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Women’s Premier League 2024: Full List Of Indian Cricketers Who Have Registered For WPL Auction

A total of 165 cricketers have registered for the Women’s Premier League 2024 auction, which includes 104 Indians. Veda Krishnamurthy, Meghna Singh, S Meghana and Devika Vaidya are some big capped Indian names to feature in the list

Mumbai Indians were the winners of the inaugural WPL in 2023.
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The auction for the second edition of Women’s Premier League (WPL) is around the corner. While WPL's 2024 season is likely to be held in the February-March window next year, the auction preceding it will be organized on Saturday, December 9, 2023 in Mumbai. In the run-up to the WPL auction, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) announced on Saturday that 165 cricketers have registered for it. (Cricket News)

The list includes 104 Indian and 61 overseas players, of which 15 are from associate nations. Among the 165, 56 are capped players and the remaining 109 are uncapped. Some big names in the list of capped Indian players who will go under the hammer are Veda Krishnamurthy, Meghna Singh, S Meghana and Devika Vaidya. In the overseas players list, Deandra Dottin, Shabnim Ismail and Chamari Athapaththu are the major capped ones. 

West Indies’ Dottin and Australia’s Kim Garth are the only two players to have set themselves at the highest base price of INR 50 lakh. Sri Lanka captain Athapaththu, who has been in a rich vein of form with the bat, has listed her base price at INR 30 lakh. She went unsold at the 2023 auction.

In all, 30 spots are available with the five WPL franchises, with nine slots left for overseas players. A total of 60 players, including 21 overseas cricketers, have been retained across the five teams and 29 others have been released from their squads. Let's take a look at the full list of Indian players who will participate in the WPL 2024 auction on December 9.

