RCB's women's team creates history after 17 years

On March 17, 2024, RCB wo the title of Women's Premier League (WPL), creating history for RCB franchise after 17 years. Here are the wonder women who made it possible.

Smriti Mandhana (C) 

She is the captain of RCB & also the youngest captain of the Indian cricket team, who led the team to lift the trophy with courage, hardwork & determination.

An Australian all-rounder & Orange Cap winner, she played a crucial role in RCB's success by dominating opponents with her skills in both bowling & batting.

Ellyse Perry

Shreyanka Patil

Originally from Karnataka, she began her season with a five-wicket haul & presented her bowling prowess in all matches. She earned the Purple Cap, recognising herself as the season's best bowler.

Asha Shobana

By making paperballs from newspaper & playing on the streets of Tripura to becoming first Indian fifer bowler, she made it through her journey of ups & downs and achieved her dream.

Disha Kasat

Giving up on the dream of ecoming a CA, she pursued cricket & showcased her batting skills in top order and amplified team's performance significantly.

Georgia Wareham

Coming from Australia, she is a versatile player known for her leg-spin bowling abilities, which helped secure the ICC Women's World T20 & WPL 2024 victories.

Richa Ghosh

From Siliguri, she excelled in local cricket and caught the attention of selectors with her reliable performance, who also scored an unbeaten 17 in the WPL finals.

Indrani Roy

A wicketkeeper-batsman who began her cricket journey at 15 contributed to RCB's triumph by being part of the team since their debut season.

Renuka Singh Thakur

She played a pivotal role for RCB by excelling in swing bowling during the powerplay overs, providing crucial breakthroughs, & controlling the run flow throughout the tournament.

Shraddha Pokharkar

Selected as a replacement of left-hand batter Kanika Ahuja, she proved her capabilities as a versatile bowler who can perform incredibly well under pressure.

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