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Bravo, Ramdin, Rampaul for IPL auction

Sunday, February 3 2013

THE TRINIDAD and Tobago trio of batsman Darren Bravo, captain and wicketkeeper Denesh Ramdin, and fast bowler Ravi Rampaul are among 12 West Indians named in a list of 101 players, from eight countries, for today’s IPL (Indian Premier League) auction in Chennai, India.

The list was finalised by the IPL on Wednesday and distributed to the nine franchises.

The 24-year-old Bravo, who was the Player of the Series at the recent Caribbean T20 Tournament, attracted the base price of US$100,000 while the 27-year-old Ramdin, who led the TT team, dubbed “the Red Force”, to a hat- trick of regional T20 crowns, and the 28-year-old Rampaul, who is overcoming a lingering knee injury, both going at US$50,000.

Bravo was bought by the Deccan Chargers for US$100,000 at the 2012 IPL auction but missed the competition because it clashed with Australia’s tour of the West Indies.

However, Ramdin and Rampaul are yet to have a taste of the IPL experience.

The other West Indian players whose names will be going up for auction includes two former Jamaican stand-outs — middle-order batsman Ricardo Powell and fast bowler Jerome Taylor, both going at US$50,000.

Completing the WI contingent are captain Darren Sammy and pacer Fidel Edwards, who each attracted the base price of US$100,000; leg-spinner Devendra Bishoo, left-handed opener Kieran Powell and fast bowler Tino Best (US$50,000); left-arm spinner Veerasammy Permaul and middle-order batsman Danza Hyatt (US$20,000).

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