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IPL Auction ends, Kaif is final player sold

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January 09, 2011


18:10  Bangalore buy Kaif for $130,000:  Former India left-spinner Murali Kartik, who was unsold in the first round, was snapped up by Sahara Pune Warriors for $400,000 fetching him double his base price.

Royal Challengers Bangalore made the last purchase of the auction when Mohammad Kaif was signed up for $130,000, the third time he came up for sale.

ittle known Australian all-rounder Daniel Christian was the top pick on day two when he was purchased by Deccan Chargers for $900,000 after starting with a base price of $55,000.

Pacer Umesh Yadav also got a good deal when he was snapped up by Delhi Daredevils for $750,000. Munaf Patel was another big buy on the day when he was bought by Mumbai Indians for $700,000 for seven times his base price, while Venugopal Rao was also sold for the same price to Delhi Dardevils in another shocking move.

South African all-rounder Juan Theron was purchased by Deccan Chargers for $85,000, while Delhi Daredevils got Australian Travis Birth for $20,000 the same amount that Royal Challengers Bangalore paid for South African Jonathan Vandiar.

Kings XI Punjab opened their account on the second day by bagging former England all-rounder Dmitri Mascarenhas at his base price of $100,000. They then made another shocking purchase by getting little known Queensland fast bowler Nathan Rimmington for his base price of $20,000.

Delhi Daredevils also paid the same price to secure the services of New Zealand batsman Colin Ingram for $100,000, while Deccan Chargers got former Rajasthan Royals player Michael Lumb for $80,000.

Mumbai Indians also added another all-rounder to their side with the purchase of Australian Moises Henriques for $50,000, who had earlier played for Kolkata Knight Riders. The Sachin Tendulkar-led side also bagged South Australian batsman Aiden Blizzard for his base price of $20,000.

Meanwhile, Indian discards Wasim Jaffer and VRV Singh did not find any takers yet again after starting with a base price of $100,000.

A total of 28 unsold players went under the hammer again after the ten franchisees submitted their choice from the original list of 238 unsold players from the regular auction round that spanned over two days.

The result of the re-auction of the unsold players:
Murali Kartik $400,000 (200,000) to Sahara Pune Warriors
Jesse Ryder $150,000 (100,000) to Sahara Pune Warriors
Mohammad Kaif $130,00 (100,000) to Royal Challengers Bangalore
Colin Ingram $100,000 (100,000) to Delhi Daredevils
Michael Lumb $80,000 (50,000) to Deccan Chargers
Nathan Rimmington $20,000 (20,000) to Kings XI Punjab
Aiden Blizzard $20,000 (20,000) to Mumbai Indians
Dimitri Mascarenhas $100,000 (100,000) to Kings XI Punjab
Jonathan Vandiar $20,000 (20,000) to Royal Challengers Bangalore
Moises Henriques $50,000 (50,000) to Mumbai Indians
Juan Theron $85,000 (50,000) to Deccan Chargers
Travis Birt $20,000 (20,000) to Delhi Daredevils
Robert Frylinck 20,000 (20,000) to Delhi Daredevils
VRV Singh (100,000) UNSOLD
Daniel Harris (20,000) UNSOLD
David Miller (100,000) UNSOLD
Dillon du Preez (50,000) UNSOLD
Lendl Simmons (50,000) UNSOLD
Wasim Jaffer (100,000) UNSOLD
Adam Voges (100,000) UNSOLD
Jamie How (50,000) UNSOLD
Colin de Grandhomme (20,000) to UNSOLD
Glenn Maxwell (20,000) to UNSOLD
Tim Southee (100,000) UNSOLD
Loots Bosman (50,000) UNSOLD
Xavier Doherty (100,000) UNSOLD
Luke Ronchi (50,000) UNSOLD
Rangana Herath (50,000) UNSOLD
17:28  Kaif goes unsold again:  New Zealand all-rounder Jesse Ryder was the first unsold player to be sold from the list of 28 players, who were up for grabs again.

