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WPL 2023 Full Squad: RCB bags Smriti Mandhana, MI buys Harmanpreet Kaur, Shafali Verma goes to Delhi Capitals, Check Full Squads of all 5 WPL teams, Follow WPL 2023 Auction LIVE Updates

WPL 2023 Full Squad: RCB bags Smriti Mandhana, MI buys Harmanpreet Kaur, Shafali Verma goes to Delhi Capitals, Check Full Squads of all 5 WPL teams, Follow WPL 2023 Auction LIVE Updates

WPL 2023 Full Squad: WPL 2023 auction is over. A total of 87 players were sold at the auction, that included 30 overseas players. The five franchises spent a mammoth Rs 59.50 Crore within a space of seven hours in Mumbai. Delhi Capitals, Gujarat Giants and Royal Challengers Bangalore bagged a total of 18 players […]

WPL 2023 Full Squad: WPL 2023 auction is over. A total of 87 players were sold at the auction, that included 30 overseas players. The five franchises spent a mammoth Rs 59.50 Crore within a space of seven hours in Mumbai. Delhi Capitals, Gujarat Giants and Royal Challengers Bangalore bagged a total of 18 players each. Mumbai Indians bought 17 players, while UP Warriorz bagged 16 players. The most expensive by was made by RCB who bought Indian opener Smriti Mandhana for Rs 3.40 Crore.Indian women skipper Harmanpreet Kaur was bought by Mumbai Indians for Rs 1.80 Crore. Young sensation Shafali Verma goes to Delhi Capitals for Rs 2 Crore. The most expensive overseas bids went to Australia’s Ashleigh Gardner who will represent Gujarat Giants and Natalie Sciver will play for Mumbai Indians for Rs 3.20 Crore each. Follow WPL 2023 Auction LIVE Updates with InsideSport.IN

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WPL 2023 Full Squad: RCB bags Smriti Mandhana, MI buys Harmanpreet Kaur, Shafali Verma goes to Delhi Capitals, Check Full Squads of all 5 WPL teams, Follow WPL 2023 Auction LIVE Updates

Here’s a look at all the players bought by each of the franchises in the WPL 2023 auction.

Gujarat franchise – Adani Sportsline Pvt Ltd- Gujarat Giants

Gujarat Giants biggest buy of the evening was Australian all-rounder Ashleigh Gardner who was bagged for Rs 3.20 Crore. Another Australian wicket-keeper batter Beth Mooney is the second highest buy for Gujarat at a price of Rs 2 Crore. England batter Sophia Dunkley was a steal for Gujarat at Rs 60 Lakh. In other buys, Annabel Sutherland from Australia was bought at Rs 70 Lakh to go with West Indies superstar Deandra Dottin for Rs 60 Lakh. Amongst the Indian buys, Gujarat went for young Harleen Deol for Rs 40 Lakh and Sushma Verma for Rs 60 Lakh.

Squad: Ashleigh Gardner – Rs 3.20 Crore, Beth Mooney – Rs 2 Crore, Sneh Rana – Rs 75 Lakh, Georgia Wareham – Rs 75 Lakh, Annabel Sutherland – Rs 70 Lakh, Sophia Dunkley – Rs 60 Lakh, Deandra Dottin – Rs 60 Lakh, Sushma Verma – Rs 60 Lakh, Tanuja Kanwer – Rs 50 Lakh, Harleen Deol – Rs 40 Lakh, Ashwani Kumari – Rs 35 Lakh, Sabbineni Meghana – Rs 30 Lakh, Mansi Joshi – Rs 30 Lakh, Dayalan Hemalatha – Rs 30 Lakh, Monica Patel – Rs 30 Lakh, Hurley Gala – Rs 10 Lakh, Parunika Sishodia – Rs 10 Lakh, Shabnam Shakil – Rs 10 Lakh

The Adani Sportsline Pvt Ltd, which is a subsidiary company of the Adani Group, own the Ahmedabad Franchise. The company is currently focused developing and managing sports facilities and events in India. The Adani Sportsline Pvt Ltd have an ownership right for the WPL worth ₹1289 Cr.

