The gap will be filled after BCCI’s baby step.
The announcement of the Women’s IPL, which senior women cricketers have been demanding for a long time, is another move that will deepen the talent pool and bring many improvements for women cricketers in the supply chain.
The issue of three teams at the same venue, which the BCCI had shoehorned into the men’s IPL for the past few years, was a non-event, but the plan to have five teams play on a home-and-away basis was much more likely. Will be. valid matter.
In private conversations, BCCI officials express doubts about the readiness of the women’s game for the full IPL. They say there is not a large enough pool of female players nor are there enough potential sponsors.
For the proposed event, each team is expected to register at least 12 Indian and six foreign players, making a pool of 60 local players.
Diana Adolji, former India captain and former member of the Supreme Court-appointed committee in charge of the BCCI, recently said, “It can be a life-changing experience for non-capped players, but we need a time I need to take a step.”