Ryder, who started with a base price of $100,000, was bought by the newly-formed franchise for $150,000.

Meanwhile, former India players VRV Singh and Mohammad Kaif, who started with the same base price was once again unsold.

South African David Miller up for grabs at $100,000 and Australian Daniel Harris at $20,000 were also ignored.

Dillon du Preez, starting at $50,000, also did not find a buyer.
17:14  Ganguly, Lara get another chance:  A total of 28 unsold players will go under the hammer again as the ten franchisees make one final attempt to bolster their squad.

The likes of Sourav Ganguly, Brian Lara, Sanath Jayasuriya and Chris Gayle will get another chance to find themselves a buyer.

All the 352 players went under the hammer out of which 238 were unsold in the regular round of auction.

Each team was required to list names of the players they would like to sign up from the remaining unsold players, who have now come up for auction again.

A look at which players each of the ten team have bought so far:

Deccan Chargers

Dale Steyn $1.2 million (200,000)

Kevin Pietersen: $650,000 (400,000)

Cameron White: $1.1 million (300,000)

Kumar Sangakkara: $700,000 (300,000)

JP Duminy: $300,000 (200,000)

Shikhar Dhawan: $300,000 (100,000)

Ishant Sharma $450,000 (200,000)

Pragyan Ojha $500,000 (200,000)

Amit Mishra $300,000 (100,000)

Dan Christian $900,000 (55,000)

MS Gony $290,000 (50,000)

Chris Lynn $20,000 (20,000)





Kolkata Knight Riders

Gautam Gambhir: $2.4 million (200,000)

Yusuf Pathan: $2.1 million (300,000)

Jacques Kallis: $1.1 million (300,000)

Brad Haddin $325,000 (200,000)

Shakib Al Hasan: $425,000 (200,000)

Brett Lee $400,000 (400,000)

Eoin Morgan $350,000 (200,000)

Manoj Tiwary 475,000 (100,000)

Lakshmipathy Balaji $500,000 (100,000)

Jaidev Unadkat 250,000 (50,000)

Ryan ten Doeschate 150,000 (50,000)

James Pattinson $100,000 (100,000)



Royal Challengers Bangalore

Tilakratne Dilshan $650,000 (400,000)

Zaheer Khan: $900,000 (300,000)

AB de Villiers: $1.1 million (400,000)

Daniel Vettori: $550,000 (400,000)

Saurabh Tiwary: $1.6 million (100,000)

Dirk Nannes $650,000 (200,000)

Cheteshwar Pujara $700,000 (100,000)

Charl Langeveldt $140,000 (100,000)

Luke Pomersbach $50,000 (20,000)

Abhimanyu Mithun $260,000 (100,000)

Johan Van der Wath $50,000 (50,000)

Rilee Rossouw $20,000 (20,000)

Nuwan Pradeep $20,000 (20,000)





Mumbai Indians

Rohit Sharma: $2 million (200,000)

Andrew Symonds: $850,000 (300,000)

David Jacobs: $190,000 (20,000)

James Franklin: 100,000, (100,000)

Munaf Patel $700,000 (100,000)

Clint McKay $110,000 (100,000)



Sahara Pune Warriors

Yuvraj Singh: $1.8 million (400,000)

Graeme Smith: $500,000 (400,000)

Robin Uthappa: $2.1 million (200,000)

Angelo Matthews: $950,000 (300,000)

Tim Paine: $270,000 (100,000)

Ashish Nehra $850,000 (200,000)

Nathan McCullum 100,000 (100,000)

Callum Ferguson $300,000 (100,000)

Wayne Parnell $160,000 (100,000)

Mitchell Marsh $290,000 (100,000)

Jerome Taylor $100,000 (100,000)

Alfonso Thomas $100,000 (50,000)



Team Kochi

Mahela Jayawardene: $1.5 million (400,000)

VVS Laxman: $400,000 (300,000)

