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  1. #1
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    The Caribbean Premier League 2019 Thread (Draft on 22nd May)

    The Hero Caribbean Premier League’s player’s draft will take place on Wednesday 22 May 2019 at the Gfinity eSports Arena in London. The state-of-the-art production facility will allow CPL fans from around the globe to follow the action which will be hosted by a world-class panel of pundits.

    Full details of where the draft will be broadcast will be confirmed nearer the date of the event.

    Each of the teams will have the option to retain a maximum of six players. The players that they can potentially retain is as follows, although there is no obligation to retain any players from the 2018 squads.

    Three (3) West Indian players
    One (1) Overseas player
    The team’s Marquee Player from 2018
    The team’s ICC Americas Player from 2018

    As well as the maximum of six retentions teams are also allowed one “Right to Match” option in rounds 7-17. This means that if a team selects a player who is a national from another team’s franchise territory that team can match the offer and draft the player ahead of the team who selected them originally.

    The Marquee Players may be signed before the draft and will sit in the second spot on the draft list. In the past, players who were selected in this spot included the likes of Chris Lynn, Kieron Pollard, Shoaib Malik, Evin Lewis, AB de Villiers and Steve Smith.

    Each team can draft a maximum of five overseas players but only four of these players will be allowed in each starting XI. The ICC Americas player does not count in this overseas category.

    Speaking about the upcoming draft, Michael Hall, the CPL’s Tournament Operations Director said: “This year’s player draft promises to be even better than previous editions. We made the decision to stage the draft 2 months later than usual to ensure that all of our franchises have a clearer picture about the international commitments of the overseas players they may be eyeing up. We want to make sure that we provide teams and the fans with the best possible playing talent.”


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    I expect AbD to play this league as well

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    The Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) and Cricket West Indies (CWI) have agreed to move the tournament window for the 2019 tournament to avoid a clash with the West Indies’ Test, ODI and T20 International series against India. These international matches have been moved back at the request of the Board of Cricket Control in India (BCCI) which meant that the West Indies international players would otherwise no longer be available for the tournament.

    Hero CPL will now take place from 4 September to 12 October. The full schedule of matches will be released in due course with matches already confirmed for Barbados, Jamaica, St Kitts & Nevis, St Lucia and Trinidad & Tobago.

    Moving the tournament gives the best possible chance for all players to take part in the Caribbean Premier League and the series against India. Both Cricket West Indies and Hero CPL are firmly committed to making sure that players can take full part in both the CPL and international cricket and have been working very closely together to find this solution.

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    The Jamaica Tallawahs have signed Chris Gayle as their Marquee Player for the 2019 Hero Caribbean Premier League season. The leading T20 batsman of all time, Gayle is the only player with more that 10,000 runs in the format. He is the leading CPL run scorer with 2111 runs and has scored three CPL hundreds, all of those for the Tallawahs.

    Gayle was with the Tallawahs from 2013 to 2016, winning the title with them twice in that time. Since then he has been with the St Kitts & Nevis Patriots where he has captained them to the playoffs in successive years, making the final in 2017.

    The Tallawahs will be playing five home games in Jamaica during the 2019 season giving the fans at Sabina Park the chance to see Gayle in action on his home ground. This year’s Hero CPL will take place between 4 September to 12 October.

    The rest of the Tallawahs squad will be decided at the Hero CPL Players Draft which takes place on 22 May.

    Jefferson Miller, COO of the Jamaica Tallawahs, said: “We are delighted to have Chris playing for his home team for the 2019 season. There is no bigger name in Twenty20 cricket, and we can’t wait for him to arrive and make the Jamaican fans proud. We are looking forward to Chris being a big part of our push for a third CPL title.”


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    Trinbago Knight Riders announced today that they have signed Kieron Pollard as their Marquee Player for the 2019 Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) which will be played from 4 September 4 to 12 October 2019. The Trinidadian all-rounder, who played for the Barbados Tridents from 2013 to 2017 and for St Lucia Stars in 2018, will be playing for his home franchise for the first time in his Hero CPL career in 2019.

    Making the announcement, Venky Mysore, Director of TKR said, “We are delighted to welcome Pollard back home and its great to continue our efforts to bring as many Trini boys home as possible. I can’t wait for the reaction of the fans when Pollard takes the field at our opening game on 4 September.”

    Pollard will be hoping to help TKR add to the three championships they have won in the last four tournaments in 2015, 2017 & 2018. Pollard has played in 474 T20 matches so brings a vast amount of experience to the Knight Riders squad, from CPL and from tournaments around the world.

    The rest of the Trinbago Knight Riders squad will be decided at the Hero CPL Players Draft, which takes place on 22 May 2019.


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    POORAN TO PLAY FOR GUYANA AMAZON WARRIORS

    Nicholas Pooran has been signed by the Guyana Amazon Warriors as their Marquee Player for the 2019 Hero Caribbean Premier League which will take place from 4 September to 12 October. The Trinidadian wicket-keeper batsman played for the Barbados Tridents last year but in a big move for him and the franchise he will be playing for the Guyanese team in 2019.

    Pooran has played 11 T20 Internationals for the West Indies and has become a fixture in T20 tournaments around the world. He is also a member of the West Indies squad for the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup. This will be the third CPL team that Pooran has represented having started his career with the Trinbago Knight Riders before moving to the Tridents.

