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Broad wants to play in IPL in the future
England seamer Stuart Board, who decided to skip this year's Indian Premier League owing to fitness issues and the team's busy schedule, said he wants to be part of the Twenty20 extravaganza at some point in his career more

Dollar signs won't dazzle JP Duminy
He has become South Africa’s highest-paid player in the parallel cricket universe that is the Indian Premier League, but JP Duminy is not about to be distracted from giving his all for the Cape Cobras in the Standard Bank Pro20 semifinals this week more

King’s XI Punjab sign Burt Cockley
New South Wales (NSW) fast bowler Burt Cockley has been signed by the King’s XI Punjab for the 2009 IPL season more

Chennai goes full throttle with eye on title
If you want the cup, you must have the best and if you want the best, you jolly well pay for them more

Mortaza phenomenon rattles everyone
Little known Bangladesh fast bowler Mashrafe Mortaza virtually stole the thunder in the second Indian Premier League (IPL) auction more

Pietersen and Flintoff rule the world
Kevin Pietersen and Andrew Flintoff today emerged as the world's most expensive cricketers after being sold for a whopping USD 1.55 million (approx Rs 7.35 cr) in the IPL auction, surpassing Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni more

Who gained the most from IPL auction
Bangladesh bowler Mashrafe Mortaza created quite a sensation as he became the costliest player from his country to be sold in the Indian Premier League players' auction in Goa on Friday more

Ryder and Mills secure IPL contracts
New Zealanders Jesse Ryder and Kyle Mills both secured Indian Premier League (IPL) Twenty20 cricket contracts at the second edition of the overseas player auction tonight more

Tait becomes a Royal
Fast bowler Shaun Tait will join fellow Australian Shane Warne at IPL champion Rajasthan Royals, while Englishmen Andrew Flintoff and Kevin Pietersen have both been sold for more than $US1 million more

Mortaza snapped by Knight Riders
Shah Rukh Khan's Kolkata Knight Riders snapped up Bangladesh fast bowler Mashrafe Mortaza for a whopping $600,000 after an intense round of bidding, and the longest in the auction of players for the Indian Premier League more

Pietersen and Flintoff smash the bank
English duo of Kevin Pietersen and Andrew Flintoff attracted largest bids going for identical USD 1,550,000 each to at the auction for the second season of IPL more

All eyes on Pietersen at IPL auction
Flamboyant English batsman Kevin Pietersen will be the star attractions among 43 players who would go under hammer at the IPL's second season players' auction on Friday more

Modi wants blockbuster IPL season
The second edition of the Indian Premiere League would be a much bigger than its previous one, said chairman Lalit Modi in Goa on Thursday more

17 players to strike it rich at auction
With a total of $13.59 million in their pocket, eight Indian Premier League franchisees will buy 17 players from a pool of 50 when the second edition of the players' auction gets under way on Friday more

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