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Jemimah Rodrigues

India

Jemimah Rodrigues is an Indian cricketer who plays as a bowler in the WT20I and WODIs in the India Women's National Cricket Team. Jemimah Rodrigues was born on 5 September 2000 in Bhandup, Mumbai, India.She studied in St. Joseph's Convent High School, Mumbai. Her father Ivan was a junior coach in her school.International careerJemimah Rodrigues made her T20I...Read More

Personal Informetion

Full Name Jemimah Ivan Rodrigues
Also Known As Jemi
Born 05 Sep 2000 (age 19)
Playing Role Batsman
Batting Style Right Handed Bat
Bowling Style Right-arm offbreak
Fielding Position Anywhere on Ground
Birth Place Bhandup, Mumbai, India
Hobbies Listening to Music
Height 5 ft 5 in (1.65 m)
Weight 54 kg
Body Measurements 32-28-33

ICC Rankings

Test ODI T20
Batting 38 4

Batting Career Statistics

M Runs HS Avg SR 100 200 50 C/S
Test
ODI 16 372 81* 24.80 73.80 0 0 3 4/-
T20 36 790 72 28.21 113.50 0 0 6 16/-
IPL

Bowling Career Statistics

M B Wkts Avg Econ BBI BBM 5W 10W
Test
ODI 16 12 1 6.00 3.00 1/1 1/1 0 0
T20 36 18 0 -- 7.66 -- -- 0 0
IPL

Career information

ODI debut 12 March 2018 v Australia at Vadodara
T20 debut 13 February 2018 v South Africa at Potchefstroom

Domestic team info

Years Team
2008/02-present India Women

Family information

Father Ivan Rodrigues

Profile

Jemimah Rodrigues is an Indian cricketer who plays as a bowler in the WT20I and WODIs in the India Women's National Cricket Team. Jemimah Rodrigues was born on 5 September 2000 in Bhandup, Mumbai, India.

She studied in St. Joseph's Convent High School, Mumbai. Her father Ivan was a junior coach in her school.

International career

Jemimah Rodrigues made her T20I debut 13 February 2018 against South Africa and ODI debut 12 March 2018 against Australia.

Domestic team information

2019 - present -:- IPL Supernovas

2019         -:- Yorkshire Diamonds

Honors and Titles 

Jemimah Rodrigues is the second woman cricketer after Smriti Mandhana to score a double century in a 50-over cricket match. She scored 202 runs in just 163 balls against Saurashtra in November 2017.

In January 2020, she was named in India's squad for the 2020 ICC Women's T20 World Cup in Australia.


Last Updated: 29 Apr 20 by