Gujarat Giants Eye Redemption: Raj, Mooney, and Rana Share Insights on Season Prep

The second edition of the Women’s Premier League is live now. The inaugural match was played between Delhi Capitals and Mumbai Indians. Gujarat Giants is ready to face Mumbai Indians in their first match on February 25. Before heading to the very first match of the season, the franchise revealed its goals and preparation for the season. 

Skipper Beth Mooney’s Goal:

WPL’s highly anticipated second season kicks off, with the beloved Gujarat Giants gearing up to face defending champions Mumbai Indians on Sunday, February 25. Led by the Australian powerhouse Beth Mooney, the Gujarat Giants are eager to make waves in the tournament. Cricket enthusiasts can brace themselves for an exciting clash as these two formidable teams lock horns in the quest for supremacy. 

Before their opening game, Captain Beth Mooney shared insights into their extensive preparations for the upcoming season, giving fans a glimpse into the team’s readiness and determination. She said, “There’s a really excellent sort of vibe in the group as it has been together for a little while now. We worked through some things last week, and they have come to fruition. So, there’s a keen sense of anticipation for the first game. And I know the 11 that take the field tomorrow night will take full advantage of that and put their best foot forward.”

Mentor Speaks:

The ex-Indian skipper expressed her delight at the significant role she plays with the Gujarat Giants in the grand stage of WPL, emphasizing the joy she finds in contributing to the team. She supported the multi-city tournament. She said, “If WPL moves to every city, it gives the franchise a chance to develop a new audience, who can come and watch it play. This will only improve the profile of the tournament and the franchises.”

When she was asked about the new role, she said, “I have been enjoying this role as mentor, working with young players, sharing my knowledge, helping them stay in a good space, and performing their roles to the best of their ability.”

Sneh Rana’s Words:

Echoing her captain’s sentiments, Indian all-rounder Sneh Rana, who previously led Gujarat Giants in the absence of Mooney, expressed confidence in the team’s current state, indicating a positive outlook for the upcoming challenges. She said, “We have had a good experience so far, and the team has ensured players have all support they need. The mood in the team is very positive. We have gelled quite well and are hoping for a good start to the tournament.”

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The second edition of the Women’s Premier League is live now. The inaugural match was played between Delhi Capitals and Mumbai Indians. Gujarat Giants is ready to face Mumbai Indians in their first match on February 25. Before heading to the very first match of the season, the franchise revealed its goals and preparation for the season. 

Skipper Beth Mooney’s Goal:

WPL's highly anticipated second season kicks off, with the beloved Gujarat Giants gearing up to face defending champions Mumbai Indians on Sunday, February 25. Led by the Australian powerhouse Beth Mooney, the Gujarat Giants are eager to make waves in the tournament. Cricket enthusiasts can brace themselves for an exciting clash as these two formidable teams lock horns in the quest for supremacy. 

Before their opening game, Captain Beth Mooney shared insights into their extensive preparations for the upcoming season, giving fans a glimpse into the team's readiness and determination. She said, “There’s a really excellent sort of vibe in the group as it has been together for a little while now. We worked through some things last week, and they have come to fruition. So, there’s a keen sense of anticipation for the first game. And I know the 11 that take the field tomorrow night will take full advantage of that and put their best foot forward.”

Mentor Speaks:

The ex-Indian skipper expressed her delight at the significant role she plays with the Gujarat Giants in the grand stage of WPL, emphasizing the joy she finds in contributing to the team. She supported the multi-city tournament. She said, “If WPL moves to every city, it gives the franchise a chance to develop a new audience, who can come and watch it play. This will only improve the profile of the tournament and the franchises.”

When she was asked about the new role, she said, “I have been enjoying this role as mentor, working with young players, sharing my knowledge, helping them stay in a good space, and performing their roles to the best of their ability.”

Sneh Rana’s Words:

Echoing her captain's sentiments, Indian all-rounder Sneh Rana, who previously led Gujarat Giants in the absence of Mooney, expressed confidence in the team's current state, indicating a positive outlook for the upcoming challenges. She said, “We have had a good experience so far, and the team has ensured players have all support they need. The mood in the team is very positive. We have gelled quite well and are hoping for a good start to the tournament.”

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