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Cricket beyond Covid | Connor, McCrum and Gould on the potential for a Women’s IPL

In the final part of our Cricket beyond Covid virtual roundtable, Clare Connor, managing director of women’s cricket at the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB), Jake Lush McCrum, chief operating officer of the Rajasthan Royals and Richard Gould, chief executive officer of Surrey County Cricket Club, debate the prospect of the formation of a fully-fledged women’s IPL and how English cricket can sustain its momentum after the success of 2019.

 

Part 2 of Cricket beyond Covid centred on the question of Indian Premier League (IPL) investment in the English game and the development of the Hundred. Part 1 saw Connor, McCrum and Gould detail how their organisations have been managing the challenges of the Covid-19 outbreak.

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