Selectors set to submit over 200 names for inaugural Women IPL says reports | BCCI in full action for women’s IPL, pool of 200 players ready for 5 teams

Former BCCI president Sourav Ganguly announced this year that the women’s IPL will be organized from next year i.e. 2023.

Women’s IPL starts from next year!

BCCI taking a big decision this year to advance women’s cricket women’s ipl had announced. Ever since it was announced, along with the fans, the players are also very excited for it. Till now the dates have not been announced but its preparations have started. The selectors are soon going to hand over the names of 200 players to the BCCI who will participate in this women’s IPL.

This year in the Annual General Meeting of BCCI, there was a lot of discussion on the issue of women’s IPL and that is why now work is being done very fast to organize it. It is being said that this tournament will be held in India immediately after the Women’s T20 World Cup to be held in South Africa in February. A 15-day window is needed for this tournament, which can be between 7th to 22nd March. The dates will be announced after the franchise and media auction.

200 players pooled ready

Recently there was a Governing Council meeting of BCCI, after which a pool of players was to be prepared for the women’s IPL. cricbuzz According to the reports, the pool that has been prepared has between 160 and 170 Indian names. There are 30 to 40 foreign players there. Talking about the venue, it is being claimed in the media reports that Mumbai, Chennai, Delhi, Bengaluru and Kolkata have been shortlisted. However, till now nothing has been officially said about this from the BCCI side.

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great opportunity for young players

Till now a tournament was organized under the name Women’s T20 Challenge in which three teams used to participate, although there is news of five teams participating in the Women’s IPL. Teams like Chennai Super Kings, Punjab Kings, Kolkata Knight Riders are showing great interest in women’s IPL. Indian women players take part in Australia’s Big Bash League and England’s Kia Super League, but now with the arrival of women’s IPL, junior players will also get a good platform. The BCCI is constantly trying to ensure that women’s cricket also gets what men’s cricket has got. In this episode, he had decided to equalize the match features of the women’s and men’s teams.