Durban: Royal Challengers Bangalore bought Indian player Richa Ghosh for Rs 1.9 crore in the first Women’s Premier League series. In this case, it has been reported that he is going to buy a house for his father and mother with that amount.
A total of 87 players from 5 teams have been bought in this auction. Their total amount is Rs.59,50,00,000. 30 players are from abroad. It is noteworthy that 448 players participated in the auction.
Richa is one of those 87 players. He is a wicket keeper batsman. Her performance helped India win the first round match against Pakistan in the ongoing Women’s T20 World Cup cricket series. He scored 31 runs off 20 balls in that match. A wicket keeper is also known as an action finisher.
“I have no words to express my feelings. It’s all in my mind. She faced a lot of difficulties during her childhood,” said her father Manabendra Ghosh. It is at this stage that he is going to make his long-time dream a reality. Richa Ghosh said that it is to buy an apartment for my parents near the Eden Gardens ground.