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Sehrawat named as India’s U-19 Women’s Captain for New Zealand T20Is

Sehrawat named as India’s U-19 Women’s Captain for New Zealand T20Is

Batter Sehrawat will lead India’s U19 Women’s team against New Zealand U-19 women in a five-match T20I series in Mumbai to be played from November 27 to December 6. The series will act as a preparatory ground for India for the inaugural edition of the U-19 Women’s World Cup to be played in Bangladesh in janaury 2023.

One of the top-order batters Sehrawat has led one of the four-team in the U-19 T20 Challenger Trophy which concluded earlier in November. Notably, she was the top run-scorer in the tournament amassing 163 runs in four innings at a strike rate of 111.64 including the highest score of 51. After that Sehrawat topped the run charts & strike rates amassing 164 runs at 151.85 at the U-19 quadrangular series which also featured West Indies, Sri Lanka & two teams from India.

Batter Soumya Tiwari has been named as the vice-captain of India’s 15-member squad announced for the five-match T20I series. She amassed 107 runs in four innings at the Challenger Trophy which is the fourth-best score in the tournament but at a strike rate of 79.25. The squad will also feature Shikha Shallot a middle-order batter whose unbeaten 69 off 49 balls was the highest individual score in the tournament. The top four run-scorers of the Women’s Challenger Trophy all booked a place in the squad comprising G Trisha, Sehrawat & Tiwary.

Hrishita Basu & Nandini Kashyap have been named as Wicket-keepers in India’s U-19 squad. Among the batters who have faced atleast 50 balls in the Challenger Trophy, Basu’s strike rate of 132.25 was the best among all. Their bowling attack comprises three top wicket-takers in face of Archana Devi, Sonam Yadav & Titas Sadhu. Sonam is the top-wicket-taker with seven wickets in four matches at an economy rate of 3.81. Archana second on the list ended her fixture with six scalps. Sadhu on the other hand has represented the senior Bengal Women’s team in the latest Women’s Trophy. She starred by scalping two wickets in four fixtures at an economy of 4.07.

All five fixtures will be played at the Bandra Kurla Complex in Mumbai. Before the India Series, New Zealand will lock horns with West Indies in two T20Is at the DY Patil Stadium in Navi Mumbai, on November 22 and November 24.

India Women U19 Squad

Soumya Tiwari (vice-capt), Shikha Shalot, Shweta Sehrawat (capt), Trisha G, Sonia Mehdiya, Hurley Gala, Nandini Kashyap (wk), Sonam Yadav, Mannat Kashyap, Hrishita Basu (wk), Archana Devi, Parshavi Chopra, Titas Sadhu, Falak Naz, Shabnam MD

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Sehrawat named as India’s U-19 Women’s Captain for New Zealand T20Is
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