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The Hundred Draft 2019: Know about full list of players picked by all teams

The Hundred 2019 Draft: Team Player, Squad and Icon Players

The Hundred (Cricket)- Squads, Icon players and more

The Hundred is a pioneering 100-ball cricket tournament that will be played between 8 English counties. There will be 100 balls bowled per innings and ends will change after every 10 balls. Bowlers can deliver either 5/10 balls at a stretch, going up to a maximum of 20 balls for each game. Every bowling side will have a 2 ½ minute time-out and every team will have a 25 ball powerplay start. Two fielders will be allowed outside of the 30-yard circle in this powerplay period. Teams will be able to call for timeouts like the IPL (Indian Premier League).

With excitement heating up for the tournament, there was considerable enthusiasm relating to the player draft on Sunday night for The Hundred. Some of the biggest global stars chosen included Andre Russell, Steve Smith, Sandeep Lamichhane, Kane Williamson and Rashid Khan although legends like Lasith Malinga and Chris Gayle were overlooked along with Kagiso Rabada.

The Hundred 2019 Squads and Icon players for Each Team

Birmingham Phoenix Squad

English Test Player- Chris Woakes

Local Icon Players- Moeen Ali (Worcestershire, £125k), Pat Brown (Worcestershire, £60k)

Global Players- Kane Williamson (New Zealand, £100k), Shaheen Afridi (Pakistan, £60k), Adam Zampa (Australia, £40k)

Remaining 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)

London Spirit Squad

English Test Player- Rory Burns

Local Icon Players- Eoin Morgan (Middlesex, £125k), Dan Lawrence (Essex, £60k)

Global Players- Glenn Maxwell (Australia, £125k), Mohammad Nabi (Afghanistan, £100k), Mohammad Amir (Pakistan, £100k)

Remaining 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)

Manchester Originals Squad

English Test Player- Jos Buttler

Local Icon Players- Matt Parkinson (Lancashire, £75k), Saqib Mahmood (Lancashire, £75k)

Global Players- Imran Tahir (South Africa, £125k), Dan Christian (Australia, £60k), Mitchell Santner (New Zealand, £50k)

Remaining 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)

Northern Superchargers Squad

English Test Player- Ben Stokes

Local Icon Players- Adil Rashid (Yorkshire, £100k), David Willey (Yorkshire, 75k) 

Global Players- Aaron Finch (Australia, £125k), Mujeeb Ur Rahman (Afghanistan, £125k), Chris Lynn (Australia, £100k)

Remaining 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)

Oval Invincibles Squad

English Test Player- Sam Curran

Local Icon Players- Jason Roy (Surrey, £125k), Tom Curran (Surrey, £75k)

 Global Players- Sunil Narine (West Indies, £125k), Sandeep Lamichhane (Nepal, £100k), Fabian Allen (West Indies, £50k)

Remaining 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)

Southern Brave Squad

English Test Player- Jofra Archer

Local Icon Players- James Vince (Hampshire, £100k), Chris Jordan (Sussex, £75k)

Global Players- Andre Russell (West Indies, £125k), David Warner (Australia, £125k), Shadab Khan (Pakistan, £75k)

Remaining 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)

Also Read: Pakistan National T20 Cup 2019 Schedule

Trent Rockets Squad

English Test Player- Joe Root

Local Icon Players- Alex Hales (Nottinghamshire, £100k), Harry Gurney (Nottinghamshire, £75k)

Global Players- Rashid Khan (Afghanistan, £125k), D’Arcy Short (Australia, £125k), Nathan Coulter-Nile (Australia, £75k)

Remaining 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)

Welsh Fire Squad

English Test Player- Jonny Bairstow

Local Icon Players- Tom Banton (Somerset, £100k), Colin Ingram (Glamorgan, £100k)

Global Players- Steve Smith (Australia, £125k), Mitchell Starc (Australia, £125k), Qais Ahmad (Afghanistan, £60k)

Remaining 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)

Most teams are high on the glamour quotient, having drafted in several compelling county prospects in tandem with global T20 stars. This will be one tightly contested tournament without a doubt. Enthusiasts and T20 fans cannot wait for the uniquely formatted The Hundred to begin!

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