IPL Auction 2010 - Full list of players auctioned, sold

So the big Indian Premier League Auction 2010 is over and Thissara Perera was the only Sri Lankan who was auctioned, Chennai buying him for $ 50,000.

None of the WC T20 winning Pakistani players were bought, not even the hard hitting Boom-Boom Afridi.

West Indies all-rounder Kieron Pollard and New Zealand pacer Shane Bond emerged the most expensive players, sold for a whopping US $750,000 (approximately Rs 3.42 crore) each at the players' auction for the third edition of the Indian Premier League, in Mumbai on Tuesday.

Pollard, who impressed in the inaugural Champions League T20 last year, started with a base price of $ 200, 000 while Bond, who was keen to join Chennai Super Kings ahead of the auction, started at $100, 000.

There was a four-way tie between Mumbai Indians , Chennai Super Kings, Royal Challengers Bangalore and Kolkata Knight Riders for Pollard, but the Mumbai side eventually prevailed via a silent tie-breaker bid, the rule being introduced for the first time in the IPL.

Like Pollard, there was a keen tussle for Bond. Chennai Super Kings set the pace but in the end it was a fight between Kolkata Knight Riders and Deccan Chargers , who both quoted $750, 000. The Kolkata team won the bid via the tie-breaker.

Here's a look at which players went to which franchise, and for how much.

 

  Player Reserve Price (in US$) Bidding Price (in US$) Team
Australia
1 Doug Bollinger
200,000
Sold
Chennai Super Kings 
2 Phillip Hughes
100,000
Unsold
 
3 Jason Krejza
50,000
Unsold
 
4 Ben Laughlin
20,000
Unsold
 
5 Graham Manou
50,000
Unsold
 
6 Damien Martyn
100,000
100,000
Rajasthan Royals
7 Clint McKay
50,000
Unsold
 
8 Ashley Noffke
20,000
Unsold
 
9 Luke Pomersbach
50,000
Unsold
 
10 Adam Voges
50,000
50,000
Rajasthan Royals
11 Brad Haddin
250,000
Unsold
 
Bangladesh
12 Shakib Al Hasan
100,000
Unsold
 
Canada
13 Rizwan Cheema
50,000
Unsold
 
England
14 Tim Bresnan
100,000
Unsold
 
15 Robert Key
50,000
Unsold
 
16 Anthony McGrath
50,000
Unsold
 
17 Eoin Morgan
200,000
220,000
Royal Challengers
18 Monty Panesar
50,000
Unsold
 
19 Mark Ramprakash
50,000
Unsold
 
20 Graeme Swann
250, 000
Unsold
 
21 Jonathan Trott
100,000
Unsold
 
Holland
22 Ryan ten Doeschate
20,000
 
 
India
23 Mohammad Kaif
100,000
250,000
Kings XI Punjab
24 Ashok Menaria    
Royal Challengers
25 Harmeet Singh    
Deccan Chargers
26 Harshal Patel    
Mumbai Indians
New Zealand
27 Shane Bond
100, 000
750,000
Kolkata Knight Riders
28 Grant Elliott  
Unsold
 
29 Nathan McCullum
50,000
Unsold
 
30 Lou Vincent
50,000
Unsold
 
Pakistan
31 Mohammad Aamer
100,000
Unsold
 
32 Shahid Afridi
250,000
Unsold
 
33 Saeed Ajmal
100,000
Unsold
 
34 Umar Akmal
100,000
Unsold
 
35 Kamran Akmal
100,000
Unsold
 
36 Umar Gul
100,000
Unsold
 
37 Rana Naved ul Hasan
100,000
Unsold
 
38 Imran Nazir
100,000
Unsold
 
39 Abdul Razzaq
100,000
Unsold
 
40 Sohail Tanvir
200,000
Unsold
 
41 Misbah ul Haq
100,000
Unsold
 
South Africa
42 Yusuf Abdulla
50,000
50,000
Kings XI Punjab
43 Zander de Bruyn
50,000
Unsold
 
