Women’s IPL to start from 2023

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The state cricket associations have been informed by BCCI President Saurav Ganguly that the Women’s IPL (WIPL) will begin play in 2019. Ganguly stated, “The BCCI is currently working on the much-anticipated women’s IPL,” in an email sent to state units. The first season is scheduled to begin early in 2023.

In a June 2018 interview with a sports journal, Ganguly stated that he anticipates the IPL to take place in India after two years, and when asked about the WIPL, he stated that it would happen soon.The BCCI will carry out ground-breaking work to promote women’s cricket.

In addition, the Board will conduct the first-ever U-15 girls’ competition in preparation for the U-19 World Cup and upcoming ICC events. “We’re excited to announce the first girl’s u-15 event of the season. Worldwide interest in women’s cricket has skyrocketed, and our national squad has been doing well. Our girls will be able to participate at the international level thanks to this new competition, Ganguly wrote.

The annual meeting of the BCCI will be held the following month. After the meeting, the official announcement is anticipated. One of Sourav Ganguly’s greatest achievements to Indian cricket as BCCI President may be this.