The second season of the Women’s Premier League kicked off with a thrilling match, where Mumbai Indians clinched a last-ball victory against Delhi Capitals. Now, it's our turn as the Gujarat Giants are all set to make their mark this season, starting with a game against Mumbai Indians on Sunday.

As we gear up for our first game, our captain Beth Mooney, along with Head Coach Michael Klinger, Mentor Mithali Raj, and Vice-Captain Sneh Rana shared their thoughts on the upcoming season.

Beth Mooney expressed confidence in the team, noting a positive vibe among the players. She emphasized the importance of seizing the opportunity in the next match and putting the team’s best foot forward.

Rana, who led the team last year after Mooney’s injury, echoed her captain’s sentiments, highlighting the support provided by the Adani Sportsline team and the positive team spirit.

With the WPL moving to Bengaluru and Delhi this year, Rana welcomed the change, noting the opportunity to engage with fans across different cities.

Mithali praised the move, emphasizing the potential to attract new audiences and elevate the profile of the tournament and franchises. She also shared her enjoyment in the mentor role, guiding young players and sharing her expertise.

Sanjay Adesara, CEO of Adani Sportsline, highlighted their commitment to women's cricket in Gujarat, noting increased interest in their academies. He expressed optimism about the future of women's cricket in India and their dedication to contributing to its growth.

The Giants are ready to make their mark in the tournament and contribute to the development of women's cricket in India.