Jhulan Goswami, Indian Woman Cricketer

Jhulan Goswami, a popular face in Indian women’s cricket circuit, was born in the year 25th November 1983 in Nadia District, West Bengal. She is an all-rounder, and can contribute with both ball and bat. Jhulan, apart from playing for her national side, also plays for Bengal team, East Zone Women’s Cricket and also in the Asia Women’s XI cricket team. She is presently the Indian captain for the women’s cricket team. She was appointed for this job on 1st February 2009 to lead the team for the World Cup.

Goswami had a good outing at the Quadrangular tournament in Chennai in February-March 2007 taking 11 wickets at 20.99 from seven games. After that haul she needed only four more to become the fourth woman to reach 100 wickets in ODIs and she got to the landmark in May 2007 at the Asia Cup in 2008. To know more read:



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