After giving an amazing performance in the WCPL, Shreyanka awaits an India call-up

The Indian women's cricket team is getting ready for their first appearance in the upcoming 19th Asian game in Hangzhou, but there is one cricketer from India, Shreyanka Patil, who has not even made an international debut yet and is hogging the spotlight at the Women's Caribbean League being played in the West Indies with her fine off-break bowling.
Sharing her happiness on the experience of playing in the WCPL and also being the first Indian to be part of the Caribbean T20 league, Patil, who came into the limelight earlier this year when she played for Royal Challengers Bangalore in the Women's Premier League, said, "It is an amazing feeling to be part of the WCPL and share the dressing room with some experienced cricketers. It is a big deal to be the first Indian to play in the WCPL. Unfortunately, we lost the game where I picked up four wickets, but I am having fun. It is a special feeling to be part of a foreign league and do well."
While describing her journey from the WPL, the U-23 Asia Cup, and the WCPL, Patil said, "Hard work and practice have been my priorities." And it has paid off. From the day I was born, I had this dream of playing for India. I have been following the mantra of hard work, and I have invested my time massively. I want to be an impact player and win matches. I could learn from experienced players like Mandhana, Ellysee Perry, and Sophie Devine in the WPL. In the U-23 Emerging Asia Cup, I made sure I did well for India, and I am happy to have made my presence felt. I am waiting for that special day when I make my India debut."

Sep 9, 2023 3:44 AM