First NameSurnameCountryRoleCapped/UncappedBase Price (in INR lakh)
BhartiFulmaliIndiaBATTERCapped30
VedaKrishnamurthyIndiaBATTERCapped30
MonaMeshramIndiaBATTERCapped30
PriyaPuniaIndiaBATTERCapped30
PunamRautIndiaBATTERCapped30
S.MeghanaIndiaALL-ROUNDERCapped30
MeghnaSinghIndiaALL-ROUNDERCapped30
DevikaVaidyaIndiaALL-ROUNDERCapped30
NuzhatParweenIndiaWICKETKEEPERCapped30
SushmaVermaIndiaWICKETKEEPERCapped30
SimranBahadurIndiaBOWLERCapped30
EktaBishtIndiaBOWLERCapped30
PreetiBoseIndiaBOWLERCapped30
GouherSultanaIndiaBOWLERCapped30
RidhimaAggarwalIndiaBATTERUncapped10
JasiaAkhterIndiaBATTERUncapped10
VrindaDineshIndiaBATTERUncapped10
G.DivyaIndiaBATTERUncapped10
ArushiGoelIndiaBATTERUncapped10
DrishyaI VIndiaBATTERUncapped10
TrishaPoojithaIndiaBATTERUncapped10
SimranShaikhIndiaBATTERUncapped10
UmaChetryIndiaWICKETKEEPERUncapped10
AparnaMondalIndiaWICKETKEEPERUncapped10
ShivaliShindeIndiaWICKETKEEPERUncapped20
RaghviBistIndiaALL-ROUNDERUncapped10
NishuChoudharyIndiaALL-ROUNDERUncapped10
HurleyGalaIndiaALL-ROUNDERUncapped10
KashveeGautamIndiaALL-ROUNDERUncapped10
AmandeepKaurIndiaALL-ROUNDERUncapped10
PoonamKhemnarIndiaALL-ROUNDERUncapped10
GautamiNaikIndiaALL-ROUNDERUncapped10
ParushiPrabhakarIndiaALL-ROUNDERUncapped10
S.SajanaIndiaALL-ROUNDERUncapped10
SaimaThakorIndiaALL-ROUNDERUncapped10
G.TrishaIndiaALL-ROUNDERUncapped10
HaorungbamChanuIndiaBOWLERUncapped10
AditiChauhanIndiaBOWLERUncapped20
KomalpreetKourIndiaBOWLERUncapped10
RekhaSinghIndiaBOWLERUncapped10
KomalZanzadIndiaBOWLERUncapped10
AmishaBahukhandiIndiaBOWLERUncapped10
PriyaMishraIndiaBOWLERUncapped10
ParunikaSisodiaIndiaBOWLERUncapped10
SonamYadavIndiaBOWLERUncapped10
SunandaYetrekarIndiaBOWLERUncapped10
PrathyushaChalluruIndiaALL-ROUNDERCapped30
MansiJoshiIndiaALL-ROUNDERCapped30
MonicaPatelIndiaALL-ROUNDERCapped30
AnujaPatilIndiaALL-ROUNDERCapped30
SwagatikaRathIndiaALL-ROUNDERCapped30
SoniYadavIndiaBOWLERCapped30
PranaviChandraIndiaBATTERUncapped10
DharaGujjarIndiaBATTERUncapped10
AmritaJosephIndiaBATTERUncapped10
ShwetaManeIndiaBATTERUncapped10
AaradhanaBishtIndiaALL-ROUNDERUncapped10
ZealDmelloIndiaALL-ROUNDERUncapped10
SumanGuliaIndiaALL-ROUNDERUncapped10
MannatKashyapIndiaALL-ROUNDERUncapped10
AshwaniKumariIndiaALL-ROUNDERUncapped10
SumanMeenaIndiaALL-ROUNDERUncapped10
KeshaPatelIndiaALL-ROUNDERUncapped10
PragyaRawatIndiaALL-ROUNDERUncapped10
ShanuSenIndiaALL-ROUNDERUncapped10
RiyaChaudhariIndiaWICKETKEEPERUncapped10
ShipraGiriIndiaWICKETKEEPERUncapped10
VinaviGuravIndiaWICKETKEEPERUncapped10
MuskanMalikIndiaWICKETKEEPERUncapped10
Durgesh NandaniSahuIndiaBOWLERUncapped10
RameshwariGayakwadIndiaBOWLERUncapped10
FatimaJafferIndiaBOWLERUncapped10
KeerthyJamesIndiaBOWLERUncapped10
PrakashikaNaikIndiaBOWLERUncapped10
SahanaPawarIndiaBOWLERUncapped10
K.RamyashriIndiaBOWLERUncapped10
NidaRehmanIndiaBOWLERUncapped10
KarriSai PoojithaIndiaBOWLERUncapped10
NishaSainiIndiaBOWLERUncapped10
MayaSonawaneIndiaBOWLERUncapped10
SundaresanAnushaIndiaALL-ROUNDERUncapped10
KeerthanaBalakrishnanIndiaALL-ROUNDERUncapped10
MedhaviBidhuriIndiaALL-ROUNDERUncapped10
NeelamBishtIndiaALL-ROUNDERUncapped10
RenukaChaudhariIndiaALL-ROUNDERUncapped10
JanhviKateIndiaALL-ROUNDERUncapped10
PremaRawatIndiaALL-ROUNDERUncapped10
SayaliSatghareIndiaALL-ROUNDERUncapped10
PritiYadavIndiaALL-ROUNDERUncapped10
NajlaC M CIndiaALL-ROUNDERUncapped10
ArchanaDeviIndiaALL-ROUNDERUncapped10
ManpreetKaurIndiaALL-ROUNDERUncapped10
FalakNazIndiaALL-ROUNDERUncapped10
AnushkaSharmaIndiaALL-ROUNDERUncapped10
MuskanVasavaIndiaALL-ROUNDERUncapped10
MithilaVinodIndiaALL-ROUNDERUncapped10
BhavanaGoplaniIndiaALL-ROUNDERUncapped10
DevikaKIndiaALL-ROUNDERUncapped10
PriyankaKoushalIndiaALL-ROUNDERUncapped10
BabitaMeenaIndiaALL-ROUNDERUncapped10
TarannumPathanIndiaALL-ROUNDERUncapped10
ShubhaSatheeshIndiaALL-ROUNDERUncapped10
NeetuSinghIndiaALL-ROUNDERUncapped10
TanishaSinghIndiaALL-ROUNDERUncapped10

Gujarat Giants will head into the WPL 2024 auction with the biggest salary cap available at INR 5.95 crore, while defending champions Mumbai Indians will have the smallest purse (2.1 crore) at their disposal amongst the five teams.

After a successful first season, the WPL is all set to return and could take place in February-March 2024 ahead of the Men's Indian Premier League. A Harmanpreet Kaur-led Mumbai Indians had won the first season of the WPL by beating Delhi Capitals by seven wickets in the final in March 2023 at the Brabourne Stadium in Mumbai.

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