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The first edition of the Women’s Premier League is scheduled to begin on 4th March 2023. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has approved the T20 league, which is expected to bring about a significant change in women’s cricket in India. Furthermore, with a wealth of talented players and the popularity of cricket in the country, the tournament is expected to greatly promote women’s cricket. The Auction for the Women’s Premier League took place on 13th February and the Top Buys are mentioned below.

On Monday, the first auction for the 2023 Women’s Premier League took place at the Jio World Centre in Mumbai. The five participating franchises, Mumbai Indians, Delhi Capitals, Gujarat Giants, Royal Challengers Bangalore, and UP Warriorz selected their players to form the strongest team possible before the start of the tournament.

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Most Expensive Players of WPL

Smriti Mandhana (IND) – Rs. 3.4cr – Smriti Mandhana proved to be the most expensive player. She is sold to Royal Challengers Bangalore.

Ashleigh Gardner (AUS) – Ashleigh Gardner is sold in 3.2 cr to Gujarat Giants.

Nat Sciver-Brunt (ENG) – Nat Sciver is sold in 3.2 cr to Mumbai Indians.

Deepti Sharma (IND)  – Deepti Sharma is sold in 2.6 cr to UP warriors

Jemimah Rodrigues (IND)  – Jemimah Rodrigues is sold in 2.2 cr to Delhi Capitals

Shafali Varma (IND)  – Shafali Varma is sold in 2cr to Delhi Capitals

Beth Mooney (AUS) – Beth Mooney is sold in 2 cr to Gujarat Giants.

Pooja Vastrakar (IND)  – Pooja Vastrakar is sold for 1.9 cr to Mumbai Indians.

Sophie Ecclestone (ENG) – Sophie Ecclestone is sold to UP Warriors in 1.8 cr.

Richa Ghosh (IND)  – Richa Ghosh is sold to Royal Challengers Bangalore for Rs. 1.9cr

At the Women’s Premier League’s inaugural auction, the cream of the crop of female cricketers were procured by the five competing franchises. Smriti Mandhana, a paragon of prowess on the pitch, was deemed the most valuable player, fetching a staggering sum of 3.4 crores for Royal Challengers Bangalore. Ashleigh Gardner, the Australian all-rounder, was snapped up for 3.2 crores by Gujarat Giants, while Nat Sciver-Brunt, an English dynamo, was acquired by Mumbai Indians for the same price. Deepti Sharma was scooped up for 2.6 crores by UP warriors, and the effervescent Jemimah Rodrigues was bought by Delhi Capitals for 2.2 crores.

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Delhi Capitals continued their spending spree with the acquisition of Shafali Varma for 2 crores, while Beth Mooney, another Australian talent, was secured by Gujarat Giants for the same amount. Pooja Vastrakar was procured by Mumbai Indians for 1.9 crores, and Sophie Ecclestone, the young English prodigy, was purchased by UP Warriors for 1.8 crores. Richa Ghosh rounded out the high-priced acquisitions, going for 1.9 crores to Royal Challengers Bangalore.

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India’s captain, Harmanpreet Kaur, went to Mumbai for ₹1.8 crore. RCB bought Ellyse Perry and Renuka Singh for ₹1.7 crore and ₹1.5 crore, respectively. A total of 87 players, including 30 overseas players, were sold in the auction, including Devika Vaidya who went to UP for ₹1.4 crore, Amelia Kerr to MI for ₹1 crore, and Richa Ghosh to RCB for ₹1.9 crore.

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