Young wicketkeeper: Richa Ghosh, who celebrated her 18th birthday this week, has a lot of experience in Australia. Young goalkeeper Richa Ghosh became the seventh Indian cricketer to sign for the upcoming Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL) on Friday after being tied up by Hobart Hurricanes.
Ghosh will make her WBBL debut and can be seen alongside Smriti Mandhana and Deepti Sharma (Sydney Thunder), Shafali Verma and Radha Yadav (Sydney Sixers), as well as Jemimah Rodrigues and Harmanpreet Kaur (Melbourne Renegades) in the 2021 edition of the Australian League T20.
Ghosh, who celebrated his 18th birthday this week, has a lot of experience in Australia.
She made her international debut in last year’s TriNational Women’s T20 series. Prior to the ICC T20 World Cup, before representing India in the format’s flagship tournament, where they became runners-up.
With a T20I hit rate of over 100. Ghosh also made his one-day International debut on Australian soil last month as part of the multi-format Australia tour of India.
Young wicketkeeper: “I’m very excited to be playing in the WBBL this year,”. Ghosh said in a statement posted on the Hobart Hurricanes’ website.
“I’m very thankful to the Hurricanes for this opportunity. And I’m looking forward to coming to Tasmania and meeting up with my new teammates.”
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