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WPL auction 2024 | WPL : Indian players sting; 2 crore bid on Kashvi Gautam | leader

Leaders Online Desk: The WPL auction 2024 for the Women’s Premier League 2024 is being held today (9th) in Mumbai. Australian players are followed by Indian players. A bid of Rs 2 crore has been placed on Kashvi Gautam. Gujarat Giants have included her in the team. Two crores worth of Kashvi was bought at the base price of 10 lakhs. Today’s most expensive player has become. India’s uncapped player Brinda Dinesh also surprised everyone in today’s auction. She was bought by UP Warriors for Rs 1 crore 30 lakh. Its base price was 10 lakhs. While the base price was 10 lakhs, Vrinda received 13 times more bids.

Who is Kashvi Gautam?

Kashvi Gautam is a native of Chandigarh, Punjab. Known for fast bowling. Kashvi has set many records in women’s cricket. She took a hat-trick for Chandigarh against Arunachal Pradesh in the women’s domestic under-19 tournament.

India’s uncapped batsman Trisha Pujitha was bought by Gujarat Giants for her base price of Rs 10 lakh. Meanwhile, the Australian players dominated the opening auction. Australian all-rounder Annabelle Sutherland was bought by Delhi Capitals for Rs 2 crore. Its base price was Rs 40 lakh. Delhi and Mumbai were at odds to get Sutherland. Finally, Delhi paid Rs 2 crore for her. Mallika Sagar is working as an auctioneer.

Australian batsman Phoebe Litchfield was hired by Gujarat for Rs 1 crore. Phoebe Litchfield is the first player to bid at the 2024 auction. She is an Australian batsman. Her base price was Rs 30 lakh and she was bought by Gujarat Giants for Rs 1 crore. England batsman Danny Wyatt was bought by UP Warriors for a base price of 30 lakhs. No one bid for Indian players Bharti Phulmali and Mona Meshram. At the same time, India’s Veda Krishnamurthy, Poonam Raut, Priya Punia also remained unsold. Devika Vaidya also did not bid.

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