The Women’s Big Bash League is being promoted in India by Melbourne Stars. By pitch, Jemimah Rodrigues is out.
for the Women’s Big Bash League’s eighth season. Melbourne Stars announced on Tuesday that they had acquired Indian batter Jemimah Rodrigues (WBBL).
The Women’s Big Bash League’s Melbourne Stars revealed on Tuesday that they have signed Indian hitter Jemimah Rodrigues for the forthcoming campaign (WBBL). The Stars face the Melbourne Renegades across town, and the 22-year-old made 333 runs with a strike rate above 116 while playing for them. “I am beyond pleased to be a member of the Stars family,” Jemimah said in a statement.
It is an honor for me to sign with the Stars as they claim that I am the first Indian player to do so.
My favorite Australian city has always been Melbourne, so I’m excited to go back there, she said.
The Mumbai-born athlete is the third to sign a contract for the WBBL 8 after Indian skipper Harmanpreet Kaur and Pooja Vastrakar (Melbourne Renegades). She is also the first Indian woman to play cricket for the Stars (Brisbane Heat).
Jemimah competed in the Indian team that won silver at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham as a result. Jemimah made her acting debut in India in 2018 at the age of 17. Since then, she has taken part in 21 ODIs and 58 T20 Internationals.
After finishing her stint as India’s representative at the Asia Women’s Cup, Jemihah will join the Stars team. The event will be held in Bangladesh from October 1 to October 16.
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