During a cricket camp hosted by "Lala Amarnath" she learned a lot from the camp and honed her skills. During that time the women cricket team was gaining popularity in India and she went on to play for the Railways Team. Following her success at the domestic level she was called on to represent India at the highest level and she was successful as a slow left arm bowler. She played her first series in 1975. In 1978 she was made the captain of team. With 120 wickets, she remains the highest wicket taker of the game.
Achievements for Diana Edulji
Diana Received India's greatest sports honour award, the Arjuna Award in 1983. Diana lost her four front teeth while playing yet she dedicated herself to the game. She is said to be the greatest Indian woman cricketer of all time.
Batting and Fielding Averages