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Aussies Annabel Sutherland and Phoebe Litchfield cash in at WPL auction

Aussies Annabel Sutherland and Phoebe Litchfield cash in at WPL auction

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Two of Australia’s rising cricket stars have cashed in with bumper pay days at the Women’s Premier League auction in India.

Allrounder Annabel Sutherland sparked a bidding war between the Delhi Capitals and the Mumbai Indians to land her services.

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With a starting price of 40 lakh ($72,000), the 22-year-old was quickly bidded up to a whopping 200 lakh ($364,000) to become the second most expensive Australian player in history behind Ashleigh Gardner, who netted ($582,000) in last year’s inaugural draft.

Sutherland’s 200 lakh fee for the tournament, set to be played from late February to mid-March, was the equal-highest price for any of the 30 players bought from the 165 who nominated.

It continues what has been a big year for Sutherland, who made the Women’s Big Bash League team of the tournament last month, starred in the home one-day international series win against West Indies and notched a maiden Test century during the Ashes.

Annabel Sutherland Credit: AAP

Delhi coach Jonathan Batty, who also coaches the Melbourne Stars where Sutherland plays, was delighted to secure her services.

“She was the No.1 allrounder on the list, she can bowl in all three phases of the game and can bat anywhere from three to number seven,” he said.

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“Annabel is a very multi-skilled player … she’s really level, she’s got great leadership attributes and is a great team player.

“She covers a lot of bases with us – a fast bowler and her batting prowess really completes our squad. She was going to be our No.1 pick from the start with all those attributes.”

Sutherland joins fellow Victorian and retired Australian captain Meg Lanning at the Capitals, along with Jess Jonassen and Laura Harris, who were all retained prior to the auction.

Phoebe Litchfield was the first Aussie auctioned off on Saturday night and also drew interest from multiple teams.

The 20-year-old, who started at 30 lakh ($54,00), was eventually sold to the Gujarat Giants for 100 lakh ($182,000).

Litchfield will play alongside Aussie teammate Lauren Cheatle, who also landed at the Giants for 30 lakh ($55,000).

All-rounder Georgie Wareham was picked up by Royal Challengers Bangalore for 40 lakh ($73,000) during the early stages of the auction.

Alana King, Amanda-Jade Wellington, Nicola Carey and Kim Garth were the most notable Australians to nominate for the auction but go unsold.

All four have been regulars around the international set-up in recent years.

The WBBL’s newly minted player of the tournament, Sri Lanka allrounder Chamari Athapaththu, was also overlooked.

There are 30 spots for international players in the WPL but most were taken up by players retained by their franchises, including nine Aussies.

– With AAP.

Aussies at the WPL Auction

Annabel Sutherland: 200 lakh (A$364,000) – Delhi Capitals

Phoebe Litchfield: 100 lakh (A$182,000) – Gujarat Giants

Georgia Wareham: 40 lakh (A$73,000) – Royal Challengers Bangalore

Lauren Cheatle: 30 lakh (A$55,000) – Gujarat Giants

Sophie Molineux: 30 lakh (A$55,000) – Royal Challengers Bangalore

Unsold: Alana King, Amanda-Jade Wellington, Kim Garth, Naomi Stalenberg, Nicola Hancock, Millicent Illingworth

Aussies retained at the WPL

Gujarat Giants: Ashleigh Gardner (A$577,000), Beth Mooney (A$361,000)

Royal Challengers Bangalore: Ellyse Perry (A$306,000)

UP Warriorz: Tahlia McGrath (A$252,000), Grace Harris (A$135,000), Alyssa Healy (A$126,000)

Delhi Capitals: Meg Lanning (A$199,000), Jess Jonassen (A$90,000), Laura Harris (A$81,000)

Mumbai Indians: Nil

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