    The rest of the Amazon Warriors squad will be decided at the Hero CPL Player Draft which takes place on 22 May 2019.

    Omar Khan, Team Operations Manager, for the Amazon Warriors, said: “Nicholas is amongst the very best T20 batting talents in the world and we wanted to bring him into our team as we push to go one better than last year where we finished as runners-up. He is explosive and exciting, and we are very pleased to be able to have such an impressive young talent representing the Guyana Amazon Warriors this year.”


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    RECORD NUMBER OF PLAYERS ENTER CPL 2019 DRAFT

    The final list of players who have made themselves available for the 2019 Hero Caribbean Premier League has been sent to teams ahead of the draft which will take place in London on 22 May 2019.

    The number of players that have put their names forward for the draft has increased yet again in 2019, as has the number of countries from which the overseas players are from. A record 536 players from 20 overseas countries and the West Indies are available to be picked by the six Hero CPL teams. Included in the list are some of the best T20 players in the world with the likes of Alex Hales, Rashid Khan, Shakib al Hasan, Jofra Archer and JP Duminy putting their names forward along with Caribbean stars such as Andre Russell, Sunil Narine, Shimron Hetmyer and Shai Hope.

    Prior to the draft, each franchise will have the option to retain and/or acquire a maximum of six players, although there is no obligation to do so. The players they can potentially retain are as follows:

    Minimum of three (3) West Indian players, a maximum of four (4)
    Maximum of one (1) overseas player, reduced to none if four (4) West Indians retained
    A Marquee Player whether retained or acquired
    An ICC Americas Player, whether retained or acquired

    All retentions will be announced during the live broadcast of the player draft which will be broadcast on the Hero CPL social media channels from 2pm GMT on 22 May.

    Speaking about the player response to this year’s draft, Michael Hall, Hero CPL Tournament Operations Director, said: “The fact that so many players have registered for our draft is a testament to the stature of our league. Playing cricket in the Caribbean is something that all players look forward to, and the CPL combines that allure with a high standard of cricket. We expect that this year’s tournament will be no different.”


    AFGHANISTAN

    AHMAD, Qais
    ALAM, Aftab
    FAZALHAQ, Farooqi
    GHANI, Usman
    GURBAZ, Rahmanullah
    HAMZA, Amir
    JANAT, Karim
    KAMAL, Shahidullah
    KHAN, Rashid
    KHAN, Zahir
    KHAWARI, Fitratullah
    KHIL, Ikram Ali
    MASOOD, Nijat
    NABI, Mohammad
    NAIB, Gulbadin
    OMARZAI, Azmatullah
    RASOOLI, Darwish
    SAFI, Farmanullah
    SALMAKHEIL, Mohammed Waqar
    SHAFAQ, Shafiqullah
    SHAHIDI, Hashmatullah
    SHAHZAD, Mohammad
    SHAIMAN, Anwar
    SHARAFUDDIN, Ashraf
    SHINWARI, Samiullah
    SHIRZAD, Sayed
    STANIKZAI, Mohammed Asghar
    ur RAHMAN, Mujeeb
    WASI, Abdul
    ZADRAN, Dawlat
    ZADRAN, Ghamai
    ZADRAN, Najibullah
    ZADRAN, Noor Ali
    ZADRAN, Shahpur
    ZAZAI, Hazratullah


    AUSTRALIA

    AHMED, Fawad
    AVENDANO, Justin
    BOYCE, Cameron
    COOK, Jonathan
    COOPER, Tom
    CUTTING, Ben
    DUNK, Ben
    GREEN, Chris
    KLINGER, Michael
    LALOR, Joshua
    LAUGHLIN, Ben
    LENTON, Jay
    NAQVI, Antum
    QURESHI, Bilal
    RIMMINGTON, Nathan
    SUMMERS, Aaron
    THORNTON, Henry
    WELLS, Jon


    BANGLADESH


    AHMED, Taskin
    AL HASAN, Shakib
    BIJOY, Anamul Haque
    DAS, Liton
    HASAN, Zakir
    HAQUE, Ariful
    HOSSAIN, Afif
    HOSSAIN, Jubair
    IQBAL, Tamim
    KAYES, Imrul
    MIRAZ, Mehidy Hasan
    MITHUN, Mohammad
    RAHAMAN, Shabbir
    RAHIM, Mushfiqur
    RAJU, Abul Hassan
    RIYAD, Mohammed Mahmudullah
    RONY, Abu Hider
    SAIFUDDIN, Mohammad
    UDDIN, Md Shaif

    BERMUDA

    LEVEROCK, Kamau

    CANADA

    CHEEMA, Rizwan
    DUTTA, Nikhil
    GORDON, Jeremy
    JACOBS, Davy
    JAMKHANDI, Faisal
    KHAN, Abraash
    PATHAN, Rayyan
    SIDDIQUI, Junaid
    TARIQ, Hamza
    THOMAS, Rodrigo
    WIJEYERATNE, Srimantha
    ZAFAR, Saad

