The Hundred 2022 Drafts in the UK Explained: Team, Squad and Draft Details – 100-Ball Cricket Tournament

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The Hundred 2022 Drafts

The Hundred 2022 Drafts: The Hundred 2022 draft was held on April 5 and it featured some of the renowned overseas cricketers, centrally contracted England players as well as the emerging county cricketers from the country. After the inaugural edition of The Hundred turned out to be a huge success last year, the 2022 season promises to be even better.

The Hundred 2022: List of players retained, new signings after players draft and all you need to know

The Hundred

The Hundred is a professional franchise 100-ball cricket tournament involving eight men’s and eight women’s teams located in major cities across England and Wales. The tournament is run by the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) and took place for the first time in July and August 2021.

The Hundred launched in last year, an action-packed unmissable 100-ball cricket competition that put fans on the edge of their seats.  But how do the teams for 2022 get picked? 

The Hundred 2022 Key Dates

  • February 2022: Player Retention Deadline
  • March 31: Priority Ticket Window
  • April 5: The Hundred 2022 Drafts
  • April 20: Ticket on sale
  • August 3: Competition Starts
  • September 3: The Finals

The Hundred 2022: Squads Of All Men’s Teams After The Drafts

The Hundred 2022 Drafts is over now. All the eyes on the Tournaments players and getting ready for the big event in UK. Check out the complete squad and teams after the hundred drafts.

London Spirit

Squad: Kieron Pollard, Liam Dawson, Glenn Maxwell, Eoin Morgan, Riley Meredith, Jordan Thompson, Mason Crane, Dan Lawrence, Chris Wood, Daniel Bell-Drummond, Ravi Bopara, Adam Rossington, Blake Cullen, Brad Wheal, Zak Crawley, Mark Wood.

Welsh Fire

Squad: Jake Ball, Jonny Bairstow, Josh Cobb, Matt Critchley, Ben Duckett, Leus du Plooy, Ryan Higgins, David Payne, Ollie Pope, Joe Clarke, Tom Banton, Adam Zampa, David Miller, Naseem Shah, Sam Hain, Jacob Bethell

Manchester Originals

Squad: Colin Ackermann, Jos Buttler, Calvin Harrison, Tom Hartley, Fred Klaassen, Tom Lammonby, Wayne Madsen, Jamie Overton, Matt Parkinson, Ollie Robinson, Phil Salt, Andre Russell, Laurie Evans, Wanindu Hasaranga, Daniel Worrall, Sean Abbott.

Northern Superchargers

Harry Brook, Brydon Carse, Faf du Plessis, Adam Lyth, Callum Parkinson, Matthew Potts, Adil Rashid, John Simpson, Ben Stokes, David Willey, Dwayne Bravo, Wahab Riaz, Adam Hose, Reolof van der Merwe, Luke Wright.

Oval Invincibles

Squad: Sam Billings, Rory Burns, Jordan Cox, Sam Curran, Tom Curran, Will Jacks, Saqib Mahmood, Jason Roy, Nathan Sowter, Reece Topley, Sunil Narine, Matt Milnes, Rilee Rossouw, Danny Briggs, Hilton Cartwright, Jack Leaning.

Trent Rockets

Squad: Tom Kohler-Cadmore, Colin Munro, Luke Fletcher, Ian Cockbain, Matt Carter, Sam Cook, Marchant de Lange, Lewis Gregory, Alex Hales, Rashid Khan, Dawid Malan, Tom Moores, Steven Mullaney, Samit Patel, Joe Root, Luke Wood.

Birmingham Phoenix

Squad: Tom Abell, Moeen Ali, Chris Benjamin, Henry Brookes, Miles Hammond, Benny Howell, Liam Livingstone, Adam Milne, Will Smeed, Chris Woakes, Matthew Wade, Olly Stone, Kane Richardson, Matthew Fisher, Graeme van Buuren

Southern Brave

Squad: Quinton de Kock, Rehan Ahmed, Joe Weatherley, Dan Moriarty, Jofra Archer, Tim David, Alex Davies, George Garton, Chris Jordan, Jake Lintott, Tymal Mills, Craig Overton, Marcus Stoinis, James Vince, Ross Whiteley.

