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ENG Women vs IND Women: Renuka Thakur New Bowling Star of India

ENG Women vs IND Women: At the St. Lawrence Ground in Canterbury, the second of three one-day international matches between England and India were played. India was off to an easy win in the first ODI thanks to Smriti Mandhana. Her superb knock of 91 at the top and half centuries from Yastika Bhatiya and Harmanpreet Kaur.

Amy Jones had some respectable lower-order efforts for England, assisting the hosts in putting up a respectable score. Issy Wong struggled with the new ball, and Alice Capsey, who was making her debut, struggled with the bat.

England Women will need to make sure they make up for the setback in the first game because the series will be decided on the spot. The same starting lineup from the first ODI is likely to be used by England, and the top order will be expected to contribute significantly more in the upcoming match.

The bowling staff, except Kate Cross, had no defenses against the attack from the Indian batsmen, and Sophie Ecclestone will be trying to create a splash with the ball. The bowling department had a sufficient number of choices, and the all-rounders’ role in the team is currently one of the keys to success for the Indian team.

ENG Women vs IND Women: Who Is Renuka Thakur?

ENG Women vs IND Women: Renuka Thakur New Bowling Star of India
ENG Women vs IND Women: Renuka Thakur New Bowling Star of India

Renuka Singh Thakur, an Indian cricketer who competes for Himachal Pradesh, was born on 2 January 1996. With 23 dismissals, Singh had the most wickets taken in the 2019–20 Senior Women’s One Day League. While Singh received her first call-up to the Indian women’s cricket squad in August 2021 for their series against Australia.

However On October 7, 2021, she played her first Women’s Twenty20 International (WT20I) match for India against Australia. She was selected to play for India in the 2022 Women’s Cricket World Cup in New Zealand in January 2022. She played for India against New Zealand on February 18, 2022, in her first Women’s One Day International (WODI).

Renuka was selected to play for India in the cricket competition at the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, England, in July 2022. Although She led the event in wickets taken with 11 and helped her team take home a silver medal.

READ MORE: When and Where Is The next T20 Cricket World Cup? How many teams are There in T20 World Cup 2022?

Match Highlights of the 2nd ODI

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After defeating England by 88 runs in the second One-Day International at the St Lawrence Ground in Canterbury. India secured an unbeatable 2-0 lead in the three-match series. England was dismissed for a meager score of 245 while chasing a total of 334.

Earlier, India scored a mammoth 333 for five against England thanks to Harmanpreet Kaur’s unbeaten 143 off just 111 balls. After that, Harleen Deol joined the India skipper in the middle. While where they both quickly passed the 50-run threshold as the player went on to score 113 runs.

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Deol was out for 58 runs, but Harmanpreet sped beyond the 100-run barrier as India took advantage. While,That of Lauren Bell and Freya Kemp, two debutantes for England. In the first of the three-match series.

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England Women won the toss and chose to bowl against India at the St Lawrence Ground in Canterbury. With a crushing seven-wicket victory on Sunday at the County Ground in Hove. The visitors got off to a strong start in the three-match ODI series against England.

ENG Women vs IND Women: At the St. Lawrence Ground in Canterbury, the second of three one-day international matches between England and India were played. India was off to an easy win in the first ODI thanks to Smriti Mandhana. Her superb knock of 91 at the top and half centuries from Yastika Bhatiya and Harmanpreet Kaur.

Amy Jones had some respectable lower-order efforts for England, assisting the hosts in putting up a respectable score. Issy Wong struggled with the new ball, and Alice Capsey, who was making her debut, struggled with the bat.

England Women will need to make sure they make up for the setback in the first game because the series will be decided on the spot. The same starting lineup from the first ODI is likely to be used by England, and the top order will be expected to contribute significantly more in the upcoming match.

The bowling staff, except Kate Cross, had no defenses against the attack from the Indian batsmen, and Sophie Ecclestone will be trying to create a splash with the ball. The bowling department had a sufficient number of choices, and the all-rounders’ role in the team is currently one of the keys to success for the Indian team.

ENG Women vs IND Women: Who Is Renuka Thakur?

ENG Women vs IND Women: Renuka Thakur New Bowling Star of India
ENG Women vs IND Women: Renuka Thakur New Bowling Star of India

Renuka Singh Thakur, an Indian cricketer who competes for Himachal Pradesh, was born on 2 January 1996. With 23 dismissals, Singh had the most wickets taken in the 2019–20 Senior Women’s One Day League. While Singh received her first call-up to the Indian women’s cricket squad in August 2021 for their series against Australia.

