Captain, Coach, Chef, Motivational Speaker and a Fighter ft. Mamatha Maben
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by Female Cricket
1y ago
She made her India debut at the age of 22, however, little did she know that it would be a roller coaster ride ahead. Featuring in the World Cup in her very first year, she was dropped immediately after the mega event, only to make a strong comeback after eight and a half years. With the figures of 6 for 10, she holds the record of being the oldest ever female cricketer to take a maiden five-wicket haul in an ODI (at the age of 33 years and 162 days) which is also the best bowling figure for an India woman in the 50-over format. After calling it quits, this Karnataka player entered into coachi ..read more
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India's Flamboyant All-Rounder ft. Smitha Harikrishna
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by Female Cricket
1y ago
Smitha Harikrishna, born and raised in Karnataka and later went on to represent India. She was a right-hand batter and bowled right-arm medium pace. She played 22 ODIs for India and scored 231 runs and took 8 wickets in her career.   In July 2007, Harikrishna coached the United Arab Emirates women's national team at its debut international tournament, the 2007 ACC Women's Tournament.   In this chat, Smitha takes us back to her initial cricket days and gives us more insight from the 2 Cricket World Cup that she was a part of - 1997 and the 2000 World Cup ..read more
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A CA Turned National Cricketer ft. Devieka Palshikar
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by Female Cricket
1y ago
Having played 16 Internationals for India, Devieka couldn't further her playing career owing to a back injury.  2 Years later she came back to contribute to cricket as a Coach. She has coached several teams to success including Assam, Mumbai, and Goa in the domestic circuit.  Devieka also acted as an Assistant Coach and worked with the Indian National and Bangladesh National team ..read more
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India's Original Poster Girl ft. Pramila Bhat
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by Female Cricket
1y ago
In this episode of Female Cricket Podcast,' we have Pramila Bhat who featured in 5 Tests and 22 ODIs for India, revisit memories of her playing days.  Pramila takes us back to the 90s, in her initial cricket days, and then moving further shares some interesting stories from the iconic 1995 Centenary Cup and 1997 Women's World Cup.  A sports fanatic, Pramila took to spin-bowling and managed to take 37 Wickets in her international career.    Now a Full-time Corporate Professional based out of Abu Dhabi, UAE - Pramila follows women's cricket closely and is willing to get back ..read more
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Live Wire of Indian Cricket Team ft. Amita Sharma
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by Female Cricket
1y ago
In this episode of 'Female Cricket Podcast,' we have former Indian cricketer Amita Sharma talk about her cricket journey.  A great all-rounder and an equally talented Prankster, Amita Sharma has several records to her name. Listen to this podcast to know more.  #AmitaSharma ..read more
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A Century of Wickets ft. Nooshin Al Khadeer
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by Female Cricket
1y ago
On this episode of Female Cricket Podcast, we have former India Cricketer Nooshin Al Khadeer grace the show with her cricket journey which began in the late 90s.  Nooshin Al Khadeer has been a regular member of the Indian team since her debut in 2002. An economical bowler who bowled a tight line and length, she had consistently performed well for her country and in 2003 she was ranked No. 1 in the world. Her excellent spells in the 2005 World Cup in South Africa helped India race into the final. She has 100 International Wickets to her name. Having retired in 2012, Nooshin quickly took to ..read more
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Aggressive All-Rounder ft. Soniya Dabir
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by Female Cricket
1y ago
Having played 4 ODIs and 13 T20Is for India, Soniya's International cricket career began in 2010. In her last international match against Pakistan in the T20 World cup 2014, she was awarded 'Player of the Match' trophy.  Soon after her retirement, Soniya took up cricket coaching and is currently nurturing young talents in Pune.   In this chat, Soniya talks about her early cricket days, leading up to Air India days, gives her opinion on Women's IPL, and stresses the importance of having more matches for the Indian girls ..read more
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India's Stylish Southpaw ft. Jaya Sharma
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by Female Cricket
1y ago
Today on the Female Cricket Podcast, we have former India cricketer Jaya Sharma share her cricket journey and experiences.  Having spent over 2 decades playing professional sports, Jaya Sharma was also a part of the Indian Women's team which made history in 2005 be being the Runner-Ups at World Cup 2005 in South Africa.  The southpaw Jaya Sharma is an attacking opening cricketer and reminds one of a young Virender Sehwag.  In this episode, Jaya walks us through her initial days and then emphasises on the importance of mental aspect in any sport. She is currently associated with ..read more
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India's Wicket-Keeping Legend ft. Anju Jain
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by Female Cricket
1y ago
On the Podcast today, we have Anju Jain, the former India wicket-keeper who played 8 Test and 65 ODIs for India. She was also a part. of India team that reached the Finals of Cricket World Cup in 2005.  Post-retirement, Anju has been involved with a lot of coaching stints, including Bangladesh Women's Side. Under her guidance, Bangladesh women's side has made massive strides and continues to progress.  A stalwart, Anju Jain talks about her cricket journey so far, gives her opinion on the Women's IPL, innovations required in women's cricket, the revival of Women's Test and so much mor ..read more
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The Fast but not Furious ft. Jhulan Goswami
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by Female Cricket
1y ago
If you've grown up in this generation watching cricket, chances are that you've at least once stumbled upon the name Jhulan Goswami. Fastest bowler in the women's circuit at the peak of her career, Goswami now sits atop the leading wicket-takers' list in ODI history. From being a ball girl in the '97 World Cup final to traveling 5 hours every day from Chakdaha to Swami Vivekanand Park, its been glorious career spanning over 18 years at the professional level. Those who have seen her from close quarters vouch for the fact that her dedication towards the game, work ethic, and willingness to lear ..read more
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