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    Caribbean Premier League (2014)

    Caribbean Premier League 2014



    CPL2014 PROMO VIDEO


    2014 DRAFT - 3rd April 2014
    http://cplt20.com/draft
    https://www.facebook.com/CarnivalT20
    https://twitter.com/CPL_T20

    Player Acquisition for 2014 CPL Franchises

    Draft Process

    The draft shall be conducted over 13 rounds.
    Over 200 players will enter the draft.
    Each Franchise shall have a maximum cap of USD 350,000 for the draft (total salary cap minus the WIFP and IFP).
    Each round will correspond to a Salary Slab. Teams that have retained players at a particular Salary Slab will forgo their pick for that Draft round.
    Franchises must pick a player in each round for which they are eligible
    Franchises will have three (3) minutes to make each pick
    Team Structure

    Each Franchise team will have a squad of 19 players, each squad will comprise of 2 pre selected players - one West Indies Franchise player (WIFP) and one International Franchise player (to be selected by the Franchise) (IFP). Each Franchise must have one WIFP and one IFP in their squad of 19 players. Each team will also have 4 local U-19 players as part of the squad, which will be pre-selected by the local territorial boards. The local under-19 players must be members of and registered to the local cricket board for the home territory or country of the Franchise.

    All other players will be entered into the Draft and will be selected based on the salaries shown below, during the individual Draft rounds.

    Draft Round or Pick Number Salary
    (Salary Slab) (Base Price)

    1. USD 80,000
    2. USD 70,000
    3. USD 50,000
    4. USD 40,000
    5. USD 30,000
    6. USD 20,000
    7. USD 15,000
    8. USD 10,000
    9. USD 10,000
    10. USD 5,000
    11. USD 5,000
    12. USD 5,000
    13. USD 5,000

    14-17: 4 x$1,250 West Indian under 19 players (who do not form part of the Draft)
    At least 6 of the players drafted (excluding the WIFP and 4 local under 19 players) must be registered to the local cricket board for the home territory or country of the Franchise, and be nationals of that country.
    In addition to the IFP, franchises may acquire an additional 3 international players as part of their squad, but do not have to.
    There is therefore no minimum requirement on the number of international players save and except the one IFP.
    At least 2 of the players in a Franchise's squad having a salary of between $40,000 to $80,000 must be players who hold a West Indian passport or residency.
    The 4 U-19 players must be registered to the local cricket board of the home territory or country of the Franchise, but do not have to have played for the West Indies U-19 team.
    For the purpose of the draft, the West Indies means the territories over which the West Indies Cricket Board exercises jurisdiction, as recognized by the ICC from time to time being Barbados, Guyana, Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago, Anguilla, Antigua & Barbuda, the British Virgin Islands, Montserrat, Nevis, St. Kitts, St. Maarten, the US Virgin Islands, Dominica, Grenada, Saint Lucia, and St. Vincent & the Grenadines.
    Players

    West Indies

    Alston Bobb, Dalton Polius, Donwell Hector, Keddy Lesporis, Lindon James, Mervin Matthew, Sunil Ambris, Tyrone Theophile, Alcindo Holder, Ashley Nurse, Carlos Brathwaite, Dwayne Smith, Fidel Edwards, Jason Holder, Javon Searles, Jonathan Carter, Kenroy Williams, Kevin Mcclean, Kevin Stoute, Kirk Edwards, Kraigg Brathwaite, Kyle Corbin, Kyle Mayers, Raymon Reifer, Ryan Austin, Ryan Hinds, Shai Hope, Shane Dowrich, Sulieman Benn, Tino Best, Miguel Cummins, Assad Fudadin, Christopher Barnwell, Devendra Bishoo, Keon Joseph, Leon Johnson, Narsingh Deonarine, Paul Wintz, Robin Bacchus, Ronsford Beaton, Royston Crandon, Shiv Chanderpaul, Steven Jacobs, Trevon Griffith, Veerasammy Permaul, Akeem Dewar, Andre Mccarty, Andre Russell, Andrew Richardson, Carlton Baugh, Chadwick Walton, Danza Hyatt, David Bernard Jnr, Horace Miller, Jamie Merchant, Jermaine Blackwood, Jerome Taylor, John Campbell, Jon-Ross Campbell, Kennar Lewis, Krishmar Santokie, Nikita Miller, Nkrumah Bonner, Odean Brown, Sheldon Cotterell, Tamar Lambert, Anthony Martin, Devon Thomas, Gavin Tonge, Hayden Walsh, Jacques Taylor, Jahmar Hamilton, Justin Athanaze, Kieran Powell, Lionel Baker, Montcin Hodge, Orlando Peters, Rahkeem Cornwall, Steve Liburd, Sylvester Joseph, Tonito Willett, Wilden Cornwall, Adrian Barath, Darren Bravo, Evin Lewis, Imran Khan, Justin Guillen, Kevon Cooper, Kristopher Ramsaran, Navin Stewart, Nicolas Pooran, Ravi Rampaul, Rayad Emrit, Samuel Badree, Shannon Gabriel, William Perkins, Yannick Cariah, Andre Fletcher, Delorn Johnson, Devon Smith, Garey Mathurin, Johnson Charles, Kavem Hodge, Kenroy Peters, Liam Sebastien, Nelon Pascal, Shane Shillingford