However On October 7, 2021, she played her first Women’s Twenty20 International (WT20I) match for India against Australia. She was selected to play for India in the 2022 Women’s Cricket World Cup in New Zealand in January 2022. She played for India against New Zealand on February 18, 2022, in her first Women’s One Day International (WODI).

Renuka was selected to play for India in the cricket competition at the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, England, in July 2022. Although She led the event in wickets taken with 11 and helped her team take home a silver medal.

READ MORE: When and Where Is The next T20 Cricket World Cup? How many teams are There in T20 World Cup 2022?

Match Highlights of the 2nd ODI

After defeating England by 88 runs in the second One-Day International at the St Lawrence Ground in Canterbury. India secured an unbeatable 2-0 lead in the three-match series. England was dismissed for a meager score of 245 while chasing a total of 334.

Earlier, India scored a mammoth 333 for five against England thanks to Harmanpreet Kaur’s unbeaten 143 off just 111 balls. After that, Harleen Deol joined the India skipper in the middle. While where they both quickly passed the 50-run threshold as the player went on to score 113 runs.

Deol was out for 58 runs, but Harmanpreet sped beyond the 100-run barrier as India took advantage. While,That of Lauren Bell and Freya Kemp, two debutantes for England. In the first of the three-match series.

England Women won the toss and chose to bowl against India at the St Lawrence Ground in Canterbury. With a crushing seven-wicket victory on Sunday at the County Ground in Hove. The visitors got off to a strong start in the three-match ODI series against England.

ENG Women vs IND Women: At the St. Lawrence Ground in Canterbury, the second of three one-day international matches between England and India were played. India was off to an easy win in the first ODI thanks to Smriti Mandhana. Her superb knock of 91 at the top and half centuries from Yastika Bhatiya and Harmanpreet Kaur.

Amy Jones had some respectable lower-order efforts for England, assisting the hosts in putting up a respectable score. Issy Wong struggled with the new ball, and Alice Capsey, who was making her debut, struggled with the bat.

England Women will need to make sure they make up for the setback in the first game because the series will be decided on the spot. The same starting lineup from the first ODI is likely to be used by England, and the top order will be expected to contribute significantly more in the upcoming match.

The bowling staff, except Kate Cross, had no defenses against the attack from the Indian batsmen, and Sophie Ecclestone will be trying to create a splash with the ball. The bowling department had a sufficient number of choices, and the all-rounders’ role in the team is currently one of the keys to success for the Indian team.

ENG Women vs IND Women: Who Is Renuka Thakur?

ENG Women vs IND Women: Renuka Thakur New Bowling Star of India
ENG Women vs IND Women: Renuka Thakur New Bowling Star of India

Renuka Singh Thakur, an Indian cricketer who competes for Himachal Pradesh, was born on 2 January 1996. With 23 dismissals, Singh had the most wickets taken in the 2019–20 Senior Women’s One Day League. While Singh received her first call-up to the Indian women’s cricket squad in August 2021 for their series against Australia.

However On October 7, 2021, she played her first Women’s Twenty20 International (WT20I) match for India against Australia. She was selected to play for India in the 2022 Women’s Cricket World Cup in New Zealand in January 2022. She played for India against New Zealand on February 18, 2022, in her first Women’s One Day International (WODI).

Renuka was selected to play for India in the cricket competition at the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, England, in July 2022. Although She led the event in wickets taken with 11 and helped her team take home a silver medal.

READ MORE: When and Where Is The next T20 Cricket World Cup? How many teams are There in T20 World Cup 2022?

Match Highlights of the 2nd ODI

After defeating England by 88 runs in the second One-Day International at the St Lawrence Ground in Canterbury. India secured an unbeatable 2-0 lead in the three-match series. England was dismissed for a meager score of 245 while chasing a total of 334.

Earlier, India scored a mammoth 333 for five against England thanks to Harmanpreet Kaur’s unbeaten 143 off just 111 balls. After that, Harleen Deol joined the India skipper in the middle. While where they both quickly passed the 50-run threshold as the player went on to score 113 runs.

Deol was out for 58 runs, but Harmanpreet sped beyond the 100-run barrier as India took advantage. While,That of Lauren Bell and Freya Kemp, two debutantes for England. In the first of the three-match series.

England Women won the toss and chose to bowl against India at the St Lawrence Ground in Canterbury. With a crushing seven-wicket victory on Sunday at the County Ground in Hove. The visitors got off to a strong start in the three-match ODI series against England.

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