New Delhi, August 2
BCCI president Sourav Ganguly on Sunday stated the Women’s IPL or the Challenger collection, as it’s higher identified, is “very much on”, ending hypothesis in regards to the mum or dad physique not having a plan for Harmanpreet Kaur and her group.
The males’s IPL will likely be held between September 19 and November eight or 10 (ultimate date but to be locked in) within the UAE because of the surge in COVID-19 circumstances in India. The ladies’s IPL may even be slot in to the schedule, in response to the BCCI chief.
“I can confirm to you that the women’s IPL is very much on and we do have a plan in place for the national team also,” Ganguly advised PTI forward of the IPL Governing Council assembly afterward Sunday.
The BCCI president, who’s awaiting a Supreme Court verdict on waiver of the cooling off interval to proceed within the place, didn’t expose particulars however one other senior official aware about the event stated that ladies’s Challenger will likely be held over the past part of IPL like final 12 months.
“The women’s Challenger series is likely to be held between November 1-10 and there could be a camp before that,” the supply stated.
The former India captain additionally stated that the centrally contracted ladies gamers could have a camp which has been delayed because of the prevailing state of affairs within the nation.
“We couldn’t have exposed any of our cricketers—be it male or female to health risk. It would have been dangerous,” Ganguly stated.
“The NCA also remained shut because of COVID-19. But we have a plan in place and we will have a camp for women, I can tell you that,” he added.
The BCCI’s cricket operations group is chalking up a schedule the place Indian ladies are prone to have two full fledged white-ball collection in opposition to South Africa and the West Indies earlier than taking part in the ODI World Cup in New Zealand. PTI