    Afghanistan

    Asghar Stanikzai, Dawlat Zadran, Karim Sadiq, Mohammad Nabi, Mohammad Shahzad, Samiullah Shinwari, Shapoor Zadran

    Australia

    Aaron O'Brien, Adam Voges, Aiden Blizzard, Andrew Mcdonald, Ben Dunk, Ben Laughlin, Ben Rohrer, Brad Hodge, Brad Hogg, Callum Ferguson, Cameron Gannon, Carl Sandri, Chris Lynn, David Hussey, Dirk Nannes, Fawad Ahmed, Joe Burns, John Hastings, Jonathan Wells, Luke Pomersbach, Mark Cosgrove, Michael Beer, Nathan Rimmington, Rob Quiney, Shaun Tait, Tim Ludeman, Tom Cooper, Travis Birt, Trent Lawford, Usman Khawaja, Xavier Doherty

    Bangladesh

    Abdur Razzak, Mohammad Mahmudullah, Shakib Al-Hasan, Sohag Gazi, Tamim Iqbal

    England

    Dimitri Mascarenhas, Owais Shah, Simon Jones

    Ireland

    Kevin O'Brien

    New Zealand

    Adam Milne, Colin Munro , Daniel Vettori, Doug Bracewell, Grant Elliott, Inderber Singh "Ish" Sodhi, James Franklin, Jesse Ryder, Jimmy Neesham, Kyle Mills, Mitchell Mcclenaghan, Nathan Mccullum, Roneel Hira

    Pakistan

    Abdul Razzaq, Abdur Rehman, Adnan Akmal, Ahmed Shehzad, Asad Shafiq, Fawad Alam, Hammad Azam, Haris Sohail, Imran Nazir, Junaid Khan, Kamran Akmal, Misbah Ul Haq, Mohammad Irfan, Mohammad Sami, Nasir Jamshed, Rana Naveed Ul Hassan, Saeed Ajmal, Shahid Afridi, Shahzaib Hassan, Sharjeel Khan, Shoaib Malik, Sohail Tanvir, Umar Akmal, Umar Amin, Umar Gul, Wahab Riaz, Zulfiqar Babar,Ehsan Adil


    South Africa

    Beuran Hendricks, Cameron Delport, Colin Ingram, Dane Vilas, Daryn Smit, Davey Jacobs, David Wiese, Dewald Pretorius, Henry Davids, Herschelle Gibbs, Jaun "Rusty" Theron, Justin Ontong, Lonwabo Tsotsobe, Richard Levi, Robbie Frylinck, Robin Peterson, Rory Kleinveldt, Simon Harmer, Vaughn Van Jaarsveld, Vernon Philander

    Sri Lanka

    Ajantha Mendis, Dilruwan Perera, Dilshan Munaweera, Farveez Maharoof, Jeevan Mendis, Sachithra Senanayake, Seekkuge Prassana, Thisara Perera, Tillakaratne Dilshan

    Zimbabwe

    Elton Chigumbura, Hamilton Masakadza, Prosper Utseya, Ray Price


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    KEVIN PIETERSEN ENTERS THE 2014 LIMACOL CARIBBEAN PREMIER LEAGUE DRAFT

    http://cplt20.com/news/kevin-pieters...r-league-draft
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    Have to say, I enjoyed the CPL last year.

