After successful completion of the Mumbai edition, Cricfit Premier League is all set to roll out the Nashik Edition from February 17 (Wednesday) at the Golf Club Ground and will run until March 11. The tournament will see cricketers from age group U-14, U-16, U-19 (boys and girls) ply their trade in the T20 format of the game.
Aspired to spread the game pan India for the youngsters, the tournament will see more women cricketers taking part in CPL 2021 Nashik edition. There will be 10 women teams – six more from the Mumbai edition to give them more exposure as India stand at an eventful juncture of women’s cricket in India.
CPL 2021 Nashik edition to start from February 15
In their bid, the CPL governing council has decided to fund the participating fees of all the women’s teams to encourage them and take part in CPL 2021 Nashik edition. Coloured clothing, live telecast, the tournament aspires to provide the young cricketers with an early taste of what franchise cricket looks like.
Meanwhile, there will be 30 teams with a total will 60 matches spread over 17 days. The matches will be telecasted live on social media platforms – Facebook and YouTube for the viewers to watch all across the globe. The Mumbai edition of CPL 2021 saw a huge uprising on social media with numbers shooting up each passing day.
The organizers of Cricfit Premier League – Cricfit Academy was founded on October 27th, 2015 by Television Broadcaster & Cricket Analyst Mikkhail Vaswani. Mikkhail has been associated with Cricket for the last 15 years. Cricfit Academy aims to add more value to grassroots cricket. For the last 5 years, the academy has prepared and churned out talents who have played for Mumbai at various age groups.