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Sport The Hundred Draft: Who went where?

07:30  21 october  2019
07:30  21 october  2019 Source:   skysports.com

Gayle among top-priced players in Hundred Draft

  Gayle among top-priced players in Hundred Draft Chris Gayle, Steve Smith and David Warner are among the top-priced overseas players eligible for selection in The Hundred Draft.West Indies opener Gayle and Australia trio Smith, Warner and Starc have a reserve value of £125k, alongside Sri Lanka seamer Lasith Malinga and South Africa paceman Kagiso Rabada.

The Hundred Draft is complete with 96 players earning deals, Luke Wright becoming Mr Irrelevant and Chris Gayle left without a franchise. Sussex's Wright - who has scored more runs in English T20 cricket than any other player - also joined the Rockets but was the final player to be picked, the 'Mr

Who goes where ? That question will be answered on Sunday night when international stars and domestic players alike learn where - and indeed if - they will be playing in The Hundred next The Hundred Draft - Live will be shown on Sky Sports Cricket, Main Event & Sky One from 7pm on Sunday.

Andre Russell holding a sign posing for the camera: Andre Russell was selected by Southern Brave in The Hundred draft © Getty Andre Russell was selected by Southern Brave in The Hundred draft

Check out the 15-man squads for The Hundred following Sunday night's player draft.

Andre Russell (Southern Brave), Rashid Khan (Trent Rockets), Steve Smith (Welsh Fire), Sandeep Lamichhane (Oval Invincibles) and Kane Williamson (Birmingham Phoenix) were among the star overseas players picked - but Chris Gayle, Kagiso Rabada and Lasith Malinga missed out...

BIRMINGHAM PHOENIX

England Test player: Chris Woakes

Local icons: Moeen Ali (Worcestershire, £125k), Pat Brown (Worcestershire, £60k)

Overseas players: Kane Williamson (New Zealand, £100k), Shaheen Afridi (Pakistan, £60k), Adam Zampa (Australia, £40k)

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Who goes where ? That question will be answered on Sunday night when international stars and domestic players alike learn where - and indeed if - they will be playing in The Hundred next The Hundred Draft - Live will be shown on Sky Sports Cricket, Main Event & Sky One from 7pm on Sunday.

The Hundred is the title of a professional 100-ball cricket tournament in England and Wales run by the ECB commencing in July 2020. The league will consist of eight city-based franchise teams

Rest of squad: Liam Livingstone (Lancashire, £125k), Ravi Bopara (Sussex, £100k), Benny Howell (Gloucestershire, £75k), Tom Helm (Middlesex, £75k), Adam Hose (Warwickshire, £50k), Cameron Delport (Essex, £50k), Henry Brookes (Warwickshire, £40k), Riki Wessels (Worcestershire, £30k), Chris Cooke (Glamorgan, £30k)

Chris Woakes of England celebrates dismissing Steve Smith of Australia during day two of the 5th Specsavers Ashes Test between England and Australia at The Kia Oval on September 13, 2019 in London, England. © Getty Images Chris Woakes of England celebrates dismissing Steve Smith of Australia during day two of the 5th Specsavers Ashes Test between England and Australia at The Kia Oval on September 13, 2019 in London, England.

LONDON SPIRIT

England Test player: Rory Burns

Local icons: Eoin Morgan (Middlesex, £125k), Dan Lawrence (Essex, £60k)

Overseas players: Glenn Maxwell (Australia, £125k), Mohammad Nabi (Afghanistan, £100k), Mohammad Amir (Pakistan, £100k)

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Rest of squad: Mark Wood (Durham, £75k), Roelof van der Merwe (Somerset, £75k), Joe Denly (Kent, £60k), Mason Crane (Hampshire, £50k), Kyle Abbott (Hampshire, £50k), Adam Rossington (Northamptonshire, £40k), Zak Crawley (Kent, £40k), Jade Dernbach (Surrey, £30k), Luis Reece (Derbyshire, £30k)

Rory Burns of England warms-up ahead of the start of day one of the 5th Specsavers Ashes Test at The Kia Oval on September 12, 2019 in London, England. © Getty Images Rory Burns of England warms-up ahead of the start of day one of the 5th Specsavers Ashes Test at The Kia Oval on September 12, 2019 in London, England.

