Women KFC Big Bash League 2016-17 Prize Money For Winners & Runners Up, BBL 06- The Women’s Big Bash League 2016 Which was launched and promoted in 2014 to give women’s a exposure for the cricket internationally which was considered a huge rise in the television TRP. While in 2015 Cricket Australia as released a news that Women’s Big Bash League will run in 2015-16 also with the same names of the teams like men’s with same dress and color code. The Women’s league which is liked every Will be conducted in 2016. While the Schedules and other things had not been announced and the league will take place in the month of December 2016 till January 2017 aligned with men’s league in the format of 8 Teams.

KFC Big Bash League 2016-17
KFC Big Bash League 2016-17

BBL 06 – Big Bash League 2016-17 Women Total Prize Money

The Big Bash Women’s Price money will be as same like the Men’s league. With and increment of 7-10% each year like the men’s league. The Women’s League Gained a good response. As there is rise in women’s population while the match attendance was also quite effective. As there is no official total prize money which is going to be rewarded the expected Prize money will be $1410,000. but this is just a assumption. We will update the exact amount as soon as the official announcement will be made.

Womens Big Bash League 2016-17 Winners Prize Money

The Women’s Big Bash League 2016-17 Prize money announcement had not been made as there is about 5 months for the league to take place and even the Schedule had not been announced but this time also there will be same 8 team who will face off with the same names. The expected prize money for the winner is $450,000 as each year there is increment by Big Bash Association of about 7%-10% so once the announcement will be official made we will update it here.

Womens BBL 2016-17 Runner Up Prize Money

The Runner up prize money for the Women’s Big Bash League 2016-17 is not yet made but likely to be $260,000 in the total but no announcement is being made. While the league will be aligned with the men’s league. All the information will be updated as soon as official announcement will be made.