First Leading Run Scorer in women ODI Cricket- Mithali Dorai Raj

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Mithali Dorai Raj captain of Indian Women’s Cricket team in Test’s and ODI. The highest run-scorer in women’s international cricket and the only female cricketer who cross the score of 6000 runs in women’s ODI. She is the first player in Indian women cricket,  who scored 7 consecutive 50s in ODIs. She was born on 3 December 1982 in Jodhpur.Mithali begun to play at 10 years old and at 17, she is selected and start playing for the Indian cricket team. Her ODI makes a big appearance was against Ireland at Milton Keynes in the year 1999. She lives in Hyderabad, Telangana. She went to St Johns school, Hyderabad for cricket training in her school days alongside her senior brother. Mithali drilled in key young ladies High school, Secunderabad regularly playing male cricketers in the nets. Mithali has played both Test and One Day International cricket for India’s women’s cricket team. She made her One Day International debut in 1999 against Ireland at Milton Keynes and scored unbeaten 114 runs. She made her Test debut in the 2001-02 season against South Africa at Lucknow. On 17 August 2002.She led the Indian team to the finals in the Women’s Cricket World Cup of 2005, where the team lost to Australia. She is a right-hand player.She is a part-time leg-break bowler as well. She currently tops the batting table with 703 ratings.



Mithali Played 10 Test,181 ODI, and 63matches of T201Mithali Raj held the record for the most astounding individual score by an Indian lady Cricketer in World Cup coordinate against New Zealand in Women’s World container 2005. Harmanpreet Kaur overtook Mitahali Raj by scoring a century in the second match of ICC Women’s Cup 2013. Starting at now she is all the high run scorer player and get a nickname “Tendulkar of Indian women’s cricket Team”

Mithali Raj held the record for the most astounding individual score by an Indian lady Cricketer in World Cup coordinate against New Zealand in Women’s World container 2005. Harmanpreet Kaur overtook Mitahali Raj by scoring a century in the second match of ICC Women’s Cup 2013. She has rehearsed the dance for eight years and she quit dance for their cricket career. She is playing  Domestic in Railways. She is awarded Arjuna Award on 2003 by the government of India in recognition of her achievement in sports.

She has rehearsed the dance for eight years and she quit dance for their cricket career.she is playing  Domestic in Railways. She is Awarded Arjuna Award on 2003 by the government of India in recognition of her achievement in sports. And the Padma Shri in 2015, India’s fourth highest civilian award. Now, Mithali has achieved 6028  runs with the help of five centuries and 49 half-centuries of years and become an inspiration for all.



And the Padma Shri in 2015, India’s fourth highest civilian award. Now, Mithali has achieved 6028  runs with the help of five centuries and 49 half-centuries of years and become an inspiration for all.

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