BCCI (Image Credits: Twitter)
BCCI (Image Credits: Twitter)

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is perceived to have shortlisted two windows to have a franchise model T20 league for women from 2023.

It is perceived that uninvolved in the IPL playoff games, the BCCI had conversations with the partners with March 2023 being taken a gander at as an optimal window to have the competition. If not, September is probably going to be considered as another choice.

Women's T20 Challenge (Photo Credit: IPL)
Women’s T20 Challenge (Photo Credit: IPL)

BCCI Hoping To Start Women’s IPL In March 2023

In spite of demands to begin over the last couple of years, in view of the data sources got from former players and different partners, the BCCI has been hoping to begin the new competition in 2023.

As of late, the BCCI directed the Women’s T20 Challenge in Pune, where the matches got impressive arena participation.

In spite of the city facilitating IPL matches, that almost 8,621 turned up for the final among Supernovas and Velocity was an obvious sign of how far the game has developed.

Jay Shah And Sourav Ganguly hint at a Full-fledged Women's IPL next year (Image Credits: Twitter)
Jay Shah And Sourav Ganguly hint at a Full-fledged Women’s IPL next year (Image Credits: Twitter)

Since the BCCI president Sourav Ganguly and secretary Jay Shah referenced that a full-fledged competition would start one year from now, things have begun to move.

Furthermore, over the course of the last week, the BCCI is perceived to have had conversations with Cricket Australia and England and Wales Cricket Board partners and is probably going to ask the International Cricket Council (ICC) to make a different window for its new league in the period of March.

With the Caribbean Premier League, The Hundred, and The Women’s Big Bash running between July-November, the BCCI is viewing March as a window on the grounds that the likes of Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa players will have international responsibilities between December-February.

IPL Franchises Showing Interest In Women’s Cricket

It is perceived that the BCCI has gotten positive reactions from different boards about their particular players’ support.

The BCCI is accepted to be seeing six groups to begin the competition and is likewise supported by the interest shown by a portion of the IPL franchises.

CSK Academy (Image Credits: Twitter)
CSK Academy (Image Credits: Twitter)

Kolkata Knight Riders and Rajasthan Royals are accepted to show dynamic interest in claiming a team. Chennai Super Kings additionally appear to be keen on the league, having begun an institute for the young girls as of late.

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