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Meghna Singh

Team flagIND29 yrs
batting styleright-arm medium Bowler
#46 Bowler in ODI
#52 All Rounder in ODI
Career & Stats
Batting
Bowling

Meghna Singh Recent Form

Batting

GGW vs DCW, 4 (2)
GGW vs UPW, 0 (0) *
GGW vs DCW, 10 (10) *
INDW vs BANW, ODI6 (7)
INDW-A vs INDW-B, T200 (3)
INDW vs AUSW, T20I1 (1)
INDW vs AUSW, T20I0 (1)
INDW vs SLW, ODI8 (13)
SNO vs TBL, T202 (2)
INDW vs ENGW, ODI3 (12)
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Bowling

GGW vs DCW, 0-28
GGW vs UPW, 0-23
GGW vs MIW, 0-37
GGW vs RCBW, 0-42
GGW vs DCW, 4-37
GGW vs UPW, 1-39
GGW vs RCBW, 0-17
GGW vs MIW, 0-19
INDW vs BANW, ODI0-28
INDW vs BANW, ODI1-27
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Meghna Singh Carrer Stats

Batting

FormatMatInnR100s50sHSSRAvgFoursSixesDuckRank
ODI17833001267.3511.0040----
T20I92100150.000.5000----
Test11200233.332.0000----

Bowling

FormatMatInnWEconAvgBest3W5WSRMaidenRank
ODI1717164.9337.003/261045.06----
T20I9948.1637.751/60027.75----
Test1223.1433.002/540063.00----

Teams played for

India Women India A Women Velocity

About Meghna Singh

NameMeghna Singh
GenderFemale
Birth18 Jun 1994
Birth PlaceBijnor, Uttar Pradesh
Height5 ft 8 in
NationalityIndian

Meghna Singh is a right-arm medium pacer, who’s popular for her “banana swing” bowling in the Indian domestic circuit. Like many other cricketers, Singh too had faced hard struggles in her initial days - that has made her one of the strongest forces in the Indian fast-bowling crop. ... continue reading

Player Bio

Meghna Singh is a right-arm medium pacer, who’s popular for her “banana swing” bowling in the Indian domestic circuit. Like many other cricketers, Singh too had faced hard struggles in her initial days - that has made her one of the strongest forces in the Indian fast-bowling crop. 

Born in Kasba Kotwali of Uttar Pradesh, a 14-year-old Singh used to travel 25 kilometres to play and train at Nehru Stadium, Bijnor. As she grew older, her prowess bagged a job as a booking clerk in Moradabad Railways, which helped the pacer better her talent. 

The swing bowler has been a regular feature for the Railways and Uttar Pradesh State, apart from representing the Velocity in the Women’s T20 Challenge. However, her breakthrough season was 2019, when she made some noteworthy performances in domestic cricket and for India A against Sri Lanka. 

A national call-up was too far as Singh was named in the Indian squad for the all format tour of Australia, in September 2021. Apart from being a potent bowler, she is also a handy lower-order batter. The pacer would be eyeing to form a formidable trio - alongside Jhulan Goswami and Shikha Pandey - before the pinnacle ODI World Cup in 2022. 

(As of September 2021)