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SA20: Kaviya Maran STEALS the show for Sunrisers after bringing home Mumbai Indians batter Tristan Stubbs, WATCH | Cricket News

SA20: Kaviya Maran STEALS the present for Sunrisers after bringing house Mumbai Indians batter Tristan Stubbs, WATCH | Cricket Information

Younger Mumbai Indians and South African batter Tristan Stubbs grew to become the discuss of the city on the SA20 inaugural participant public sale for the 2023 season on Monday (September 19). Stubbs grew to become the most costly purchase on the SA20 Participant Public sale by a mile, going to Sunrisers Japanese Cape for Rs 4.1 crore (R9.2 million) roughly. However what gained the fan’s coronary heart was Sunrisers Hyderabad proprietor Kaviya Maran’s reactions in the course of the bidding warfare.

It was Kaviya from the Sunrisers Japanese Cape who lapped up the cricketer for a whopping 9.2 million rand bid. Her response after lapping up the cricketer is now being cherished by followers.

WATCH how Kaviya Maran reacted after profitable bidding warfare for Tristan Stubbs…

Groups battle in public sale to get the providers of twenty-two yr outdated Tristan Stubbs.#TristanStubbs#SA20Auction#SA20 #INDvAUS pic.twitter.com/NAF4dTxd5N
— Cricket Movies (@Crickket__Video) September 19, 2022

Stubbs, who was a part of the MI squad this yr in IPL, couldn’t do something noteworthy. However, he’s extremely rated within the cricketing circles as a lethal finisher and somebody who’s lower out for the shortest format. Stubbs has amassed 784 runs in 34 video games with a mean of 30.15 and a strike price of 160.65. He has additionally scored 4 fifties on this format. It’s his strike price that franchises really feel may very well be the sport changer.

The 22-year-old is a terrific prospect for the Proteas because the teen gave a peek at his talents with a 28-ball 72 in opposition to England earlier this yr.

Right here’s how all of the squads of SA20 seem like after the Participant Public sale…

Paarl Royals

Pre-bought – David Miller

Pre-bought – Jos Buttler

Pre-bought – Obed McCoy

Pre-bought – Corbin Bosch

Set 1: Lungi Ngidi – R3.4m

Set 1: Tabraiz Shamsi – R4.3m

Set 2: Jason Roy – R1.5m

Set 3: Dane Vilas – R3.3m

Set 6: Bjorn Fortuin – R1.5m

Categorical 1: Mitchell van Buuren – R175k

Categorical 1: Wihan Lubbe – R350k

Categorical 1: Ferisco Adams – R325k

Categorical 1: Imraan Manack – R175k

Categorical 1: Evan Jones – R1.7m

Categorical 1: Ramon Simmonds – R175k

Categorical 2: Eoin Morgan – R2m

Categorical 2: Cody Yusuf – R175k

Sunrisers Japanese Cape

Pre-bought: Aiden Markram

Pre-bought: Ottneil Baartman

Set 1: Marco Jansen – R6.1m

Set 2: Tristan Stubbs – R9.2m

Set 4: Sisanda Magala – R5.4m

Set 6: Junaid Dawood – R375k

Set 6: Mason Crane – R425k

Set 8: Jon-Jon Smuts – R2.3m

Set 10: Jordan Cox – R325k

Categorical 1: Adam Rossington – R425k

Categorical 1: Roelof van der Merwe – R175k

Categorical 1: Marques Ackerman – R175k

Categorical 1: James Fuller – R425k

Categorical 2: Brydon Carse – R425k

Categorical 2: Sarel Erwee – R175k

Categorical 2: Aya Gqamane – R175k

Categorical 2: Tom Abell – R850k

Mumbai Indians Cape City

Pre-bought: Kagiso Rabada

Pre-bought: Liam Livingstone

Pre-bought: Rashid Khan

Pre-bought: Dewald Brevis

Pre-bought: Sam Curran

Set 1: Rassie van der Dussen – R3.9m

Set 3: Ryan Rickelton – R1m

Set 4: George Linde – R3.9m

Set 5: Beuran Hendricks – R275k

Set 8: Duan Jansen – R3.3m

Categorical 1: Delano Potgieter – R175k

Categorical 2: Odean Smith – R1.7m

Categorical 2: Waqar Salamkheil – R175k

Categorical 2: Ziyaad Abrahams – R175k

Categorical 2: Wesley Marshall – R175k

Categorical 2: Olly Stone – R850k

Categorical 2: Grant Roelofsen – R175k

Jo’burg Tremendous Kings

Pre-bought: Faf du Plessis

Pre-bought: Gerald Coetzee

Pre-bought: Romario Sheppard

Pre-bought: Mahesh Theekshana

Set 2: Harry Brook – R2.1m

Set 2: Janneman Malan – R2.7m

Set 2: Reeza Hendricks – R4.5m

Set 3: Kyle Verreynne – R175k

Set 4: George Garton – R425k

Set 5: Alzarri Joseph – R2.1m

Set 7: Leus du Plooy – R1.5m

Set 8: Lewis Gregory – R850k

Set 9: Lizaad Williams – R325k

Categorical 1: Nandre Burger – R175k

Categorical 1: Donavon Ferreira – R5.5m

Categorical 1: Malusi Siboto – R175k

Categorical 2: Caleb Seleka – R175k

Pretoria Capitals

Pre-bought: Anrich Nortje

Pre-bought: Migael Pretorius

Set 2: Rilee Rossouw – R6.9m

Set 3: Phil Salt – R2m

Set 4: Wayne Parnell – R5.6m

Set 5: Josh Little – R1.5m

Set 6: Shaun von Berg – R325k

Set 6: Adil Rashid – R2.4m

Set 7: Cameron Delport – R800k

Set 7: Will Jacks – R1.1m

Set 7: Theunis de Bruyn – R1m

Categorical 1: Marco Marais – R175k

Categorical 2: Jimmy Neesham – R3.6m

Categorical 2: Kusal Mendis – R425k

Categorical 2: Daryn Dupavillon – R1.7m

Categorical 2: Shane Dadswell – R175k

Categorical 2: Eathan Bosch – R175k

Durban’s Tremendous Giants

Pre-bought: Quinton de Kock

Pre-bought: Jason Holder

Pre-bought: Reece Topley

Pre-bought: Kyle Mayers

Pre-bought: Prenelan Subrayen

Set 1: Dwaine Pretorius – R4.1m

Set 1: Heinrich Klaasen – R4.5m

Set 4: Keemo Paul – R850k

Set 4: Keshav Maharaj – R2.5m

Set 5: Kyle Abbott – R175k

Set 9: Junior Dala – R175k

Set 10: Dilshan Madushanka – R275k

Categorical 1: Johnson Charles – R425k

Categorical 1: Matthew Breetzke – R175k

Categorical 1: Christiaan Jonker – R175k

Categorical 2: Simon Harmer – R200k

Categorical 2: Wiaan Mulder – R1.9m

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