CM – Australian female cricketers pay raise


Tuesday, October 12, 2021 6:56 p.m.

From Coast Live

@ küstenleben

Australia’s female cricketers are expected to see a significant increase in player payments this year.

An increase in salaries of $ 800,000 for the WNCL and $ 400,000 for the WBBL will provide a higher base salary for female cricketers and recognizes the critical role Australia’s domestic competitions have played in the growth of the game .

The investment will result in WNCL contract players receiving a 22% increase for 2021-22. and WBBL contract players get a 14% increase.

Australian women captain Meg Lanning said cricket has shown results can be achieved when invested properly in a sport.

« Due Given the success of the game over the past few years, in which women’s home cricket has been instrumental, the ACA has worked with Cricket Australia to ensure that this translates into an increase in player payments in both the WNCL and the WBBL reflects. ”

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