Star of india Batsman Jemima Rodrigues Has thanked the previous generation for bringing women’s cricket to its present state. Jemima said that now her responsibility is to create a better platform for future generations.
Jemima delivered a sentimental message after the unveiling of the team’s white jersey (for the Test match) for their upcoming tour of England. The team, led by Mithali Raj, will play Test matches for the first time in seven years.
The dress was handed over to the players in Mumbai where the teams are still quarantined. Twenty-two-year-old Jemima said on the occasion that head coach Ramesh Powar made her aware of the legacy of the Indian women’s cricket team.
Jemima wrote in her post on Instagram, ‘Ramesh Powar sir called us today for a team meeting and made us aware of the legacy of women’s cricket in India. Where did it begin and how did we get here. About the players before us who made what we are today possible. ‘
He said, “Those players who did this without any recognition who gave recognition to women’s cricket in India.” The batsman said that top cricketers Jhulan Goswami and Mithali Raj also shared their experiences. Both these players have been in the team for a long time.
Jemima said, “After this, two Indian women cricket veterans came to Mithu Di and Jhulu Di and they shared with the whole team what cricket means to them and what a privilege it is to be a part of this legacy.” Jemima hoped that she would leave the team in a better position for future generations.
He said, “The meeting ended with this beautiful quote that our greatest responsibility is to honor those who have been before us and who will handle this legacy after us.” The Indian team will play a series of three ODIs and three T20 Internationals after playing a Test against England.