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Three Indian Women Cricketers will be going to take part in Women’s Big Bash League 2021-22


The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has acquired a change their strategy for ladies cricketers as the board has now begun permitting ladies players to take an interest in other establishment groups across the globe.

A couple of days prior, it was discovered that the Indian board has given a No Objection Certificate (NOC) to four Indian ladies cricketers including any semblance of Deepti Sharma, Jemimah Rodrigues, Smriti Mandhana, and Harmanpreet Kaur for taking part in the debut version of The Hundred.

In the most recent turn of events, BCCI has permitted three ladies players to highlight in the 2021 version of the Women’s Big Bash League (BBL) booked later in the year.

The hitter Shafali Verma and left-arm spinner Radha Yadav will make their presentation in the Australian association this year as they have been furnished with no objection certificate.

Shafali Verma will play for the double time title holders hero Sydney Sixers while Radha Yadav is likewise in converses with one of the two Sydney-based clubs. Aside from the two previously mentioned players, one more Indian cricketer will carry out her specialty in the competition.

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“Yes, Shafali has signed the contract with Sydney Sixers, and given she is a minor, I have had to give my consent, too. I would like to thank the BCCI and Haryana Cricket Association [HCA] for giving my daughter the permission and support to play in the WBBL. Without the guidance of the HCA, whatever Shafali is doing in her career wouldn’t have been possible.” Said by Sanjeev, Father of Shafali Verma to ESPNcricinro.

“All players who have been or will be approached by Big Bash teams will be given all necessary permissions to participate in the WBBL this season,”said by BCCI Source.

Then, this will not be the first occasion when that any Indian ladies’ cricketer will be partaking in Women’s Big Bash League as beforehand India’s T20 skipper Kaur and bad habit commander Mandhana appeared in the 2016-17 release for the Sydney Thunder and the Brisbane Heat separately. Veda Krishnamurthy has likewise highlighted in WBBL during the 2017-18 version for the Hurricanes



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