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The Women’s International Cricket League (WICL) was founded by former Australian cricketer Lisa Sthalekar and Shaun Martyn. WICL is using the sport as platform to empower woman—and is also working on a T20 platform for women. The duo in conversation with Mithila Mehta
In today’s world, photographs are everything. Whenever you do something seriously cool, whip out your smartphone, take a picture, and share it with your friends. If you don’t have a photograph to prove it, it pretty much never happened. Here are some must-have photo-ops for our RCB Divas going for games at the stadium. Come on, it’s time to pose!
As Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) beat Sunrisers Hyderabad in an exciting game at the Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore, we round up some of our most passionate and enthusiastic divas for a little chat… 16-year old Vandana Rao is a crazy Virat Kohli fan (“He’s so smart and handsome and hot,” she gushes!) Besides her, Vandana’s mother, Anuradha Rao, is a sworn Virat Kohli fan as well! The IPL makes it possible for the two lovely ladies to bond over their love for cricket and Virat. Generation gap, what’s that?
The Australian women’s team swept away the recent T20 title and shone on the global stage with their superb performances. I had the opportunity to visit beautiful New South Wales (NSW) and speak to Joanne Broadbent, the coach of the NSW women’s team, the Lend Lease Breakers.
Article by: Tazeen Syed
Jhulan Goswami is, without a doubt, one of the finest women cricketers in the world. With an ICC Women’s Player of the Year award, Padma Shri and Arjuna Award under her belt, she has made sure that her name goes down in the history books. In a conversation with Taruka Srivastava, Jhulan spoke about the state of women’s cricket and her opinion about the IPL.
We spoke to Danielle de Villiers at the Stadium right before the KKR game.