Afghanistans Rashid Khan created history by becoming the first player picked in the draft for next years fresh competition The Hundred.
Trent Rockets trainer Stephen Fleming, chosen from 125ks top-tier mount the spinner, that had a reserve price of 100k.
However, West Indies legend Chris Gayle and Sri Lankan paceman Lasith Malinga will play no role in the championship, which starts in July 2020.
Khan will team up with England Test skipper Joe Root, Alex Hales, Harry Gurney and Australian DArcy Short at the Nottinghamshire-based outfit.
Southern Brave, next to pick in the draft, selected West Indies all-rounder Andre Russell – who earlier this season was named as the MVP from the IPL – and Australian David Warner.
In which hell play alongside England all-rounder Ben Stokes fellow opener Aaron Finch went third to Northern Superchargers.
In which paceman Mitchell Starc will team up with Jonny Bairstow there is an in Welsh Fire too.
Although Manchester Originals also went for a spinner in the form of Pakistans Imran Tahir even though the 40-year-old had a book price of 60k west Indies spinner and possible top-order blaster Sunil Narine will ply his trade by Oval Invincibles.
Englands World Cup-winning captain Eoin Morgan, one of the icon players of London Spirit, will team up with Glenn Maxwell.
Birmingham Phoenix, who had the final pick in the opening exchange, opted for Lancashires Liam Livingstone, who had a book price of 60k but will earn #125k across the contest.
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