BCCI Big announcement for the World Cup winning team, All the Team players Are happy
U19 Women World Cup: India has won the title of Under-19 Women’s T20 World Cup. On this big victory, BCCI Secretary Jai Shah has made another big announcement.
U19 Women World Cup 2023: India has turned into the principal country to win the Under-19 Ladies’ T20 World Cup title. The last match of this competition was played between the groups of Britain and India, which was won by Group India singularly.
After this triumph, BCCI Secretary Jai Shah declared a monetary reward of Rs 5 crore for the Indian ladies’ under-19 cricket crew and care staff. Jai Shah has now made one more enormous declaration for this group.
BCCI made another announcement
Jay Shah has announced that legendary batsman Sachin Tendulkar will felicitate India’s Under-19 women’s cricket team, which won the first ICC Under-19 Women’s T20 World Cup, at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad on Wednesday.
Cricket Board of India (BCCI) Secretary Jai Shah tweeted, ‘It is with great pleasure that I share that Bharat Ratna Sachin Tendulkar and BCCI officials will facilitate India’s winning Under-19 team on Feb1 in the Narendr Modi Stadium in the evening. Will honor at half past six. He said, ‘New Young cricketers have made India proud of India and we will honor and most respect their achievements.’
Women’s cricket team’s first ICC title
The Indian team led by Shafali Verma won the first ICC Under-19 Women’s T20 World Cup title by defeating England by seven wickets in the final in Potchefstroom, South Africa. This is additionally India’s first ICC title in quite a while’s cricket.
The triumphant group will arrive at Mumbai from South Africa on Tuesday and afterward go to Ahmedabad on Wednesday for the felicitation function. The felicitation function will be coordinated before the third and conclusive T20 match between the groups of India and New Zealand.
India won the match unilaterally
In this final match, India piled on the score of 68 runs in 17.1 overs to the England team. Archana Devi, Parshvi Chopra and Titas Sadhu have taken 2-2 wickets for the Indian cricket team in the final match. Mannat Kashyap, Sonam Yadav and Shefali Verma got only one wicket each bowler for India in the final. The Indian Under-19 women’s team achieved this target in 14 overs at the loss of 3 wickets.