The Hundred: Rashid Khan picked first by Trent Rockets in draft

Afghanistans Rashid Khan made history by becoming the first player picked in the first draft for the fresh contest of the next year The Hundred.
Trent Rockets trainer Stephen Fleming, chosen from the top-tier mount of 125k the spinner, who had a book price of # 100k.
But West Indies legend Chris Gayle and Sri Lankan paceman Lasith Malinga will play no part in the championship, which begins in July 2020.
Khan will team up with Australian DArcy Short, Alex Hales, Harry Gurney and England Test skipper Joe Root at the Nottinghamshire-based outfit.
Southern Brave, second to select at the draft, chosen West Indies all-rounder Andre Russell – who earlier this season was appointed as the MVP at the IPL – and Australian David Warner.
In which hell play England all-rounder Ben Stokes fellow opener Aaron Finch went third to Northern Superchargers.
There is an in Welsh Fire too, where left-arm paceman Mitchell Starc will team up with Jonny Bairstow.
West Indies spinner and possible top-order blaster Sunil Narine will ply his trade with Oval Invincibles, while Manchester Originals also went though the 40-year-old needed a book price of 60k.
Englands World Cup-winning captain Eoin Morgan, one of London Spirits celebrity players, will team up with Australian all-rounder Glenn Maxwell.
Opted for Lancashires Liam Livingstone, who had a book price of #60k but will now earn #125k across the contest.
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