MANCHESTER ORIGINALS

England Test player: Jos Buttler

Local icons: Matt Parkinson (Lancashire, £75k), Saqib Mahmood (Lancashire, £75k)

Overseas players: Imran Tahir (South Africa, £125k), Dan Christian (Australia, £60k), Mitchell Santner (New Zealand, £50k)

Rest of squad: Dane Vilas (Lancashire, £125k), Phil Salt (Sussex, £100k), Tom Abell (Somerset, £100k), Wayne Madsen (Derbyshire, £60k), Wayne Parnell (Worcestershire, £50k), Joe Clarke (Nottinghamshire, £40k), Marchant de Lange (Glamorgan, £40k), Ed Pollock (Warwickshire, £30k), Eddie Byrom (Somerset, £30k)

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Now The Hundred brings the Draft to this country. A whole new team. Selecting one or two players is one thing. But the men's Player Draft means picking an entire team. Which player will go where ? Find out in the The Hundred men's Player Draft on 20 October 2019. Hold your breath.

Welcome to the official The Hundred website. Sign up for FREE to be the first to hear about tickets, offers and all the latest news. Pick your team from the players registered for The Hundred Draft . Choose 5 batters, 4 bowlers and 2 all rounders in our Player Picks game.

Jos Buttler of England prior to Day Two of the 5th Specsavers Ashes Test between England and Australia at The Kia Oval on September 13, 2019 in London, England. © Getty Image Jos Buttler of England prior to Day Two of the 5th Specsavers Ashes Test between England and Australia at The Kia Oval on September 13, 2019 in London, England.

NORTHERN SUPERCHARGERS

England Test player: Ben Stokes

Local icons: Adil Rashid (Yorkshire, £100k), David Willey (Yorkshire, 75k)

Overseas players: Aaron Finch (Australia, £125k), Mujeeb Ur Rahman (Afghanistan, £125k), Chris Lynn (Australia, £100k)

Rest of squad: Adam Lyth (Yorkshire, £75k) Richard Gleeson (Lancashire, £60k), Ben Foakes (Surrey, £60k), Tom Kohler-Cadmore (Yorkshire, £50k), David Wiese (Sussex, £50k), Nathan Rimmington (Durham, £40k), Brydon Carse (Durham, £40k), Ed Barnard (Worcestershire, £30k), John Simpson (Middlesex, £30k)

Ben Stokes of England during day four of the 5th Specsavers Ashes Test between England and Australia at The Kia Oval on September 15, 2019 in London, England. © Getty Images Ben Stokes of England during day four of the 5th Specsavers Ashes Test between England and Australia at The Kia Oval on September 15, 2019 in London, England.

OVAL INVINCIBLES

England Test player: Sam Curran

Local icons: Jason Roy (Surrey, £125k), Tom Curran (Surrey, £75k)

Overseas players: Sunil Narine (West Indies, £125k), Sandeep Lamichhane (Nepal, £100k), Fabian Allen (West Indies, £50k)

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There were promising early signs for Oakland, as rookie running back Josh Jacobs - who finished the game with 124 rushing yards - broke free for 42 yards on just the third play of the game, leading to a Daniel Carlson field goal. The Hundred Draft : Who went where ?

