- Saiman Das
Women’s Premier League 2023: The Indian Premier League announced its arrival in the year 2008. Since then, India’s premier T20 competition has completed as many as 15 editions since the inception of the tournament.
Following the success of the IPL, other nations also went on to announce their own franchise cricket leagues across the globe. It goes to show the growth of T20 cricket across the world.
Australia’s very own franchise cricket league, called the Big Bash League, has completed twelve editions. On the contrary, the Bangladesh Premier League made its entry in 2011 as the Bangladesh Cricket Board introduced the T20 league in their country.
Notably, Sri Lanka introduced their own format as well. It is none other than the Sri Lankan Premier League. It has by far completed three seasons successfully.
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England’s very own T20 tournament ‘The Hundred’ also received good reviews as well. The competition was invented with the main purpose of making the viewers comprehend the sport easily.
The franchises participating in “The Hundred” will play 100 balls each. Even the SA20 tournament announced its arrival for the first time this year, and it also got rave reviews from fans. Besides that, PCB launched its own T20 tournament, which is the Pakistan Super League. It has completed seven editions since its entry.
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In a historic moment, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) launched a new logo for Women’s Premier League 2023.
Women’s Premier League took to their official Twitter handle and then posted the video clip along with the caption which reads, ” 🙌 🙌 🎥 Presenting the Women’s Premier League (WPL) Logo 👏 👏 #WPLAuction.”
Notably, the BCCI presented the logo in the form of a video clip. Meanwhile, the video clip has gone viral all over the internet.
The highly-anticipated Women’s Premier League (WPL) Player Auction is currently taking place in Mumbai. Notably, as many as 449 women cricketers are now going under the hammer for as many as 5 franchises.
Meanwhile, the five teams that will take part in the Women’s Premier League are none other than Delhi Capitals, Gujarat Giants, Mumbai Indians, Royal Challengers Bangalore, and UP Warriorz.
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