The TATA Women’s Premier League (WPL) 2024 auction commenced in Mumbai on December 9, marking the beginning of an intense bidding war among the five franchises. With 165 players up for grabs, including 104 Indian players and 61 overseas talents, the event promises exciting prospects for the participating teams.

Delhi Capitals bag Annabel Sutherland

Australia’s dynamic all-rounder, Annabel Sutherland, emerged as a star attraction at the WPL 2024 auction. The bidding war for Sutherland unfolded as franchises vied for her services. In the end, Delhi Capitals secured the coveted player, sealing the deal with a substantial bid of INR 2 crore.

Sutherland’s all-round prowess

Known for her aggressive style and all-round abilities, Sutherland’s acquisition by Delhi Capitals signifies their strategic move to bolster their squad for the upcoming season. Despite a challenging season with Gujarat Giants in 2023, where she scored 28 runs from 4 games and took 3 wickets, Sutherland’s international track record and potential make her a top-quality addition.

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International credentials

Sutherland has represented Australia in 22 Women’s T20Is, showcasing her versatility with both bat and ball. With 97 runs and 10 wickets to her name in the shortest format, she adds valuable experience and skill to the Delhi Capitals’ lineup.

The news of Delhi Capitals securing Sutherland triggered a flurry of reactions on Twitter. Cricket enthusiasts and fans took to the platform to express their thoughts on the high-profile signing.

Here is how Twitter reacted:

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