New Indian Express – NEW DELHI: Former Indian off-spinner, who has recently been appointed as the interim coach of the Indian women’s cricket team, has said that he is happy with the role assigned to him and would do his best to take the team forward.

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  • NEW DELHI: Former Indian off-spinner, who has recently been appointed as the interim coach of the Indian women’s cricket team, has said that he is happy with the role assigned to him and would do his best to take the team forward.
  • I will try to put my [best] foot forward to take the women’s team ahead,” ESPNcricinfo.com quoted Powar, as saying.
  • Powar will be monitoring Indian women’s camp at the National Cricket Academy in Bengaluru that will be held from July 25 to August 3 ahead of team’s Sri Lanka tour in September.
  • The off-spinner will be at the helm of the Indian team till the appointment of the full-time coach for which applications have been invited by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI).
  • Meanwhile, the BCCI has kept a “below 55 years” age criteria along with the coaching experience of the national team or a first-class state team for the full-time role of women team’s head coach.


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