The Women’s League will no longer be a part of the 2019 Pakistan Super League, according to the management committee of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), which is chaired by Najam Sethi.

The first Women’s Super League, which will be conducted as a distinct event from the PSL, has been scheduled for September this year by the PCB.
There will be separate bids for each of the five franchise teams in the women’s league.


World-class female cricketers have already expressed interest in taking part in the PCBs tournament.


Earlier, In October Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) had announced the launch of a women’s T20 league modelled along the lines of Pakistan Super League (PSL). The inaugural edition was expected to run alongside PSL 2023.