Brendon McCullum: $475,000 (400,000)

S. Sreesanth: $900,000 (200,000)

RP Singh: $500,000 (200,000)

Parthiv Patel: $290,000 (100,000)

Ravindra Jadeja: $950,000 (100,000)

Steven Smith: $200,000 (200,000)

Muttiah Muralitharan $1.1 million (300,000)

Ramesh Powar 180,000 (100,000)

Brad Hodge $425,000 (200,000)

Thisara Perera $80,000 (50,000)

R. Vinay Kumar $475,000 (100,000)

Steven O'Keefe $20,000 (20,000)

Owais Shah $200,000 (200,000)

Michael Klinger $75,000 (20,000)

John Hastings $20,000 (20,000)





Delhi Daredevils

Irfan Pathan: $1.9 million (300,000)

David Warner: $750,000 (200,000)

Naman Ojha: $270,000 (100,000)

James Hopes: $350,000 (200,000)

Morne Morkel $475,000 (100,000)

Aaron Finch $300,000 (100,000)

Matthew Wade $100,000 (100,000)

Ajit Agarkar $210,000 (100,000)

Ashok Dinda $375,000 (100,000)

Umesh Yadav $750,000 (50,000)

Roelof Van der Merwe $50,000 (50,000)

Venugopal Rao $700,000 (100,000)

Andrew McDonald $80,000 (50,000)





Chennai Super Kings

Michael Hussey: $425,000 (200,000)

Wriddhiman Saha $100,000 (100,000)

Dwayne Bravo: 200,000 (200,000)

Doug Bollinger $700,000 (200,000)

R. Ashwin 850,000 (100,000)

S. Badrinath $800,000 (100,000)

Scott Styris $100,000 (100,000)

Ben Hilfenhaus $100,000 (100,000)

Joginder Sharma $150,000 (100,000)

Nuwan Kulasekara $100,000 (100,000)

Sudeep Tyagi $240,000 (50,000)

Suraj Randiv $80,000 (50,000)

George Bailey $50,000 (50,000)

Francois du Plessis 120,000 (20,000)





Rajasthan Royals

Ross Taylor: $1 million (400,000)

Rahul Dravid: $500,000 (400,000)

Johan Botha: $950,000 (200,000)

Paul Collingwood $250,000 (200,000)

Shaun Tait $300,000 (300,000)

Pankaj Singh 95,000 (50,000)





King's XI Punjab

Adam Gilchrist: $900,000 (400,000)

David Hussey: $1.4 million (300,000)

Dinesh Karthik $900,000 (200,000)

Shaun Marsh: $400,000 (400,000)

Stuart Broad: $400,000 (400,000)

Abhishek Nayar: $800,000 (50,000)

Praveen Kumar $800,000 (200,000)

Ryan Harris 325,000 (200,000)

Piyush Chawla: $900,000 (100,000)
16:20  Deccan get Lynn for $20,000:  Royal Challengers Bangalore caused a slight halt in the tardy proceedings after the lunch break by signing up a couple of youngsters.

They bought South African hard-hitting batsman Rilee Rossouw for his base price of $20,000, the same price they paid for Sri Lanka's pacer Nuwan Pradeep.

Deccan Chargers then got hold of 20-year-old uncapped Australian batsman Chris Lynn for $20,000.

Australia's George Bailey was bought by Chennai Super Kings for $50,000.

South African Alfonso Thomas was sold to Sahara Pune Warriors for $100,000 -- double his base price. James Pattinson was bought by Kolkata Knight Riders for the same amount.
15:58  Pune Warriors get Thomas for $100,000:  Australia's George Bailey was the third player to be sold after the lunch break when he was bought by Chennai Super Kings for $50,000 in an otherwise subdued post lunch session.

South African Alfonso Thomas was sold to Sahara Pune Warriors for $100,000 -- double his base price.

