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Kohli, Rodrigues, Sharma nominated for ICC ‘Player of the Month’

Virat Kohli, Jemimah Rodrigues and Deepti Sharma have been nominated as ICC ‘Player of the Month’ in the male and female categories for the month of October Virat Kohli, Jemimah Rodrigues and Deepti Sharma have been nominated as ICC ‘Player of the Month’ in the male and female categories for the month of October Batting maestro Virat Kohli, along with the Asia Cup winning duo of Jemimah Rodrigues and Deepti Sharma, were on Thursday nominated for the ICC ‘Player of the Month’ award in the men’s and women categories, respectively.The nominations are for the month of October. While Kohli has been nominated for the first time, following his heroics with the bat in the T20 World Cup wins against arch-rivals Pakistan and the Netherlands, Rodrigues, and Sharma were shortlisted after they...
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We forcefully played in wet conditions, says India’s women cricket team skipper Harmanpreet

The Indian skipper backed her teammates and added that despite the wet conditions, everyone in the team continued to give their best The Indian skipper backed her teammates and added that despite the wet conditions, everyone in the team continued to give their best India women's cricket team captain Harmanpreet Kaur said the side "forcefully played" in wet conditions in the first T20 International against England, resulting in a nine-wicket defeat for the tourists.India defeated England at the Commonwealth Games semi-final just a month ago, but the T20 series did not start well for them on Saturday night. "We were not able to get the runs we were expecting. I just feel we forcefully played because conditions were not 100% fit to play," Harmanpreet said after the match. However, the In...
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We forcefully played in wet conditions, says Harmanpreet

The Indian skipper backed her teammates and added that despite the wet conditions, everyone in the team continued to give their best The Indian skipper backed her teammates and added that despite the wet conditions, everyone in the team continued to give their best India women's team captain Harmanpreet Kaur said the side "forcefully played" in wet conditions in the first T20 International against England, resulting in a nine-wicket defeat for the tourists. India defeated England at the Commonwealth Games semi-final just a month ago, but the T20 series did not start well for them on Saturday night. "We were not able to get the runs we were expecting. I just feel we forcefully played because conditions were not 100% fit to play," Harmanpreet said after the match. However, the Indian s...