Promotion of women’s cricket in Kashmir, Mithali Raj will increase the spirit of players at Sher-e-Kashmir Stadium

Jammu Kashmir : Indian Army is organizing a cricket tournament in Srinagar to promote women’s cricket in Kashmir. The Kashmir Women’s Cricket League, starting tomorrow (August 19), will be played at the Sher-e-Kashmir Cricket Stadium in Srinagar, with renowned Indian cricketers Mithali Raj and LG Manoj Sinha also attending the final as guests of honour. < The Srinagar-based Chinar Corps (15 Corps) of the Indian Army has organized the tournament and said that the objective of the Kashmir WCL is to give Kashmiri women an opportunity to showcase their talent while shaping a celebration of cricketing excellence. Promising exciting cricket, the final of the tournament will be played on 26th August at 2:30 PM.

12 most talented women’s cricket teams
Indian Army organizing team Accordingly, 12 of the most talented women’s cricket teams coming from different regions of J&K will compete for eight days showcasing their remarkable talent and passion towards the game. The preliminary form is set according to international standards and the teams will fight it out for the Player of the Match, Best Batsman and Bowler of the Tournament and Player of the Tournament titles in each match. In addition, the winners and runners-up will be awarded with trophies and cash prizes.

Mithali Raj captained Indian women’s cricket 
PRO (Defence), Srinagar Said, "Known for her extraordinary talent, Mithali Raj has inspired countless cricketers around the world and remains an epitome of perseverance and dedication. Their presence will add to the excitement and prestige of the tournament, leaving an indelible impression on all present." 
According to the organisers, the event holds significance for both cricket lovers and sportspersons who have been waiting for a long time for an opportunity to witness such exceptional talent from close quarters. Chinar Corps is committed to promote sports and empower the youth within the valley. With a rich history of running successful sporting events, Chinar Corps continually strives to provide unparalleled experiences for athletes and spectators.

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