WPL 2024 Final RCB VS DC

The 2024 Women’s T20 League Champions are Bangalores (RCB) What a remarkable comeback story this has been for Bangalore they went from being a star-studded and strongly favored team to win the initial title to lifting the crown just a year later. They have been outstanding in their final few games, and they deserve the title. Thoughts should be sent to Delhi, who have performed admirably all season long but have one again buckled under pressure in the championship game.

RCB won by 8 wickets After

You better believe this is true, RCB supporters. It is indeed taking place. Finally, the team has a trophy, and the crowd, encouraged by the DJ, is yelling “RCB, RCB” loudly. Every player is in the middle, out in the open. Renuka Thakur gets knocked down by Eliminator hero Shreyanka Patil, who does it again today. Ellyse Perry, who has excelled in this competition, takes pride in her accomplishment after completing the task once more. We’ll be posting that interview soon. She’s currently speaking with the host broadcaster. There are many hugs, relief, and glory, and some of the players are jumping with excitement.


RCB Player Ellyse Perry :

Pretty bonkers to be honest. It’s another level for us – the support for all the teams has been phenomenal and it’s been unbelievable. [on Richa Ghosh] She is unbelievable, for such a young player, she has got so many shots, we were cool and we felt we had to stay in the game and it took longer than it should have been. [on Molineux] She turned the match on its head. The rest of the spinners backed her up. Shreyanka is such a young player and she has got the world at her feet, that was a special performance. That was awesome. Sophie [Devine] and Shreyanka will be owning the stage, they are goat dancers.

The chase wasn’t the most straightforward for RCB as they were quite cautious at the start and a bit slow to get off the blocks. But one good thing was they kept wickets in hand and were able to raise the tempo when pressure was building. Devine and Mandhana gave a good platform, and then Perry finished it off along with Ghosh. Hang around for the player interviews and the post-match presentation…

The way this final turned on its head after Delhi raced to 64/0 in the first innings was quite incredible. Sophie Molineux was the catalyst with the ball for RCB, picking up three wickets in an over to trigger a stunning collapse. She tossed the ball up beautifully, kept it nice and straight and outfoxed top batters like Jemimah and Capsey as they tried to attack without getting their eye in. From there, the spinners established a stranglehold on the Capitals with Shreyanka and Asha bowling superbly along with Molineux.

Smriti Mandhana | RCB Captain: 

The feeling hasn’t yet really set in. It’s difficult for me to express myself. I will say this: I’m proud of the group. We had a great Bangalore leg. We had two hard defeats when we arrived in Delhi. We discussed the need for us to take appropriate action when it is needed. The goal of these competitions is to peak at the ideal moment. We learned a great deal from last year. What worked and what didn’t. The management has told you to grow the team (your way). Thumbs up to them. It means a lot more to RCB. The squad as a whole, not just me, is the winner of the trophy. I’m not the right person to discuss my feelings with.

This is in top five maybe. Obviously a World Cup would top it. Have a message for the fans – the most loyal fanbase. One statement that always comes up is Ee Sala Cup Namde. Now it’s Ee Sala Cup Namdu. Kannada is not my first language but it was important to say it for the fans.


Meg Lanning | DC captain:

Obviously disappointing not to get it done. Finals are about playing well on the day. Congratulations to RCB – you outplayed us tonight. It all happened relatively quickly as it tends to do. As we’ve seen in this tournament, crazy things happen. Full credit to RCB, they fought back really nicely and deserved the win. We did a lot right. Unfortunately it wasn’t to be. A lot of effort went from a lot of the people. Want to thank the support staff. Cricket is a funny game – you win some, you lose some.

Meg Lanning receives the runners-up cheque. Capitals were table-toppers again in the league stages like last year, but failed at the final hurdle again.

Sophie Molineux | POTM: 

was an excellent match. Games in the finals are always funny. The Delhi Capitals were a fantastic team all season long. Preetty glad to cross the boundary. I thought my bowling tonight was slow. had been bowling quickly the entire competition; learned from it. It was rather special to be brought on by RCB after a long break from cricket. It was awesome to be a part of.
Prepared and ready for the next presentations. Thankfully, it hasn’t taken too long.
Mandhana visits the Delhi team’s camp and gives a few players reassuring hugs.

Lanning looks very emotional and has tears in her eyes. Meanwhile, the RCB players are dancing and soaking it all in. Don’t think a single RCB fan has left the stadium. Ghosh is busy capturing it all in her phone. Virat Kohli also congratulates the team and talks to the players via a video call.

Deepti Sharma | MVP of the tournament:

I showed my potential in this tournament. Kept belief in myself to play the shots. Before this season, I had done a lot of drills and developed my off-side game as well.

This season, I got the chance to bat up the order and, happily, did well. didn’t perform well at bat throughout the first season. It feels pleasant.
Shreyanka Patil walks forward to accept the medal after being awarded the tournament’s Emerging Player of the Year. In addition, RCB receives the fairplay award. It’s Shreyanka’s turn to step forward once more and accept the purple cap. She now has 13 for the season after her four-fer today. Ellyse Perry, the “orange cap,” also travels to RCB, and when she approaches to pick it up, there are loud applause.


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