The Mumbai Indians unveiled their jersey for the inuagural season the women’s IPL named as the Women’s premier league on Saturday. The unveiling was done on the social media handles.
Designed by Monisha Jaisingh, the iconic MI Blue & Gold color scheme gets a dash of coral, inspired by the remarkable coastline of Mumbai, the spectacular sunset, and the powerful energy from the rays of the sun.
Indian women’s team captain Harmanpreest Kaur is set to start their campaign on March 4th against Gujarat Giants at DY Patil stadium.
England batter Nat Sciver-Brunt is on their side while Pooja Vastrakar, and Yastika Bhatia are among the Indian contingent in their team. MI also roped in South African all-rounder Chloe Tryon, who will be representing her country in the Women’s T20 World Cup final on Sunday.
Indiawin Sports Private Limited, a 100 per cent subsidiary of Reliance Industries, is owned by Indian billionaire industrialist Mukesh Ambani. The group bought the Mumbai franchise of the WPL for Rs 912.99 crore, becoming the second-most expensive team to be bought in the team bidding organised by the BCCI.