James Pattinson was the only other player to be sold in the second session when he was bought by Kolkata Knight Riders for the same amount.
15:53  Lull in proceedings:  
South African Alfonso Thomas was sold to Sahara Pune Warriors for $100,000 -- double his base price in an otherwise subdued post lunch session.

James Pattinson was the only other player to be sold in the second session when he was bought by Kolkata Knight Riders for the same amount.
15:51  Only 1 player sold after lunch:  Bangladesh pacer Mashrafe Mortaza, who was sold for a whopping $600,000 in the previous IPL players' auction, went unsold.

Kolkata Knight Riders shocked everyone by signing up the pacer in the last auction, but he failed to live upto his top billing.

Batsmen:
David Miller (100,000) UNSOLD
Adrian Barath (50,000) UNSOLD
Peter Ingram (50,000) UNSOLD
Darren Ganga (100,000) UNSOLD
Imrul Kayes (50,000) UNSOLD
Mahela Udawatte (50,000) UNSOLD
Junaid Siddique (50,000) UNSOLD
Joe Denly (200,000) UNSOLD
Mark Cosgrove (50,000) UNSOLD
Morne Van Wyk (50,000) UNSOLD

All-rounders
Glenn Maxwell (20,000) UNSOLD
Tom Smith (100,000) UNSOLD
Darren Stevens (200,000) UNSOLD
Nathan Reardon (20,000) UNSOLD
Naeem Islam (50,000) UNSOLD
Farhaan Behardein (50,000) UNSOLD
Colin de Grandhomme (20,000) UNSOLD
James Faulkner (100,000) UNSOLD
Dilruwan Perera (50,000) UNSOLD
Tim Armstrong (20,000) UNSOLD

Bowlers:
Yusuf Abdulla (100,000) UNSOLD
Isuru Udana (50,000) UNSOLD
Pedro Collins (100,000) UNSOLD
Mashrafe Mortaza (100,000) UNSOLD
Tyron Henderson (100,000) UNSOLD
Ajmal Shahzad (100,000) UNSOLD
Suranga Lakmal (50,000) UNSOLD
15:30  First player sold after lunch:  Australia's fast bowler James Pattinson was the first player to be sold after the lunch break when he was purchased by Kolkata Knight Riders for $100,000, his base price.

The fast bowlers, who went unsold in that round were: Sri Lanka's Dammika Prasad, Dilhara Lokuhettige and Nuwan Zoysa, Daryl Tuffey of New Zealand, Stuart Clark and Mitchell Starc of Australia, England's Sajid Mahmood, Rory Kleinveldt of South Africa, Ian O'Brien of New Zealand.
15:21  Ashraful also unsold:  It turned out to be a rather subdued start to the prcoeedings after the lunch break with all the batsmen on offer not being taken up by any of the franchises.

Ricardo Powell, Ramnaresh Sarwan, Lendl Simmons and Xavier Marshall of West Indies, South Africa's Loots Bosman, Sri Lanka's Thilan Samaraweera and Thilina Kandamby, Jamie How of New Zealand, Australia's Phillip Hughes, Bangladesh's Mohammad Ashraful, Hamilton Masakadza of Zimbabwe, were unsold.

The group of all-rounders, who followed, also went unsold:
Chamu Chibabha and T Payangara of Zimbabwe, Sri Lankans Hasantha Fernando, Gayan Wijekoon, M Pushpakumara, A Ganegama, C Jayasinghe, Rayad Emrit of West Indies, Australia's Lee Carseldine, and M Mahmudullah of Bangladesh.
14:12  Yadav sold to Delhi for $750,000:  Little known Australian all-rounder Daniel Christian was the top pick on day two when he was purchased by Deccan Chargers for $900,000 after starting with a base price of $55,000.

Pacer Umesh Yadav also got a good deal when he was snapped up by Delhi Daredevils for $750,000. Munaf Patel was another big buy on the day when he was bought by Mumbai Indians for $700,000 for seven times his base price, while Venugopal Rao was also sold for the same price to Delhi Dardevils in another shocking move.

