Women’s IPL, After the national team’s positive results in England and Australia, Saba Karim, the BCCI’s. General Manager Of Cricket Operations, believes that bringing red ball cricket back to the women’s domestic circuit is the way to proceed.
The Board of Control for. Cricket in India (BCCI) may decide to hold a full-fledged women’s. Indian Premier League (IPL) at some point in the future, but former wicketkeeper Saba Karim believes that a solid local system is more necessary.
Women’s IPL, After the national women’s team’s positive results in England and Australia, Karim, who also served as the. BCCI’s General Manager Of. Cricket Operations, believes that bringing red ball cricket back to the women’s domestic circuit is the way to proceed.
“Yes, the BCCI would look into organizing a women’s. IPL in the future,” Karim told. PTI, “but I also believe it is more vital to have a really strong domestic structure so that it keeps throwing up younger players who can play at that level.”
“The success of the men’s. IPL was due to the nature of the structure and the talent that emerged from the national level.” I think the same should be done with women’s cricket.
“So there are two or three areas where I’m sure. BCCI would like to improve: the amount of matches, the number of tournaments, and perhaps the introduction of a multi-day domestic competition. This will greatly promote the development of younger talent “he stated
In their first-ever pink-ball Test away from home, the Indian women’s team dominated Australia. Australia eventually managed a tie, despite weather disrupting the first two days of the match. They had previously earned a tie in England, the women’s team’s first Test in seven years.
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