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WPL 2023: Renuka Singh’s Family Distributes Sweets To Celebrate Her 1.5cr Bid

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Renuka Singh’s Family Distributes Sweets To Celebrate Her 1.5cr Bid: Over the years, the Indian Premier League auction has changed the lives of many players around the world, who have made a huge fortune through the cash-rich tournament. On February 13th, many women cricketers around the world experienced a similar thing during the Women’s Premier League 2023 (WPL 2023) auction.

Indian pacer Renuka Singh was one of the most talked about players ahead of the mega-event and as expected she turned out to be the star attraction of the event and was bought by Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) for Rs 1.5 cr.

Renuka had a stellar year in 2022 as she picked 18 ODI wickets at 14.88, economy 4.62 while the pacer scalped 22 T20I wickets at 23.95, economy 6.50. As a result of her performances, she was rewarded by the ICC Emerging Women’s Cricketer of the Year. Renuka has done wonders for team India ever since the retirement of the legendary Jhulan Goswami.

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Smriti Mandhana Hugged Renuka Singh

Members of the Indian women’s cricket team, who are currently in South Africa for the ongoing 2023 World Cup, were closely watching the auction. Smriti Mandhana, who was roped in by Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) for Rs 3.40 cr, hugged Renuka after the pacer was bagged by the franchise as she chanted, “RCB, RCB!”

The video of the same has been going viral on the internet. Watch it here:

Renuka’s Family Distributed Sweets:

While Renuka was thrilled with the bid, her family back home was on Cloud 9 and was seen distributing sweets to the locals.

Watch the beautiful video here:

“I am very happy that RCB picked me. We were enjoying a lot as we were watching the auction together. Smriti Mandhana is also a part of the same franchise and it’s great fun to play together with her in the same team. We will try our best to help RCB win matches. I would request all to keep supporting RCB,” Singh said in a video shared on Twitter.