New Zealand pacer Lea Tahuhu has been announced as the replacement for Australia's left-arm fast bowler Lauren Cheatle by the Gujarat Giants in anticipation of the Women's Premier League (WPL) commencing on February 23. Tahuhu, aged 33, was bought by Gujarat for Rs 30 lakhs.

"Gujarat Giants (GG) named Lea Tahuhu as a replacement for Lauren Cheatle for the upcoming edition of the TATA Women's

Premier League (WPL) 2024, starting February 23, 2024," WPL said in a statement.

Tahuhu boasts an impressive record, having represented New Zealand in 80 T20Is and 93 ODIs, with 78 and 109 wickets respectively across both formats. Unfortunately, Cheatle, aged 25, had to withdraw from the WPL due to a medical procedure to remove skin cancer from her neck. She was acquired for Rs 30 lakhs in the auction.
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