Younger India batter Jemimah Rodrigues will play for Melbourne Renegades within the upcoming Girls’s Massive Bash League, the occasion organisers introduced on Wednesday.
It will likely be a debut season for the 21-year-old Rodrigues, starting October 14. Shafali Verma and Radha Yadav have been signed up by Sydney Sixers.
“For me, the principle purpose over right here will probably be simply to tug again and play cricket, play some good cricket and luxuriate in what I’m doing. I do know after I try this and after I’m in that headspace, I can give it my finest,” Rodrigues was quoted as saying by cricket.com.au.
Rodrigues was not a part of the Indian crew that misplaced the ODI sequence 1-2 to hosts Australia however she had a good stint within the current Hundred sequence the place she scored 249 runs in seven innings for the Northern Superchargers.
“The purpose is no matter occurs, I wish to give it my 100 per cent each time I am on the sector… and hopefully (we are able to win) the cup for the Renegades.
“I am tremendous excited, I am actually wanting ahead to it and there’s a lot that I’ll study, I am positive about that,” she mentioned.
Renegades coach Simon Helmot was impressed with the way in which Rodrigues performed in ‘The Hundred’
“Jemimah is an immensely proficient younger participant, who’s already making her mark on the world stage at 21,” the coach mentioned.
“She was very good just lately in The Hundred over within the UK. She’s is a dynamic participant who can rating rapidly and to all elements of the bottom.”