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Harmanpreet’s stunning 65 powers Mumbai Indians to 207/5 in WPL opener

Mumbai Indians celebrate the wicket of Annabel Sutherland during the Inaugural WPL match between Mumbai Indians and Gujarat Giants at DY Patil Stadium in Navi Mumbai. | Photo Credit: Emmanual Yogini Captain Harmanpreet Kaur powered Mumbai Indians to an imposing 207/5 with a stunning half-century against Gujarat Giants as the inaugural Women's Premier League (WPL) got underway in front of a fairly packed crowd in Mumbai on Saturday. The opener was preceded by a glittering opening ceremony at the DY Patil Stadium. Kaur lit up the contest with a compelling knock of 65 off just 30 balls (14x4s), which floored the Gujarat Giants and wrote her name in the history books. The right-handed Kaur added a quickfire 89 runs for the fourth wicket with Amelia Kerr, with the New Zealand batter making ...

WPL opener between Gujarat Giants vs Mumbai Indians delayed by 30 minutes

The BCCI statement read “The inaugural game will have a rescheduled start and will commence at 08.00 PM IST on Saturday. The toss will take place at 07.30 PM IST.” The game was initially scheduled to start at 7:30 PM with the toss at 7:00 PM. “The grand opening ceremony which will start at 6:25 PM IST. Adding glitz and glamour to the tournament opener will be Bollywood stars – Kiara Advani and Kriti Sanon. To top it all, singer-songwriter AP Dhillon will be performing some of his musical chartbusters on-stage that is bound to leave the audience enthralled.” the statement further read. A star ⭐ studded line-up D.Y.Patil Stadium will be set for an evening of glitz and glamour 👌🏻 𝐃𝐨 𝐍𝐨𝐭 𝐌𝐢𝐬𝐬 the opening ceremony of #TATAWPL Grab your tickets 🎫 now on https://t.co/c85eyk7GTA pic.twitter...

Women’s Premier League, Match 1, Gujarat Giants vs Mumbai Indians: When and where to watch, date, time, live telecast, live streaming, venue | Cricket News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: The inaugural edition of the Women's Premier League which will be a five-team competition kicks off Saturday with the blockbuster clash between Gujarat Giants versus Mumbai Indians.After The Hundred Women's Competition in England and the Women's Big Bash League in Australia, India's much-awaited women's T20 league is all set to take the women's game a notch higher.A total of 22 matches, including the final on March 26 will be played during the course of the competition with Mumbai and Navi Mumbai in Maharashtra hosting all the games.THE FORMATThe five teams will be playing each other twice in the round-robin stage, making it 8 league games each for the franchises.The team finishing at the top after the league stage will straightaway qualify for the final. The second and third...