A scramble for pace bowlers was evident in the purchasing pattern of the franchises, though the rejection of Ishant Sharma was a surprise. The post IPL 2017 auction: From Tymal Mills to Munaf Patel, franchises find flavour in pace appeared first on Firstpost . First Post.com, 8 hours ago
Next up - Munaf Patel. His base price is Rs 30 Lakh. Sold to the Gujarat Lions for Rs 30 Lakh. Select Live Blog: Live #IPL10 auction: Karn Sharma, T Natarajan win big as franchises shell out crores for domestic talent Live Blog Date: Monday, 20 February 2017 ...DNA, 1 day ago
Eight franchises collectively spent Rs 91.15 crore to buy 66 players from a pool of 351 that went under the hammer. IMAGE: Auctioneer Richard Madley conducts proceedings at the IPL Players' Auction. Photograph: BCCI England all-rounder Ben Stokes became the most expensive overseas purchase -- bought by Rising Pune Supergiants for a whopping Rs 14.50 crore even as some unheralded Indian domestic players trumped seasoned names to land lucrative deals at the Indian Premier League players' ...Rediff.com, 1 day ago
A total of 352 players were up for grabs in the auction out of an original pool of 799 (which was shortened after consultation with the eight franchises). This year's auction attracted more interest as eight England cricketers- Ben Stokes, Chris Woakes, Jonny ...DNA, 1 day ago
A total of 66 players were sold including 27 overseas players in the 2017 Indian Premier League (IPL) Auction at the Ritz-Carlton hotel in Bengaluru on Monday. The top pick being England all-rounder Ben Stokes who was sold to Rising Pune Supergiants for a ...Sify, 1 day ago #IPL10 Auction: From Ben Stokes to Rashid Khan, complete list of all the players sold DNA, 1 day ago Live: IPL Auctions 2017 Sify, 1 day ago
Basil Thampi / Photo: C Biju Bengaluru: England all-rounder Ben Stokes was the costliest buy after the first round of IPL players auction on Monday, going to Rising Pune Supergiants for a whopping Rs 14.50 crore (USD 2.16 million) after an intense bidding ...Mathrubhumi, 1 day ago
M S Dhoni was a byproduct of the true democratisation of Indian cricket, exemplified by the rapid and wider dispersal of the game in the new millennium. Cricket was always sequestered in India, played in vast swathes but more successfully in some pockets of ...The Financial Chronicle, 1 month ago
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