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batsman

Cricket
a. a person who bats or whose turn it is to bat
b. a player who specializes in batting
Collins Discovery Encyclopedia, 1st edition © HarperCollins Publishers 2005
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1 batswoman in the ICC Women's ODI rankings, said it would give seniors chance to play with juniors and see what they had got to offer ahead of the T20 World Cup in February 2020.
Star batswoman Harmanpreet Kaur, who along with Smriti played the Women's Big Bash League last year, seconded Mithali's call for an Indian Premier League-styled T20 tournament in India.
New batswoman Jhulan Goswami (9) was dismissed in the 40th over and in the same over Miltali was adjudged leg before wicket off Slow left-arm orthodox Inoka Ranaweera.
Venetia Bradley top-scored for Durham with 30 from 37 balls but once she was out lbw Durham wickets started to fall frequently - Alys Beadle the only other Durham batswoman to reach double figures with 16.
KARACHI -- Pakistan batswoman Martina Iqbal smashed a brilliant century as Omar Associates launched their campaign in 10th Mohtarma Fatima Jinnah National Women Cricket Tournament by overwhelming Lahore by whooping margin of 260 runs at Lahore Country Club Muridke Ground on Wednesday.
Subha Venkataraman and Samiya Salim, also of the UAE, were declared the best batswoman and best bowler of the tournament respectively.
The trophies for the winning teams, best bowler, best batsman, best all-rounder and for the best woman bowler and best batswoman were given away by the Ambassadors of South Africa and Guyana in Cuba who graced the event as special guests.
Talented batswoman Christelene Steinhobel, 23, had entered the country as a teenager on her mother Christina Mulder's work permit in 2003.
Mithali Raj was the only other Indian batswoman to make an impact, with 35, before she was run out by Jenny Gunn.
The teenage Scots batswoman winds up for a thunderous hit, lifting the shiny metal bat and slogging the leather ball low and hard, wide of the bowler.
"She attended a coaching clinic held in Cardiff by England opening batswoman Caroline Atkins and has also joined the Newport club where she is coached by brothers Mike and David Knight and has been watched by Wales Under-11s coach Graham Burgess, the former Somerset cricketer," added Mr Thornton.
Javeria, who was also sent to Australia in an attempt to rectify her suspect bowling action but failed to get a clearance certificate, has now been included in the side as a batswoman. But her last batting performance in the World T20 was pathetic as she only scored seven runs in three matches at an average of 2.33.