Suné Elbie Luus performs for the South Africa girls”s nationwide cricket staff as a leg spinner. She shot to worldwide prominence when she equaled the file of Trinidadian cricketer Anisa Mohammed for selecting up probably the most variety of wickets in a single calendar 12 months in girls’s ODI cricket, with 37 dismissals in 2016.
In May 2017, she was named Women’s Cricketer of the Year at Cricket South Africa’s annual awards. In a 12 months that has made it inconceivable for cricketers and followers to attach organically, Suné is glad that she’s going to have the ability to attain out, not less than just about, to Indian followers.
She says, “When it comes to passion for the game, South-Africa and India have a lot in common. In both countries, cricket is literally a religion and this year, we all have had to give up the thrill of playing and watching cricket in packed venues. This is why I felt extremely happy when myFanPark invited me to come aboard their platform and reach out to Indian fans.” Via the movie star engagement platform, Suné will have the ability to ship personalised messages to followers for particular events and even shock them with a shoutout.
As she says, “what can be better than ending this year on a note of connection and sharing? Here is wishing all fans in India a happier and healthier 2021.”