ECB Announce Women’s Cricket Super League

As first broken by CRICKETher back in March, the ECB have now officially announced the 6-team Women’s Super League will commence next summer, 2016.

For the first year, the Super League will run as a purely Twenty20 format competition, ALONGSIDE the existing 50-Over County Championship and T20 County Cup. Thereafter the WCSL will evolve to embrace both formats from 2017.

The WCSL is supported by a 4-year, £3 million pound investment from the ECB; who are hoping to attract international stars to the competition alongside home-grown players.

Read Our Women’s Cricket Super League Q & A

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One thought on “ECB Announce Women’s Cricket Super League

  1. The importance to the home grown talent cannot be understated. Seeing the revolution in our men’s ODI and T20 team, I want to see the next generation show they can step up where the Edwards , Taylor and Greenways have previously led the way.

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