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India’s Raj wants women’s IPL after World Cup heartbreak

Mithali believes there needs to be a women’s IPL, because now is the right time to create that base.

By: Eastern Eye Staff

India captain Mithali Raj said now was time to “create the base” of a female equivalent to the Indian Premier League after her side’s hopes of Women’s World Cup final glory were snatched away by England at Lord’s. Raj’s side looked on course to lift the trophy for the first time at 191 for three, chasing 229 for victory, in Sunday’s (23) final at the ‘home of cricket’. But on the same Lord’s ground where India’s men had won an inaugural World Cup title back in 1983, they lost their last seven wickets for just 28 runs to be bowled out for…

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