How the auction went in the morning session:

All-rounders:
Darren Sammy (100,000) UNSOLD
Aaaron Redmon (50,000) UNSOLD
Ryan ten Doeschate 150,000 (50,000) to KKR
Mitchell Marsh $290,000 (100,000) to Pune
Jeevan Mendis (50,000) UNSOLD
Andrew McDonald $80,000 (50,000) to DD
John Hastings $20,000 (20,000) to Kochi
Propser Utseya (50,000) UNSOLD
Graham Napier (100,000) UNSOLD
Kaushalaya Weeraratne (20,000) UNSOLD
Jeevantha Kulatunga (50,000) UNSOLD

Fast Bowlers:
Chanaka Welegedera (50,000) UNSOLD
Lonwabo Tsotsobe (50,000) UNSOLD
Makhaya Ntini (100,000) UNSOLD
Ryan Sidebottom (200,000) UNSOLD
Chris Tremlett (100,000) UNSOLD
Pankaj Singh 95,000 (50,000) to RR
Andre Nel (50,000) UNSOLD
Ian Butler (50,000) UNSOLD
Johan Van der Wrath $50,000 (50,000) to RCB
Jerome Taylor $100,000 (100,000) to Pune
VRV Singh (100,000) UNSOLD
Andy McKay (50,000) UNSOLD
Fidel Edwards (100,000) UNSOLD
Shane Harwood (50,000) UNSOLD
Ravi Rampaul (50,000) UNSOLD
13:58  Rajasthan Royals get Pankaj Singh:  Sahara Pune Warriors made a surprise pick by purchasing West Indies pacer Jerome Taylor for his base price of $100,000.

Pacer Pankaj Singh was bought by Rajasthan Royals for $95,000 after starting with a base price of $50,000. But former India pacer VRV Singh, who started with $100,000, was not taken by anyone.

Royal Challengers Bangalore also added another all-rounder to their squad with the purchase of South African Johan van der Wath for $50,000.

The fast bowlers who did not attract any bids in the round were: South Africans Lonwabo Tsotsobe, Andre Nel and Makhya Ntini, Sri Lanka's Chanaka Welegedara, England pacers Ryan Sidebottom and Chris Tremlett, Ian Butler and Andy McKay of New Zealand, Fidel Edwards and Ravi Rampaul of West Indies. Shane Harwood of Australia.
13:45  KKR get Ten Doeschate:  Young all-rounder Mitchell Marsh, who led Australia to the Under-19 World Cup last year, made a windfall after he was purchased by Sahara Pune Warriors for $290,000.

Interestingly, Pune is coached by Marsh's father Geoff Marsh, who is a former Australia coach. His elder brother Shaun Marsh was retained by Kings XI Punjab on day one of the auction.

His compatriot Andrew McDonald was retained by Delhi Daredevils for $80,000. John Hastings, also from Australia, was bought by Team Kochi for his base price of $20,000.

Ryan Ten Doeschate of the Netherlands was a surprise pick by Kolkata Knight Riders for $150,000 for three times his base price.

The unsold players from the all-rounder's group were:
West Indies captain Darren Sammy, New Zealand's Aaron Redmond, Zimbabwean Prosper Utseya, England's Graham Napier and Sri Lankans Kaushalya Weeraratne, Jeevantha Kulantunga and Jeevan Mendis.
13:32  Kochi also get Aussie Klinger:  England's Owais Shah was snapped up for his base price of $200,000 by Team Kochi, who also bought Australian Michael Klinger for $75,000.

However, his compatriot Jonathan Trott, starting with a reserve price of $200,000, was not taken by any of the franchisees.

The other unsold players from the batsmen group were: South Africans Jacques Rudolph and Neil McKenzie, New Zealand's Lou Vincent and Martin Guptill, Australia's Simon Katich, West Indies Shivnarine Chanderpaul, Sri Lankan Jehan Mubarak.
13:22  Aussie Doherty unsold:  Sri Lankan off-spinner Suraj Randiv was bought by IPL champions Chennai Super Kings for $80,000.

