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Indrani Roy Cricketer Wiki, Stats, Biography, Age, WPL 2024 Team

Indrani Roy Cricketer Wiki, Stats, Biography, Age, WPL 2024 TeamIndrani Roy Cricketer Wiki, Stats, Biography, Age, WPL 2024 Team

Indrani Roy is a 26-year-old wicketkeeper batswoman from Kolkata, West Bengal, India. She has played for Jharkhand Women, India Women, and the Royal Challengers Bangalore. Her cricket career includes 25 games including 16 Ranji Trophy matches, 3 Sheffield Shield matches, 3 PSL 2024 matches, 1 IND v ENG match, 1 SL v AFG match, and 1 ILT20 match.

Her most recent matches are IND-W D against India A, IND-W D vs India B, IND-W D vs India C Wmn, Rlys Wmn vs TN Women, and Rlys Wmn vs UK Women. She bats right-handed and bowls right-arm medium-fast. Her greatest score in a match is 31 runs and she has made 9 catches and one stumping. Her jersey number is unknown.

Indrani Roy Cricketer Wiki, Stats, Biography, Age, WPL 2024 Team

Personal Information

Full NameIndrani Roy
Nickname (if applicable)Not publicly known
Date of BirthSeptember 5, 1997
Age26 (as of today, February 21, 2024)
Place of BirthNadia, West Bengal, India
NationalityIndian
HeightApproximately 5′ 5″ (1.68 m) (based on estimates)
WeightInformation not publicly available
Role in the TeamWicket-keeper batter (right-handed)
Playing HandRight-handed
Zodiac SignVirgo

Cricket Career

Major Teams RepresentedDomestic: Jharkhand Women, East Zone Women, Central Zone Women, Railways Women, Royal Challengers Bangalore (Women’s Premier League)
International: India
Playing StyleBatting Style: Aggressive and attacking, known for her power-hitting
Bowling Style: Accurate and skillful with good pace and variations.
Career Span2014-present (domestic), 2021-present (international)
DebutDomestic: Information not publicly available
International: One-off Test match against England in June 2021
RetirementNot yet retired and actively playing.
Domestic Achievements
Leading run-scorer in the 2020–21 Senior Women’s One Day Trophy with 456 runs
Selected for the Royal Challengers Bangalore in the inaugural WPL auction
International Achievements
Part of the Indian team that won the 2023 Women’s Cricket World Cup
Scored a century in the 2023 Women’s Cricket World Cup

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Personal Life

Family BackgroundInformation not publicly available due to privacy concerns.
Marital StatusNot publicly known
Spouse/PartnerNot applicable
ChildrenNo children currently
Educational BackgroundStudied at a college in Nadia (details not publicly available)
Other Interests and HobbiesSpending time with family and friends, watching other sports.
Philanthropy or Charity WorkInformation not publicly available
Controversies or Legal IssuesNo publicly known controversies or legal issues associated with Indrani Roy.

Overall Career Statistical Analysis

The Career Statistical analysis will be provided soon as she played in WPL 2024 for Royal Challenger Bangalore.

Frequently Asked Questions

Which teams have Indrani Roy represented?

Indrani Roy has represented Jharkhand Women, East Zone Women, Central Zone Women, Railways Women, India Women, and Royal Challengers Bangalore (Women’s Premier League) teams.

What is Indrani Roy’s best achievement in domestic cricket?

Indrani Roy was the leading run-scorer in the 2020–21 Senior Women’s One-Day Trophy with 456 runs.

What is Indrani Roy’s primary role in the team?

Indrani Roy is a wicketkeeper-batswoman and a right-handed batter.

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