    Timings really worked for those of us in the US which is a rare commodity.

    I also am a fan of this draft format over the auction that is typical in these leagues. Seems like a more fair way to allocate players. It was very well organized considering it was the first year and looking forward to year two.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gotham Cronie View Post
    Have to say, I enjoyed the CPL last year.

    Timings really worked for those of us in the US which is a rare commodity.

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    Agreed, same here- It used to be Ramadan last time around so perfect post-Aftar guilty pleasure- Also the format of picking is much more transparent and fair


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    Good to see Afghan players there. First BPL and now CPL.

    Some funny names from Pakistan.

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    Adnan Akmal
    Quite surprised to see likes of Haris and Adil there; hopefully they get selected for some franchise
    Nice to see Fawad there too; he might develop his T20 game playing in these leagues


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    Nice logo btw.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gotham Cronie View Post
    Have to say, I enjoyed the CPL last year.

    Timings really worked for those of us in the US which is a rare commodity.

    I also am a fan of this draft format over the auction that is typical in these leagues. Seems like a more fair way to allocate players. It was very well organized considering it was the first year and looking forward to year two.
    How does this draft work, and how is it different from others, let's say IPL?


    Pakistan Zindabad!

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    Last year we had Umar Akmal, Ahmad Shehzad, Misbah ul Haq and Mohammad Hafeez from Pakistan. Hope few others will join them this time since we don't have any cricket untill October.


    Team Pakistan

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    All these guys will be available for the auctions? Cool.


    Just because my team doesn't win doesn't mean they aren't the best in the world.

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    Caribbean Premier League (2014)

    Wen does it start


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    'If you cant support us when we lose or draw then dont support us when we win"
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    awesome, gonna be fun to watch


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    Quote Originally Posted by anakwalajinn View Post
    How does this draft work, and how is it different from others, let's say IPL?
    Say there is a list of players available, one by one team will get chance to pick a player. There is no auction like in ipl !

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    Re: Caribbean Premier League (2014)

    Quote Originally Posted by w8in_4_0402 View Post
    Wen does it start


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    July. Can't remember date off hand.

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    Also the website says u can view the draft live. Hopefully it works.
    http://cplt20.com

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    Caribbean Premier League (2014)

    Good to see Ehsan Adil in it. And lol @ Adnan Akmal

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    Shahzad is going to get a really good contract this time.

    Time for Akmal Malik and Hafeez to perform against Windies in hope of a fat contract, caymon boys!


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    Raza Hasan should have also been there


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    Adnan Akmal LOL

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    Ah my favorite T20 league is back. In the US, you come home from work and the matches conveniently start at 7 PM on ESPN 3. Just love it!

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    This is a great motivation for Pakistani players to make their case against the West Indies tomorrow. Whoever performs well will catch all eyes of the CPL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikbal View Post
    Good to see Afghan players there. First BPL and now CPL.

    Some funny names from Pakistan.
    Quote Originally Posted by Ahson Afzal View Post
    Adnan Akmal
    Quite surprised to see likes of Haris and Adil there; hopefully they get selected for some franchise
    Nice to see Fawad there too; he might develop his T20 game playing in these leagues
    Quote Originally Posted by zabalestmsm View Post
    Good to see Ehsan Adil in it. And lol @ Adnan Akmal
    Quote Originally Posted by hadi123 View Post
    Adnan Akmal LOL
    All this list means is that these players have made themselves available for the draft. Not that they will be drafted and in the league. :adnan


    Quote Originally Posted by anakwalajinn View Post
    How does this draft work, and how is it different from others, let's say IPL?
    You essentially take turns picking players. It's not based off who can pay the most money for a player.

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    If Adnan thinks he will be selected he is delusional :adnan
    I think is T20 average is < 10


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    the whole pakistan team is on the draft


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    Quote Originally Posted by Silly Point View Post
    Ah my favorite T20 league is back. In the US, you come home from work and the matches conveniently start at 7 PM on ESPN 3. Just love it!
    Amen brother!