Australia's left-arm spinner Xavier Doherty found no takers for his base price of $100,000. Jason Krejza, Aaron Heal and Bryce McGrain also from the same country got no response either.

Zimbabwe's Ray Price was also left unsold.

Bangladesh spinners Adul Razzak and Suhrawadi Shuvo, with a base price of $50,000, were also not bought by any of the teams.
13:04  Kolkata sign up Unadkat for $250,000:  Royal Challengers Bangalore beat off stiff competition from Chennai Super Kings to snap up Abhinav Mithun for $260,000 against his base price of $100,000.

Chennai Super Kings went aggressively for the fast bowlers as they retained Sudeep Tyagi for $240,000 and Joginder Sharma for $150,000, while they also got Sri Lanka's Nuwan Kulasekara for $100,000.

India's young pacer Jaidev Unadkat, starting with a modest base price of $50,000, was sold to Kolkata Knight Riders for five times his base price at $250,000.

Manpreet Singh Gony, who was part of Chennai Super Kings, was snapped up by Deccan Chargers for $290,000 a big jump on his base price of $50,000.

Sahara Pune Warriors made their first purchase of the day when they got South Africa's 21-year-old all-rounder Wayne Parnell for $160,000.

Australian pacer Ben Hilfenhaus was purchased by Chennai Super Kings for his base price of $100,000, but fellow countryman Peter Siddle found no takers.

South African Juan Theron, who played for Kings XI Punjab last season, was also not taken by any of the franchises.

West Indies' pacer Kemar Roach, New Zealand's Tim Southee, Sri Lankans Thilan Thushara and Chaminda Vaas were unsold.
12:30  Patel goes unsold:  New Zealand's veteran all-rounder Scott Styris, starting with a base price of $100,000, was purchased by Chennai Super Kings for $200,000.

South African all-rounder Justin Ontong with a base price of $20,000 was unsold, and so were compatriots Zander de Bryun and Vernon Philander.

England's Samit Patel, Zimbabwe Elton Chigumbura, South African Dillon du Preez, Australians Moises Henriques, Kiwi Grant Elliott also found no takers.

All-rounders:
Scott Styris $100,000 (100,000) to Chennai Super Kings
Justin Ontong (20,000) UNSOLD
Zander de Bruyn (50,000) UNSOLD
Vernon Philander (50,000) UNSOLD
Samit Patel (50,000) UNSOLD
Elton Chigumbura (50,000) UNSOLD
Dillon du Preez (50,000) UNSOLD
Moises Henriques (50,000) UNSOLD
Grant Elliott (50,000) UNSOLD

12:26  Kaif, Jaffer goes unsold:  Former India player Venugopal Rao made a windfall when he was purchased by Delhi Daredevils for $700,000 fetching him seven times his base price.

Meanwhile, Indian discards Mohammad Kaif and Wasim Jaffer attracted no interest and were left unsold.

Australian Luke Pomersbach was purchased by Royal Challengers Bangalore for $50,000, but his compatriot Adam Voges was unsold.

England's poor run at the auction continued when Ian Bell, one of their star performers in the Ashes, found no takers.

South African batsman Colin Ingram, England's Michael Lumb, West Indies' Darren Bravo, Sri Lankan Upul Tharanga were also not bought by any of the teams.
11:56  Panesar goes unsold:  
South Africa's left-arm spinner Roelof Van der Merwe was picked up by Delhi Daredevils for his base price of $50,000.

Australian Steven O'Keefe was purchased by Team Kochi for $20,000, his base price -- the lowest price any franchise has paid for a player in this year's auction.

South African Robin Peterson, West Indians Sulieman Benn and Nikita Miller, Sri Lanka's Kaushal Lokuarachchi each with a base price of $100,000 went unsold.

