The Indian team has won the match between India and Ireland on 20 February. In this match, in their last league match affected by rain, they defeated Ireland by Duckworth-Lewis method by five runs here on Monday. With this win, the Indian team has become the team to reach the semi-finals with six points after playing four matches. Whereas in the group, the England team has already finalized the ticket for the semi-finals.
unique helmet viral
The Indian team won the first toss and decided to bat first. During this, the Ireland team landed on the ground to bowl. During this, the attention of the spectators and players present in the stadium went to Ireland’s wicketkeeper Mary Waldron. She came on the field to take part in the competition in a very interesting way.
In fact, instead of using the common wicket-keeping helmet, he was wearing a very unique helmet. The photo of his helmet is becoming fiercely viral on social media. During the match, Mary Waldron arrived with a helmet that had no head covering. That helmet only had a part to hide the face. Usually this type of helmet is not used in cricket. When Mary Waldron did wicketkeeping wearing this helmet, its photos and videos became fiercely viral on social media.
According to the information, this type of helmet is usually worn in rugby matches. The design of both the helmets is very similar to each other. It has a grill through which it is possible to protect the mouth and eyes. By the way, it is not known why he has done wicketkeeping wearing this different type of helmet, but it is definitely being discussed.
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Opener Smriti Mandhana’s format-best blistering 87 helped India post a competitive 155 for six as they restricted Ireland to 54 for two in 8.2 overs when play was stopped due to rain. . The Indian team has reached the semi-finals of the Women’s T20 World Cup for the third time in a row. The team was last runner-up in 2020. Chasing the target, Ireland lost two wickets in the first over itself.
Amy Hunter was run out on the brilliant fielding and throw of Jemima Rodrigues, while Renuka Singh bowled the in-form Orla Prendergast without opening the account. After this, opener Gabby Lewis (32 not out in 25 balls) and captain Laura Denly (17 not out in 20 balls) tried to get Ireland back in the match by sharing an unbroken 53-run partnership in 45 balls for the third wicket. However, the rain ruined their efforts.