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Mansi Joshi

Team flagIND30 yrs
batting styleright-arm medium fast Bowler
Career & Stats

Mansi Joshi Recent Form


GGW vs MIW, 7 (9) *
GGW vs DCW, 5 (2) *
GGW vs MIW, 6 (19)
INDW vs SAW, ODI12 (20)
INDW vs SAW, T20I3 (16) *
INDW vs NZW, T20I0 (0) *
INDW vs SLW, T20I3 (3) *
INDW vs SLW, ODI2 (2)
INDW vs SLW, ODI2 (2)
INDW vs PAKW, ODI4 (8) *


GGW vs DCW, 0-16
GGW vs DCW, 0-31
GGW vs RCBW, 1-9
GGW vs UPW, 1-15
GGW vs MIW, 0-17
SNO vs VEL, T200-17
INDW vs SAW, ODI1-43
INDW vs SAW, ODI0-43
INDW vs SAW, ODI2-23
INDW vs WIW, T20I0-15

Mansi Joshi Carrer Stats





Carrer Debut Information

ODI Debut
IND WMN vs IRE WMN at Colombo (PSS)- February 10, 2017
T20I Debut
IND WMN vs BDESH WMN at Bangkok- November 26, 2016

Teams played for

Haryana Women India Women

About Mansi Joshi

NameMansi Joshi
Birth14 Oct 1993
Birth PlaceRoorkee, Uttarakhand, India
Height5 ft 4 in

A right-arm medium-fast bowler, Joshi is part of the Indian women's cricket team and plays for Haryana in the domestic circuit.... continue reading

Player Bio

A right-arm medium-fast bowler, Joshi is part of the Indian women's cricket team and plays for Haryana in the domestic circuit.

Joshi attended trials at the Haryana Cricket Association and got selected for the U19 state team. The pacer had an impressive first few seasons with Haryana and as a result, was included in India’s T20I squad for a series against West Indies. However, Joshi did not feature in any of the matches but finally made her T20I debut against Bangladesh in the 2016 Women’s T20 Asia Cup held in Thailand.

The Roorkee-born picked up a wicket on her debut match and in the next game against Thailand and took 2 for 28 against. Hence, was declared the 'Player of the Match'.

Impressive performances in the Asia Cup earned her a maiden ODI call-up against Ireland in 2017. She couldn’t pick up any wicket but was economical in her 8 overs. She roared back in the next game against Bangladesh, picking up 3 crucial wickets and helped India to qualify for the 2017 Women’s World Cup. 

Joshi was part of the Indian team that reached the finals of the 2017 World Cup where the team eventually lost to England by nine runs. She played only two matches in the World Cup but did leave a positive impression with her swing bowling. 

Just before the 2020 Women’s T20 Challenge in UAE, Joshi tested positive for Covid-19 and was subsequently ruled out of the tournament. 

A future star in the making, Mansi Joshi has all the tools to be a successful pacer for the Indian team. She possesses a strong run-up and it’s her deadly outswingers that caught the eyes of the Indian selectors.

(As of Mar 2021)