Dirk Nannes to play for DareDevils
Australian Dirk Nannes will represent his 'away' team Delhi Daredevils in the inaugural Champions League Twenty20, a move that would cost the Indian Premier League side $200,000.
Of the nine cricketers eligible to play for multiple teams, only Nannes was nominated in the preliminary squads of both the Daredevils and Victorian Bushrangers.
"Dirk Nannes, who was nominated by both the Delhi Daredevils and the Victorian Bushrangers, has informed Champions League Twenty20 that he will play for his 'away' team, the Delhi Daredevils, rather than his 'home' team, the Victorian Bushrangers," Dean Kino, a CLT20 Governing Council Member, said in a statement.
"As a result, Delhi is required to pay $200,000 compensation to Victoria according to regulations.
Young Indian leg-spinner Piyush Chawla, who represents Kings XI Punjab in the Indian Premier League, will be turning out for Sussex Sharks in the $6 million prize money event commencing at Hyderabad on October 8.
Chawla has been named in the preliminary squad of the English county outfit for the tournament concluding on October 23.