Kieron Pollard and Dwayne Bravo are among a contingent of nine Trinidad and Tobago in the Big Bash League Draft for overseas players.
Also in the draft are Trinidad and Tobago’s Akeal Hosein, Evin Lewis, Khary Pierre, Ravi Rampaul, Anderson Phillip, Jayden Seales, and Tion Webster.
Other West Indians in the BBL Draft include Sheldon Cottrell, Chemar Holder, Sherfane Rutherford, Kevin Sinclair, and Nyeem Young.
Pollard and Bravo have competed in the BBL previously, with Pollard playing during the 2017-18 term, and Bravo in 2018-19.
Pollard was part of the Surrey team that got to the quarterfinals of England’s T20 Blast recently.
Bravo also competed in the tournament, taking nine wickets for the Worcestershire Rapids.
Over 100 players have been nominated for the BBL Draft
“To receive nominations from players such as Rashid Khan, Kieron Pollard and Dwayne Bravo demonstrates the attention on the BBL in the global marketplace thanks to the Draft,” said Trent Woodhill, Big Bash Leagues Player Acquisition and Cricket Consultant.
“These players are world-class – highly talented, experienced, and sought after. We welcome them and all players who have been nominated in recent weeks from around the world. We look forward to announcing further nominations soon,” he added.
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