ISLAMABAD: The Chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Ramiz Raja announced on Monday that the Pakistan Super League (PSL) for Women will be held in February.
The PCB Chairman Ramiz, who appeared before the National Assembly Standing committee on Inter-Provincial Coordination made a significant announcement regarding the Women’s PSL and claimed that the marquee league will be held in February next year.
“Women’s PSL will be held in February, whereas, Pakistan Junior League to be held in October,” Ramiz revealed.
Ramiz further briefed the committee regarding the assets of the board and claimed that PCB does not receive a penny from the government.
“We take pride in the fact that the PCB generates all of its own revenue, with the ICC serving as the board’s largest financial backer. Whereas, the reserves of the PCB are at their highest now,” Ramiz stated.
The former cricketer then went on to reveal the amount received by each PSL franchise, following the conclusion of the seventh edition.
“Each PSL franchise received PKR 610 million after the last edition of the league,” he concluded.