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Virat Kohli reacts after Royal Challengers Bangalore wins bid to own a team in Women’s Premier League

Indian superstar and former Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) captain Virat Kohli expressed her excitement after RCB won the bid to own a team in the Women’s Premier League. Notably, on Wednesday, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) announced the successful bidders for the Women’s Premier League, with the bidders earning the ownership rights for a combined bid valuation of INR 4669.99 Cr.

Choice of Adani Sportsline Pvt. Ltd (INR 1289 Crore), India has acquired Sports Pvt. Ltd (INR 912.99 Crore), Royal Challengers Sports Pvt. Ltd (INR 901 Crore), JSW GMR Cricket Pvt. Ltd. (INR 810 Crore) and Capri Global Holdings Pvt. Ltd (INR 757 crore) completed five franchises to win the bid. Three of the five franchises already have teams in the Indian Premier League (IPL). While JSW GMR Cricket Pvt. Delhi Capitals (DC), Royal Challengers Sports Pvt. Ltd. and India Sports Pvt. Ltd. is the owner of RCB and Mumbai Indians (MI)respectively.

Kohli took to Twitter and expressed his excitement about RCB’s successful bid in the Women’s Premier League. The Delhi-born said that he will be cheering for RCB women.

Well played, RCB! So thrilled that my team has won the bid for the Bengaluru Women’s Premier League team. Can’t wait to cheer on our ladies in red and gold.” Kohli tweeted.

Earlier, after securing the rights to own a team in the Women’s Premier League, RCB wrote through their official Twitter handle: “Breaking down barriers, making history and playing adventure! Royal Challengers Bangalore is the proud owner of the Bangalore Women’s Premier League team.”

“With strength and confidence, there stands a woman, a fierce gladiator, ready to challenge them all. Courage in her heart, she will play bold and conquer the world in red and gold. For sports Inclusivity Passion! RCB added.

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