    ENGLAND

    ARCHER, Jofra
    BELL-DRUMMOND, Daniel
    BILLINGS, Sam
    BOPARA, Ravi
    BROWN, Pat
    CHOPRA, Varun
    COBB, Joshua
    COCKBAIN, Ian
    COX, Ben
    DAWSON, Liam
    DICKSON, Sean
    D'OLIVEIRA, Brett
    EVANS, Laurie
    GURNEY, Harry
    HAIN, Sam
    HALES, Alex
    HANKINS, George
    HIGGINS, Ryan
    HOWELL, Benny
    JORDAN, Chris
    KOHLER-CADMORE, Tom
    LEACH, Joe
    LIDDLE, Chris
    LYTH, Adam
    MESCHEDE, Craig
    MILLS, Tymal
    MITCHELL, Daryl
    MULLANEY, Steven
    MUSTARD, Phil
    THOMASON, Aaron
    TOPLEY, Reece
    RAFIQ, Azeem
    ROBINSON, Ollie
    SALT, Phil
    WALLER, Max
    WESSELS, Mattheus
    WHITELY, Ross
    WILLEY, David
    WOOD, Chris
    WRIGHT, Luke
    ZAIDI, Syed


    HONG KONG

    HAYAT, Babar
    KAPUR, Raag
    KHAN, Nizakat
    NAWAZ, Ehsan
    RATH, Anshuman

    INDIA

    PATHAN, Irfan


    IRELAND

    DOCKRELL, George
    McCARTHY, Barry
    O'BRIEN, Kevin
    RANKIN, Boyd


    KENYA

    KARIM, Irfan Ali
    SINGH, Gagandeep


    NEPAL

    AIREE, Dipendra Singh
    KAMI, Sompal
    LAMICHHANE, Sandeep
    PAUDEL, ROHIT


    NEW ZEALAND

    ANDERSON, Corey
    BRACEWELL, Doug
    CONWAY, Harry
    de GRANDHOMME, Colin
    DEVCICH, Anton
    GUPTIL, Martin
    HENRY, Matthew
    KUGGELEIJN, Scott
    McCLENEGHAN, Mitch
    MILNE, Adam
    MITCHELL, Daryl
    MUNRO, Colin
    NEESHAM, James
    PATEL, Navin Arun
    PHILLIPS, Glenn
    RONCHI, Luke
    RUTHERFORD, Hamish
    SANTNER, Mitchell
    SEIFERT, Timothy
    SODI, Ish
    TAYLOR, Ross
    WAGNER, Neil
    WORKER, George

    OMAN

    MEHMOOD, Sufyan

    PAKISTAN

    AFRIDI, Shaheen Shah
    AHMED, Iftikhar
    AHSAN, Jamil Mirza
    AKHTAR, Sohail
    AKMAL, Kamran
    AKMAL, Umar
    ALAM, Fawad
    ALI, Abid
    ALI, Ahsan
    ALI, Asif
    ALI, Azhar
    ALI, Hassan
    ALI. Muhammad Salman
    ALI, Rahat
    ALI, Syeed Saad
    AMIR, Muhammad
    ASHRAF, Faheem
    ASIF, Bilal
    ASIF, Umaid
    AZAM, Hammad
    BADAR, Saif
    BUTT. Amad
    DAR, Raza Ali
    DURRANI, Muhammad Asghar
    FARHAN, Sahibzada
    GUL, Sameem
    GUL, Umar
    HAFEEZ, Mohammed
    HASNAIN, Muhammad
    HASSAN, Raza
    HAMZA, Mir
    IRFAN, Muhammad (LAF)
    IRFAN, Muhammad
    IRFAN, Muhammad (Jnr)
    IRSHAD, Salman
    KHAN, Ghulam
    KHAN, Hassan
    KHAN, Imran Jnr
    KHAN, Junaid
    KHAN, Maaz
    KHAN, Muhammad Imran
    KHAN, Muhammad Musa
    KHAN, Shadab
    KHAN, Shahzaib Ahmed
    KHAN, Sohail
    KHAN, Umar Siddique
    KHAN, Umer
    KHAN, Usman
    MALIK, Adeel
    MALIK, Shoaib
    MANZOOR, Khurram
    MAQSOOD, Sohaib
    MIR, Usama
    MUDASSAR, Ghulam
    NASEEM, Saad
    NAVEED, Muhammad
    NAWAZ, Muhammad
    NAZIR, Imran
    QADIR, Usman
    RAEES, Rumman
    RAJA, Rameez
    RIAZ, Wahab
    RIZWAN, Hussain
    RIZWAN, Muhammad
    SAMI, Muhammad
    SHAFIQ, Asad
    SHAFQAT, Suleman
    SHAH, Khushdil
    SHAH, Naseem
    SHAH, Yasir
    SHAHZAD, Ahmad
    SHAIKH, Ibtesam
    SHAKEEL, Saud
    SOHAIL, Haris
    TALAT, Hussain
    TANVEER, Sohail
    ul HAQ, Imam
    ul HAQ, Misbah
    WASIM, Imad
    YAMIN, Amir
    ZAFAR, Gohar
    ZAMAN, Fakhar
    ZEESHAN, Malik


