The Board of Management for Cricket in India (BCCI) has formally began working in direction of beginning a full-fledged Girls’s Indian Premier League (WIPL) from 2023.
The Girls’s T20 Problem, a three-team exhibition match, is ready to return in 2022 after being suspended in 2021.
“We now have had discussions to start out engaged on a girls’s IPL subsequent yr,” chairman Brijesh Patel stated after the IPL governing council assembly right here on Friday.
“This yr we will likely be having the Girls’s T20 Problem in direction of the top of Might,” he stated.
It’s understood that the GC has agreed in precept with BCCI secretary Jay Shah’s views on changing the dialogue about WIPL into actuality. Shah has been probably the most vocal supporters of a girls’s franchise league within the BCCI corridors.
The GC has determined to rope in a non-public consulting agency to arrange a full-fledged proposal that will likely be offered on the BCCI annual normal assembly later within the yr.
The WIPL is prone to begin with 5 – 6 franchises and is unlikely to conflict with the IPL with a watch on guaranteeing wider participation from world stars and cashing in on the festive season in India.
This yr, although, the Girls’s T20 Problem is ready to be performed in Pune in the course of the latter half of Might. The final IPL recreation in Pune is scheduled for Might 14. The BCCI is eyeing scheduling three league video games adopted by the ultimate in the course of the IPL playoffs week.