Mona Meshram

Mona Meshram

Full name
Mona Raesh Meshram

Born 30 September 1991

Batting Right-handed

Bowling Right-arm medium
Role Batter

ODI debut (cap 102) 24 June 2012 v Ireland
ODI shirt no. 30

T20I debut (cap 33) 26 June 2012 v England

Mona Meshram, born on September 30, 1991, in the vibrant city of Nagpur, has etched her name into the annals of Indian cricket with her remarkable talent and dedication to the sport. Her journey from the bylanes of Nagpur to the cricketing arenas is a testament to her unwavering passion and skill on the field.

Growing up in a city with a rich cricketing culture, Mona discovered her love for the sport at an early age. Encouraged by her family and supported by local coaches who recognized her potential, she honed her skills on the dusty grounds of Nagpur. As she progressed through the ranks, her talent became increasingly evident, marking her as a promising cricketer.

Mona Meshram made her mark in domestic cricket, representing her state with distinction. Her elegant batting style and ability to handle pressure situations quickly caught the eye of selectors, earning her a place in the national squad. Representing India, Mona showcased her prowess as a top-order batter, contributing crucial runs in various formats of the game.

Beyond the boundary lines, Mona is known for her commitment to the spirit of the game and her positive influence on and off the field. She has been a source of inspiration for aspiring cricketers, particularly young girls who aspire to follow in her footsteps. Mona actively engages in community initiatives, emphasizing the importance of sportsmanship, discipline, and hard work.

As Mona Raesh Meshram continues to don the Indian jersey, her journey stands as a beacon of hope for aspiring cricketers from smaller cities. Her story resonates as a testament to the idea that talent and perseverance know no geographical boundaries. The cricketing community eagerly anticipates the innings she will play in the years to come, knowing that Mona Meshram's contributions to Indian cricket will endure as an inspiration for generations to follow.


She was the recipient of the BCCI’s M.A. Chidambaram Award for being the best Junior lady cricketer of the 2010–11 season (623 runs at 103.83 in 8 matches, inclusive of one century and 5 half centuries).


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