“I’m delighted to announce a rise in prize cash for all @BCCI home tournaments. We are going to proceed our efforts to put money into home cricket – the spine of Indian cricket. 5 crore (2 50 lakhs (from 6 lakhs),” tweeted the BCCI secretary. Jai Shah on Sunday.
From the 2023–24 home season, the Ranji Trophy The winners will get Rs 5 crore (as an alternative of Rs 2 crore), whereas the runners-up will get Rs 3 crore (earlier Rs 1 crore). The prize cash for the Irani Cup winners has now been doubled – from Rs 25 lakh to Rs 50 lakh.
Equally, the prize cash for Duleep Trophy winners has been elevated from Rs 40 lakh to Rs 1 crore. Vijay Hazare Trophy The winners will now get Rs 1 crore, which was Rs 30 lakh within the earlier season. The winners of DB Deodhar Trophy will now get Rs 40 lakh, which was Rs 25 lakh final time. Mushtaq Ali Trophy winners will get Rs 80 lakh as an alternative of Rs 25 lakh final season.
Within the case of ladies’s home cricket, the prize cash has been elevated even additional. The winners of the Senior Ladies’s One-Day Trophy will get Rs 50 lakh (final season it was Rs 6 lakh), and the Senior Ladies’s T20 Trophy winners will get Rs 40 lakh as an alternative of Rs 5 lakh earlier.
In September 2021, the BCCI had elevated the match charges of home cricketers. From the 2021-22 season onwards, senior males earn between Rs 40,000 to Rs 60,000 per day, whereas senior ladies earn as much as Rs 20,000 per day.