WPL Auction 2023: All eyes on her in Women’s Premier League.. Do you know who that special lady is?

Malika Advani: BCCI has selected Malika Advani as Mumbai-based female auctioneer for the player auction process in the Women’s Premier League.

After the start of Indian Premier League, all the cricket fans are eagerly waiting for the start of Women’s Premier League (WPL). The Board of Control for Cricket in India has finally announced the launch of the Women’s Premier League and has also started the arrangements for it. The first edition will start from March 6. Meanwhile, the auction process for the players will be held on February 13 in Mumbai. For this, the board has selected Malika Advani as a woman auctioneer (auctioneer) to conduct the auction.

Earlier, whenever the player auction process was held in the Indian Premier League, there were only male auctioneers. Apart from Richard Madley and Hugh Adams, Charu Sharma has carried out this responsibility. The BCCI has given an important message to all with the selection of women’s auctioneers for the Women’s Premier League.

Do you know who Malika Advani is?

Talking about Malika Advani, she is a resident of Mumbai. Also working as a partner in India Consultants firm with Art Collector Consultant. Malika also conducted the auction in the Pro Kabaddi League held in 2021. This is the first time that a woman has conducted the auction organized by BCCI.

Talking about the player auction in Women’s Premier League, it will be held at 2:30 PM at Jio World Convention Center in Bandra-Kurla Complex, Mumbai.

Total 22 matches in the first season..

For the maiden edition of the Women’s Premier League, more than 1000 players submitted their names to join the bidding process. After that a total of 409 players were shortlisted. In this, all the franchises have the option to include a maximum of 18 players in their squad. A total of 22 matches will be held in the first season of the Women’s Premier League. The matches will be played from March 4 to March 26.

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