Women’s domestic T20 cricket to be played in Australia will play in the competition. He has signed with the Brisbane Heat for the upcoming season of 2021. The 30-year-old Team India wrist spinner has been included in the Brisbane team after New Zealand star Emilia Kerr was dropped.

Poonam is on an Australia tour

Currently, Poonam Yadav is on a tour of Australia with Team India. She played in two matches of the three ODI series against Australia. But he not included in the team in the Day / Night Test match played between India and Australia. She is the eighth Indian player to join the team in the Women’s Big Bash League for the upcoming season.

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These Indian women cricketers have signed

The women cricketers of Team India who have been signed-in the Women’s Big Bash League to be played in Australia are Shefali Verma, Radha Yadav (both Sydney Sixers), Smriti Mandhana, Deepti Sharma (both Sydney Thunder), Richa Ghosh (Hobart Hurricanes) Jemima Rodriguez and Harmanpreet Kaur (Melbourne Renegades) while Poonam Yadav has signed with Brisbane Heat.

Ashley Knopke expressed happiness

Coach Ashley Knopke expressed happiness after Poonam Yadav joined Brisbane Heat. He while talking to cricket.com.au. Said, when we lost Emilia we were confident that we could support our team. Adding to Poonam’s skills and her competitiveness is a huge result. Knopke further said, he is a different kind of bowler for Meli. We are clear about this. To make the best use of his talent in his line-up.

Poonam Yadav cricket career

Poonam Yadav has played only one test for India. In which three wickets take. Apart from this, she has played 54 ODIs for Team India. In which he has 76 wickets in his name. His best bowling performance in ODI cricket is four wickets for 13 runs. Not only this, Poonam represented India in 71 Women’s T20 International matches. In which he has taken 98 wickets. His best bowling analysis is his four wickets for 9 runs in T20 Internationals.