Nooshin Al Khadee is born 13 February 1981. she is a Canarese cricketer. She plays for Karnataka, Railways, Central Zone and India. She is also known as Noosh. the Batting style Right-hand bat Bowling style Right-arm offbreak. Test debut India Women v New Zealand Women at Vapi, Nov 27-30, 2003 scorecard Last Test England Women v India Women at Taunton, Aug 29-Sep 1, 2006 .ODI debut India Women v England Women at Hyderabad (Deccan), Jan 8, 2002 scorecard. Last ODI India Women v Australia Women at Mumbai, Mar 16, 2012 T20I debut England Women v India Women at Derby, Aug 5, 2006 Last T20I Australia Women v India Women at Sydney, Oct 28, 2008. She player for major team like India Women, South Zone , Railway. Women she was ranked No. 1 in the world, as the leading wicket-taker. Her economy rate in the 2005 World Cup in South Africa was 3.05, and she was integral in helping India into the final, where they lost to Australia. l Khadeer, a former No. 1 ranked international bowler, was not part of the World Cup in Australia or India’s squad for the World Twenty20 in England last June. From the squad that played the World Cup – which was India’s last one-day assignment – the notable absentees are Reema Malhotra, Sulakshana Naik, and Snehal Pradhan. England, the world champions and World Twenty20 champions, will be playing five one-dayers and three Twenty20 matches. The tour will open with a warm-up match against Board President’s XI in Bangalore on February 17. The city will also host the first two ODIs on February 19 and 21. The next two matches have been scheduled for February 24 and 26 in Visakapatnam, with Mumbai’s MIG stadium hosting the final ODI.
“Retirement is never an easy decision,” says former India off-spinner, Nooshin Al Khadeer. “All cricketers want to prolong their career, but things were not going my way and I had told myself the day I stop enjoying this game, I will call it a day.” Now a coach for the Hyderabad Cricket Association (HCA) Women’s team, Al Khadeer has slipped nicely into her new role. “Coaching was always my number one option,” she says, as she speaks of her career options after retirement. “The game has given me a lot, and I wanted to give back; so I saw coaching as the best way to do that.” Her decade- long international career has been a learning experience.
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