MI upset DC to become inaugural WPL champion
Mumbai/UNI: Mumbai Indians defeated Delhi Capitals by seven wickets to become the inaugural champions of the TATA WPL at the Brabourne Stadium here on Sunday.
WPL: MI in final after beating UP Warriorz in eliminator
Navi Mumbai/UNI: Nat Sciver-Brunt hit a scintillating unbeaten 72 off 38 balls and took the big wicket of Grace Harris while Wong bowled a fiery spell of 4/15 including a first-ever WPL hat-trick, to help MI beat UP Warriorz and qualify for the finals of the first edition of WPL here on Friday.
Virat Kohli's pep talk for RCB women comes ahead of first WPL win
Mumbai/IBNS: Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) maiden win in the first edition of Women's Premier League (WPL) came with a wonder just after cricket icon Virat Kohli's pep talk for the team.
WPL: Allround show by Mathews, Brunt propel MI win over RCB
Mumbai/UNI: All-round performances by Hayley Mathews and Natalie Sciver-Brunt helped Mumbai Indians beat Royal Challengers Bangalore by nine runs in the Women's Premier League (WPL) on Monday.
WPL: Shafali, Lanning and Norris shine as DC beat RCB
Mumbai/UNI: Dazzling knocks by Shafali Verma and captain Meg Lanning along with American pacer Tara Norris five-fer helped Delhi Capitals to register a comprehensive victory over Royal Challengers Bangalore in their opening match of the Tata WPL at Brabourne Stadium here on Sunday.
All-rounder Jintimani Kalita bags WPL contract, to play for Mumbai Indians
Guwahati: All-rounder Jintimani Kalita, who bagged Rs 10 lakh in the auction for the inaugural edition of Women’s Premier League (WPL) and joined the team Mumbai Indians, has said she would love to use this ‘bigger platform’ to nurture her dream to play for India.
WPL: Mumbai Indians announces coaching team, Charlotte Edwards appointed head coach
Mumbai: Mumbai Indians on Sunday announced the coaching team for its new franchise in the upcoming Women’s Premier League (WPL) scheduled in March 2023.
Women's Premier League: Record bid of Rs 4,670 crore fetched for five teams
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has fetched a sum of Rs 4670 crore from the bidding of teams which will feature in the upcoming Women's Premier League.