    SCOTLAND

    MaCLEOD, Callum
    MUNSEY, George
    SHARIF, Safyaan


    SOUTH AFRICA

    BEHARDIEN, Faarhan
    BIRCH, Andrew
    BOSCH, Corbin
    BURGER, Nandre
    CELE, Okuhle
    CLOETE, Gihahn
    DALA, Junior
    de LANGE, Marchant
    DELPORT, Cameron
    DUMINY, J P
    DUPAVILLON, Daryn
    FORTUIN, Bjorn
    FRYLINCK, Robbie
    HARMER, Simon
    HAWKIN, Eldred
    HENDRICKS, Beuran
    HENDRICKS, Reeza
    JAMISON, Sean
    JONCKER, Christiaan
    KABER, Thomas
    KLAASEN, Heinrich
    KLEINVELDT, Rory
    KUHN, Heino
    LEIE, Eddie
    MAHARAJ, Keshav
    MALAN, Johannes
    NORTJE, Anrich
    PATERSON, Dane
    PHEHLUKWAYO, Andile
    PONGOLO, Zanzima
    PRETORIUS, Migael
    RICKELTON, Ryan
    RUSSOUW, Rilee
    SHAMZI, Tabraiz
    SHEZI. Mthokozisi
    SMITH, Jason
    SMUTS, Jon Jon
    STEYN, Dale
    TAHIR, Imran
    van BILJON, Petrus
    van der DUSSEN, Rassie
    van SCHALKWYK, Shadley
    van WYCK, Morne
    VILAS, Dane
    WIESE, David
    VILJOEN, Hardus
    ZONDO, Khaya
    ZUMA, Lwandiswa


    SRI LANKA

    CHAMEERA, Dushmantha
    CHANDIMAL, Dinesh
    DANANJAYA, Akila
    DE SILVA, Thikshila
    DICKWELLA, Niroshan
    FERNANDO, Oshada
    FERNANDO, Vishwa
    GUNARATNE, Asela
    HASARANGA, Wanindu
    JAYASURIYA, Prabath
    KARUNARATNE, Chamika
    KOTHITHIGODA, Kevin
    KULASEKERA, Nuwan
    LAKMAL, Suranga
    MALINGA, Lasith
    MENDIS, Jeevan
    MUNAWEERA, Dilshan
    PERERA, Angelo
    PERERA, Priyamal
    PERERA, Thisara
    PRADEEP, Nuwan
    PRASSANA, Seekkugee
    RAMBUKELLA, Ramith
    SAMARAWICKRAMA, Sadeera
    SANDAKEN, Lakshan
    SENANAYEKE, Sachi
    SHANAKA, Dasun
    SIRIWARDANA, Milinda
    THARANGA, Upul
    THEEKSHANA, Maheesh
    THIRIMANNE, Lahiru
    UDANA, Isuru
    UDAWATTA, Mahela
    WEERAKKODY, Sandan


    UAE

    KHAN, Zahoor
    MUSTUFA, Rohan


    USA

    JONES,Aaron
    KENJIGE, Nosthush
    KHALEEL, Ibrahim
    KHAN, Ali
    MALHOTRA, Jaskaran
    PATEL, Nisard
    PATEL, Sagar
    PHILLIP, Kyle
    QURESHI, Shawm
    SILVA, Roy
    SOHAL, Sunny
    WALSH, Hayden


    ZIMBABWE

    BURL, Ryan
    CREMER, Graeme
    ERVINE, Craig
    JARVIS, Kyle
    KAMUNHUKAMWE, Tinashe
    MAVUTO, Brandon
    MIRE, Solomon
    RAZA, Sikander
    TAYLOR, Brendan
    TIRIPANO, Donald


