Jemmah Rodrigues is giving some Hindi lessons to the English players and it seems they are quite intrigued to try it out.
More often than not when the players play in the overseas leagues they get the opportunity to explore and try out many things in the host nation. One has also often seen this during the Indian Premier League (IPL) wherein the foreign players keep trying new things that intrigue the cricket fans and followers. It is absolutely no different when it comes to the Women’s T20 Challenge as well.
However, the ongoing The Hundred tournament is another such league that is grabbing the eyeballs and Jemimah Rodrigues is making sure she carries the momentum off-field too. Recently, Jemimah posted a story wherein she was having some fun time with her teammates at the Northern Superchargers.
The girls are seen enjoying a train ride and the batter is making sure that she entertains her fellow mates. The foreign players trying out to speak the Hindi language is never a dull moment. Thus, Rodrigues is giving some Hindi lessons to the English players and it seems they are quite intrigued to try it out.
Jemimah is spotted teaching the players the Hindi line- “Gadi baju mein ruki hai” and the teammates are trying to repeat those words after her. When not on the field, the explosive batter never leaves a stone unturned to bring some action and entertainment for her fans. Whether it is playing guitar or singing along with the group she is often seen lightning up the moods of everybody in the team.
Jemimah Rodrigues is having a good time with the willow for Northern Superchargers
The Northern Superchargers have started their campaign on a splendid note by winning both of their fixtures so far. After their first win, the team celebrated their victory with some cool dance moves on the field. Jemimah had posted the video for the same wherein all the players were seen trying out some fascinating steps.
The batter struggled with her form more so recently and wasn’t able to exude some big performances. However, she has got to a sparkling start to her campaign at The Hundred tournament. She scored an unbeaten 92 in the first match and then an impressive 62 in the second game.