Veteran Indian fast bowler Jhulan Goswami believes that hosting the Women’s IPL (Indian Premier League) on a larger scale will be beneficial for the country, the sport and the young players associated with it. The Cricket Board of India (BCCI) is working on organizing the Women’s IPL but is currently hosting the Women’s League as well as the Men’s League.
“As far as the IPL is concerned, we want the whole tournament to start and we are all looking forward to it,” Jhulan told the Sports Tigers outside the field event. “This will be the biggest achievement for women IPL country and young cricketers as they will have the opportunity to play with top players in India and internationally.”
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Jhulan, 37, the highest wicket-taker in women’s international cricket, said age was number one and passion for the game was more important. “As a professional player you never think about age.” You just move forward with your passion, hard work and passion for the game. “
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“You want to go on the field and this is the most satisfying moment for any player,” Jhulan said. And I’m enjoying my game. “