Watch: Jemimah Rodrigues’ track for Delhi Capitals forward of WPL 20232 min read
With the inaugural Women’s Premier League simply across the nook, Delhi Capitals vice-captain Jemimah Rodrigues feels ‘very excited’ for her stint with the franchise.
In a video shared by Delhi Capitals, the Mumbai batter sings a track for her aspect and divulges who she would select as her jamming associate from the crew.
Reframing the unique ‘Dil yeh Ziddi hai’, Rodrigues sung it as: “Dil ye Dilli hai..dil ye Dilli hai…dil ye Dilli hai.”
“One thing is there, Alice Capsey knows how to sing Hindi songs…I taught her during the WBBL,” she added.
When quizzed who she is most excited to satisfy within the crew, Rodrigues named Australia and DC skipper Meg Lanning.
When requested for a message for Smriti Mandhana, RCB’s captain and her shut pal, towards whom they play their first match on Sunday, Rodrigues jokingly stated, “Wait..who is the captain there? I don’t know her, she is definitely not my best friend.”
Meanwhile, Delhi Capitals had their first coaching session on Monday with their coach and gamers reaching Mumbai – host metropolis of the primary WPL – only a few days forward of the event.
Jemimah performed an necessary half in India’s marketing campaign which ended with a semi remaining defeat towards Australia.
Talking about her function because the vice-captain of the Delhi aspect, the 22-year-old Indian batter stated, “I am going to make the most of it. She (Meg) is one of the greatest leaders we have ever seen.” India opener Shafali Verma can also be a part of the Capitals’ squad.
Delhi Capitals will probably be coached by two-time title winner in The Hundred, Jonathan Batty, whereas former England head coach Lisa Keightley and ex India participant and selector Hemlata Kala are assistant coaches.
Biju George, who prior to now labored with the India Women’s crew, has been named the fielding coach.