The East Zone women's cricket team is a women's first-class cricket team that represents East India in the Inter Zone Women's One Day Competition and Inter Zone Women's Three Day Competition.[1][2] Team also represented East India in the now defunct Rani Jhansi Trophy from 1974 to 1997.[3]

Current squad

Name Domestic team Birth date Batting Style Bowling Style Notes
Madhusmita Behera Orissa Women 4 October 1990 Right-hand batsman Right-arm off-break [4]
Rekharani Bora Assam Women 6 October 1994 Right-hand batsman Right-arm medium pace [5]
Rima Chakraborty Tripura Women 21 July 1994 Right-hand batsman Right-arm medium pace [6]
Saiqa Ishaque Bengal Women 8 October 1995 Left-hand batsman Slow left-arm orthodox [7]
Ritu Kumari Jharkhand Women 4 May 1998 Right-hand batsman Right-arm medium pace [8]
Sujata Mallik Orissa Women 4 June 1993 Right-hand batsman Right-arm medium pace [9]
Madhuri Meheta Orissa Women 1 November 1991 Right-hand batsman Right-arm medium pace [10]
Kadambini Mohakhud (wk) Orissa Women 13 July 1982 Right-hand batsman [11]
Sukanya Parida Bengal Women 15 May 1993 Right-hand batsman Right-arm medium pace [12]
Sushreedivyadarshani Pradhan Orissa Women 8 September 1997 Right-hand batsman Right-arm medium pace [13]
Niharika Prasad Jharkhand Women 10 February 1985 Left-hand batsman Slow left-arm orthodox [14]
Swagatika Rath Orissa Women 18 November 1994 Right-hand batsman Right-arm off-break [15]
Priyanka Roy Bengal Women 2 March 1988 Right-hand batsman Leg-break [16]
Tanusree Sarkar Bengal Women 5 September 1998 Right-hand batsman Right-arm medium pace [17]

References

  1. ^ "Womens_ListA_Matches".
  2. ^ "Womens_Multi-day_Matches".
  3. ^ "Other_Events".
  4. ^ "Madhusmita Somnath Behera".
  5. ^ "Rekharani Suren Bora".
  6. ^ "Rima Goutam Chakraborty".
  7. ^ "Saiqa Mohamad Ishaque".
  8. ^ "Ritu Kumari".
  9. ^ "Sujata Kailashchandra Mallik".
  10. ^ "Madhuri Pradeepkumar Meheta".
  11. ^ "Kadambini Madanmohan Mohakhud".
  12. ^ "Sukanya Kalakar Parida".
  13. ^ "Sushreedivyadarshani Nibash Pradhan".
  14. ^ "Niharika Mani Prasad".
  15. ^ "Swagatika Bijaya Rath".
  16. ^ "Priyanka Amarnath Roy".
  17. ^ "Tanusree Makhanlal Sarkar".

External links

  • East Zone women's at cricketarchive