Indian Wheelchair Cricket Premier League kicks off in Dwarka!

Is disability a bar to play a sport or achieve heights? Definitely not! Over the years, many disabled people have showcased their skills and talents in various fields, especially in the sports arena. The Indian Wheelchair Cricket Premier League (IWCPL) is yet another milestone in that regard.

This important tournament begins today and will end on 24 June. Many wheelchair cricketers from across India will take part in this premier league.

Six teams will take part in the event. On the first day there will be a friendly match played between the Delhi Police and wheelchair players.

The matches will be held at the Bal Bhavan International School cricket ground at Dwarka in New Delhi. For more details, e-mail officials at

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