Delhi Capitals co-owner Ruchir Grandhi snapped with former Indian captain Saurav Ganguly on the WPL


Delhi Capitals convincingly defeated Royal Challengers Bangalore of their opener on the Girls’s Premier League yesterday. The group triumphed over Bangalore in all three features of the sport and regarded like probably the most balanced group as in comparison with their 4 different rivals. 

Supporting the Delhi Capitals of their inaugural sport from the stands was Ruchir Grandhi, the co-owner of the franchise. Ruchir was spotter within the stands carrying the same old crimson and blue of the Capitals uniform, sometimes cheering his group now and again. 

The Delhi Capitals’ Twitter deal with posted photos of Ruchir within the stands with the previous Indian captain Sourav Ganguly. Having stepped down because the President of BCCI final yr, Ganguly was attending the sport as an enthusiastic cricket fan. Ganguly was additionally snapped with different senior members of the Delhi Capitals administration. 

The franchise had a dream debut on the WPL yesterday. Capitals openers Shafali Verma and Meg Lanning put up 162 for the primary wicket of their first outing collectively. Owing to that, and a bit of cameo by Marizane Kapp within the dying overs, Delhi have been capable of put a mammoth goal of 223 for Bangalore to chase down. 

In response, RCB may solely handle to attain 163 of their 20 overs. A superb bowling efficiency by ‘Participant of the Match’ Tara Norris, who picked up figures of 5 for 29 in her 4 overs, consistently made certain that RCB may by no means get forward of the Capitals. Alice Capsey additionally appeared spectacular as she picked up 2 for 10 in her 2 overs. 

Capitals will play Warriorz on the Dr. DY Patil Sports activities Academy in Navi Mumbai tomorrow. Warriorz are additionally coming after a win towards the Gujarat Giants, who’ve now misplaced two video games in a row. 

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