With Asian Games near, wait for India Women’s Cricket Team head coach increases
With Asian Games 2023 looming near, there is still no clarity well-nigh India Women’s Cricket Team when staff, expressly coaches. In the latest, the Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) has now suggested holding interviews for the fielding and bowling coaches. This has resulted in a prolong wait for the utterance of India women’s cricket team’s throne coach.
The throne mentor and all coaching appointments, equal to Jay Shah, secretary of the Workbench of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), would be spoken jointly.
“CAC has once conducted one round of interviews and believes a fielding and bowling mentor is necessary. Without meeting with World Cup staging state associations in New Delhi, BCCI secretary Jay Shah said that procedure will take place soon to fill the spots.
Amol Muzumdar is a front-runner to play some role in the politics setup, although the Indian cricket workbench has not yet made an official announcement.
India Women’s Cricket Team throne coach?
Ramesh Powar’s transfer to the National Cricket Academy (NCA) in December of last year left the India Women’s Cricket Team without a throne coach. Powar has two stints with the Indian squad surpassing stuff scheduled throne mentor for a second time in May 2021.
In 2022, India’s performance in the ODI World Cup was forgettable, but under his leadership, the team won a silver medal in the Commonwealth Games.
Following Powar, batting mentor Hrishikesh Kanitkar received the interim leadership role. His first assignments included the five-match home series versus Australia in December 2022, a tri-series in South Africa in January–February 2023 that moreover included the West Indies, and the T20 World Cup in South Africa. The bowling mentor was named as Australian Troy Cooley.
The Women in Blue dropped the bilateral match versus Australia, lost to South Africa in the tri-series championship game, and were eliminated from the T20 World Cup without falling to Australia in the semifinals.
India’s next trip was to Bangladesh without the T20 World Cup, and Nooshin Al Khadeer was scheduled as the tour’s interim coach. The three-match T20I series was won by the Harmanpreet Kaur-led team by a score of 2-1, while the three-match ODI series finished in a tie at 1-1.
The next series for India Women’s Cricket Team will be versus South Africa and will take place in September 2023. It will consist of three ODIs and as many T20Is. Surpassing that, the workbench will be expected to make the utterance of coaches.
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