Full name Asha Rawat
Born February 16, 1982, Dehli
Current age 35 years 35 days
Major teams India Green Women, India Under-21s Women, India Women
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm offbreak
|Only Test||India Women v England Women at Delhi, Nov 21-24, 2005 scorecard|
|ODI debut||India Women v England Women at Silchar, Dec 7, 2005 scorecard|
|Last ODI||England Women v India Women at Hove, Sep 9, 2008 scorecard|
|Bat & Bowl||Team||Opposition||Ground||Match Date||Scorecard|
|5||India Green||v India Blue||Ahmedabad||5 Jan 2010||Other T20|
|5*||India Green||v India Blue||Ahmedabad||4 Jan 2010||Other T20|
|24*||India Green||v India Red||Ahmedabad||3 Jan 2010||Other OD|
|9||India Snr Wm||v India B Women||Ahmedabad||3 Oct 2008||Other OD|
|3||India Snr Wm||v India A Wmn||Ahmedabad||2 Oct 2008||Other OD|
|-||India Women||v Eng Wn||Hove||9 Sep 2008||WODI # 665|
|10||India Women||v Eng Wn||Arundel||7 Sep 2008||WODI # 664|
|-||India Women||v Eng Wn||Taunton||4 Sep 2008||WODI # 663|
|11||India Women||v Eng Wn||Taunton||1 Sep 2008||WODI # 662|
|0||India Women||v Eng Wn||Bath||30 Aug 2008||WODI # 661|
Asha Rawat is a technically correct batsman and she has already made a name for herself as an excellent fielder both close in and in the outfield. After making her debut against England in India in 2005, she was included in the squad for their tour of Ireland and England in 2006. But out of the five matches she played, she only got to bat in two where she aggregated in 12 runs. Rawat was not picked for the Asia Cup that year and also missed out on selection to the squad for the Quadrangular Series in early 2007.
It was in 2008 Asia Cup where she came to prominence with three half-centuries in five matches, including a masterful 97 in the final against Sri Lanka.
Rawat plays her domestic cricket for Northern Railway in Delhi, for whom she averages an impressive 61.
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