WPL 2024 RCB Squad – Women’s Premier League

WPL 2024 RCB Squad

WPL 2024 RCB Squad: With a negative NRR of 1.137 Royal Challengers Bangalore Women holds the 4th spot in the WPL 2023 Points Table and got eliminated from the tournament.

The second edition of the tournament is expected to be played during the same window as the first edition. BCCI has announced the retained and released players list for WPL 2024 teams on October 19.

A total of 60 players including 21 overseas cricketers were retained across five playing teams while 29 players were released from their existing squads. BCCI decided to host the WPL 2024 Auction on December 9 in Mumbai.

The WPL 2024 Auction live streaming will be available on Jio Cinema and Sports 18 from 2 PM IST onwards.

WPL 2024 RCB Squad

WPL 2024 RCB Squad: In WPL 2023, a total of five teams played against each other in a double round-robin format, where the three teams that finished with the most points entered the playoff stages of the competition.

Women’s Royal Challengers Bangalore have retained a total of 11 players ahead of the WPL 2024 player’s Auction.

Royal Challengers Bangalore Women entered the WPL 2024 Auction with a purse value of INR 3.35 crores with a need to bag a total of 7 players in the auction including 3 overseas players.

Check out the full WPL 2024 RCB Squad below:

* Indicates Overseas Players

  1. Asha Shobana
  2. Disha Kasat
  3. Ellyse Perry*
  4. Indrani Roy
  5. Shradda Pokharkar(Replacement for Kanika Ahuja)
  6. Renuka Singh
  7. Richa Ghosh
  8. Shreyanka Patil
  9. Smriti Mandhana
  10. Sophie Devine*
  11. Georgia Wareham*
  12. Kate Cross*
  13. Ekta Bisht
  14. Shubha Satheesh
  15. Sabbhineni Meghana
  16. Smiran Bahadur
  17. Sophie Molineux*

RCB New Signings in WPL 2024 Auction

  1. Georgia Wareham*
  2. Kate Cross*
  3. Ekta Bisht
  4. Shubha Satheesh
  5. Sabbhineni Meghana
  6. Smiran Bahadur
  7. Sophie Molineux*
  8. Nadine de Klerk*(replacement for Heather Knight)

WPL 2024 RCB Full Squad

Asha Shobana, Disha Kasat, Ellyse Perry*, Indrani Roy, Shradda Pokharkar(Replacement for Kanika Ahuja), Renuka Singh, Richa Ghosh, Shreyanka Patil, Smriti Mandhana, Sophie Devine*, Georgia Wareham*, Kate Cross*, Ekta Bisht, Shubha Satheesh, Sabbhineni Meghana, Smiran Bahadur, Sophie Molineux*, Nadine de Klerk*(replacement for Heather Knight)

WPL 2024 RCB Released Players List

WPL 2024 RCB Released Players List: The window for the five franchises to retain players for the TATA Women’s Premier League (WPL) 2024 season came to an end on October 15, 2023.

Check out the WPL 2024 RCB Released Players List below:

* Indicates Overseas Players

  1. Dané Van Niekerk*
  2. Erin Burns*
  3. Komal Zanzad
  4. Megan Schutt*
  5. Poonam Khemnar
  6. Preeti Bose
  7. Sahana Pawar

WPL 2024 RCB Retained Players List

RCB have retained 11 players ahead of the WPL 2024 Auction. Check out the WPL 2024 RCB Retained Players List below:

Check out the WPL 2024 RCB Retained Players List below:

* Indicates Overseas Players

  1. Asha Shobana
  2. Disha Kasat
  3. Ellyse Perry*
  4. Heather Knight*(Withdraws from WPL)
  5. Indrani Roy
  6. Kanika Ahuja(Withdraws from WPL)
  7. Renuka Singh
  8. Richa Ghosh
  9. Shreyanka Patil
  10. Smriti Mandhana
  11. Sophie Devine*

CHECKWPL 2024 UP Warriorz Squad – Full List

RCB in WPL 2023

RCB is owned by Diageo, who also owns the men’s team in the Indian Premier League. As of Gujarat Giants, RCB also managed to register only a couple of victories in the WPL 2023 season.

Royal Challengers Bangalore Women kick-started their campaign with 5 consecutive defeats and won their first game against UP Warriorz. The team made a consolation victory in their next game against Gujarat Giants and went on to lose their last game against Mumbai Indians by 4 wickets.

With a negative NRR of 1.137 Royal Challengers Bangalore Women managed to be positioned in the 4th spot in the Women’s Premier League Points Table and got eliminated from the tournament.