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BYJU’S Guwahati Premier League 2023: 6 Teams ,10 Lakh Prize Money, All You Need to Know

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BYJU’S Guwahati Premier League 2023: You will then be able to watch matches from South Africa, New Zealand, and Australia in Guwahati. The newly built Judge’s Ground is now being built along the lines of an outdoor ground.

It should be noted that the first cricket tournament will be held under the field lights on Sunday, following the completion of the construction. The championship, which lasts 17 days, is named after the Guwahati Premier League. Six Assamese teams will compete in the event. This tournament’s prize money has been set at Rs 10 lakh. Guwahati Town Club, 91 Ward’s Club, Wad Cricket Club, City Cricket Club, South Guwahati Club, and City Cricket Club will each field six teams.


The Guwahati Town Club has provided a platform for potential cricketers to showcase their talent through this competition. No under-19 cricketer was permitted to compete in the T20 tournament due to bcci rules. Despite being invited to an examination or the Assam Premier League’s second round match, he was unable to participate.

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It should be noted that the 17-day tournament will have two sessions, one in the morning and one in the afternoon. On Saturday, the tournament trophy was unveiled. He also explained the championship’s purpose. The event was attended by State Minister Ashok Singhal, BCCI Joint Secretary Debjit Lon Saikia, Guwahati Assistant Commissioner of Police Partha Sarathi Mahanta, and other dignitaries.

IPL in Guwahati for the first time:

The Tata Indian Premier League (IPL) will return to northeast India in April for the first time since its inception in 2007. The Assam Cricket Association (ACA) announced Friday that Guwahati, located on the banks of the Brahmaputra, will host its inaugural matches on April 5 and 8.

According to a press release issued by ACA Chief Executive Officer Pritam Mahanta, the city has been chosen as the ‘home’ venue for the Rajasthan Royals, who will play their two matches — against the Punjab Kings and the Delhi Capitals — at Barsapara Cricket Stadium.


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