Those Days are Gone While Applause is Only for Male Cricketers

Those Days are Gone While Applause is Only for Male Cricketers

There Indian women batting star Smriti Mandhana has accepted the terrific chance for playing in UAE for women’s IPL. Smriti stated “really looking forward” she comments after the approval of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) for Women’s T20 which is going to BE played in UAE.

The first match between female cricketers was played in The Reading Mercury on 26 July 1745 between Brembay and Hambledon. Then nobody would think about the Indian cricket team victory in the women’s words. Three teams will play for T20 as per the governing council.

After the Governing Council meeting on Sunday, it was decided that the tournament will feature three teams, who will play four matches. president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India Sourav Ganguly commented, “Yes it will.”All the assumptions have stopped after the decision of board amid in Covid-19.

The decision ends the uncertainty around the event amid the coronavirus pandemic. “Yes, it will (happen),” Sourav Ganguly, (BCCI), told Sportstar. Jhulan Goswami, Poonam Yadav, Veda Krishnamurthy acclaimed the move to go ahead of the curve with the Women’s T20 Challenge. The design of BCCI for canceling India women’s tour of England last month has taken heat.

This opening would lead to a spring up Women’s IPL shortly.
The women’s challenger series is going to be held between November 1-10 and there could be a base camp before that. Rejoice!

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