BCCI Takes Significant move towards women’s cricket: women players to be paid same match expense as male partners

BCCI secretary Jay Shah has made an immense declaration expressing that the Indian women’s cricket crew will be paid similar match charges as their male partners.

The Leading body of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has declared a significant stage towards general fairness in cricket and reported that the women’s cricket crew players will be paid similar match charges as the men’s group.

BCCI secretary Jay Shah made the declaration on Thursday (October 27) through his web-based entertainment handles.

“I’m satisfied to declare @BCCI’s initial move towards handling segregation. We are carrying out a pay-value strategy for our contracted @BCCIWomen cricketers. The match expense for all kinds of people Cricketers will be same as we move into another period of orientation balance in Cricket,” composed Shah.


India is the second country to report similar match charges for both their male and female cricket crew players. New Zealand had turned into the primary country to do a similar recently. From August 1, 2022, the Dark Covers and White Greeneries acquired a similar sum for every match.

The choice comes on the rear of some huge accomplishments for the Indian women’s cricket crew as they won the silver decoration at the 2022 Federation Games (CWG) in Birmingham.

Accomplishing a noteworthy 3-0 whitewash in the away ODI series against Britain, and winning the Asia cup for a record seventh time.

Recently at their yearly regular gathering (AGM), BCCI affirmed that they have supported the women’s Indian Head Association (IPL).

The primary release of the opposition will be played in Walk 2023 with additional subtleties on the timetable, and configuration. And the design of the opposition was actually anticipated and expected to be uncovered soon.

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