Woman Cricketer Smriti Mandhana, on August 4, set the record for the most 50 plus scores (5) in the Women’s Hundred. The Indian batter got to the feat while playing for the Southern Brave in their match against the Welsh Fire at the Rose Bowl in Southampton. Furthermore, Mandhana went past Jemimah in the match, as both Smriti and Jemimah were on the same level with fifties.
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Indian women's cricket team player Smriti Mandhana, who recently was injured during warm-up fixture against South Africa, has been declared fit by doctors, on February 27. With this, Mandhana will continue ICC Women's World Cup Campaign against Pakistan, starting from March 6. Besides, Indian Women's cricket team is also set to play warm-up against West Indies, before world cup. Meanwhile, in the first warm-up game against SA, India won.
Courtesy: The Free Press Journal
While playing against Australia in Queensland's Carrara, Smriti Mandhana became the first Indian woman to hit a century in a pink-ball women's cricket Test on October 1. Mandhana took 170 balls to score the Test century. Madhana said, ''I just don't look at the scorecard...I didn't really plan anything.'' Reportedly, she kept a pink ball in her kit bag for three months to make herself familiar with it.
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