Adani Sportsline, the sports development arm of the Adani Group, has appointed former captain of the Indian women’s cricket team, Mithali Raj, as mentor and advisor to the Gujarat Giants ahead of the inaugural season of the Women’s Premier League (WPL). It will be held in March.
As a mentor and advisor, Mithali promotes women’s cricket and assists in the development of the sport at the grassroots level in Gujarat. “The WPL’s first season is a great move for women’s cricket and the Adani Group’s involvement is also a huge boost for the sport,” former India captain Mithali said on Saturday.
“Women’s cricket is growing steadily and this kind of impetus will undoubtedly encourage young women to learn cricket professionally. I believe it will help speed up the process of bringing you more glory. This level of influence will help strengthen the sports ecosystem and increase opportunities for female athletes.”
Adani Enterprises Director Pranav Adani said: “We have supported many other female players in various sports through our ‘Garv Hai’ initiative, but this is the first time that Adani Group has ventured into women’s cricket and we are proud to be able to support women in the sport. I feel honored. First her WPL. “
Created by BCCI, WPL consists of five teams. Besides the Gujarat Giants, Mumbai Indians, Royal Challengers Bangalore, Delhi Capitals and Capri Global have acquired teams in the league, with his 22 games set to take place in his first three years. The first will be held in and around Mumbai.
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