The Indian Premier League has given Indian cricketers an enormous platform to showcase their expertise on the highest stage through the years. While males’s cricket has benefitted immensely from this, there have been talks prior to now of making a T20 league for girls additionally, identical to Australia and England have T20 leagues for girls, which run parallel to the T20 blast and the Big Bash League.
Indian women’s cricket group has been knocking on the doorways of world glory over the previous couple of years and difficult the dominance of Australia and England. The group completed runners-up within the 2017 ICC World Cup and in addition within the 2020 Women’s T20 World Cup. These are all indicators of the continual progress of the women’s sport in India and the celebrities on present desire a greater platform.
Poonam Yadav, the leg spinner who placed on an excellent present within the T20 World Cup not too long ago, took to Twitter on Sunday and expressed her want to bowl for the Chennai Super Kings. “Given a chance, would love to roll my arm over for @ChennaiIPL,” she wrote on Twitter together with utilizing #WomensIPL. Chennai Super Kings retweeted Yadav’s message and wrote, “Lionesses are the real hunters! Vaa vaa Manjal malarey!”
Lionesses are the true hunters! Vaa vaa Manjal malarey! 😇🦁💛 https://t.co/s8rXupVm3Z
— Chennai Super Kings (@ChennaiIPL) March 22, 2020
Yadav ended the T20 World Cup as the joint second highest wicket taker with 10 scalps. With 95 wickets in 67 matches in her worldwide T20 profession, Yadav is sixth within the record of highest wicket-takers.
Top Indian stars like Harmapreet Kaur and Smriti Mandhana play within the T20 leagues in England and Australia and have been stand out performers prior to now. The BCCI has organised a T20 problem for the ladies cricketers however it’s a three-group affair and is a good distance from a full fledged match.
Recently former Indian captain and a number one voice of the game in India, Sunil Gavaskar, had requested BCCI president Sourav Ganguly to look into the potential for organising a women’s IPL.
“As far as the BCCI is concerned, they are already doing a lot and which is the reason why this Indian women’s team has progressed so much. They went to Australia almost a month before the tournament started, and played a 3-match T20I series (tri-series) against the Australians,” Gavaskar informed India Today.
“They did well over there. They were very well acclimated to the conditions and the pitches in Australia. So you have got to give credit to the BCCI for having done that,” he additional added.
“To Sourav Ganguly and the BCCI, I would really like to say, perhaps subsequent 12 months, have a look at having a women’s IPL as a result of that may unearth much more expertise. There is already lots of expertise which we see and that may come to the fore with this efficiency of this Indian group all through this match.
“The Australian cricket board has backed Australian women’s group for an extended, very long time. The Women’s Big Bash League has given loads of alternatives to gamers, even our gamers. The likes of Smriti Mandhana, Harmanpreet they’ve performed within the WBBL. That is the match the place you get to play towards the most effective gamers and study from that,” the previous India captain added.