Bhopal’s Soumya debuts as vice-captain in Under-19 women’s team India

Soumya Tiwari, a student of St. Joseph’s Convent Idgah Hills, Bhopal, has been appointed as the vice-captain of the Indian Women’s Under-19 team for the 5-match T20I series against New Zealand Women’s Under-19 in Mumbai. Soumya batted brilliantly in the quadrangular Women’s U19 T20 series, scoring 102 runs at 102 strike rate in 3 matches of the 4-match series, with the second highest score in the series being 65 not out. Under the leadership of Soumya, Madhya Pradesh won the trophy by defeating Karnataka by 26 runs in the Inter-State Women’s Under-19 T20 cricket tournament organized by the Board of Control for Cricket in India. While being the captain of Madhya Pradesh in this tournament, Soumya Tiwari played impressive innings and scored 255 runs in eight innings in the entire series and was number one in the whole of India. Soumya’s performance in bowling was also of a high level, taking 15 wickets in eight matches, Soumya got the second position in India. Soumya had hit 27 fours and two sixes in the entire tournament. Leading India A in the Challenger Trophy, he scored a total of 107 runs in the series with highest 10 fours.

On this occasion, Principal Sister Lily, Deputy Principal Sister Stania, Head of Sports Ravdeep Singh Malhari, Vishnu Kant Sahay, Jitendra Shukla, Amandeep Kaur along with all the teachers of the school family expressed their happiness on this occasion. congratulated.