Women’S Ipl Points Table
- 1 Who won women’s IPL 2023 final?
- 2 Which IPL team has strongest fanbase?
- 3 Who is the Kashmiri girl in women’s IPL?
Who won women’s IPL 2023 final?
Mumbai Indians edges out Delhi Capitals in inaugural WPL 2023 final Harmanpreet Kaur-led Mumbai Indians won the inaugural Women’s Premier League title on Sunday, after registering a thrilling seven-wicket victory over Delhi Capitals in the summit clash at the Brabourne stadium.
02:40 05:40 01:34 02:49 01:43 01:52 02:20 01:35 00:35 02:54 00:45 01:16 02:22 01:34 02:05 01:52 02:24 02:25 03:27 01:51 01:06 05:20 03:19 01:42 01:58 02:51 01:55 01:28 01:44 01:52 10:24 00:36 02:23 01:54 01:21 02:58 02:00 01:33 02:19 00:50
: Mumbai Indians edges out Delhi Capitals in inaugural WPL 2023 final
Who has highest fan followers in IPL?
The first number on this list is the Chennai Super Kings team, whose fans are very strong and the CSK team has more than 11.9 million followers on Instagram, 9.6 million fans on Twitter and 2.86 million fans on YouTube and is currently the captain of this team is MS Dhoni.
Who is the first woman winner of IPL?
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
|Administrator||Board of Control for Cricket in India|
|Tournament format||Double Round-robin and playoffs|
|Number of teams||5|
|Current champion||Mumbai Indians (1st title)|
|Most runs||Meg Lanning (345)|
|Most wickets||Hayley Matthews (16)|
|TV||India Sports18 (Television) JioCinema (Internet) International List of broadcasters|
The Women’s Premier League (WPL) is a women’s Twenty20 cricket franchise league in India. It is owned and operated by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). The first season was played in March 2023 and saw Mumbai Indians win the first title. Matches were played in Mumbai and Navi Mumbai, with five franchises taking part.
Which IPL team has strongest fanbase?
Ipl 2023: Ranking All 10 Teams Based On Playoffs Standings. Chennai Super Kings has the highest number of fans in IPL. They have the most followers on all social media platforms. CSK has 23.50 million cumulative followers across three major social sites including Twitter, Instagram and Youtube.
Who has most fans in the world?
The most popular public figure in the world with the largest fan following is arguably American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift. She currently has over 140 million followers on Instagram, making her the most followed person on the platform.
Who is the hot anchor of IPL 2023?
#1. Pallavi Sharda – Pallavi Sharda One of the beautiful and hottest anchors of the IPL Pallavi Sharda is an Australian-Indian film actress, model, and anchor. Sharda was born on 5 March 1990 in Perth, Australia. Now she is 30 years old age. IPL’s beautiful anchor, Pallavi works with many Bollywood movies like My name is khan, Dus Tola, Besharam, Hawaizaada, and Begum Jaan.
Who is the Kashmiri girl in women’s IPL?
From Shopian to women’s IPL: ‘About the happiness of kids in Kashmir’ says Jasia Akhter, only cricketer from J & K in WPL FROM TRAVELLING to local games in Shopian and Pulwama without revealing that she was a cricketer to becoming the only woman player from Jammu and Kashmir to be picked by a Women’s Premier League (WPL) team.
- Hard-hitting batter and fast bowler Jasia Akhter, 34, from Brari Pora village in Shopian, has waited for years for the big break.
- At the inaugural WPL auction held in Monday, Jasia was snapped up by for Rs 20 lakh.
- It’s about the happiness of kids in Kashmir who will see me wear the jersey in WPL.
- I will be playing in one of India’s biggest stadiums in,
What more can I ask for?” Jasia told, The WPL will be played on March 4-26 at the Brabourne Stadium in and the D Y Patil Stadium in Navi, congratulates Ms Jasia Akhtar from for selection in 2023. She will represent team in the Premier League. We wish her success in all future endeavours.
- Chinar Corps🍁 – Indian Army (@ChinarcorpsIA) News of Jasia joining has triggered renewed interest in the sport among women, says Shopian’s District Youth Welfare officer Noor-Ul-Haq.
- A lot of parents have been approaching us this week.
- With a WPL team signing Jasia, more and more girls will play cricket in rural areas,” he said.
Coach Khalid Hamid remembers the days when he would accompany a young Jasia to local matches in the Valley. “People would ask me, ‘why are you making her play cricket? We would travel to villages on the sly without letting too many people know. During 2004-2006, there was violence in Kashmir.
Conditions were not great,” Hamid said. Jasia is the eldest of five siblings. Her father Gul Mohammad Wani had once worked as a daily wager before the orchard blossomed on the family’s one-acre farm. Jasia had dabbled in athletics and softball, too. In fact, she was selected during trials by the PT Usha Academy in Pahalgam.
But cricket was her true calling, she said. The first bat she played with was handmade by her father from local willow. “My father had made a willow bat. But then he had second thoughts and hid it in the rice container fearing that I would get hurt while playing the game. Jasia Akhter. (Twitter) The Wani family is now eagerly waiting to see Jasia on television during the WPL. “When she visits home, she brings jerseys for boys and girls of the village. She always used to say that the day would come when we could watch her play a big match on television,” Sohail, Jasia’s younger brother, said.
The family recalls Jasia first playing cricket after tagging along with a cousin to watch a game. Her early matches were against boys’ teams and soon the word spread of her ability. “I was impressed by her power hitting and the ability to bowl bouncers. She is a special talent. One day she will play for India,” Hamid said of Jasia.
It was over a decade ago that Jasia’s uncle Farooq Ahmad Gani had advised her to appear for trials in Srinagar and she was picked for the state’s senior team. She has since played for India D in the Senior Women’s T20 Challenger Trophy. So highly rated is her all-around skill that Jaisa has played as a professional player for Punjab and Rajasthan.
This year, she scored 501 runs, including two centuries and a fifty, in the BCCI Senior One Day Trophy. She was also the second-highest run-getter in the T20 tournament with 273 runs for Rajasthan, the team she now represents. Yet, one of Jasia’s cherished memories is of current India skipper Harmanpreet Kaur giving her a bat after she made 39 runs off 25 balls against Punjab.
“When Harman di (Harmanpreet) gave me her bat, it was the first time that I got a high-quality bat. I played for more than five years with it,” Jasia said. She starred in Punjab’s title win in the BCCI Senior Women’s T20 trophy with a knock of 56 runs off 54 balls in the 2021 final.
- Those days, she had to undertake a 12-hour bus journey from Amritsar to Shopian whenever she had to travel back home.
- After paying rent of Rs 1500, I was not left with much money and there were times when I would take the 12-hour bus journey back to Srinagar without eating anything to save money,” Jasia said.
In WPL, Jasia will rub shoulders with international stars like Meg Lanning, Shafali Varma and Jemimah Rodrigues who are part of the team. “It’s been a long journey for me. I will now tell the girls in my village that they too can dream of playing cricket at the highest level.” : From Shopian to women’s IPL: ‘About the happiness of kids in Kashmir’ says Jasia Akhter, only cricketer from J & K in WPL
Who has the highest batsman rate in IPL?
Highest Strike Rate in IPL
|1||Andre Russell (KKR)||174.00|
|2||Heinrich Klaasen (SRH)||165.81|
|3||Liam Livingstone (PBKS)||165.60|
|4||Sunil Narine (KKR)||159.69|