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March 7, 2021
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#HappybirthdaySmritiMandhana: The wonder girl of Indian women’s cricket

The demure damsel, yet very beautiful, talented and a powerful batswoman of the Indian female cricket team, Sriti Mandhana celebrates her birthday on 18 July. She turns 23 today. Hers is a tall list of achievements at such a young age. Not only the Indian women’s team, but Mandhana is also an asset for whichever team she plays for, be it Maharashtra or the Hobart Hurricanes.

Smriti Mandhana receiving the Arjuna Award from Kiren Rijiju

Image credits: News 18

Only a couple of days ago, she had been conferred the Arjuna award by the Hon’ble Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports for her achievements. She is the reigning No. 1 batswoman in the world who slammed centuries across continents. From her 50 ODI matches she scored 1951 runs, 1298 runs in her 58 T20Is, which shows how powerful this left-handed batting star is. She is also the first Indian woman to hit a double ton in ODIs. Leading the women’s team against England this February in T20, Mandhana became the youngest Indian woman captain.

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