    WEST INDIES

    ADAMS, Antony
    ALLEN, Fabian
    ALLEN, Richard
    ARCHIBALD, Colin
    ATHANAZE, Justin
    BAKER, Deno
    BARNWELL, Christopher
    BARRINGTON, Shemroy
    BEATON, Ronsford
    BELCON, Mario
    BERRIDGE, Sheno
    BISHOO, Devendra
    BISHOP, Joshua
    BLACKWOOD, Jermaine
    BOLAN, Nelson
    BOOTAN, Jesse
    BRAMBLE, Anthony
    BRATHWAITE, Carlos
    BRAVO, Darren
    BRAVO, Dwayne
    BROOKS, Shamarh
    BROWN, Shaquille
    BULLI, Dennis
    CAMPBELL, John
    CARIAH, Yannic
    CARMICHAEL, Kellon
    CARTER, David
    CARTER, Jonathan
    CHANDRIKA, Rajendra
    CHARLES, Bryan
    CHARLES. Johnson
    CHASE, Roston
    CHRISTIAN, Derwin
    CLARKE, Shakeem
    COOPER, Kevon
    CORBIN, Kyle
    CORNWALL, Rahkeem
    COTTRELL, Sheldon
    COTTOY, Keron
    CUMMINS, Miguel
    DA SILVA, Joshua
    DEYAL, Mark
    DOWRICH, Shane
    EDWARD, Larry
    EMILIEN, Pius
    EMRIT, Rayad
    EUGENE, Johnnel
    FLETCHER, Andre
    FOO, Jonathan
    FORDE, Rachad
    FRASER, Akim
    FUDADIN, Assad
    GABRIEL, Shannon
    GARVEY, Garth
    GLEN, Javelle
    GOODING, Brian
    GOOLIE, Jyd
    GORDON, Nicholson
    GREAVES, Justin
    GREEN, Derval
    GRIFFITH, Trevon
    HAMILTON, Jahmar
    HARDING, Keon
    HARRIS, Jemarie
    HEMRAJ, Chandrapaul
    HETMYER, Shimron
    HINDS, Terrance
    HODGE, Kavem
    HOLDER, Alcindo
    HOPE, Kyle
    HOPE, Shai
    HOSEIN, Akeal
    HOYTE, Jarion
    HYATT, Danza
    IMLACH, Tevyn
    JACOBS, Damion
    JACOBS, Steven
    JAGGESAR, Jonruss
    JAIPAUL, Ricky
    JOHNSON, Aaron
    JOHNSON, Raun
    JORDAN, Akeem
    JOSEPH, Alzarri
    JULIEN, Leonardo
    KALLICHARAN, Kirstan
    KANTASINGH, Kavesh
    KATWAROO, Steven
    KHAN, Imran
    KING, Brandon
    KIRTON, Nicholas
    LAMONT, Christopher
    LE BLANC, Moreland
    LEONARD, Yannick
    LEVERIDGE, Reynard
    LEVY, Jermaine
    LEWIS, Evin
    LEWIS, Kennar
    LEWIS, Shaaron
    LEWIS, Shermon
    LOUIS, Mikyle
    LUGG, Leroy
    MAYERS, Kyle
    McCARTHY, Andre
    McCASKIE, Zachary
    McCATTY, Odaine
    McCOY, Obed
    McGEACHY, Ricardo
    MILLER, Nikita
    MINDLEY, Marquino
    MOHAMMED, Idrees
    MOHAMMED, Jason
    MOSELEY, Shayne
    NANNAN, Raj
    NARINE, Sunil
    NICHOLSON, Ewart
    NURSE, Ashley
    OTTLEY, Kjorn
    OTTLEY, Yannick
    PARNELL, Shalome
    PAUL, Keemo
    PENNYFEATHER, Cameron
    PEREZ, Raymond
    PERKINS, William
    PERMAUL, Veerasammy
    PERSAUD, Akshaya
    PESTANO, Clinton
    PETERS, Orlando
    PIERRE, Khary
    POPE, Gidron
    POWELL, Christopher
    POWELL, Michail
    POWELL. Keiran
    POWELL, Rovman
    PRIMUS, Roshon
    RAJAH, Isaiah
    RAMDIN, Denesh
    RAMPAUL, Ravi
    RAMSARAN, Kristopher
    REIFER, Raymon
    RICHARDS, Marlon
    RUSSELL, Andre
    RUTHERFORD, Sherfane
    SAMMY, Daren
    SALMON, Peat
    SANKAR, Steven
    SANTOKIE, Krishmar
    SAVORY, Kemol
    SEARLES, Javon
    SENIOR, Raewin
    SHEPHERD, Romario
    SHIELDS, Ojay
    SIMMONS, Lendl
    SINGH, Gajanand
    SMITH, Devoy
    SMITH, Dwayne
    SOLOZANO, Jeremy
    SOOKDEOSINGH, Nicholas
    ST. CLAIR, Daniel
    STEWART, Emmanuel
    STEWART, Navin
    SWEEN, Dexter
    TAYLOR, Jerome
    TAYLOR, Steven
    THOMAS, Aldaine
    THOMAS, Devon
    THOMAS, Iraq
    THOMAS, Oshane
    THOMPSON, Kirk
    WALCOTT, Tevyn
    WALTON, Chadwick
    WARDE, Terance
    WARRICAN, Jomel
    WEBSTER, Tion
    WILLETT, Tonitto
    WILLIAMS, Kenroy
    WILLIAMS, Kesrick
    WILLIAMS, Tyrone
    YADRAM, Bhaskar
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  8. #8
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    The 83 Pakistani's

    PAKISTAN

    AFRIDI, Shaheen Shah
    AHMED, Iftikhar
    AHSAN, Jamil Mirza
    AKHTAR, Sohail
    AKMAL, Kamran
    AKMAL, Umar
    ALAM, Fawad
    ALI, Abid
    ALI, Ahsan
    ALI, Asif
    ALI, Azhar
    ALI, Hassan
    ALI. Muhammad Salman
    ALI, Rahat
    ALI, Syeed Saad
    AMIR, Muhammad
    ASHRAF, Faheem
    ASIF, Bilal
    ASIF, Umaid
    AZAM, Hammad
    BADAR, Saif
    BUTT. Amad
    DAR, Raza Ali
    DURRANI, Muhammad Asghar
    FARHAN, Sahibzada
    GUL, Sameem
    GUL, Umar
    HAFEEZ, Mohammed
    HASNAIN, Muhammad
    HASSAN, Raza
    HAMZA, Mir
    IRFAN, Muhammad (LAF)
    IRFAN, Muhammad
    IRFAN, Muhammad (Jnr)
    IRSHAD, Salman
    KHAN, Ghulam
    KHAN, Hassan
    KHAN, Imran Jnr
    KHAN, Junaid
    KHAN, Maaz
    KHAN, Muhammad Imran
    KHAN, Muhammad Musa
    KHAN, Shadab
    KHAN, Shahzaib Ahmed
    KHAN, Sohail
    KHAN, Umar Siddique
    KHAN, Umer
    KHAN, Usman
    MALIK, Adeel
    MALIK, Shoaib
    MANZOOR, Khurram
    MAQSOOD, Sohaib
    MIR, Usama
    MUDASSAR, Ghulam
    NASEEM, Saad
    NAVEED, Muhammad
    NAWAZ, Muhammad
    NAZIR, Imran
    QADIR, Usman
    RAEES, Rumman
    RAJA, Rameez
    RIAZ, Wahab
    RIZWAN, Hussain
    RIZWAN, Muhammad
    SAMI, Muhammad
    SHAFIQ, Asad
    SHAFQAT, Suleman
    SHAH, Khushdil
    SHAH, Naseem
    SHAH, Yasir
    SHAHZAD, Ahmad
    SHAIKH, Ibtesam
    SHAKEEL, Saud
    SOHAIL, Haris
    TALAT, Hussain
    TANVEER, Sohail
    ul HAQ, Imam
    ul HAQ, Misbah
    WASIM, Imad
    YAMIN, Amir
    ZAFAR, Gohar
    ZAMAN, Fakhar
    ZEESHAN, Malik


