Mohammad Hasnain to Play for Oval Invisible in Hundred 2022
Due to international commitments and injuries, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) staged a mini-draft for The Hundred Tournament to ease the cricketer shortage. Pakistani fast bowler Mohammad Hasnain was selected by The Oval Invisible in the second edition of The Hundred 2022 in a mini draught on Thursday (9 June).
Thursday, Mohammad Hasnain was acquitted of improper bowling action. A few hours following his acquittal, the cricketer joined The Hundred. As his bowling action has improved, he will not require much momentum to compete in this competition.
The teams were given the opportunity to select one international cricketer via The Hundred’s Mini Draft. They have picked one foreign cricketer after another on this occasion. There will be no Bangladeshi cricketers in the second edition, as there were in the first. In addition to Mohammad Hasnain, Imran Tahir, a spinner from South Africa, has been added to the team. He will be a member of the Birmingham Phoenix.
The picked female cricketers are Dipti Sharma of India and Suzy Bates of New Zealand. This season, Dipti, who played for London Spirit in the last iteration, will be wearing a Birmingham Phoenix shirt. For the Oval, the New Zealand Bates will compete.
The ECB has established a pay of $50,000 for the cricketers who were selected in the mini draught. In the first draught, teams were permitted to field cricketers from several categories.
List of Cricketers in Mini Draft The Hundred 2022
- Birmingham Phoenix – Imran Tahir (South Africa)
- London Spirit – Ben McDermott (Australia)
- Manchester Originals – Ashton Turner (Australia)
- Northern Super Chargers – David Visavin (Namibia)
- Bavin ( Namibia) – Finn Allen (New Zealand)
- Trent Rockets – Daniel Sam’s (Australia)
- Wales Fire – Nur Ahmed (Afghanistan)