Shubda Bhosle Gaikwad, the Indian female official in the Legends cricket league in Oman. Along with her, Lauren Agenbag from South Africa, Humaira Farah from Pakistan and Renee Montgomery from Hongkong will be the officials for the tournament. Earlier, Cricket was the men dominated game. Females were hardly seen inside the stadium. There were only male spectators, but now females are taking part in it and have adopted many roles.
Female umpires are officiating the men’s tournament in Oman, one of the official is Shubhda Bhosle Gaikwad, who has been impressive with her accurate decisions in the game. She became the youngest Indian umpire. Kis pad Ajit Bhosale is a cricket coach and his uncle Srikanth Bhosle was the Ranji cricketer. Legends League Cricket became the first ever tournament to be officiated by only the female officials.
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With strong support of her family members before marriage and later with her husband Sujay being her pillar of strength, Shubhda could realize her dreams. She is well-educated and well-qualified with a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Physical Education and a PhD in Sport Psychology. She has also completed her Level O umpiring exam. Her first match as a match umpire was during the J.S. Anand Trophy which is a part of Women’s Senior Division Cricket in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh in 2012.