Richa Ghosh of Siliguri will represent India in the 2022 ICC Women’s World Cup. Richa has been selected for India’s women’s team for the ICC Women’s World Cup ODI championship scheduled to take place in New Zealand in March.
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“It’s important for me now that I maintain my fitness and continue to practice. I am unable to move to Calcutta immediately due to the surge in Covid-19 cases. As Richa told The Telegraph, Siliguri lacks a proper practice ground and infrastructure.
In addition to the women’s world cup, the BCCI has announced a squad for five One-Day Internationals and a T20 series against the Kiwis.
Richa Ghosh has been selected for all squads. “Earlier, I was determined to do well when selected to play for Australia in ODI matches. I had hoped to make the women’s world cup team, and now I’ve finally achieved that goal,” she said.
In all three ODIs played during September last year against Australia, she was the only wicketkeeper to bat. With his 32 unbeaten runs and 44 runs, Richa also maintained a good position behind the wickets throughout the series. In the Women’s Big Bash League of Australia, she was able to secure a contract with the Hobart Hurricanes due to her performance.
In Siliguri, the subdivisional sports governing body, the Mahakuma Krira Parishad, claims that Richa was well deserved for his selection. “Since she began playing cricket two years ago, she has consistently performed well in all forms. “It is indeed a matter of pride for Siliguri that she has been selected for the world cup team,” he said.