Indian women’s cricket team

Country India India
Founded 1976
Series
Indian Cricket League

The Indian women’s cricket team captain is Jhulan Goswami. This team first played their test match in 1976 against West Indies team and drew with six match series. This match was held at Bangalore in India. Their performance was better than anybody’s expectations. They reached the finals in the Women’s Cricket World Cup but lost to Australia. They appeared for six times in the World Cup, with their first match in 1978.

In 1997, this team again lost the Women’s Cricket World Cup to Australia with New Zealand team at the runner up position. In 2005, this team won their second Women’s Asia Cup which was played in Pakistan. This tournament was the first ever match to be held between the Indian and the Pakistani women’s teams.

In 2006, the Indian team toured England and won the Test series too by 1-0. They also won the Twenty20 international match but however, lost the ODI series by 4-0. With right to Asia Cup, the India Women’s cricket team won consequently from 2004 to 2008.

This team has played 34 test matches where they won 3 matches and lost 6 matches. With right to ODI, they played 169 games, of which they won 87 matches and lost 77 games.

Team Roster

Name Role
Babita Mandlik India all-rounder

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