Sanjida Islam, who is a Bangladesh woman senior cricketer made sure her wedding photoshoot went viral as the 24-year-old woman posted with the bat while donning a traditional attire.
Wedding photoshoots push the limits of human imagination, and these days the newly-weds are coming up with unconventional ideas to make sure their wedding photos become the talk of the town.
Sanjida Islam Married Mim Mosaddeak
Bangladesh national women’s team cricketer, Sanjida Islam came up with a stunning idea for her wedding photoshoot. The 24-year-old married Mim Mosaddeak who is a first-class cricketer from Rangpur and wore her dress, jewellery and carried a cricket bat as well for the photoshoot.
She showcased that her first love is cricket that is celebrated by million fans in Bangladesh as she posed with the cricket bat while wearing traditional attire.
The photoshoot took place on a cricket field as Sanjida Islam nailed her poses. There was a cover drive and pull shot hit by her as well in the wedding photographs that are going viral online.
Sanjida Islam Took To Social Media Sharing Wedding Photos
Sanjida Islam also took to social media Instagram to share photos from her wedding ceremony. ICC on Wednesday shared the viral photos from her photoshoot.
Sanjida Islam who is a middle-order mainstay for Bangladesh has played 16 ODIs and 54 T20Is in her 8-year-long international career where she has scored 174 runs in ODIs and 520 runs in T20Is with a solitary fifty in the shortest format of the game.
She made her international debut against Ireland in Dublin in 2012. She last played for Bangladesh at 2020 T20I World Cup in Melbourne against Sri Lanka. She played three matches for Bangladesh and managed just 26 runs with a top score of 13 as Bangladesh did not qualify for the knockout phase of the tournament in Women’s T20I World Cup.
In June 2018, she was part of Bangladesh’s squad that won their first-ever Women’s Twenty20 Asia Cup tournament. In October 2018, she was named in the squad for the 2018 ICC Women’s World Twenty20 tournament in the West Indies.
She was the leading run-scorer for Bangladesh with 156 runs in five matches in the 2019 ICC Women’s World Twenty20 Qualifier tournament in Scotland.
In November 2019, she was named in Bangladesh’s squad for the cricket tournament at the 2019 South Asian Games. The Bangladesh team beat finalists Sri Lanka by two runs in the final to win the gold medal. In January 2020, she was named in Bangladesh’s squad for the 2020 ICC Women’s T20 World Cup in Australia.