Thatscricket - Women's - News - Indian women gear up for tour of South Africa
Published: Friday, February 22, 2002, 23:53 [IST]
Anjum Chopra (captain/Air India), Mithali Raj (vice-captain/Railways), Anju Jain (wicket-keeper/ Air India), Neetu David (left-arm spinner/ Railways), Deepa Kulkarni (left-arm spinner/Railways), Sunitha Singh (right-arm medium pacer/Railways), Hemalatha Kala (middle-order bat/ Railways), Arundhathi Kirkire (lower-middle-order bat/Railways), Mamatha Maben (middle-order bat/ Karnataka Thatscricket.com), Amritha Shinde (opening bat/Maharastra), Jhulan Goswami (right-arm fast medium/Air India), Bindeshwari Goel (off spinner/Madhya Pradesh), Jaya Sharma (opening bat/ Delhi), Nooshin-al Khadeer (off spinner/Karnataka) and Sulakshana Naik (wicket-keeper/Railways).
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Bangalore: The Indian womens cricket team will be commencing its second coaching camp from February 25 at the TERI Oval prior to its departure to South Africa. The 15-member squad will assemble in Delhi on February 24 for a weeks coaching camp before leaving shores on the early hours of March 4.[an error occurred while processing this directive]The selectors have retained Anjum Copra as the captain and most members of the 15-member squad that white washed England 5-0 in the recently concluded Hero Honda One-day series at home. The selectors have made a solitary change bringing in wicket-keeper Sulakshana Naik in place of top order bat Gulshan Sharma. Naik is the second wicket-keeper in the squad with experienced Anju Jain being the first choice.
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