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    Quote Originally Posted by MenInG View Post
    The 83 Pakistani's

    PAKISTAN

    AFRIDI, Shaheen Shah
    AHMED, Iftikhar
    AHSAN, Jamil Mirza
    AKHTAR, Sohail
    AKMAL, Kamran
    AKMAL, Umar
    ALAM, Fawad
    ALI, Abid
    ALI, Ahsan
    ALI, Asif
    ALI, Azhar
    ALI, Hassan
    ALI. Muhammad Salman
    ALI, Rahat
    ALI, Syeed Saad
    AMIR, Muhammad
    ASHRAF, Faheem
    ASIF, Bilal
    ASIF, Umaid
    AZAM, Hammad
    BADAR, Saif
    BUTT. Amad
    DAR, Raza Ali
    DURRANI, Muhammad Asghar
    FARHAN, Sahibzada
    GUL, Sameem
    GUL, Umar
    HAFEEZ, Mohammed
    HASNAIN, Muhammad
    HASSAN, Raza
    HAMZA, Mir
    IRFAN, Muhammad (LAF)
    IRFAN, Muhammad
    IRFAN, Muhammad (Jnr)
    IRSHAD, Salman
    KHAN, Ghulam
    KHAN, Hassan
    KHAN, Imran Jnr
    KHAN, Junaid
    KHAN, Maaz
    KHAN, Muhammad Imran
    KHAN, Muhammad Musa
    KHAN, Shadab
    KHAN, Shahzaib Ahmed
    KHAN, Sohail
    KHAN, Umar Siddique
    KHAN, Umer
    KHAN, Usman
    MALIK, Adeel
    MALIK, Shoaib
    MANZOOR, Khurram
    MAQSOOD, Sohaib
    MIR, Usama
    MUDASSAR, Ghulam
    NASEEM, Saad
    NAVEED, Muhammad
    NAWAZ, Muhammad
    NAZIR, Imran
    QADIR, Usman
    RAEES, Rumman
    RAJA, Rameez
    RIAZ, Wahab
    RIZWAN, Hussain
    RIZWAN, Muhammad
    SAMI, Muhammad
    SHAFIQ, Asad
    SHAFQAT, Suleman
    SHAH, Khushdil
    SHAH, Naseem
    SHAH, Yasir
    SHAHZAD, Ahmad
    SHAIKH, Ibtesam
    SHAKEEL, Saud
    SOHAIL, Haris
    TALAT, Hussain
    TANVEER, Sohail
    ul HAQ, Imam
    ul HAQ, Misbah
    WASIM, Imad
    YAMIN, Amir
    ZAFAR, Gohar
    ZAMAN, Fakhar
    ZEESHAN, Malik
    Looks like most of Pakistan can play in this tournament!


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    So in the end somone estimate how many pakistan players will be chosen by the franchises

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bilal Ahmad15 View Post
    So in the end somone estimate how many pakistan players will be chosen by the franchises
    7-10 at max, thats the actual number which gets picked.


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    Quote Originally Posted by RehanG View Post
    7-10 at max, thats the actual number which gets picked.
    yup

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    The Barbados Tridents have a new ownership team in place who have taken over the running of the franchise with immediate effect.They have also announced that West Indies Test and ODI captain, Jason Holder, will be their Marquee Player for the 2019 Hero Caribbean Premier League season.

    The USA-based CMG Companies (CMG) leads a team of local and international investors in the acquisition of the cricket franchise in Barbados. CMG, through its affiliates, primarily owns and operates franchise restaurants, hotels, and real estate across America and is one of the largest owners of a major fast-food franchise. CMG is also no stranger to sports, with sponsorship deals with NBA teams including the Dallas Mavericks, several similar initiatives at the collegiate and grassroots level, investment in MASL’s Dallas Sidekicks, along with past ownership of CPL’s very own Jamaica Tallawahs.

    Manish Patel, Principal of CMG, says “Selling our ownership rights of the winning Jamaica Tallawahs held from 2014-2016 was the right move for us as a business, but we missed being involved in the Region and in CPL. When the chance to purchase the Tridents came along we were delighted, especially with the opportunity to bring good strong local partners onboard. We can’t wait to get started at enhancing the profile of this team on and off the field and to bringing a comprehensive sports entertainment package to Barbados. We will work very hard to make Barbadians proud of their team.”

