World Cup Comes Often For Her




Ellyse Perry

Ellyse Perry

Ask any kid, how frequent do we get to see a World Cup match? Yeah, obviously for four years, one should wait. This exemplary Australian 20 year old is playing two World Cup games for her nation. It is not the “playing two-times”, it is special, boggling- “playing two different sport at their respective Global Event!”

So here we recess, and I shall share a small tit-bit- For those who all consider that Sachin is the God of Cricket; I give nod and will be happy to join the Club of Sachin devotees! You should certainly try this, if you type “Suresh Raina is God”, in Google Translate and translate this to Serbian and now, translate the result back to English, you will find yourself agape, eyes glued to the screen!

Back to the Land of Kangaroos! If any sportsman fails at a particular World Cup in his sport, well, he should drill up for the next one which will be four years down the line, but for Ellyse Perry it is not so, WC comes now and then. It is the first very world-achievement for a sportsperson to represent two different games at an international level. The pithy, “One in the hand is better than two in the bush” does not hold right for Perry. Is it right to play two different games? Will the focus get bifurcated resulting in poor performance? Playing at two different paces and styles may rip her stamina, is it healthy? All kind of rattling has an answer from Perry…

So who exactly is Perry?

Ellyse Perry – is the youngest Australian woman to represent the Women’s Cricket World Cup, she stands next to the best player figuratively. Her batting style is getting her loads of accolades and she is the part of the winning team, especially she plays a pivotal role when comes to the batting line. The first match she played for her country, she was a fledgling, just 16 years! Soon after cricket followed soccer, she began to nurture both her love for cricket and soccer at the same age and did not have any difficulties in playing both. This belle, stood as an example for most of her soccer mates and that paved the way for her to get into the Matildas Soccer Squad, which was released recently.  When asked which would she choose, she felt a bit terrible and just said, it is 100% whichever I play! That was the best answer- she kicks or hits the 100%.

Ellyse Perry now has become the young super sport-model for most of her nationalists.

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Bharathi Murali

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Hello folks! I am Bharathi Murali, 20, a Chemical Engineering student who always look at journalists or journalism students with a little jealousy in my eyes. I belong to Coimbatore now put up in Chennai. Besides writing, blogging I like traveling (on my bike), photography and silence. I have strong belief in philosophy. With regard to sports I just love watching them on TV when it comes to playing them I have tried to play most of the Indian sports with shallow knowledge in each. I am also a part of the University Basketball team and guess more than scoring I take care of defence better and well known for the fouls that I generally commit! I blog at www.thebhavachakra.blogspot.com. In one line I have always admired Bhagat Singh more than Gandhi, I support radicalism!

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