Top 10 Highest Paid Players Of IPL 2022 Vs WPL 2023

WPL 2023 Highest Paid Players: At the WPL Auction 2023, a total of 87 women cricketers were sold to five franchises. The list contains the highest paid players in the Women’s Premier League 2023 Auction.

Indian women’s team opener Smriti Mandhana goes to for Rs 3.40 Crore. She was also the first auction pick in WPL 2023. Indian women’s skipper Harmanpreet Kaur was sold to Mumbai Indians for Rs 1.80 Crore. Talking of overseas players, Australian Ashleigh Gardner was bagged by Gujarat Giants for Rs 3.20 Crore.

Natalie Sciver was also picked for the same price by Mumbai Indians. Indian all-rounder Deepti Sharma was bagged by UP Warriorz for Rs 2.60 Crore, while her national teammate Jemimah Rodriguez will represent Delhi Capitals, who bagged her for Rs 2.20 Crore. Young Indian batter Shafali Verma will give Jemimah company at DC, who bagged the teenager for Rs 2 Crore. A total of 19 players attracted bids of Rs 1 Crore or more.

10. Harmanpreet Kaur – Mumbai Indians – Rs 1.80 Crore

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India captain Harmanpreet Kaur is set to lead Mumbai Indians in the inaugural season of the Women’s Premier League, the club announced. Harmanpreet recently became the first cricketer to play 150 T20 internationals.

India captain Harmanpreet Kaur is set to lead Mumbai Indians in the inaugural season of the Women’s Premier League, the club announced. Harmanpreet recently became the first cricketer to play 150 T20 internationals.

Announcing Harmanpreet as their captain, Mumbai Indians owner Nita Ambani said, they are thrilled to have the Indian skipper in their team, insisting that she would inspire the team to play their best cricket in the WPL.

9. Pooja Vastrakar – Mumbai Indians – Rs 1.90 Crore

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Another one of our she-does-it all players. Pooja Vastrakar, much like most other girls starting out in cricket, began by playing with the boys back in her home town of Shahdol, Madhya Pradesh. She started off as a batter in age-group cricket, before her pace picked up and bowling became her stronger suit, getting called up into the Indian team as an opening bowler in 2018 at the age of 19, only for her batting to re-emerge in the last year and for her to turn into a genuine all-rounder.

8. Richa Ghosh – Royal Challengers Bangalore – Rs 1.90 Crore

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Listed under the base price of ₹50 lakh, Delhi and Bangalore tussled to acquire the services of the star wicketkeeper-batter

The Women’s Premier League (WPL) auction for Indian wicketkeepers saw Richa Ghosh grab the headlines. The wicketkeeper-batter, who is popular for her power hitting, was roped in by the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) for ₹1.90 crore. The bid comes a day after Richa played a crucial role in India’s seven-wicket win over Pakistan at the Women’s T20 World Cup in South Africa. Chasing 150, Richa smashed an unbeaten 31 off 20 balls, which featured five boundaries.

Her auction also triggered a bidding war between Delhi and Bangalore. Listed under the base price of ₹50 lakh, Delhi and Bangalore tussled till her value rose to 1.70 crore, before things dried down a bit. Two more rounds of bidding before auctioneer Mallika Sagar finally closed it with RCB leading at ₹1.90 crore.

7. Beth Mooney – Gujarat Giants – Rs 2 Crore

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Australia’s run-machine Beth Mooney has been bought by Gujarat Giants for INR 2 crore in the ongoing Women’s Premier League 2023 auction here in Mumbai on Monday.

Royal Challengers Bangalore and Mumbai Indian started the fierce bidding for the Australian run machine and quickly took the bid to INR 1.3 crore. Delhi Capitals entered the bid at the price of INR 1.4 crore. Gujarat Giants quickly raised it to INR 1.6 crore and Giants took it to INR 2 crore to lock the services of Mooney for the upcoming WPL.

South African cricketer Shabnim Ismail was bought by UP Warriorz for Rs 1 crore. UP Warriorz started the bid for the South Africa speedster and took it to INR 1 crore to lock the deal.

