Today, the inauguration event for the 9th season of the Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL) occurred in Melbourne. It featured the presence of all team captains from the Women’s Big Bash League.
During the ceremony, players initiated Season 9 by inflating balloons with the vibrant colors representing their respective team jerseys.
The much-anticipated kickoff of the Women’s Big Bash Season 9 is scheduled for October 19th, featuring an exciting match between the Sydney Sixers and the Melbourne Stars.
Ellyse Perry, the Australian all-rounder, is advocating for greater representation of Asian women cricketers in the Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL). She also hopes to see more participation from women cricketers in Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and Pakistan, recognizing the wealth of talent in these nations.
When asked about Ayesha Nasim, Ellyse Perry emphasized the importance of providing equal opportunities for women in sports, given the growing global popularity of women’s cricket. She further stressed the need for women to be empowered to make independent decisions and not feel pressured.
The 9th season of the Women’s Big Bash is set to commence on October 19, with an opening match featuring the Sydney Sixers and Melbourne Stars.
Australian all-rounder Ellyse Perry wants to see more Asian women cricketers inthe Women’s Big Bash League. She also wishes that Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Pakistan women’s cricketer participate more in WBBL as she believes that there is lot of talent in those countries.
On a question regarding Ayesha Nasim Elyse Perry stated that women should get equal opportunities in sports as women’s cricket has gained lot of popularity around the globaly. She further states that women should be emp;owered to make independent decision adn not be pressuresied .
The Women’s Big Bash Season 9 will begin on October 19 with a match between Sydney Sixers and Melbourne Stars.
By Saher Ali