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Laxmi Yadav to prove UP’s strong ‘warrior’ in WPL, show batting prowess



Ghaziabad: Women’s Premier League, WPL is also organized by the BCCI from this year. In this league, Laxmi Yadav of DS Cricket Academy will also win the hearts of cricket fans around the world with her explosive stick. Laxmi Yadav has been bought by UP Warriors for Rs 10 lakh. The Women’s Premier League starts on March 4. Its final will be played on March 26. UP Warriors will play 6 league games and Laxmi Yadav is expected to leave his mark in the wicket by standing clear of his stick.

Laxmi Yadav is the wicketkeeper batsman
Laxmi’s coach Sanjay Nagar has said that Laxmi Yadav plays for Delhi’s Ranji team and she also captained Delhi. In the India A Challenger Trophy One Day, he performed brilliantly for Delhi, scoring 150 runs in 4 matches. He scored an unbeaten 92 on 85 balls against Arunachal Pradesh. He was also selected for the India B Challenger Trophy T20 but was unable to get a chance to play.

Hard work paid off

Laxmi Yadav, a resident of Bamheta, comes from a simple family. His father Kundan Yadav works in a private company. Laxmi Yadav was interested in cricket early on. When the family supported, Lakshmi also spared no effort to work hard. In 2013, he started learning the nuances of cricket with coach Sanjay Nagar. Sanjay Nagar then joined Sunil Saini’s DS Cricket Academy and here under the supervision of Sanjay Nagar his game flourished in such a way that Lakshmi was selected in Delhi U19 team and after that he did not look back. She was also the captain of the Delhi U23 team. His brother Ajay Yadav also supported him every step of the way.