Mumbai: A husband-wife duo is playing from different teams in the Women’s Premier League 2023. Yes, of course you read right. The teams of this couple were face to face on Sunday evening. It was a match between Delhi Capitals and Royal Challengers Bangalore, in which the DC team, captained by Meg Lanning, prevailed and registered a thumping 60-run win. Batting first, Delhi scored 223 runs at the loss of 2 wickets. In response, the Bangalore team could reach 163 runs for 8 wickets.
Well, now coming to the main point. Actually, South African players Dane van Niekerk and Marijane Kapp are lesbians and they got married in 2018. This same-sex couple have to play side-by-side in the Women’s Premier League. Dan van Niekerk has been added to his team by Royal Challengers Bangalore while Marijane Kapp is a part of Delhi Capitals. Interestingly, Marijane Kapp was included in the playing XI in the last match, but Dane van Niekerk did not play.
Marijane Kapp also showed strong hands in this match. He hit 3 fours and 3 sixes in 17 balls in the last moments. She was unbeaten on 39, while at the other end, Jemimah Rodrigues hit 22 not out in 15 balls with the help of 3 fours. Earlier, captain Meg Lanning scored 72 off 43 balls with 14 fours, while Shafali Verma hit 84 runs in 45 balls hitting 10 fours and 4 sixes.
In this way Delhi Capitals scored 223 runs at the loss of 2 wickets. In response, RCB’s team could score 163 runs for 8 wickets. For him, Captain Smriti Mandhana scored 35 runs in 23 balls, Ellyse Perry scored 31 runs in 19 balls, Heather Knight scored 34 runs in 21 balls. Apart from these, Megan Shutt scored an unbeaten 30 runs in 19 balls, but could not lead the team to victory. No regrets… Prithvi Shaw gave such a statement on Team India after the dispute with the actress WPL 2023 Points Table: Mumbai Indians on top, know what is the position of other teams in Women’s Premier League Points TableOnly Pakistan can do this… Invitation sent to unsold players in WPL, such is the ‘Chinese’ plan
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