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BCCI announces modalities for registration of players for women’s T20 League
1/7/2023 11:29:17 PM

Early Times Report

Jammu, Jan 7: The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Saturday has announced modalities for the registration of Indian players for Women's T20 League, analogous to Indian Premier League (IPL), which BCCI has already decided to start in India soon.
The Women's T20 League Players' auction will be held sometime in February 2023. In order to facilitate the players, whether capped or uncapped, to seek to play in Women's T20 League, BCCI has announced the procedure to be adopted.
In a press release issued here, Member-Administration JKCA, Brig Anil Gupta has enunciated the procedure for local women players.
"All registrations will be via an online WT20L Auction Registration System. All registration will be done through the JKCA only for the players belonging to Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh. The players desirous to register themselves will have to inform JKCA at the email address- [email protected] by giving her name, DoB and email ID," maintained Brig Gupta.
He further said that once the players name is registered by the Association the system will generate an email to the player with their log in details so that they can complete the registration process.
"Once registered, in order to express their interest in playing in the WT20L 2023, the player should log in to the online registration system. They will be required to complete all the fields on the WT20L Auction Registration System," Brig Gupta further said.
Member-Administration JKCA further said that to assist the players with their registration, the documents available for them to download once they have logged in to the online Registration System include WT20L 2023 Auction Registration-User Manual for Players; WT20L 2023 Player Auction T&C; WT20L 2023 Auction Guidance Note-This Document contains instructions on how to complete the WT20L 2023 Auction Agreement on the Online Portal.
"It has further been intimated by the BCCI that final deadline for submitting online details in WT20L for players are 5pm IST on January 26, 2023. Further players are advised to submit their details at the given email ID of JKCA at the earliest but not later than January 20, 2023. The BCCI will only deal directly with the State Associations and at no time will have any communication with players' agents or managers. Any failure by a player to abide by this will result in the players name being withdrawn with immediate effect from WT20L 2023 Auction Register," Brig Gupta informed.
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