Amol Muzumdar has been appointed Head Coach of the Women's Indian Cricket Team

On Wednesday, Pioneer of Indian Domestic Cricket Amol Muzumdar was appointed as the head coach of the Indian Women Cricket Team. Muzumdar, who didn’t get the opportunity to represent India at international level, scored over 11,000 first-class runs in 171 matches, including 30 centuries. In his illustrious 21-year-long career, he also featured in over 100 List A games and 14 T20 matches. He won multiple Ranji Trophy titles with Mumbai and later represented Assam and Andhra Pradesh.
The BCCI said in a statement, “The Cricket Advisory Committee, comprising Ms. Sulakshana Naik, Mr. Ashok Malhotra, and Mr. Jatin Paranjape, interviewed the shortlisted applicants for the position of Head Coach, Team India (Senior Women). After thorough and thoughtful deliberation, the three-member committee unanimously recommended Mr. Amol Muzumdar to take over the role. The BCCI confirms the appointment of Mr. Amol Muzumdar as the new Head Coach of Team India Senior Women.”
BCCI President Roger Binny said in a statement, “I welcome the appointment of Mr. Amol Muzumdar as the Head Coach of the Indian Women's Cricket Team. I am confident that under his tenure, the team will continue to rise and perform well across different formats of the game. The team has consistently delivered impressive performances in bilateral and multi-nation events, and I am certain our players will benefit immensely under Mr. Muzumdar's guidance and roadmap.”


Oct 25, 2023 2:24 PM