Women’s Pakistan Super League is on my mind – Ramiz Raja
Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Ramiz Raja on Wednesday (November 10) said he is looking to start a Women’s Pakistan Super League (PSL). Raja also said he hopes to start a similar league for the Under-19 level.
“In October, hopefully, we will launch something a PSL for Under-19 level cricket. We are very excited because this has not happened anywhere in the world. England will send their Under-19 players, we will look after them. We will create a new property.”
“Women’s PSL is also on my mind. Hopefully, we can become the first cricket board in Asia to launch it (a women’s T20 franchise league).”
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Currently, Australia have the only global women’s T20 league – Women’s Big Bash League. India started a T20 Challenge for women cricketers, but it has featured only three teams.