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Nat Sciver-Brunt, the all-rounder from England, scored an unbeaten 60 runs to lead Mumbai Indians to a seven-wicket victory over Delhi Capitals in the first-ever Women’s Premier League held in Mumbai. The five-team competition has been praised as a transformative development in women’s cricket, with the sale of franchises and media rights alone generating $690 million. The Indian cricket board, which organized the 22-match tournament, secured a remarkable set of sponsors.

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