Franchises from 5 cities will take part within the inaugural season of the Girls’s Premier League. The cities which is able to take part within the inaugural season embrace Ahmedabad, Delhi, Lucknow, Bengaluru and Mumbai. Right now, BCCI bought the possession rights of those franchises to five completely different firms at a complete bid of Rs 4,699.99 crore.
BCCI secretary Jay Shah confirmed the information with a tweet stating that the bidding for the groups collaborating within the inaugural season of WPL has damaged all data that have been set by the inaugural season of the Indian Premier League 2008.
‘Right now is a historic day’
Right now is a historic day in cricket because the bidding for groups of inaugural #WPL broke the data of the inaugural Males’s IPL in 2008! Congratulations to the winners as we garnered Rs.4669.99 Cr in complete bid. This marks the start of a revolution in girls’s cricket and paves the
— Jay Shah (@JayShah) January 25, 2023
“Right now is a historic day in cricket because the bid for the groups of the inaugural #WPL broke the data of the inaugural Males’s IPL in 2008! Congratulations to the winners as we’ve secured Rs 4669.99 crore in complete bid. This marks the start of a revolution in girls’s cricket and paves the way in which for a transformative journey not just for our girls cricketers however for your complete sporting fraternity,” Shah stated.
Earlier than the bidding course of, BCCI had chosen 10 home-based cities that may very well be part of the bidding course of for the Women’s Premier League. The cities included Kolkata, Mumbai, Chennai, Ahmedabad, Delhi, Lucknow, Indore, Bengaluru, Guwahati and Dharamshala.
The workforce which bought the very best bid was Ahmedabad which was purchased by Adani Sportsline Pvt. Ltd at Rs 1,289 crore. The second highest bid was made by the corporate Indiawin Play which is the mum or dad firm which owns the IPL franchise Mumbai Indians purchased the Mumbai franchise for Rs 912.99 crore.
The Bengaluru franchise was purchased by Royal Challengers Sports activities at Rs 901 crore whereas the Delhi workforce was purchased by the JSW group at Rs 810 crore. The Lucknow franchise was bought to Capri International Holding Pvt. Ltd at a value of Rs 757 crore.
Amongst all this IPL franchise Rajasthan Royals tweets a tragic emotional message on Twitter as they weren’t capable of purchase one of many 5 IPL groups. The franchise needed to purchase a workforce however ultimately, they weren’t capable of make it to the ultimate 5.
‘So who’s going to put on pink?’
So who’s going to put on Pink? ☹️
There received’t be a Royals workforce on the Girls’s IPL but, however we’re thrilled to lastly watch it come to life.
Cheering for all of the 5 groups from the opposite aspect! 💗
— Rajasthan Royals (@rajasthanroyals) January 25, 2023
“So who’s going to put on pink? There received’t be a Royals workforce within the Girls’s IPL proper now, however we’re thrilled to lastly see it come alive. Cheering for all 5 groups from the opposite aspect,” Rajasthan Royals tweeted.