Srinagar: Baramulla Stars won the women Premier League (WPL) 2030 Cricket championship defeating Budgam CC in the final played at Showkat Ali Stadium in Jammu Kashmir’s Baramulla district on Friday.
The event being organised every year by the Indian Army provides a platform for female Cricketers to showcase their skills, inspire the youth and promote women participation in the sport, a Srinagar based defence ministry spokesman said.
The final match was a spectacle of skill, determination and witnessed an electrifying atmosphere unfold in a blaze of excitement.
The thrilling contest had the spectators on the edge of their seats, as both teams fought valiantly to secure the championship title.
Adding a touch of prestige to this sporting extravaganza, the GOC, Dagger Division was in attendance.
Cricket enthusiasts from across the region flocked to the stadium to witness the match. This event was a celebration of the indomitable spirit and unwavering talent displayed by the participating teams.
The participating teams showcased their prowess with stunning batting performances, precise bowling, and exceptional fielding.
The runner-up, Budgam CC, demonstrated immense sportsmanship and displayed extraordinary cricketing talent throughout the match.
The Women Premier League 2023 cricket tournament at Showkat Ali Stadium marked a significant milestone in the journey of women’s cricket in this region.
This grand final was a culmination of the dedication and hard work put in by the Indian Army, players, and the entire cricketing community. It served as a reminder of the potential and passion that girls from the Valley bring to the game of cricket.