The Hundred 2022 retained players and new signings

The Hundred 2022 retained players and new signings with contract values in (Pound)

London Spirit

Retained: Glenn Maxwell, Eoin Morgan (£100k), Mason Crane, Dan Lawrence (£60k), Adam Rossington, Ravi Bopara (£40k), Blake Cullen, Brad Wheal (£30k), Zak Crawley, Mark Wood (England Test contracts)

Draft Picks: Kieron Pollard (£125,000 ), Liam Dawson (£125,000 ), Riley Meredith (£75,000),  Jordan Thompson (£75,000)

Welsh Fire

Retained: Ben Duckett (£100k), Jake Ball (£75k), David Payne (£60k), Leus du Plooy (£50k), Ryan Higgins, Matt Critchley (£40k), Josh Cobb (£30k), Jonny Bairstow, Ollie Pope (England Test contracts)

Draft Picks: Joe Clarke ( £125k), Adam Zampa (£100,000), David Miller ( £75,000), Naseem Shah (£60,000), Sam Hain (£50,000) and, Jacob Bethell (£30,000)

Manchester Originals

Retained: Phil Salt (£100k), Matt Parkinson (£75k), Jamie Overton (£60k), Tom Hartley, Tom Lammonby (£50k), Colin Ackermann, Wayne Madsen (£40k), Fred Klaassen, Calvin Harrison (£30k), Jos Buttler, Ollie Robinson (England Test contracts)

Draft Picks: Andre Russell (£125,000), Wanindu Hasaranga (£100,000), Daniel Worrall (£75,000), Sean Abbot (£60,000), Laurie Evans (£125,000)

Northern Superchargers

Retained: Adil Rashid (£125k), David Willey, Faf du Plessis (£100k), Harry Brook (£75k), Brydon Carse (£60k), Matty Potts, John Simpson (£50k), Adam Lyth (£40k), Callum Parkinson (£30k), Ben Stokes (England Test contract)

Draft Picks: Adam Hose (£60,000), Dwayne Bravo (£125,000), Wahab Riaz (£75,000), Roelof van der Merwe (£40,000)

Oval Invincibles

Retained: Jason Roy (£125k), Sam Billings, Tom Curran (£100k), Will Jacks, Saqib Mahmood (£75k), Reece Topley (£60k), Jordan Cox, Nathan Sowter (£30k), Sam Curran, Rory Burns (England Test contracts)

Draft Picks: Sunil Narine (£125,000), Rilee Rossouw (£60,000), Danny Briggs (£50,000), Hilton Cartwright (£50,000), Matt Milnes (£40,000),  Jack Leaning (£40,000)

Birmingham Phoenix

Retained: Liam Livingstone (£125k), Moeen Ali (£100k), Adam Milne, Benny Howell (£75k), Tom Abell (£60k), Will Smeed (£50k), Chris Benjamin, Miles Hammond (£40k), Henry Brookes (£30k)

Draft Picks Matthew Wade (£125,000), Olly Stone (£100,000), Kane Richardson (£ 60,000), Matthew Fisher (£50,000), Graeme van Buuren (£30,000)

Trent Rockets

Retained: Rashid Khan (£125k), Alex Hales, Lewis Gregory (£100k), Marchant de Lange, Luke Wood (£60k), Samit Patel, Matt Carter (£50k), Steven Mullaney, Sam Cook (£40k), Tom Moores (£30k), Joe Root, Dawid Malan (England Test contracts)

Draft Picks: Tom Kohler-Cadmore (£125,000), Ian Cockbain (£75,000), Colin Munro (£75,000),  Luke Fletcher (£30,000)

Southern Brave

Retained: Marcus Stoinis (£125k), James Vince, Tymal Mills (£100k), Chris Jordan, George Garton (£75k), Alex Davies, Jake Lintott (£60k), Tim David (£50k), Ross Whiteley, Craig Overton (£40k), Jofra Archer (England Test contract)

Draft Picks: Quinton de Kock (£125k), Rehan Ahmed (£50,000), Joe Weatherley and Dan Moriarty (£ 30,000)

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