6. Shafali Verma – Delhi Capitals – Rs 2 Crore

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Delhi Capitals have roped in Under-19 T20 World Cup winning captain Shafali Verma for a price of INR 2 crore for the inaugural season of the Women’s Premier League.

Delhi Capitals and Royal Challengers Bangalore were part of a bidding war before Mumbai Indians came in with a bid of INR 1.3 crore. However, Delhi Capitals persisted and bagged the player for INR 2 crore.

The Delhi-based WPL side took to Twitter to announce Shafali’s signing, welcoming her and saying they’re adding another U-19 World Cup winning skipper to their ranks. She will be joining India batter Jemimah Rodrigues and Australia’s Meg Lanning in the Delhi franchise.

“Adding another U-19 World Cup winning skipper to our ranks. Welcome Shafali Verma,” DC posted on their Twitter account

5. Jemimah Rodrigues – Delhi Capitals – Rs 2.20 Crore

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India batter Jemimah Rodrigues was signed by Delhi Capitals for INR 2.2 crore in the Women’s Premier League (WPL) Auction in Mumbai on Monday.

Jemimah was involved in a bidding war between Delhi Capitals and UP Warriorz. Mumbai Indians made an entry at INR 1.6 crore before Delhi eventually sealed the bid.

Jemimah made her T20I debut in 2018 and has racked up over 1600 runs in the format. Jemimah is also the second-fastest Indian woman to reach 1000 T20I runs, only behind Mithali Raj.

On Sunday, Jemimah helped India start its T20 World Cup campaign on a positive note as her unbeaten half-century helped the team beat Pakistan by seven wickets in Cape Town.

4. Deepti Sharma – UP Warriorz – Rs 2.60 Crore

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Indian all-rounder Deepti Sharma has bagged a Rs 2.60 crore contract in the Women’s Premier League auction being help in Mumbai right now.

25-year-old had Mumbai Indians, Delhi Capitals and Gujarat Giants bidding for her before UP Warriorz joined the bidding at Rs 2.20 crore, which was quickly taken to Rs 2.40 by Mumbai. Ultimately though it was UP that made the winning bid, of Rs 2.60 crore.

She is the most expensive buy of the franchise so far with Sophie Ecclestone being bought for Rs 1.80 and Aussie Tahlia Mcgrath being bought for Rs 1.40 crore.

3. Natalie Sciver – Mumbai Indians – Rs 3.20 Crore

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Mumbai shelled out Rs 3.20 crore to sign England all-rounder Natalie Sciver-Brunt, 10 times more the highest salary in the women’s Hundred run by the England and Wales Cricket Board.

Mumbai bagged the services of Pooja Vastrakar for Rs 1.9 crore after engaging in intense bidding wars with Delhi Capitals and UP Warriorz.

2. Ashleigh Gardner – Gujarat Giants – Rs 3.20 Crore

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Ashleigh Gardner has been signed by Gujarat Giants for Rs 3.2 crore at the inaugural Women’s Premier League (WPL) auction in Mumbai on Monday.

Gujarat was locked in a bidding war with Mumbai Indians and UP Warriorz before acquiring Gardner’s services.

Gardner was instrumental in Australia beginning its 2023 Women’s T20 World Cup title defence on a resounding note, with figures of 5 for 12 against New Zealand, her best T20I bowling figures. They were the best ever figures by an Australian at the ICC event, and the joint-second best by an Australian woman overall

1. Smriti Mandhana – Royal Challengers Bangalore – Rs 3.40 Crore

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Smriti Mandhana stole the show at the first Women’s Premier League auctions when Royal Challengers Bangalore outbid Mumbai Indians for the Indian vice-captain on February 13 for Rs 3.40 crore (USD 410,000).

Harmanpreet Kaur, the Indian captain, cost the Mumbai Indians far less than Mandhana, at just around Rs 1.80 crore. Nat Sciver-Brunt of England, also bought by Mumbai Indians, earned Rs 3.20 crore. Harmanpreet was not even among the top six Indian purchases

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