India's former international cricketer and national cricket academy spin coach Narendra Hirwani will work as an advisor to the country's women's team. Hirwani, who has played 17 Tests and 18 ODIs for India, will accompany the team on select tours. Recently, India's T20 captain Harmanpreet Kaur had stressed the need for a spin coach for the team. The Indian team has spinners like Poonam Yadav, Ekta Bisht and Deepti Sharma. "It is not a full-time role as he is busy with the National Cricket Academy. He will go on a few trips with the team. He also recently worked at a team camp in the NCA," he said.
For your information, the team does not need a batting coach at the time because former Indian batsman WV Raman is the coach of the team. "The women's team, like the men's team, also needs full support staff," a team said in a team that is scheduled to play the World Cup in Australia in February next year. India have not played international cricket since March and now has to play a series against South Africa in September.Hirwani took 66 wickets with an average of 30.11 in 17 Tests. They had taken 16 wickets in their first match. During this period, his economy rate was 2.77. In ODIs, he took 23 wickets with an average of 31.26 in 18 games. During this period, his economy was 4.49. They can prove to be better coaches for the team.
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