February 5, 2023

This marks the start of an era: Overseas stars after WPL bids | Cricket News

NEW DELHI: As the BCCI introduced the a hit bidders for the 5 Women’s Premier League groups, out of the country stars hailed the “landmark day”, pronouncing the construction will have an effect on feminine sports activities throughout the globe.
The BCCI earned a collective bid of Rs 4669.99 crore from the sale of the 5 golf equipment.
Former England cricketer-turned-commentator Isa Guha wrote, “A landmark day for the women’s game.”
“It sure is HISTORIC. The women’s game breaking records already & they haven’t even played a game yet. This is so exciting. Congratulations to @BCCI & all involved. Teams announced: Adani (Ahmedabad) Indiawin (Mumbai), RCB (Bangalore), JSW (Delhi), Capri Global (Lucknow) #WPL,” former Australia cricket Lisa Sthalekar tweeted.

Australia’s pacer Megan Schutt stated the construction is excellent no longer just for girls’s cricket however feminine sports activities everywhere the international.
“Incredibly exciting this marks the start of an era. Great for female cricketers but also great for female sport across the globe investment equals opportunity,” Schutt stated.

New Zealand’s Frances Mackay added, “Huge day for women’s cricket. Look at those numbers! Can’t wait for the Women’s Premier League!”
Australian bowling all-rounder Jessica Jonassen stated, “Wow! What an incredible result for the women’s game.”

England pacer Kate Cross did not mince phrases, calling out the ones “who have devalued women’s (game) sport” in the previous.
“Today is the day where you get to put your middle finger up to all those people who have devalued women’s sport..The @BCCI have recognised something special is happening and are going to give female cricketers the platform they deserve Here comes the #WPL,” Cross tweeted.

IPL workforce house owners Mumbai Indians, Royal Challengers Bangalore and Delhi Capitals made a hit bids of Rs 912.99 crore, Rs 901 crore and Rs 810 crore respectively to go into the WPL.
South African Marizanne Kapp, England’s Danielle Wyatt and Australian Holly Ferling stated the girls’s league can be “life changing”.

Fomer cricketer Mel Jones was once confused.