Will IPL of women cricketers start soon? This Australian cricketer said this thing

Alyssa Healy demands IPL for Women: After the announcement of two new IPL teams (Lucknow and Ahmedabad), Australian women’s cricketer Alyssa Healy has today demanded the Indian Premier League (IPL) for women. Let us tell you that on Monday, RPSG Group won the Lucknow team for Rs 7090 crore and CVC Capitals picked up the Ahmedabad team for Rs 5625 crore.

Significantly, due to the Corona epidemic, the Women’s T20 Challenge 2020 season has not happened, while the 2021 season of IPL was conducted in the UAE in the second phase after India. In such a situation, no information has been revealed about the 2021 Women’s T20 Challenge yet.

In a conversation with The Australian on Thursday, Alyssa said, “It was personally disappointing that they postponed the women’s games. She said about the IPL that as it was conducted in the second phase near the T20 World Cup, the women’s The T20 Challenge tournament could have been done.” She further said, “I hope that in future the BCCI will consider conducting women’s IPL.”

Saba Karim had said this thing

Former head of women’s cricket in the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), Saba Karim, recently said that the board will organize the women’s IPL, but there is a need for a strong structure to find talent. At the same time, for the women’s IPL, some veterans also argue that there are not enough players to choose at the domestic level right now.


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