No prize money for BBPL champions
|| CF Correspondent ||
Bangladesh Cricket Board officials said on Thursday that there will be no prize money for the champions and runners-up in the ongoing edition of Bangabandhu Bangladesh Premier League.
Unlike the previous editions there will be no prize money for the participant teams in the BPL as they organizer did not had any franchises like the previous six editions
‘’Yes, there is no prize money in this edition of BBPL as we did not have any franchises. We did not take any franchise fees so whom will give the prize money because there are only sponsors in the ongoing BBPL,’’ Ismail Haider Mallick, BPL’s member secretary told Daily Sun.
Whether there is any prize money or not that hardly looked to be an issue for the participating teams as both Rajshahi Royal and Khulna Tigers looks adamant to clinch the championship.
The champions will get a trophy worth TK 20 Lakh that arrived from London on Thursday afternoon
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