The participant draft for the second version of the Bengal Women’s T20 Blast was held in Kolkata on Monday, with six golf equipment choosing their most well-liked decisions from a 90-member pool.
The event will start on December 5 on the picturesque MGR Cricket Academy Ground at Suri, Birbhum district.
The goal behind organising the meet is to establish, promote and nurture skills from Bengal and expose the gamers to the high-octane T20 competitors with an eye fixed on the Women’s IPL that BCCI plans to launch quickly.
“The second year of the Bengal Women’s T20 Blast is upon us. Thank you to all the clubs for participating in the tournament. For Mohammedan Sporting, Rajasthan Club and Kalighat club it is the second season, and we thank you for your continued support. We have three new teams. This is a good platform for the players to showcase their talent to the coaches and spotters and this could be a path to the Bengal team and also Women’s IPL in future,” CAB president Snehasish Ganguly mentioned.
Kalighat Club, Mohammedan Sporting Club, Rajasthan Club, Mohun Bagan, Gymkhana and Baranagar Sporting are a part of the event. Each crew may have 15 gamers, together with a pre assigned captain and a coach. The six groups will play towards one another twice, and the highest 4 attain the semifinals, the place crew ranked one will play 4 and two and three would lock horns towards one another.
“I will watch all the games this year. This kind of tournaments make the supply line stronger and the pool of cricketers bigger. I have got a lot of data about the meet and am waiting to watch some exciting cricket over the next few days. I am sure this tournament will bring to fore new faces and names who would make Bengal’s women’s cricket richer. I thank CAB for organising this meet with so much care and in such a grand manner,” mentioned former India captain Jhulan Goswami.
In the final version of the event, Mohammedan Sporting had clinched the title, whereas Rajasthan was the runner-up.