|Born||11 August 1974|
|Test debut||February 7 1995 v New Zealand|
|ODI debut||July 20 1993 v West Indies|
|Last ODI||April 10 2005 v Australia|
Source: cricinfo, 26 July 2017
Anju Jain (born 11 August 1974, in New Delhi) is a former Indian cricketer. She played Women's Test cricket (8 matches between 1995 and 2003) and ODI cricket (65 matches between 1993 and 2005) for India. She was the team wicket-keeper.
She played for Air India women's cricket team in the Indian women's domestic league. The only player to have played for consecutive four world cups. Her 81 dismissals behind the wicket stands in the fourth position in terms of all-time dismissals by wicket-keepers from all countries. Jain also holds the record for playing the most number of Women's One Dayers by keeping wicket and by opening the batting as captain(7)
She has been a coach associated with the development of youth and women's cricketers of Andhra Pradesh. She has also been a coach to Odisha, Tripura and Assam as well as for the Indian side. Currently, she is the head coach of Bangladesh Women Cricket Team.
Women's International Centuries
Women's Test Centuries
|Anju Jain's Test centuries|
|1||110||2||England||Kolkata, India||Calcutta Cricket and Football Ground||1995|
- "Records | Women's One-Day Internationals | Individual records (captains, players, umpires) | Captains who have kept wicket and opened the batting | ESPN Cricinfo". Cricinfo. Retrieved 2017-07-26.
- "India's Jain set to become Bangladesh women's cricket team head coach". Dhaka Tribune. Retrieved 10 June 2018.
- "Calcutta Cricket and Football Ground | India | Cricket Grounds | ESPN Cricinfo". Cricinfo. Retrieved 2017-07-26.
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