Sri Lanka Rangana Herath, South African Paul Harris with a starting price of $50,000 found no takers and remained unsold. England spinner Monty Panesar with the same base price suffered the same fate like most of his compatriots when he too went unsold.

Sri Lankan Malinga Bandara with a reserve price of $20,000 went unsold.
11:47  Mumbai Indians buy Munaf for $700,000:  Umesh Yadav fetched the highest price among the second group of fast bowlers when he was retained by Delhi Daredevils for $750,000.

India fast bowler Munaf Patel was sold for seven times his base price when he was bought by Mumbai Indians for $700,000, who also got Australian Clint McKay for $110,000.

Karnataka all-rounder R Vinay Kumar with a base price was purchased by Team Kochi for $475,000 against his base price of $100,000.

Former India pacer Laxmipathy Balaji was sold to Kolkata Knight Riders for $500,000 for five times his base price

Bengal pacer Ashok Dinda, who started with the same base price, was purchased by Delhi Daredevils for $375,000, who also bought Indian discard Ajit Agarkar for $210,000.

Australian speedster Shaun Tait went to Rajasthan Royals for his base price of $300,000.

South African Charl Langeveldt was sold to Royal Challengers Bangalore for $140,000 but his compatriot Ryan McLaren was unsold.

Sri Lanka's Farveez Maharoof and Kyle Mills of New Zealand also suffered the same fate.
11:18  Oram, Smith go unsold:  Sri Lankan all-rounder Thisara Perera was bought by Team Kochi for $80,000 after beating stiff competition from Royal Challengers Bangalore.

England's Ravi Bopara, who played for Kings XI Punjab, was surprisingly not picked up by any of the franchises.

West Indies all-rounder Dwayne Smith, South Africa's Justin Kemp, Kiwi Jacob Oram and England's Dmitri Mascarenhas also suffered the same fate.
11:17  Wade first player sold on Day 2:  The auction gets underway with the second group of wicketkeeper up for grabs.

Australian wicketkeeper Mathew Wade was the first player to be sold on day two with Delhi Daredevils buying him for his base price of $100,000.

Sri Lanka's Indika de Saram with an opening bid of $200,000 goes unsold, so does West Indies keeper Dinesh Ramdin after he started with $50,000.

Zimbabwe's Tatenda Taibu and Brendon Taylor, Sri Lanka's Dinesh Chandimal, Australian Luke Ronchi, Ireland's Niall O'Brien also got no takers.

Result of bidding of second group of wicketkeepers:
Matthew Wade $100,000 (100,000) to Delhi Daredevils
Dinesh Ramdin (50,000) UNSOLD
Tatenda Taibu (50,000) UNSOLD
Chris Hartley (20,000) UNSOLD
Gareth Hopkins (50,000) UNSOLD
Brendon Taylor (50,000) UNSOLD
Dinesh Chandimal (100,000) UNSOLD
Niall O' Brien (100,000) UNSOLD
Luke Ronchi (50,000) UNSOLD

11:14  Jayasuriya goes unsold:  
Australian all-rounder Daniel Christian, who started with a base price of $50,000, attracted a lot of interested before he was snapped up by Deccan Chargers for a massive $900,000.

Sri Lankan veteran Sanath Jayasuriya, who started with a base price of $200,000, was in for a major shock as he was not taken up by any of the ten franchisees.

England's pacer Tim Bresnan, who was part of the Ashes winning squad, was also not taken up along with compatriot Michael Yardy.

11:00  Mithun, Vinay Kumar on offer:  Welcome to Rediff.com's coverage of the second day of the 2010 Indian Premier League Players' Auction, in Bangalore, on Sunday.

After a hectic first day, which saw the ten franchises shell out a cumulative hammer price $52.8 million for 72 players.

At the start of day two, the franchisees will have a remaining cumulative salary cap of $19.5 million. This is to be used in the auction room and to sign uncapped players after the auction.

18 Indian players remain available for sale in the auction on day two, and the franchisees have the possibility of taking upto total of 53 overseas players.