Smriti is an Indian women Cricketer, who opened the star of the Indian women’s cricket team, who was born on 18th July, 1996 in Mumbai to a Marwari family. She is Playing Under-19 Tournament at the age of 11 Years. Smriti commenced her international vocation in 2014. She is the only Indian woman to have scored twice a century in ODI and only one in two has played in world leagues.
She has won numerous awards, including the prestigious Arjuna 2018 award, the Rachael Heyhoe Flint Award for women’s cricket of the year 2018, and the ICC ODI Player of the Year award 2018, and the CEAT International Woman Award Cricketer of the Year 2019.
|Real Name||Smriti Mandhana|
|Date of Birth||18 July,1996|
|Age||25 Years (as on 2021)|
|Debut||Selected to Play Cricket in Maharashtra at 11|
|Height||In Feet-Inches – 5’4″ , In Meters – 1.63m|
Family Members and Relatives
Education, School and College
|College/University||Chintaman Rao college of Commerce|
Smriti Mandhana was born on 18 July 1996 in Mumbai. His father, Shrinirini Mandhana, is a chemical distributor and former state cricket player, and his mother, Smita Mandhana, is a housewife and is a curator of Smriti’s diet and exercise program. His brother Sravan is withal a Ranji trophy player at the state level. He graduated from Sangli, Maharashtra. He is a commercial inscriber for Chintaman Rao college of Commerce, Sangli, Maharashtra.
At the age of nine, when he and his brother were in the country, he signed to play cricket just for fun. However with the right hand, he opts to strike from the left. Within 2-3 years, he commenced playing at regional level. At the age of 11, he was culled to play for Maharashtra in the Under-19 tournament.
Four years later, he was culled by the Maharashtra elite team, where he played a historic inning against Gujarat. After this astounding prosperity, she was culled to play on the Indian International cricket team.
During her homework, she became the first woman in history to hit a century in ODI. He got 224 unbeaten runs from 154 * in the West Zone Under-19 tournament against Gujarat.
During the women’s trophy challenge in 2016, Mandhana became the leading scorer in the tournament and availed her blue team win the trophy. In 2016 she was culled to play in the Brisbane league in the Women’s Sizably voluminous Bash League. She is playing along with Harmanpreet Kaur, she became the first two Indian women to play in the league. In 2018 she became the first Indian woman to play in the Kia super league.
She has received the Arjuna Prize in 2018, the Rachael Heyhoe Flint Award for women’s cricket of the year 2018, and the ODI Women’s ICC Player of the Year award in 2018 as well.
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