44 Tyron Henderson
50,000
Unsold
 
45 Justin Kemp
100,000
100,000
Chennai Super Kings
46 Rory Kleinveldt
50,000
Unsold
 
47 Wayne Parnell
200,000
610,000
Delhi Daredevils
48 Vernon Philander
50,000
Unsold
 
49 Lonwabo Tsotsobe
50,000
Unsold
 
50 Johan van der Wath
50,000
Unsold
 
51 Vaughn van Jaarsveld
50,000
Unsold
 
52 Morne van Wyk
50,000
Unsold
 
Sri Lanka
53 Chinthaka Jayasinghe
50,000
Unsold
 
54 Thilina Kandamby
50,000
Unsold
 
55 Nuwan Kulasekara
100,000
Unsold
 
56 Thissara Perera   
50,000
50,000
Chennai Super Kings
57 Chamara Silva
100,00
Unsold
 
58 Upul Tharanga
100,000
Unsold
 
59 Kaushalya Weeraratne
20,000
Unsold
 
60 Chanaka Welegedara
50,000
Unsold
 
61 Nuwan Zoysa
100,000
Unsold
 
West Indies
62 Sulieman Benn
100,000
Unsold
 
63 Darren Bravo
50,000
Unsold
 
64 Daren Ganga
100,000
Unsold
 
65 Wavell Hinds
100,000
Unsold
 
66 Kieron Pollard
250,000
750,000
Mumbai Indians
67 Kemar Roach
100,000
720,000
Deccan Chargers
68 Ramnaresh Sarwan
100,000
Unsold
 
69 Lendl Simmons
100,000
Unsold
 
Zimbabwe
70 Murray Goodwin
50,000
   
 

Comments

mohan kumar's picture

im realy disappointed to see all the players be auctioned in us$ not in rupees it is an insult to indian currency.is it american premier league to auctioned in us$ i think sports ministry should advise them not to do it again & should take action lalit modi & his team to insulting indian currency

Syed Sheraz Ali's picture

(edited by staff ) Pakistani Cricketers nay kiya kiya tha tumhara.......................

--Edited for profanity--

Sujan's picture
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 Im not so keen to tell "Tumne kya kiya tha humara", woh tho bas tum log jaante hi ho ki humare desh main aake kya kya kiya.

But then not surprising to see no Pak cricketers getting sold, for there was no attempt being made by anyone to assure IPL franchisees that Pak players would be fully available. You can't even blame Indian govt. for it. They've got just themselves to blame IMO.

7 Pak players played in IPL 1, none played in IPL 2 and it didn't affect IPL in anyways, the show went on. Ofcourse we would be deprived of watching young Pak sensation like Aamer,Umar Akmal. But then show must go on. Got no one to blame.

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Why will there be visa issues for Pakistani players if it's played in India? Can't BCCI and the government give the franchises assurances that the Pakistani players on auction will be guaranteed entry in to the country?

I think it's pretty bad they couldn't do that for these players.

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This is from CNN

"I'd heard prior to the auction that franchises were being advised not to bid for Pakistani players as the players from Pakistan would not be issued with visas by the Indian government, and that is precisely what has happened," Umar Khan told www.pakpassion.net.

http://edition.cnn.com/2010/SPORT/01/19/...

Sujan's picture
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As usual there will be cries of all this being premeditated. All Indian channels here are filled with Afridi's interview , where he says govt. should've helped etc etc. Ramiz Raja virtually cried on TV .

I just watched a 30 min live program on this IPL, Lalit Modi, Shilpa, Preity, Ms.Reddy, Mr.Wadia, Jai Mehta were all present. This question came about Pak players being not picked. To me I didnt feel anything wrong, as just 2-3 slots were available to be filled and listening to each owners requirements they must have not picked Pakistani's. If seen even Australians haven't been picked, except one. Franchises have had this bad experiences of non-availability of players in between, and looking at the on going tensions between IND-PAK, Owners must have thought it would be safe not to make huge investment buying a PAk player and lose them later, for IPL's still few months away and who knows when our neighbor would carry out another Terror attack like the Mumbai one. 

Anonymous's picture

You are right. The Indian government is to blame not the franchise. They should guarantee availability. They didnt. Only they can deny visa so they should have given the franichses guarantees. No on is blaming the franchise. But its totally 100% Indian gov fault.

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It is funny players like parnell gets $ 610,000/ retired Damien Martyn gets 100,000 and Shane Bond gets 750,000.
Welagedara unsold, Afridi unsold & Sakib Al Hasan unsold. This auction is rubbish & racist.

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 I love the way everytime you come up with big statements like Obama ! But unfortunately he makes sense and you dont.

You got to remember, this isn't SL National side selection. Here players were picked on their ability, requirement of the teams etc and not depending on age, race etc. lol

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well but it would be really interesting to have likes of afridi and umar akmal instead of damien martyn...... we r gonna miss em. 

(Last edited by batman87 on January 19, 2010 - 21:34)

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