Anagha Deshpande

Team India national women's cricket team India national women's cricket team
Role Wicket Keeper
Born Nov 19, 1985
Nationality India India
Team History
India national women's cricket team India national women's 2008 - present

Anagha Arun Deshpande is a wicketkeeper and right handed batsman. She has been a member of teams like India Under 21s Women and India Women.

Deshpande debuted in ODI cricket on 9th May 2008 at Dambulla (Rangiri Dambulla International Stadium) and the opponent team was Pakistan Women. She was allocated the No. 3 batting spot where she faced 55 deliveries and with the aid of 5 boundaries scored 38 runs. India scored 283 runs for the loss of 3 wickets, while Pakistan was all out for 76. India Women won this match by 207 runs.

Deshpande played against Australia Women at Sydney (Bankstown Oval) on 21st March 2009. She took 1 catch while fielding. She was the opening batsman and scored 18 runs in 27 balls inclusive of 2 boundaries. India Women won this match by 3 wickets with 13 deliveries to spare by Duckworth-Lewis method.

Career Highlights

Anagha Deshpande has played in 9 ODIs in which she has batted in all 9 innings and has remained unbeaten once. She has accumulated 242 runs at a batting average of 30.25 and a batting strike rate of 63.02. Her highest score was 45. She has smashed 1 six and 30 boundaries. As a wicketkeeper, she has stumped 4 times and has taken 4 catches.

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