Women’s IPL to Start From 2023, Six Teams to Take Part in Women’s IPL
India’s pair match fair to spread women’s cricket. The women of India were getting opportunities in all aspects. But their regret was the women’s Indian Premier League (IPL). The Indian supporters had the same demand. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is finally going to hold Women’s IPL in 2023 where six teams to take in the tournament.
The Indian cricket board is planning a six-team women’s IPL from next year. The decision was taken at a meeting of the IPL’s Governing Council (GC) in Mumbai on Friday (March 25). The Women’s Omens T20 Challenge, which has been held for the last few years, is going to take the form of a full-fledged event.
India’s top media outlet, the BCCI, has said that the current franchises of the women’s IPL will be given a chance to form a women’s team. However, if they do not show interest, the BCCI will look for a new franchise.
Several countries have already decided to organize such leagues to promote women’s cricket. West Indies have taken a new decision to increase the interest of West Indies girls in cricket. They will host the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) with men as well as women cricketers.
The women can play in the first edition of CPL in August this year. Where the team will be three. Where foreign cricketers will have the opportunity to participate along with local cricketers. That’s what Ricky Skirt, president of the country’s cricket board, has confirmed.
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is going to follow the same path. A few days ago, PCB chairman Ramiz Raja said that Pakistan Super League (PSL) would be organized with men as well as women cricketers. Australia has been the first to spread insanity in women’s cricket. They hosted the Women’s, Big Bash. There is also a Super Smash for women in domestic cricket in New Zealand, another neighbouring country of Tasman.