TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – The progress of Indonesia’s cricket achievements is getting more and more encouraging. This is proven by the success of cricket player from DKI Jakarta, Ni Made Suwandewi in penetrating the international arena.
On the official website of the International Cricket Council (ICC) website, Suwandewi, who is listed as a player of the Indonesian Women’s Cricket National Team, is included in the list of the 100 best bowlers in the world. He is ranked 83rd in the world.
“I am happy to be able to provide the best performance for Indonesian Cricket. And, I will try to be even better in the future,” said Ni Made Suwandewi in Jakarta, Friday, June 14, 2019.
“Yes, Suwandewi’s achievement in being one of the 100 best bowlers in the world is an honor for Indonesian cricket people, especially DKI Jakarta, which is where they train,” said the coach of the DKI Jakarta Cricket Team, Fernandes Nato Wellarana.
This girl who was born in Bali, July 17, 1998, said Fernandes Nato, deserves to be the first Indonesian cricket player to penetrate the world level. Because, Suwandewi is very focused in every practice both on the net or in the field.
Likewise, when strengthening the Indonesian Women’s Cricket National Team in various international events.
“Suwandewi deserves to be in the list of the 100 best bowlers in the world. That is the fruit of her hard work during training and while competing. Hopefully the achievements achieved by Suwandewi (Tori) can motivate other female athletes to be able to play the best and be on par with class players. another world, “said Fernandes.
The achievements of Indonesian Cricket have continued to develop under the leadership of Aziz Syamsuddin. In the first half of 2019, the Indonesian Cricket Women’s National Team, which is ranked 21st in the world, was able to make a surprise in an international match by defeating Japan, Hong Kong, Fiji, Myanmar and Bhutan.
Previously, the Indonesian Cricket Women’s National Team had also defeated Malaysia, Singapore and South Korea. At the inaugural appearance at the 2017 Malaysian SEA Games, Srikandi Indonesia successfully won a silver medal.
“Suwandewi’s success in penetrating the world’s 100 best bowlers is not only a matter of pride but a motivation for PP PCI to continue to produce world-class cricket players,” said Chairman of PP PCI, Aziz Syamsuddin.
“We hope that Suwandewi can inspire other Indonesian cricket players to be in the top world rankings individually. Both bowling, batting and All Rounder rankings are in accordance with ICC criteria,” he added.
“It should be noted that Suwandewi’s individual achievements surpass world-class players including the captain of the Indian national team, Harmanpreet Kaur,” said PP PCI Deputy Chairperson Abhiram S Yadav.
Name: Ni Made Putri Suwandewi
Born: Bali, July 18, 1998
Position: All Round
Batting Style: Right Handed
Bowling Style: Fast Bowle