Jemimah Rodrigue a new face to the Indian Women’s cricket team who started playing cricket at the age of 4. She is one of the women cricket players who earned the light and fame in his Under-19 women’s team. Till now she holds the record of scoring an unbeaten double century in the U-19 match.
Name: Jemimah Rodrigues
Role: Middle-order batsman
ODI: vs. Australia on 12th March 2018
T20I: vs. South Africa on 13th February 2018
Career Turning Point: She came into the spotlight by his notable performance by scoring a double hundred in an under 19 match. Her unbeaten 202 off 163 balls and become the youngest Indian to score a double hundred on November 5, 2017.
Jersey Number: #5
Major Teams: India Women, India A Women, Trailblazers, India Women Green, Supernovas, Yorkshire Diamonds
She is the second woman after Smriti Mandhana who scored a double century in a 50 over a cricket match.
In November 2017, she scored 202 in just 163 balls in Aurangabad against Saurashtra team.
While playing Under 19 tournament, she scored 178 off 142 balls against Gujarat team.
On 10 January 2018, she was named for the Indian women’s squad for ODI series against South Africa.
She is the one who scored 1013 runs in the tournament and the highest runs in the team of Under-19.
She was awarded as a Best Domestic Junior Women’s Cricketer in June 2018.
Height (approx.): 5ft 2in
Weight (approx.): 51kg
Eye Colour: Brown
Hair Colour: Black
Date of Birth: 05th September 2000
Age (as of May 2019): 18 Year
Birth Place: Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Zodiac sign/Sun sign: Virgo
School: St. Joseph’s Convent High School, Mumbai
College: Joined Rizvi College of Arts, Science, and Commerce
Educational Qualifications: Pursuing Graduation
Father: Ivan Rodrigues
Mother: Lavita Rodrigues
Brother: Eli Rodrigues and Enoch Rodrigues
Marital Status: Unmarried
Marriage Date: NA
Coach/Mentor: Tushar Arothe
Address: Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Hobbies: Hockey, Football, Basketball, Singing and Playing Guitar
Jemimah Rodrigues started playing cricket at the age of 4.
She Picked up for the under 19 cricket match at the age of 13.
Her father was a junior coach and a club cricketer. Once in an interview with ‘Hindustan Times,’ he stated that ” When its cricket, I m just their coach, not a father. I m very strictly at that, and they also know it. When she was small, she got hammering also, especially when her feet were not moving.”
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