New Delhi: BCCI President Saurav Ganguly has said that the Women’s IPL matches will be held on time. The BCCI has been repeatedly accused of not paying enough attention to women’s cricket. According to the BCCI, the Women’s Challenger will be held at the end of the IPL as it was last year.
There are constant allegations that the BCCI is not paying enough attention to the Indian women’s cricket team as it is placed in men’s cricket. Coming to the final of the T20 World Cup series like never before in recent years, the Indian women have attracted attention.
BCCI President Saurav Ganguly has spoken about this. Ganguly has said that the IPL matches for the women’s team will be held on time as the IPL executive committee meeting is scheduled for today. Ganguly also said that training camps for athletes will be held soon.
Meanwhile, the BCCI has said that the Women’s Challenger will be held at the end of the IPL as it was last year. As the IPL matches will be played in the UAE from September 19 to November 8, the Women’s Challenger Series will be held from November 1 to 10 and training camps are planned in advance, the BCCI said.
Ganguly said the BCCI did not want to question their safety, whether as a cricketer or a player, in an environment where corona vulnerability has increased. Cricketers paralyzed at home by Corona will next face South Africa, the West Indies and New Zealand in consecutive series.