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Indian Air Force felicitates India women’s cricketer Shikha Pandey

New Delhi, Aug 2, 2017: Shikha Pandey, member of India women’s cricket team which ended as runners-up at ICC Women’s World Cup 2017, was felicatated by the Indian Air Force on Tuesday. The cricketer received a cheque and medal from Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa at Air Headquarters in New Delhi on Tuesday.

Updated:Tuesday, August 1, 2017, 23:50

Indian Air Force felicitates India women’s cricketer Shikha PandeyNew Delhi, Aug 2, 2017: Shikha Pandey, member of India women’s cricket team which ended as runners-up at ICC Women’s World Cup 2017, was felicatated by the Indian Air Force on Tuesday. The cricketer received a cheque and medal from Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa at Air Headquarters in New Delhi on Tuesday.

Pandey was felicitated for her brilliant performance during the ICC Women’s World Cup 2017, which took place in England from June 24 to July 17. She played a crucial role in the tournament, helping her side to reach the final after a gap of 12 years.

Pandey showed some impressive performances with the ball in the league matches as she took three wickets against South Africa and two wickets against England respectively. In the semi-final match against Australia, she scalped two main wickets, giving away just 17 runs.

Source: Indian Express

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