Mumbai Franchise- Indiawin Sports Pvt Ltd – Mumbai Indians

Mumbai Indians has the Indian women’s cricket captain Harmanpreet Kaur in their corner. She was bought for Rs 1.80 crore by MI. However, the biggest buy for the franchise was England all-rounder Natalie Sciver who was bagged for Rs 3.20 Crore. The franchise also spent big bucks on Indian players like Pooja Vastrakar for Rs 1.90 Crore and Yashika Bhatia for Rs 1.50 Crore. MI also focused on Indian talent and bagged Priyanka Bala, Sonam Yadav and Neelam Bisht to their squad as well.

Squad: Natalie Sciver – Rs 3.20 Crore, Pooja Vastrakar – Rs 1.90 Crore, Harmanpreet Kaur – Rs 1.80 Crore,  Yastika Bhatia – Rs 1.50 Crore, Amanjot Kaur – Rs 50 Lakh, Hayley Matthews – Rs 40 Lakh, Heather Graham – Rs 30 Lakh, Isabelle Wong – Rs 30 Lakh, Chloe Tryon – Rs 30 Lakh, Priyanka Bala – Rs 20 Lakh, Dhara Gujjar – Rs 10 Lakh, Saika Ishaque – Rs 10 Lakh, Humairaa Kaazi – Rs 10 Lakh, Sonam Yadav – Rs 10 Lakh, Jintimani Kalita – Rs 10 Lakh, Neelam Bisht – Rs 10 Lakh

Indiawin Sports Pvt Ltd owns the Mumbai Franchise in the WPL. It is an Indian sports management company offering services like event management, sponsorship, and digital media rights. The company also manages players from sports like cricket, football, and kabaddi. They are also the owners of the IPL team Mumbai Indians.


Royal Challengers Bangalore – Royal Challengers Sports Pvt Ltd

Royal Challengers Bangalore has bought Indian women’s team opener Smriti Mandhana for Rs 3.40 Crore. She remains the highest bid in the WPL 2023 but the Red Army also bought some big names like Ashleigh Gardner for Rs 1.80 Crore, Elysse Perry for Rs 1.70 Crore and Heather Knight for Rs 40 Lakh. RCB also spent big bucks on Indian players like Richa Ghosh who was bought for Rs 1.90 Crore, and Renuka Singh for Rs 1.50 Crore. In all, the franchise bought 18 players and also made some very interesting choices.

Squad: Smriti Mandhana – Rs 3.40 Crore, Richa Ghosh – Rs 1.90 Crore, Ashleigh Gardner – Rs 1.80 Crore, Elysse Perry – Rs 1.70 Crore, Renuka Singh – Rs 1.50 Crore, Heather Knight – Rs 40 Lakh, Megan Schutt – Rs 40 Lakh, Kanika Ahuja – Rs 35 Lakh, Erin Burns – Rs 30 Lakh, Dane van Niekerk – Rs 30 Lakh, Preeti Bose – Rs 30 Lakh, Komal Zanzad – Rs 25 Lakh, Disha Kasat – Rs 10 Lakh, Indrani Roy – Rs 10 Lakh, Shreyanka Patil – Rs 10 Lakh, Asha Shabana – Rs 10 Lakh, Poonam Khemnar – Rs 10 Lakh, Sahana Pawar – Rs 10 Lakh

The Royal Challengers Sports Pvt Ltd own the Bengaluru franchise in the upcoming Women’s Premier League (WPL) 2023. Royal Challengers Sports Pvt Ltd are an Indian sports management company who own and operate the popular IPL franchise, Royal Challengers Bangalore. The team has unveiled the logo of the team.