    New co-owners and local entrepreneurs Kailash Pardasani of Promotech, and Terrol Cummins and Arvind Gopwani of Silver Technetium Capital Inc. (STCI) are excited about the opportunity for Barbadians to venture into sports entertainment in an era where the new format of cricket has generated renewed excitement in investment opportunities worldwide including India, Australia and the UK among others. Tridents Co-CEO Kailash Pardasani reveals that the investment by local partners is “an investment in Barbados and a vote of confidence in the resilience of its people and the resurgence of the country as a whole. Cricket has been an integral part of the fabric of our society and has uplifted and united families and entire communities. We are investing in that. We couldn’t ask for better investment partners and for a better time to place our money and efforts while continuing to be huge fans.”

    Pete Russell, COO of Hero CPL, said: “The issues that the Tridents have faced in recent months have been well documented and are being fully addressed as a priority. We have been working tirelessly to find a solution and we believe that this international-local investor collaboration is the ideal solution. This is a group of passionate cricket fans and astute business minds who have experience of successfully running a CPL franchise. The Tridents are in safe hands and the issues the franchise has faced are a thing of the past.”

    The arrival of an experienced and successful ownership team means that the Tridents will now enter the 2019 tournament on a solid financial footing and with a clear plan both on and off the field. Local investors in the Tridents are focused on renewing the connection between the franchise and the local community, through partnerships with the Barbadian business community and a lineup of fan-centric events and content.


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    Shadab Khan picked Guyana Amazon Warriors.
    Shoaib Malik picked Guyana Amazon Warriors.
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    Asif Ali picked by Barbados Tridents.
    Wahab Riaz picked by Barbados Tridents.

    Mohammad Hasnain picked by Trinidad Knight Riders.
    Imad Wasim picked by Barbados Tridents.

    Amad Butt picked by Jamaica Tallawahs.
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    Alex Hales was a happy man after being picked up by the Barbados Tridents as first pick during the 2019 Hero Caribbean Premier League draft at the Gfinity eSports Arena in London.

    The Tridents wasted little time in using the very first pick of the draft to snare the big-hitting England batsman, who, speaking later during the draft, said he was thrilled to be heading back to an island he described as one of his favourite places to play cricket for what will be his first taste of the biggest party in sport.

    The St Lucia Stars are looking to make an impact after a couple of tough years and look to have done some good business Last year’s leading CPL wicket-taker Fawad Ahmed arrives from Trinbago Knight Riders as St Lucia Stars’ marquee player

    There will also be a real Sri Lankan flavour to the Stars’ 2019 line-up. Lasith Malinga, match-winning hero for Mumbai Indians at the recent IPL final, was snapped up in round one of the and will be joined at St Lucia by two of his countrymen in power-packed all-rounder Thisara Perera and the livewire keeper-batsman Niroshan Dickwella.

    The Stars also secured John Campbell, who has been making a real name for himself for the West Indies in 2019, and Rahkeem Cornwall for their 17-man squad.

    Two-time defending champions TKR understandably saw little reason to make wholesale changes. They were the only franchise to take full advantage of the option to retain or acquire six players ahead of the draft, with the high-profile return of Kieron Pollard already confirmed before the news came that his old mate Dwayne Bravo would again be leading the Trinbago charge.

    The leading run-scorer in the 2018 Hero CPL Colin Munro was also retained, along with the versatile and dangerous Sunil Narine and one of the breakout stars of last year’s tournament, USA quick Ali Khan.

    The Knight Riders then moved to bring back more familiar faces in rounds five and eight of the draft in Denesh Ramdin and Khary Pierre. New Zealand all-rounder James Neesham continues a fine tradition of Kiwi talent at the Knight Riders, while the exciting Muhammad Hasnain adds further bowling depth to a squad that will have eyes firmly fixed on a third straight Hero CPL title and fourth overall.

    Last year’s runners-up, Guyana Amazon Warriors, have also kept faith with plenty of last year’s heroes. Keeper-batsman Nicholas Pooran was acquired ahead of the draft as a marquee player, while young hometown heroes Shimron Hetmyer, Keemo Paul and Sherfane Rutherford were all retained along with veteran Pakistan batsman Shoaib Malik.

    Australia spinner Chris Green, who ended last season captaining the Amazon Warriors, was redrafted in round six. The exciting Brandon King and Romario Shepherd are also on board as Guyana, so often the Hero CPL bridesmaids, look to make that last step to glory.

    Having bagged Hales early and announced Jason Holder as their marquee player, the Tridents continued to make waves with some high-quality additions. Pakistan left-arm pacer Wahab Riaz was retained and is joined in Barbados by two international team-mates.

    Hard-hitting all-rounder Asif Ali, whose impressive ODI form against England recently has earned him a World Cup spot, was a round-three pick while canny left-arm spinner Imad Wasim could prove an inspired choice down in round nine of the draft.

    West Indies pair Ashley Nurse and Shai Hope were retained, while Nepal leg-spinner Sandeep Lamichhane is another exciting addition for the Barbados franchise.

    The headline news for Jamaica Tallawahs was the return of the Universe Boss himself, Chris Gayle, and the prospect of him lining up with Andre Russell – arguably the world’s biggest T20 star right now and an easy choice for retention – is a mouth-watering one.

    Glenn Phillips’ impressive form last season saw him retained, as too were fast bowler Oshane Thomas and all-rounder Rovman Powell.

    Chadwick Walton – leading run-scorer back in 2017 – was a round-three pick, while the latest Afghanistan spin sensation Zahir Khan arrived in round five.

