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The Women’s T-20 World Cup is over. So, let’s move from international cricket to domestic cricket. The next tournament for Senior Women cricketers is “The Senior Women's One Day League” and need not say, it is one of the major List A cricket tournament organised by BCCI for Women since 2006-07.

All you need to know about the Senior Women’s One Day League 2018-19

The 2018-19 edition is going to start on 1st December 2018 having 36 domestic teams participating in it (including Railways team) and is a month long competition.

Interestingly, this is the 13th edition of this tournament and Railways has won it eleven (11) times in the past 12 editions, becoming the sole and most successful team so far and are also the Defending Champions for this year.

Following is the schedule of this year’s edition:

  1. 1st December to 20th December – Round I to Round XII matches
  2. 26th and 27th December – Quarterfinals among top eight (8) teams
  3. 29th December – Semifinals among the winners of four quarterfinals
  4. 31st December – Final between the winners of semifinals

Total 12 matches will be played on the opening day of the tournament.

Following is the list of India’s national team’s players and the team represented by them:

Name of the player

Team

Mithali Raj

Railways

Punam Raut

Railways

Ekta Bisht

Railways

Poonam Yadav

Railways

Rajeshwari Gayakwad

Railways

Sukanya Parida

Railways

Mona Meshram

Railways

Veda Krishnamurthy

Railways

Arundatti Reddy

Railways

Nuzhat Praveen

Railways

Harmanpreet Kaur

Punjab

Taniya Bhatia

Punjab

Smriti Mandhana

Maharashtra

Anuja Patil

Maharashtra

Jemmimah Rodrigues

Mumbai

Shikha Pandey

Goa

Jhulan Goswami

West Bengal

Tanushree Sarkar

West Bengal

Monikha Das

Assam

Radha Yadav

Baroda

Latika Kumari

Delhi

Neha Tanwar

Delhi

Priya Punia

Delhi

Sushma Verma

Himachal Pradesh

Vanitha VR

Karnataka

Pooja Vastrakar

Madhya Pradesh

Fatima Jaffer

Mumbai

From the above data, it is pretty much clear that how strong the Railways team is and why they are the favourites this time too. But would be more interesting if some other team gives some really competitive challenges to Railways and the fans could cheer a completely new group of stars.

It can be rightly concluded that this tournament is very crucial for all the players to get noticed and get selected in the national team. Since it is a month long tournament and most of the national team players play in this competition, it gives an advantage to the state level players to share dressing room and intake a number of technical and psychological knowledge from them.

So guys, which player and team are you backing this time!!!

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