WPL 2023 Full Squad: RCB bags Smriti Mandhana, MI buys Harmanpreet Kaur, Shafali Verma goes to Delhi Capitals, Check Full Squads of all 5 WPL teams, Follow WPL 2023 Auction LIVE Updates

Delhi Franchise- JSW GMR cricket Pvt Ltd – Delhi Capitals

India’s U19 T20 World Cup skipper Shafali Verma will represent Delhi Capitals in WPL 2023. She was bought for Rs 2 Crore by the franchise. However, Shafali’s teammate Jemimah Rodrigues is the most expensive buy for the franchise at Rs 2.20 Crore. Some key buys for Delhi include South African all-rounder Marizanne Kapp at Rs 1.50 Crore, Australia’s Meg Lanning at Rs 1.10 Crore. Delhi’s Indian buys include Shikha Pandey and Radha Yadav at Rs 60 Lakh and Rs 40 Lakh.

Squad: Jemimah Rodriques – Rs 2.20 Crore, Shafali Verma – Rs 2 Crore, Marizanne Kapp – Rs 1.50 Crore, Meg Lanning – Rs 1.10 Crore, Alice Capsey – Rs 75 Lakh, Shikha Pandey – Rs 60 Lakh, Jess Jonassen – Rs 50 Lakh, Laura Harris – Rs 45 Lakh, Radha Yadav – Rs 40 Lakh, Minnu Mani – Rs 30 Lakh, Taniyaa Bhatia – Rs 30 Lakh, Poonam Yadav – Rs 30 Lakh, Sneha Deepthi – Rs 30 Lakh, Arundhati Reddy – Rs 30 Lakh, Titas Sadhu – Rs 25 Lakh, Jasia Akhter – Rs 20 Lakh, Tara Norris – Rs 10 Lakh, Aparna Mondal – Rs 10 Lakh

JSW GMR Cricket Pvt Ltd are a sports management company who own and operate the IPL franchise Delhi Capitals. The company deals in cricket and its operations including team management, player acquisition, organizing home matches and some off-field activities. JSW GMR Cricket Pvt Ltd is a joint venture between JSW Sports and GMR Group.


UP Warriorz- Capri Global Holdings Pvt Ltd

UP Warriorz was slow to begin with at the auction, but bagged some key players in their dugout. The biggest fish for them was Indian all-rounder Deepti Sharma bagged at Rs 2.60 Crore. England spinner Sophie Ecclestone was their second biggest buy at Rs 1.80 Crore. Australia’s Tahila McGrath and South Africa’s Shabnim Ismail came in at Rs 1.40 Crore and Rs 1 Crore respectively. To many people’s surprise, Australia’s Alyssa Healy was bagged for Rs 70 Lakh. UP also banked on a lot of Indian players as well. They bought Anjali Sarvani, Rajeshwari Gayakwad, Shweta Sehrawat, Parshavi Chopra and S Yashasri.

Squad: Deepti Sharma – Rs 2.60 Crore, Sophie Ecclestone – Rs 1.80 Crore, , Tahlia McGrath – Rs 1.40 Crore, Devika Vaidya – Rs 1.40 Crore, Shabnam Ismail – Rs 1 Crore,, Grace Harris – Rs 75 Lakh, Alyssa Healy – Rs 70 Lakh, Anjali Sarvani – Rs 55 Lakh, Rajeshwari Gayakwad – Rs 40 Lakh, Shweta Sehrawat – Rs 40 Lakh, Kiran Navgire – Rs 30 Lakh, Lauren Bell – Rs 30 Lakh, Parshavi Chopra – Rs 10 Lakh, S Yashasri – Rs 10 Lakh, Laxmi Yadav – Rs 10 Lakh, Simran Shaikh – Rs 10 Lakh

Capri Global Holdings Pvt Ltd are an Indian investment holding company who own the Lucknow Franchise. They operate through their subsidiaries across various sectors, which include real estate, finance, and manufacturing. The company currently has their headquarters in Mumbai, India.

The inaugural edition of the Women’s Premier League is slated to be played between March 4-26 this year. As per WPL 2023 schedule, the first match will be played between Team Mumbai and Team Ahmedabad on March 4 with the final match on March 26. A total of five franchises will be participating in the first edition.
Team Name Captain Owner City
Gujarat Giants TBA Adani Group Ahmedabad
Mumbai Indians TBA Reliance Industries Mumbai
RCB TBA Diageo Bengaluru
TBA JSW–GMR Delhi
Lucknow Warriors TBA Capri Global Lucknow

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