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Women’s Premier League 2023 Closures With Commitment Of Changing Indian Cricket For Better


The Women’s Premier League 2023 made an enrapturing debut and guaranteed a splendid future for the hopeful female cricketers in India however the speedily coordinated first season likewise left a ton of degree for development going ahead. The WPL, played completely across two settings in Mumbai, saw exceptional exhibitions from probably the best cricketers on the planet however departing aside left-arm spinner Saika Ishaque, didn’t uncover a plenty of neighbourhood ability like it was normal to. The five-group contest finished on Sunday with Mumbai Indians commander Harmanpreet Kaur at long last driving her side across the line in the culmination conflict against a group captained by Australian legend Meg Lanning.

The competition started with a lot of scores more than 200 with limits as short as 42-44 metres, yet pitches wore out at last and became turn well disposed.

Mumbai’s Hayley Matthews won the Purple Cap for her 16 wickets — remembering four for the last — however Nat Sciver-Brunt was the general top entertainer with 10 wickets and 332 runs.

Aside from Mumbai Indians’ Ishaque, who took 15 wickets, Shreyanka Patil and Kanika Ahuja of Illustrious Challengers Bangalore transformed the large stage however there was a reasonable hole between those from the Indian homegrown circuit and the world’s ideal.

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