VIJAYAWADA: Indian ladies’ cricket group captain Mithali Raj on Wednesday said their first point is to rise triumphant in up and coming arrangement with West Indies and Pakistan and meet all requirements for the Women’s ODI World Cup, to be held in England and Wales in June 2017. Mithali was experiencing a week-long practice session in front of the competitions under Andhra Cricket Association (ACA) mentor Ch Krishna Rao at ACA Cricket Academy in Mangalagiri in Guntur area.
She told correspondents that the group is certain of performing admirably in the ODI World Cup in England, as the up and coming arrangement with West Indies and Pakistan will give a superior chance to the group to create coordination and correct their oversights in front of the significant competition. “Both these arrangement will be crucial as far as focuses and planning. I have picked the ACA Cricket Academy for my practice sessions as it has great foundation that helps me to proceed with my structure,” Mithali said.
Gotten some information about the handling concerns, Mithali focused on the requirement for more specific drilling staff in the group. For the late T20 World Cup, we simply had a mentor, chief, physio and coach. On the off chance that we have a handling mentor or a collaborator mentor, it will help the group as there won’t be an excess of weight on the mentor. Respecting the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) for its choice to permit India’s ladies cricketers to play in remote classes, Mithali said it will give the youths a stage to adjust their exchange.
“It is an exceptionally positive choice by BCCI which will a chance to the adolescents to watch players, their strategies and how they set she up,” said. This year a few players from the ladies’ cricket group are going to demonstrate their fortitude at The Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL), to be held in Australia amid December and January 2017. Gotten some information about her arrangements after cricket, the 33-year-old made it clear that she will proceed with her cricketing vocation till 2019. Starting now, winning ODI World Cup for India is her next target and she will accomplish it with backing from the colleagues.