108.

Monika Das- Assam (61 matches, 47 wickets, 598 runs)

In Women’s T20 inter-state competition 2019/2020, she had 131 from 4 innings with a strike-rate close to 134 and also had 2 wickets.

Nidhi BuleyJharkhand (61 matches, 92 wickets, 434 runs, 5.21 economy rate)

-Has represented India in both Tests and ODIs.

Suman Gulia- Haryana (24 matches, 14 wickets, 190 runs, 5.2 economy rate)

-Has 10 wickets from 5 outings in this year’s one-day competition.

Ashwani Kumari- Jharkhand (Yet to play T20s)

-Has 97 from 3 including fifty in on-going one-day competition.

Her strike-rate in the tournament is 149.23

In recent Jharkhand T20 league, she had 117 runs from 6 innings with a strike-rate of 156

Mita Paul- Bengal (11 innings, 12 wickets, 4.08 economy rate, 122 runs)

–Has 156 from 5 outings in this year’s one-day competition with a strike-rate close to 85.

Shweta Mane- Railways (52 innings, 563 runs, 96.56 SR, 26W)

-Has 126 runs from 3 innings in this year’s one-day competition with a strike-rate close to 125.

Nishu Choudary- UP (52 Innings, 669 runs, 96SR, 14 Wickets)

-Has 108 runs from 5 innings in this year’s one-day competition with a strike-rate close to 124.

S Sajana- Kerala (46 innings, 589 runs, 39W, 91.45SR, 4.3 Economy rate)

Saima Thakor- Mumbai (9 innings, 11 wickets, 4.29 economy rate)

Sneha Deepthi– Andhra, currently Railways age cricket (She has 3 50s in T20s)

-was the then youngest to represent India in T20Is,

-She scored 203* in a senior district one-day match in 2013. In 2015, she scored 350 in the North Zone inter-district tournament.

Mansi Patil- Have represented Mumbai in Age cricket- NA

She is the leading run-scorer of Mumbai’s Late Arjun Madhavi Women’s Trophy 2021 (25ov) this year. Had 192 runs from 4 innings with a strike-rate close to 141.

Sejal Raut- Mumbai (7 innings, 81 runs, 111SR)

Sanika Chalke- Mumbai (yet to play)

A player for the future. She is just 15 and has debuted for Mumbai in List-A cricket. A good all-rounder, has been making turn since she won Player of the tournament in Under-12 Boys tournament while representing Boys CC in 2017. Then in 2019, In one of the matches in Manoramabai Apte U-16 girls cricket tournament, she smashed 101* from 69 balls while batting for Mulund. The team scored just 135 and the rest 34 of them came in extras. She then returned to grab six wickets to help her team win.

In the same year, she helped her school Sri Ma Vidhyalaya to win Kalyan Premier League by scoring 70 from 47 deliveries. Recently, in Late Arjun Madhavi Trophy, she had 113 runs from 3 innings with a strike-rate close to 112.

Priti Yadav- MP(17 innings, 216 runs, 105.88SR, 10W)

Saee Kiran Purandare- Meghalaya (8 innings, 125 runs, 6 stumpings)

She is yet another well-known name here. In the recent TTC Women’s Cricket Championship 2021(25-30 over), she had 203 runs including 173 from 93 deliveries.

Preeti Bose- Railways (63 matches, 79 wickets, 4.33 economy rate)

Has represented India in both ODIs and T20Is. In one of the unofficial One-day match of Australia-A tour of India, she top-scored with 60* and took the team from 35-5 to 180. She also had 3 wickets in that match.

Humaira Kazi- Mumbai (27 innings, 322 runs, 97.57SR, 22W)

Fatima Jaffer- Mumbai (19 matches, 24 wickets, 4.07 Economy rate)

Yes, she is related to Wasim Jaffer.

Tushi Shah- Mumbai (yet to play)

She was in the Mumbai’s under-19 squad for last year’s Tournament which was postponed due to pandemic.

She helped Columbia School to win Girls’ U-16 finals of the Mumbai leg of Mumbai Indians Junior 2020. She scored 82 from just 57 deliveries.

Sonali Hembram- Odisha (yet to play)

She represented Odisha in Under-19. In 2018 Under-19 Inter-state T20 competition, her figures were- 1/1, 1/2, 1/2, 3/13, 0/14, 0/15, 4/2, 1/7, 2/24, 2/9, 0/14.

She had 9 wickets from 9 innings in recent Odisha T20 Trophy.

**More to follow.

Most of the Stats are from Cricket Archive.

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