Amaranta Entertainment presents Cricket
India as a country nurses a fond yet fiery obsession for cricket as a sport. In fact cricket is considered somewhat a religion in India and has a mammoth following. But when women’s cricket is taken into consideration, there is a very distinct and clear lack of awareness and opportunities for women to seriously pursue the sport as a career. Coupled with many other setbacks, the women cricketers fight against the odds to make a mark for themselves in a man’s sporting arena and are pursuing their passions despite lack of concrete scope. We have identified four women cricketers who are exceptionally talented and are working very hard towards achieving their dreams and goals in this popular sport.
We identified four women cricketers who are exceptionally talented in the sport and are working hard towards their dreams and goals in cricket.
These cricketers are:
- Hemalatha Dayalan (Batting all-rounder. TamilNadu Senior state level cricketer. Represented South Zone for Under-19 as well as Seniors. She represented India Green for the Challengers Trophy. She was adjudged the Best Woman Cricketer of the Year 2014 by the TamilNadu Cricket Association )
- Swetha C.V (TamilNadu Senior state level cricketer.)
- Keerthana S.B (TamilNadu Under-19 and Senior state level cricketer. She was selected to take part in an exclusive Under-19 camp by the National Cricket Academy. She was adjudged the Young Promising Woman Cricketer of the Year 2014 by the TamilNadu Cricket Association)
- Vinithra Madhavan Menon (TamilNadu Under-19 state level cricketer who vice-captained the Under 19 State side. She is currently recovering from a chronic ankle injury and hopes to get back into the side thanks to the support given to her by Amaranta Entertainment)