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    GLOBAL STARS INCLUDING AFRIDI, SANGAKKARA AND VETTORI JOIN PIETERSEN IN CPL DRAFT
     
    - Jayawardene, Philander and Umar Gul also enter Draft for the Biggest Party in Sport; Murali, Ajmal, Anderson, Taylor, Hodge and Malik confirmed as International Franchise Players

    http://cplt20.com/news/global-stars-...rsen-cpl-draft



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    Quote Originally Posted by Warrior868 View Post
    GLOBAL STARS INCLUDING AFRIDI, SANGAKKARA AND VETTORI JOIN PIETERSEN IN CPL DRAFT
    *
    - Jayawardene, Philander and Umar Gul also enter Draft for the Biggest Party in Sport; Murali, Ajmal, Anderson, Taylor, Hodge and Malik confirmed as International Franchise Players

    http://cplt20.com/news/global-stars-...rsen-cpl-draft



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    Malik? Why does he have to be everywhere?

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    Has Sarwan retired? Wouldn't want Ajmal near him after that sleeve comment.

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    Shahid Afridi, Pakistan all-rounder, said:
    “I’ve heard great things from everybody who took part in CPL last year so I jumped at the opportunity to enter the Draft. The Caribbean has always been home to some of the biggest hitters in the world, so I think I’d fit in well!”


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    Pietersen, Afridi in CPL draft


    Chris Gayle's Jamaica Tallawahs were last year's CPL champions

    Kevin Pietersen, Shahid Afridi, Mahela Jayawardene and Daniel Vettori are among the big names set to be drafted into Carribean Premier League teams on Thursday, while the likes of Ross Taylor, Saeed Ajmal and Muttiah Muralitharan have already been assigned franchises. The tournament will feature the six teams that participated last year, and will be played over July and August.

    The cancellation of this year's Sri Lanka Premier League has made a greater pool of players available, though Sri Lanka's Test cricketers will still be occupied by the home series against South Africa until July 28. India's tour of England will also be ongoing, though players like Dimitri Mascaranhas and Owais Shah, who are unlikely to play a part on that tour, will be available in the draft.

    Players picked in the first round of the draft will receive contracts worth $80,000, with payments decreasing incrementally to $5,000 by the 13th round. Each franchise must end with a squad of 19 players, six of whom must be registered to the local cricket board for the home territory or country of the franchise. Two cricketers - one West Indies player and one international - must be pre-selected by each franchise, and the salary cap is $350,000 per team.

    In all, the draft will contain 32 players from Australia, 26 from Pakistan, 23 from South Africa, 13 from New Zealand and 11 from Sri Lanka. Bangladesh's Shakib Al Hasan and Tamim Iqbal will also be up for grabs, as will Zimbabwe's Ray Price, Ireland's Kevin O' Brien and Netherlands' Tom Cooper.

    Last year's inaugural CPL had proved popular with fans and players, with the tournament also garnering significant corporate attention.
    http://www.espncricinfo.com/westindi...ry/733459.html
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    Pietersen is planning to commute to the Caribbean for games while also playing every Friday for Surrey in the domestic T20 competition... good luck with that Kevin!

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    Australia

    Aaron O'Brien, Adam Voges, Aiden Blizzard, Andrew Mcdonald, Ben Dunk, Ben Laughlin, Ben Rohrer, Brad Hodge, Brad Hogg, Callum Ferguson, Cameron Gannon, Carl Sandri, Chris Lynn, David Hussey, Dirk Nannes, Fawad Ahmed, Joe Burns, John Hastings, Jonathan Wells, Luke Pomersbach, Mark Cosgrove, Michael Beer, Nathan Rimmington, Rob Quiney, Shaun Tait, Tim Ludeman, Tom Cooper, Travis Birt, Trent Lawford, Usman Khawaja, Xavier Doherty
    A fair bit of trash here.


    Quote Originally Posted by Saqs on Steve Smith
    And who taught him to bat? Chris Martin? Is he the Australian equivalent of ....wait, I'm struggling to think of another useless player of his calibre.

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    CPL - "We can’t wait for the action to begin, and neither can the players. Here’s Shoaib Malik, Denesh Ramdin and Sunil Narine joining in a game of beach cricket with some local kids here in #PureGrenada"


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    Quote Originally Posted by Warrior868 View Post
    Shahid Afridi, Pakistan all-rounder, said:
    “I’ve heard great things from everybody who took part in CPL last year so I jumped at the opportunity to enter the Draft. The Caribbean has always been home to some of the biggest hitters in the world, so I think I’d fit in well!”


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    Lol poor Afridi. What do you have to say about CPL now, lala?


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