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Nine Sussex players picked in The Hundred draft

A further nine Sussex players were selected for The Hundred during Sunday night’s men’s draft.

Phil Salt was first to be picked up. He was a second round (£100k) pick for Manchester Originals. Ravi Bopara followed in the same round and will play for Birmingham Phoenix.

Round four saw Tymal Mills head to Southern Brave for £60k. Delray Rawlins was another Brave pick, fetching his reserve price of £50k in round five.

David Wiese was drafted by Northern Superchargers for £50k, while George Garton was a Southern Brave pick in the next round at £40k.

There were three Sussex players picked up in the final round. Danny Briggs went to Welsh Fire, Laurie Evans to Oval Invincibles and Luke Wright to Trent Rockets, all for £30k.

With Jofra Archer and Chris Jordan selected by Southern Brave prior to the draft, eleven Sussex players have been picked for the tournament. Each of the eight teams in The Hundred will get one further wildcard pick following next summer's Vitality Blast.