WPL: Jhulan mentor, Charlotte Edwards appointed head coach of MI women
Recently retired India legend Jhulan Goswami has been entrusted with the twin position of crew mentor and bowling coach by Mumbai Indians for the upcoming Women’s Premier League (WPL) season.
Former England women’s crew captain and the second-highest run-getter in women’s ODIs and Tests Charlotte Edwards has been appointed head coach of the franchise for the inaugural version scheduled in March.
Former India all-rounder Devieka Palshikaar would be the batting coach, whereas Trupti Chandgadkar Bhattacharya would be the crew supervisor.
Jhulan, a Padma Shri who retired final yr after the sequence towards England, has greater than 350 worldwide wickets in a profession spanning greater than 20 years.
She is the very best wicket-taker in WODIs and in addition has the excellence of taking most wickets in historical past of Women’s ODI World Cup. Jhulan rose to No. 1 within the ICC Women’s ODI bowling rankings in January 2016 and post-retirement she is mentoring the Bengal women’s crew.
Edwards too had a cricketing profession spanning 20 years and he or she led the England aspect to an ODI and T20I World Cup title triumph. Post-retirement, the 43-year-old has been teaching groups in England and Australia and is an ICC ‘Hall of Famer’.
Devieka, a former right-handed batter and leg-spinner, was the assistant coach of India between 2014 and 2016. She was additionally related to the Bangladesh crew as assistant coach, profitable the 2018 Asian Cup with them.
Mumbai Indians, essentially the most profitable IPL aspect, lately purchased the Mumbai franchise within the WPL for Rs 912.99 crore.
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