And who will be Mr Irrelevant? The Hundred Draft will be live on Sky Sports Cricket, Main Event & Sky One from 7pm on Sunday. Aaron Rodgers was a surprisingly late pick in the 2005 Draft but has gone on to have a stellar NFL The Hundred Draft - Live will be shown on Sky Sports Cricket, Main

Rest of squad: Sam Billings (Kent, £100k), Rilee Rossouw (Hampshire, £75k), Reece Topley (unattached, £60k), Hardus Viljoen (Kent, £60k), Alex Blake (Kent, £50k), Chris Wood (Hampshire, £40k), Will Jacks (Surrey, £40k), Nathan Sowter (Middlesex, £30k), Laurie Evans (Sussex, £30k)

Sam Curran of England celebrates the wicket of Pat Cummins of Australia during Day Two of the 5th Specsavers Ashes Test between England and Australia at The Kia Oval on September 13, 2019 in London, England. © Getty Images Sam Curran of England celebrates the wicket of Pat Cummins of Australia during Day Two of the 5th Specsavers Ashes Test between England and Australia at The Kia Oval on September 13, 2019 in London, England.

SOUTHERN BRAVE

England Test player: Jofra Archer

Local icons: James Vince (Hampshire, £100k), Chris Jordan (Sussex, £75k)

Overseas players: Andre Russell (West Indies, £125k), David Warner (Australia, £125k), Shadab Khan (Pakistan, £75k)

Rest of squad: Liam Dawson (Hampshire, £100k), Tymal Mills (Sussex, £60k), Ross Whiteley (Worcestershire, £60k), Delray Rawlins (Sussex, £50k), Ollie Pope (Surrey, £50k), George Garton (Sussex, 40k), Alex Davies (Lancashire, £40k), Max Waller (Somerset, £30k), Craig Overton (Somerset, £30k)

Jofra Archer of England during day four of the 5th Specsavers Ashes Test between England and Australia at The Kia Oval on September 15, 2019 in London, England. © Getty Images Jofra Archer of England during day four of the 5th Specsavers Ashes Test between England and Australia at The Kia Oval on September 15, 2019 in London, England.

TRENT ROCKETS

England Test player: Joe Root

Local icons: Alex Hales (Nottinghamshire, £100k), Harry Gurney (Nottinghamshire, £75k)

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And who will be Mr Irrelevant? The Hundred Draft will be live on Sky Sports Cricket, Main Event & Sky One from 7pm on Sunday. Aaron Rodgers was a surprisingly late pick in the 2005 Draft but has gone on to have a stellar NFL The Hundred Draft - Live will be shown on Sky Sports Cricket, Main

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Overseas players: Rashid Khan (Afghanistan, £125k), D'Arcy Short (Australia, £125k), Nathan Coulter-Nile (Australia, £75k)

Rest of squad: Lewis Gregory, Somerset (£100k), Steven Mullaney (Nottinghamshire, £60k), Matthew Carter (Nottinghamshire, £60k), Luke Wood (Nottinghamshire, £50k), Tom Moores (Nottinghamshire, £50k), Dawid Malan (Middlesex, 40k), Ben Cox (Worcestershire, £40k), Luke Fletcher (Nottinghamshire, £30k), Luke Wright (Sussex, £30k)

England captain Joe Root applauds the fans as he leaves the pitch after England's victory during day four of the 5th Specsavers Ashes Test between England and Australia at The Kia Oval on September 15, 2019 in London, England. © Getty Images England captain Joe Root applauds the fans as he leaves the pitch after England's victory during day four of the 5th Specsavers Ashes Test between England and Australia at The Kia Oval on September 15, 2019 in London, England.

WELSH FIRE

England Test player: Jonny Bairstow

Local icons: Tom Banton (Somerset, £100k), Colin Ingram (Glamorgan, £100k)

Overseas players: Steve Smith (Australia, £125k), Mitchell Starc (Australia, £125k), Qais Ahmad (Afghanistan, £60k)

Rest of squad: Ravi Rampaul (Derbyshire, £75k), Ben Duckett (Nottinghamshire, £75k), Simon Harmer (Essex, £60k), Liam Plunkett (Surrey, £50k), Ryan ten Doeschate (Essex, £50k), David Payne (Gloucestershire, £40k), Ryan Higgins (Gloucestershire, £40k), Danny Briggs (Sussex, £30k), Leus du Plooy (Derbyshire, £30k)

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