Women’s Big Bash League : Team India’s male players are not allowed to play in T20 leagues in other countries. However, female players are allowed. Captain Harmanpreet Kaur of Team India Women’s T20 has benefited from this.
Mumbai, Nov 24: Team India’s male players are not allowed to play in T20 leagues in other countries. However, female players are allowed. Captain Harmanpreet Kaur of Team India Women’s T20 has benefited from this. Harmanpreet has been named the Player of the Tournament for the Women’s Big Bash (WBBL) this season. She is the first Indian to win this award.
Women’s Big Bash League : Harmanpreet scored 399 runs at an average of 66.50 in the 2021 season while playing for the Melbourne Renegades. She also took 15 wickets at an average of 20.40. She has also hit three half-centuries with a strike rate of 135.25. Herman’s highest score to date in the tournament is 81 not out. The Melbourne team has reached the play-offs and its next match will be on Thursday. With Melbourne winning the match, the team will play the final against Perth Scouts on November 29.
Herman has also been included in the women’s team for the tournament. Everyone knows Harman’s batting. But this season, after the leg-spinner Georgia Wareham was injured, she has also done well in bowling. She is the only Indian to be selected in the team this season. Even Smriti Mandhana, who scored a century in this tournament, did not get a place in this team.
Harmanpreet Kaur is the captain of Team India’s T20 team. Team India has played T20 World Cup under Harman’s captaincy. Herman has scored 2307 runs at an average of 26.51 in 120 T20 Internationals. This includes six half-centuries and one century. 103 is her highest score.