Women’s IPL: Harmanpreet-Mandhana: The Reactions came after bidding on five teams in the Women’s IPL. After the Women’s IPL auction (WIPL TEAMS Auction), the women’s teams (Women IPL Team) have been announced.
The 4500 crore bids were made to buy the teams:-
Along with this, a bid of Rs 4500 crore has been made to buy five teams. Along with this, the most expensive Ahmedabad franchise is sold, its owner Adani Sports Line Pvt Ltd has named the Ahmedabad franchise.
He bought it for Rs 1289 crore. Also, this women has emerged as the most expensive team of IPL. At the same time, India win Sports Private Limited, owned by Reliance Group, has bought the Mumbai franchise for 912.99 crores.
While Royal Challengers Sports Private Limited has named the Bangalore franchise for Rs 901 crore. The women’s IPL of five teams will be played in Mumbai in March (WIPL 2023 Schedule).
Women cricketers shared their opinion by tweeting through the Post:-
At the same time, after the announcement of the women’s IPL teams, Indian women cricketers shared their opinion by tweeting through the post. Along with this, everyone expressed gratitude to the BCCI and Jai Shah.
In this episode, Indian captain Harmanpreet Kaur wrote, “Women’s IPL is not just a game changer but a revolution for women’s cricket in India.
Gratitude to BCCI and Jay Shah for their commitment towards promoting and uplifting the women’s game. Exciting times are ahead for Indian cricket.”
In this episode, other players like Smriti Mandhana, and Deepti Sharma also expressed their gratitude to BCCI and Jaishah by tweeting.
The BCCI from this Auction:-
This time five teams will be in the fray in the Women’s IPL, for which the BCCI completed the auction process today. BCCI and Indian women’s cricket will earn Rs 4666.99 crore from this auction.
Adani Sportsline Private Limited bought the Ahmedabad franchise for 1289 crores by making the biggest bid.
- India Win Private Limited bought the Mumbai franchise for 912.99 crores.
- JSW GMR Cricket Pvt Ltd bought the Delhi franchise for 810 crores.
- Royal Challengers Bangalore bought the Bangalore franchise for 901 crores.
- Capri Global Holdings buys the Lucknow franchise for Rs 757.