Priyanka Roy

Team India national women's cricket team India national women's cricket team
Born Mar 2, 1988
Nationality India India
Team History
India national women's cricket team India national women's 2008 - present

Priyanka Roy is a member of teams like India Women and India Under-21s Women. Basically, she is a higher middle order batsman. She bats right handedly and bowls legbreak bowling.

Roy debuted in ODIs against Sri Lanka Women on 3rd May 2008 at Dambulla (Rangiri Dambulla International Stadium). She was allocated the No. 5 batting spot where she faced 67 deliveries and scored 44 runs with the aid of 4 boundaries. She was not given an opportunity to bowl. One batsman got run out due to the efforts of Roy. This match was won by India Women by 29 runs.

In the ICC Women’s World Cup in 2009, Roy played against Australia Women in the 3rd place play-off match. She bowled 5 overs, none of which were maidens, conceded 21 runs and picked up 2 wickets. The No. 6 batting slot was allotted to her where she was clean bowled on 6 runs off 19 deliveries after she had hit 1 boundary. India Women won this match by 3 wickets with 13 deliveries remaining by Duckworth-Lewis method.

Career Highlights

Priyanka Roy has played in 17 ODIs in which she has accrued 182 runs with 44 as her highest score. Her batting strike rate was 46.90 and batting average was 14.00. She has smashed 20 fours and has taken 4 catches. 12 dismissals have been made by her in 332 balls while giving away 222 runs. Her economy rate was 4.01, bowling strike rate was 27.6 and bowling average was 18.50.

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