    The Patriots retained Evin Lewis, Carlos Brathwaite and the soldier himself Sheldon Cottrell, while South Africa’s Rassie van der Dussen also returns. Fabian Allen also stays with the Patriots after being drafted as a marquee player in round two.

    Sri Lanka’s left-arm fast-bowling all-rounder Isuru Udana was the Patriots’ first-round pick, while Englishman Laurie Evans was picked up in round six. Former Guyana Amazon Warrior Rayad Emrit brings plenty of experience to the bowling attack, while Devon Thomas is also no stranger to Hero CPL crowds.

    Each completed squad is made up of 17 players, including a minimum of nine senior West Indian players, two emerging West Indies players, a maximum of five overseas stars, and an ICC Americas player.


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    Amad Butt is a surprise pick. Ahead of Afridi, Tanvir, Faheem, Shinwari etc.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Prince of Pakistan View Post
    Amad Butt is a surprise pick. Ahead of Afridi, Tanvir, Faheem, Shinwari etc.
    Maybe member of coaching stuff from Islamabad united is also part of Jamaica talwan Or this has do with Chadwick walton who was with islu.he is highly rated by deano

    Nevertheless great opportunity for ammad butt to get notice in the eyes of Pakistan selectors

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    Saurabh Netravalkar was Unadkat's bowling partner in the under19 World Cup where Hammad Azam got us to a close victory against India.

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    Quote Originally Posted by saeed5646 View Post
    Maybe member of coaching stuff from Islamabad united is also part of Jamaica talwan Or this has do with Chadwick walton who was with islu.he is highly rated by deano

    Nevertheless great opportunity for ammad butt to get notice in the eyes of Pakistan selectors
    Rightly said, Chadwick Walton might have referred. Though he is a pretty solid pick, Pak should have groomed him along side Faheem as bowling all rounder but unfortunately they didnt. Pretty good bowler who is also a handy lower order hitter.

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    Good to see, so many upcoming Pakistani players picked. Surprisingly Usama Mir and Amad Butt might get more games in CPL than they get in PSL which is pretty unfortunate as both pretty talented players:

    Hopefully Hasnain will also work on his game for longer formats as well and not just get confined to T20 leagues. Though really good exposure for him.

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    This is probably the first time since inception of CPL that Sohail Tanvir isnt part of it which is really surprising as he has always done well. May be some availability issues.

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    George Worker & Niroshan Dickwella are surprise picks for me. Haven't seen a lot of Worker. Dickwella averages 22 in 60 T20s although has a SR of 140.

    Afif Hossain ahead of the Bangladesh biggies Shakib, Tamim, Mushfiqur or even the young Miraz is surprising. Are they available ? Afif had a T20 debut 5 for including the wicket of Chris Gayle. He is more of a batsman these days I believe but can bowl handy spin.

    Definitely CPL has seen something in Usama Mir & Amad Butt which PSL hasn't seen much as they haven't featured that much in PSL.

    Afghanistan players may not be available. Otherwise players like Rashid, Nabi, Qais, Shahzad, Hazratullah etc would have been in with a chance.

    Jofra Archer would have definitely been picked had he not been in frame for Ashes.

    Why no Imran Tahir ?

    I would have loved to see Fakhar Zaman in CPL. Surprisingly not picked.

    Also Sohail Tanvir not picked has to be the biggest surprise.

    5 overseas players in the squad is too less for me, at least there should be 8 overseas players in the squad like most of the other T20 leagues.

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    It's quite something that Usama Mir gets selected by a foreign league but doesn't get in the playing eleven in its local league.

    Says something about the team managements of these PSL franchises.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Prince of Pakistan View Post
    It's quite something that Usama Mir gets selected by a foreign league but doesn't get in the playing eleven in its local league.

    Says something about the team managements of these PSL franchises.
    Or it could say something about the quality of players available for the CPL. Don't forget the Euro t20 slam or whatever it is called will be played at the same time, lots of stars have signed up for that one instead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sami92 View Post
    George Worker & Niroshan Dickwella are surprise picks for me. Haven't seen a lot of Worker. Dickwella averages 22 in 60 T20s although has a SR of 140.

    Afif Hossain ahead of the Bangladesh biggies Shakib, Tamim, Mushfiqur or even the young Miraz is surprising. Are they available ? Afif had a T20 debut 5 for including the wicket of Chris Gayle. He is more of a batsman these days I believe but can bowl handy spin.

    Definitely CPL has seen something in Usama Mir & Amad Butt which PSL hasn't seen much as they haven't featured that much in PSL.

    Afghanistan players may not be available. Otherwise players like Rashid, Nabi, Qais, Shahzad, Hazratullah etc would have been in with a chance.

    Jofra Archer would have definitely been picked had he not been in frame for Ashes.

    Why no Imran Tahir ?

    I would have loved to see Fakhar Zaman in CPL. Surprisingly not picked.

    Also Sohail Tanvir not picked has to be the biggest surprise.

    5 overseas players in the squad is too less for me, at least there should be 8 overseas players in the squad like most of the other T20 leagues.
    A lot of the usual suspects have signed up for the EURO T20 league instead which clashes with the CPL. assuming players like Tanvir will be playing there too, he is a GOAT in the CPL.

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    Assuming Euro T20 signed players before the CPL draft. No offense to Euro T20 but I think for the overseas players CPL is preferred for getting better as a player skill wise.


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