Best crickbuzz prediction: BCCI’s Sachin Tendulkar congratulates India U19 women’s team on winning World Cup at Narendra Modi Stadium

The Indian team, led by Shafali Varma, lifted the trophy after beating England by seven wickets in the final of the inaugural ICC U19 Women’s World Cup. This was her first ICC World Championship title for India in any form of women’s cricket.
Her U19 team of India’s victorious women are congratulated by legendary officials Sachin Tendulkar and her BCCI chief Jay Shah at the Narendra Modi stadium in Ahmedabad on Wednesday. announced. India Led by Shafali Varma, her team lifted the trophy in her inaugural ICC U19 Women’s World Cup final, defeating England by her seven wickets margin. This was her first ICC World Championship title for India in any form of women’s cricket. “We are very pleased to announce that Bharat Ratna Shri sachin tendulkar and BCCI Office Bearers will congratulate the winning Indian U19 team at Narendra Modi Stadium on 1st February at 6pm.
30:00 p.m. IST. The young cricketers are proud of India and we congratulate them for their achievements,” Jay Shah wrote on Twitter.

BCCI has announced his prize of Rs 5 crore to the winning Indian U-19 team and his members of the supporting team.

India’s opener Shweta Sehrawat finished as his top-running scorer of the tournament with 297 runs over three-and-a-half centuries. Parshavi chopra, on the other hand, was India’s leading wicket taker as he tallied 11 wickets in six matches. Indian all-rounder, 1983 world champion and current BCCI president Roger Binney praised the U19 women’s ‘fearless cricket’ at the tournament in South Africa.

“I take this opportunity to congratulate India’s U-19 Women’s team on winning the ICC U-19 Women’s World Cup title. We made history, this was the first edition of The Tournament and our team’s performance set a benchmark to inspire the country’s up-and-coming cricketers,” he said.

“The Indian U-19 Women’s Team has made the whole country proud with their incredible success at the ICC U-19 Women’s T20 World Cup. Led by Shafali Verma, the force showed tremendous skill and determination to overcome challenges and paved the way to glory. BCCI has always focused on age cricket and winning the title is another sign that women’s cricket is booming in India. This achievement also highlights the depth of the country’s cricketing talent and bodes well for the much-anticipated inauguration of the Women’s Premier League (WPL), which will continue to boost interest in women’s cricket.” said Jay Shah.

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