IPL Public sale 2021: Nayan Doshi oldest and Noor Ahmed youngest participant in public sale

IPL Public sale 2021: Nayan Doshi, the son of former India left-arm spinner Dilip Doshi, is the oldest and Noor Ahmed of Afghanistan is the youngest participant within the Indian Premier League’s 14th season i.e. IPL 2021 for the gamers’ public sale this month. 292 gamers have been included within the IPL 2021 public sale, wherein 42-year-old Nayan is the oldest and 16-year-old Noor Ahmed is the youngest participant.

The bottom prize of Nayan and Noor Ahmed has been mounted at Rs 20 lakh. Nayan has performed a complete of 70 first-class matches for Saurashtra, Rajasthan and Surrey between 2001 and 2013. On the similar time, 16-year-old leg-spinner Noor Ahmed not too long ago performed in Australia’s home T20 league Large Bash.

The 16-year-old Khirievito Kensey of Nagaland can also be the youngest participant to be included within the public sale. He took seven wickets within the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy held final month. The reserve prize of Khirovito has been mounted at Rs 20 lakh. 164 Indians, 125 foreigners and gamers from three Worldwide Cricket Council (ICC) member nations have been included within the public sale.

Mandi market in Chennai on 18 February

Considerably, the IPL 2021 sapphires will likely be held in Chennai on 18 February. In keeping with the knowledge, the public sale will begin at three within the afternoon. Nonetheless, it will likely be a mini public sale. A complete of 1097 gamers had registered for this yr’s public sale, however the Board of Management for Cricket in India has launched the ultimate checklist of 292 gamers for the public sale.

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