Karimnagar’s daughter stands out in USA cricket

Posted: Posted Date – 2:34 PM, Mon – Mar 7, 22

Karimnagar: Growing up in California, Trisha Bhima played cricket with her family for fun and watched cricket matches on television for the past three and a half years. She has now become an activist for the promotion of cricket in schools in the United States.

On a mission to promote love for the sport of cricket, Trisha Bhima established the MSJ Cricket Club and organized a fundraiser by distributing used cricket equipment to the Friends of Female Cricket organization in St. Grenadines to help disadvantaged women cricketers in the Caribbean islands. . The club is also currently aiming to hold cricket tournaments at local schools and plans to incorporate cricket into elementary school physical education curricula.

Trisha is also part of the U19 women’s cricket team in the Caribbean Islands. In recent T20 matches, the USA team beat the Windward Islands Women’s Under-19 cricket team in a series 4-1. After the match, she donated cricket equipment for use in the Caribbean islands. At first, she played basketball, volleyball and soccer. Later, she discovered her passion for cricket and decided to take up the sport competitively. A novice cricketer, Trisha has become a good player and her role model is Pat Cummins, fast bowler and captain of the Australian cricket team.

She is the granddaughter of the Managing Director of NAFSCOB and President of the International Cooperative Banking Association (ICBA), Brussels, Bhima Subrahmanyam. Daughter of Bhima Rajesh, who works with Google and Bhima Ranitha, who works with Facebook, Trisha is a Junior (Class XI) at Mission San Jose High School – Fremont, CA. She is also captain of her varsity softball team and plays the important role of catcher on her team. Incidentally, his brother Bhima Ansh (11) is also a cricketer.


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