The newly elected Indian Premier League (IPL) Chairman Arun Singh Dhumal has formulated some insurance policies instantly after starting his journey in a brand new place. In a type of insurance policies he has made it crystal clear that the Indian gamers is not going to be allowed to take part within the international franchise leagues.
On the similar time, making a significant announcement concerning the highly-anticipated Girls’s IPL, Dhumal has talked about that the event will transform a ‘world-class property’.
Followers ought to make it to the stadium in giant numbers: Arun Dhumal
“The way in which we’re planning for this Girls’s IPL is that we are going to have a brand new set of followers becoming a member of the sport. There are lot of feminine followers who’ve added to the IPL fan base and this event will solely add to that and lots of extra would wish to take up the game as a career. That was the thought behind saying equal pay (for girls India cricketers),” stated Arun Dhumal as reported by NDTV.
“Followers ought to make it to the stadium in giant numbers whether or not we have now the WIPL in rural areas or foremost metropolis centres. We’ll consider that and take a name quickly,” he added.
“We’re engaged on making it among the finest ladies’s cricket event on this planet. What we did within the IPL, we wish to do one thing related with WIPL.”
The inaugural version of the WIPL is about to get underway in March subsequent 12 months. 5 groups are more likely to take part within the first season. Nonetheless, the bidding for these groups is but to be organized.
After years of planning, the Indian ladies’s cricketers will lastly get a league of their very own identical to the Girls’s Huge Bash League (WBBL), and, The Hundred Girls’s competitors. The Indian ladies’s cricket workforce has certainly earned a whole lot of reward not too long ago because of some excellent onfield performances this 12 months that noticed them bag silver on the Birmingham Commonwealth Video games and a report seventh Girls’s Asia Cup title.