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BCCI appoints new fielding coach for Indian Women’s team


BCCI has appointed a fresh set of coaches for Women’s team ahead of upcoming Women’s world Cup starting in England next month. Kerala Coach Biju George has been appointed as fielding coach of Indian women’s team.

Tushar Arothe is appointed as the main coach. Trupti Bhattacharya will take up the role of manager while Aarti Nalge is video analyst. Tracy Fernandes has been given the job of physio while Radha Krishnaswamy has been named trainer while Rashmi Pawar is the Masseuse.

The Indian team’s prepatory camp commences in Mumbai on 6 June. Team India will leave for England on 11 June and will play a practice game against England XI at Loughborough MCC University.

List of Support Staff:

CoachTushar Arothe
Fielding CoachBiju George
PhysioTracy Fernandes
TrainerRadha Krishnaswamy
MasseuseRashmi Pawar
Video AnalystAarti Nalge
ManagerTrupti Bhattacharya

Team India is all set to move to Derbyshire where they will play New Zealand women and Sri Lanka women on 19 June and 21 June respectively.

India’s Group Stage Fixtures

24 June VS England at Derby

29 June VS West Indies at Taunton

2 July VS Pakistan at Derby

5 July VS Sri Lanka at Derby

8 July VS South Africa at Leicester

12 July VS Australia at Bristol

15 July VS New Zealand at Derby

1st Semifinal 18 July at Derby

2nd Semifinal 20 July at Bristol

Final 23 July At The Lord’s

– by Atharva Apte

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