Prez Murmu Congratulates Indias U19 Womens Cricket Team For Winning Inaugural T-20 World Cup

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Prez Murmu Congratulates Indias U19 Womens Cricket Team For Winning Inaugural T-20 World Cup

Droupadi Murmu, the president of India, congratulated the Indian U-19 Women's T20 team after they defeated England in the World Cup final on Sunday to win the first championship: On Sunday, President Droupadi Murmu congratulated India's Under-19 women's cricket team on their triumph in the first T-20 World Cup and said it had made the nation proud. India won the U-19 T20 World Cup final against England, and they are now aiming for the adult T20 Women's World Cup.

The President offers Shafali's army his compliments

India earned their first ICC trophy in women's cricket on Sunday as they defeated England by a score of overwhelming seven wickets to win the first U-19 World Cup.I'd like to congratulate Team India for winning the first Under-19 Women's T20 Cricket World Cup! These gifted young ladies gave a superb performance. These winners serve as role models for our children, particularly the girls. India should be proud of this historic victory, Murmu tweeted.

India at their most proficient

On Sunday, the Indian U-19 Women's Team made history by winning the nation's first-ever women's cricket World Cup. India, led by Shafali Verma, crushed England by seven wickets in the U-19 World Cup championship match at Potchefstroom. At Senwes Park, the Indian bowlers were in top form as they first dismissed England for 68.

History created in South Africa

The Girls in Blue's outing was historic. The Indian women's team, a respected power in international cricket, but up just short of winning the World Cup on any level. At Senwes Park, though, the girls had different ideas. They quickly established their dominance and never looked back. The Indian women were blazing hot after they made the choice to bowl first. When Titas Sadhu made the opening run, they startled a potent English batting lineup. After then, Archana Devi grabbed two wickets in a single over, shocking the English team.Then, after some outstanding fielding, the other bowlers chipped in to help knock England out for only 68. Shafali launched Sophia Smale for a maximum in the 69-yard chase after starting with a boundary off Hannah Baker. India's skipper was caught by Alexa Stonehouse in the third over, and Baker came back to bowl him out.

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