The Women’s Premier League has already created waves and is predicted to be one of the primary draws when it comes to franchise cricket for women’s cricket. This Monday is the WPL Auction, therefore teams have already started to bolster their camps with the required support staff.
In an effort to start the inaugural season off well, Delhi Capitals have announced the signing of seasoned Jonathan Batty as their head coach for the next tournament. Batty is well-known for her work with the Melbourne Stars and Oval Invincibles in the Women’s Hundred and Big Bash Leagues, respectively, in women’s franchise cricket.
“I’m ecstatic to serve as Head Coach for Delhi Capitals in the first WPL. I am really appreciative that the management is giving me this opportunity, and I can’t wait to start working with the group. Right now, women’s cricket is thriving, and the WPL has the potential to revolutionise how women’s professional sports are perceived throughout the globe.
The remaining members of the support staff are equally seasoned in their roles and might provide them a significant advantage in the battle. With teams expected to be formed on Monday, it will be interesting to see how the Capitals do in the inaugural season, which starts in March.