WU19 T20 WC final: The washing board made a bat and gave the answer to the boys, today the sixes of the British


Saumya Tiwari is the all-rounder of Team India.
Has done better in the Under 19 World Cup so far

New Delhi. Team India has high hopes from top order batter Soumya Tiwari in the final match against England. Batting at number four in the match against Sri Lanka, Soumya scored 28 runs in 15 balls at a strike rate of 187. It included 5 fours. In the semi-final against New Zealand, Soumya came out to bat at number three after captain Shafali Verma’s wicket fell soon. He handled one end and gave opener batter Shweta Sehrawat the freedom to shoot freely.

Soumya scored 22 runs in 26 balls in the crucial match. While beating the Kiwi bowlers, Shweta hit 61 runs in 45 balls with the help of 10 fours. Team India’s batting all-rounder Saumya, who lives in Bhopal, used to play cricket with laundry washer in her childhood. The people of the locality used to talk about playing near the house, but even stubborn Soumya was not ready to accept.

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Seeing the stubbornness of the daughter, father Manish took her to the cricket academy. But there was another problem here. Only boys used to play in the academy, so the coach flatly refused to train Soumya. Manish persuaded the coach that let him come to the academy for a few days, when he will play with the boys, he will accept defeat and sit at home.

Inter club match played with boys

Soumya started going to the academy. When the boys training there came to know that Soumya is a girl, they started making fun of her. Soumya stood firm in the academy and stopped talking to the boys by taking 2 wickets in an inter club match. 17-year-old Soumya bowls off-spin with the right arm. Along with batting in the top order in the World Cup, she is also bowling.

Tags: Indian Women’s Cricket, Shefali Verma, women cricket

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