The earlier editions of ACC Women’s Emerging Cup have been stepping stone in careers of many successful Asian cricketers, both men and women. The 2019 edition promises to be an event with an exhibition of talent from budding women cricketers.
Let’s take a look at Indian Women Cricketers who can prove their mettle in ACC Women’s Emerging Cup.
The captain of India Women emerging side, Devika Vaidya has represented India at senior level on 10 occasions so far. In limited-overs career (50-over domestic), Vaidya has scored 1100+ runs and claimed 71 wickets.
S Meghana is a promising opening batter with over 900 runs in a limited-overs career (50-over domestic). Meghana is also a useful medium-pace bowler.
Tejal Hasabnis is another promising all-rounder coming through the ranks. In 39 appearances in a limited-overs career (50-over domestic), Hasabnis has scored 752 runs with a hundred and three fifties. To go with impressive batting stats, she has plucked 25 wickets with her off-breaks.
A left-arm fast-medium bowler, Tanuja Kanwar has had a stellar domestic career so far. In 38 appearances in a limited-overs career (50-over domestic), Kanwar has bagged 55 wickets at an impressive bowling average of 13.72.
Tanusree Sarkar has been a consistent performer at junior levels for India. Sarkar has scored 600+ runs in 37 appearances in limited-overs career (50-over domestic), to go 41 wickets at a jaw-dropping bowling average of 18.82.
Devika Vaidya (c), S Meghana (vc), Yastika Bhatia, Tejal Hasabnis, Tanushree Sarkar, Simarn Dil Bahadur, Nuzhat Parveen, R Kalpana, Manali Dakshini, Kshama Singh, Anjali Sarwani, Minnu Mani, Sushree Dibyadarshini, TP Kanwar, Rashi Kanojia