WPL auction 2024 | Vrinda Dinesh is the most expensive uncapped player in WPL, UP Warriors spent Rs 1 crore 30 lakh

WPL auction 2024 |  Vrinda Dinesh is the most expensive uncapped player in WPL, UP Warriors spent Rs 1 crore 30 lakh


Pudhari Online: The auction of Mumbai players for Women’s Premier League 2024 (WPL auction 2024) has started today (Dec. 9). Indian women players get the highest bids either in Australia or in Australia. Today’s Lilawat India’s uncapped player Vrinda Dinesh surprised everyone. UP Warriors bought Rs 1 crore 30 lakh for it. Its base price would have been 10 lakhs. While the base price was Rs 10 lakh, Vrinda got 13 patti more bids and is the most expensive player today.

India’s uncapped batsman Trisha Pujitha was bought by Gujarat Giants for her base price of Rs 10 lakh.

Meanwhile, the Australian players dominated the opening bowlers. Australian octagon player Annabel Sutherland was bought by Delhi Capitals for Rs 2 crore. Its base price would have been Rs 40 lakh. Churas appeared between Delhi and Mumbai to get Sutherland. Ultimately Delhi won and collected Rs 2 crore for her. Mallika Sagar is superb as a singer.

Australian batsman Phoebe Litchfield won Rs 1 crore from Hila Gujarat. Phoebe Litchfield is the first player to bid for 2024. He is an Australian batsman. His base price was Rs 30 lakh and Gujarat Giants bought him for Rs 1 crore. English batsman Danny Wyatt was bought by UP Warriors for his base price of Rs 30 lakhs.

No one spoke highly of Indian players Bharti Fulmali and Mona Meshram. Along with this, Bharatachi Veda Krishnamurthy, Poonam Raut, Priya Poonia also remained unsold. Devika Vaidya did not even say anything lovely.

Australian player Georgia Verhamchi’s base price would have been Rs 40 lakh. Royal Challengers Bangalore bought him for Rs 40 lakh. India’s Meghna Singh Hila was bought by Gujarat Giants at her base price of Rs 30 lakh. At the same time, Sri Lankan Chamari Atapattu was not called Lavalli.

English fast bowler Kate Cross’s base price would have been Rs 30 lakh. Therefore, Royal Challengers Bangalore took only Rs 30 lakh.

The competition for the second edition of the Women’s Premier League, which started on the heels of the IPL, has begun. For this, today (December 9) the player procurement process for the Mumbai Women’s Premier League 2024 (WPL auction 2024) is being completed. A total of 165 players have registered for the WPL 2024. This includes 104 Indian and 61 foreign players. (WPL 2024 Auction)





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