List of players sold at HIL auction

The following is the list of players who were sold during Sunday players auction at the Hockey Indian League (HIL).

Dec 16 2012, 12:40pm CST | by

The following is the list of players who were sold during Sunday players auction at the Hockey Indian League (HIL).

Delhi Wave Riders:

1. Sardar Singh (IND, marquee player, sold for $78,000)

2. Yuvraj Walmiki (IND, sold for $18,500)

3. Oscar Deeke (GER, sold for $25,000)

4. Gurvinder Singh Chandi (IND, sold for 50,000)

5. Lloyd Norris Jones (SA, sold for $17,000)

6. Matt Ghodes (AUS, sold for $32,000)

7. Danish Mujtaba (IND, sold for $63,000)

8. Akashdeep Singh (IND, sold for $17,000)

9. Mohammad Rizwan Sr. (PAK, sold for $26,000)

10. Simon Child (NZ, sold for $20,000)

11. Gurbaj Singh (IND, sold for $36,000)

12. Bipin Kirketta (IND, sold for $12,500)

13. Mohammad Rizwan Jr. (PAK, sold for $10,000)

14. Andrea Mir Bel (ESP, sold for $15,000)

15. Rupinderpal Singh (IND, sold for $56,000)

16. Rahul Shilpkar (IND, sold for $3,500)

17. Surender Kumar (IND, sold for $2,800)

18. Taeke Taekema (NED, sold for $25,000)

19. Nicolas Jacobi (GER, sold for $50,000)

20. Pirmin Blaak (NED, sold for $33,000)

Mumbai Magicians:

1. Sandeep Singh (IND, marquee player, sold for $27,800)

2. Faisal Saari (MAL, sold for $26,000)

3. Chinglensana Singh (IND, sold for $22,000)

4. Sarvanjit Singh (IND, sold for $29,000)

5. Anup Valmiki (IND,sold for $3,700)

6. Mahmood Rashid (PAK, sold for $41,000)

7. M.B. Aiyappa (IND, sold for $21,000)

8. Fareed Ahmad (PAK, sold for $21,000)

9. Mohammad Tousiq (PAK, sold for $27,000)

10. Matthew Butturinin (AUS, sold for $31,000)

11. Suresh Toppo (IND, sold for $2,800)

12. Joel Caroll (AUS, sold for $56,000)

13. Matthew Swann (AUS, sold for $51,000)

14. Chandan Singh (IND, sold for $7,500)

15. Gagandeep Singh (IND, sold for $23,000)

16. Sergi Enrique (ESP, sold for $18,000)

17. Sampath Maylaram (IND, sold for $10,000)

18. Imran Butt (PAK, sold for $5,500)

19. PT Rao (IND, sold for $17,000)

20. PR Sreejesh (IND, sold for $38,000)

Jaypee Punjab Warriors:

1. Jamie Dwyer (AUS, marquee player, sold for $60,000)

2. S.V. Sunil (IND, sold for $42,000)

3. Shivendra Singh (IND, sold for $27,500)

4. Kieron Govers (AUS, sold for $41,000)

5. Roder Padros (ESP, sold for $5,000)

6. Malak Singh (IND, sold for $9,000)

7. Sukhdev Singh (IND, sold for $5,500)

8. Ranjeet Singh (IND, sold for $3,700)

9. Gaganpreet Singh (IND, sold for $2,800)

10. Jarmanpreet Singh (IND, sold for $7,500)

11. Dharamvir Singh (IND, sold for $52,000)

12. Simon Orchard (AUS, sold for $45,000)

13. Gurmail Singh (AUS, sold for $33,000)

14. Nilakanta Sharma (IND, sold for $2,800)

15. Gurinder Singh (IND, sold for $2,800)

16. Rob Hammond (AUS, sold for $25,000)

17. Lucas Rey (ARG, sold for $40,500)

18. Harjeet Singh (IND, sold for $2,800)

19. Ignace Tirkey (IND, sold for $31,000)

20. Mark Knowles (AUS, sold for $57,000)

21. Kashif Shah (PAK, sold for $9,500)

22. Christopher Ciriello (AUS, $29,000)

23. Jaap Stockmann (NED, sold for $68,000)

24. Keshav Dutt (IND, sold for #2,800)

Ranchi Rhinos:

1. Moritz Fuerste (GER, marquee player, sold for $75,500)

2. Mandeep Singh (IND, sold for $13,000)

3. Stanli Minz (IND, sold for $7,000)

4. Floris Evers (NED, sold for $31,000)

5. Prabhdeep Singh (IND, sold for $14,000)

6. Shafaq Rasool (PAK, sold for $10,000)

7. Nick Wilson (NZ, sold for $24,000)

8. Amon Mirash Tirkey (IND, sold for $6,500)

9. Kothajit Singh (IND, sold for $33,000)

10. Birendra Lakra (IND, sold for $41,000)

11. Arvind Kujur (IND, sold for $2,800)

12. Austin Smith (SA, sold for $46,000)

13. Manpreet Singh (IND, sold for $61,000)

14. Parvinder Singh (IND, sold for $2,800)

15. Ashley Jackson (ENG, sold for $73,000)

16. Amit Rohidas (IND, sold for $29,000)

17. Justin Reid Ross (SA, sold for $33,000)

18. Sukhmanjit Singh (IND, sold for $21,000)

19. Mohammad Irfan (PAK, sold for $5,000)

20. Fransisco Cortes (ESP, sold for $42,000)

21. Sushant Tirkey (IND, sold for $13,000)

Uttar Pradesh Wizards:

1. Teun de Nooijer (NED, marquee player, sold for $66,000)

2. Tushar Khandker (IND, sold for $14,000)

3. SK Uthappa (IND, sold for $25,000)

4. Pradhan Somanna (IND, sold for $14,000)

5. Nithin Thimmaiah (IND, sold for $27,500)

6. M. Gunasekar (IND, sold for $3,700)

7. Siddharth Shanker (IND, sold for $7,000)

8. Pardeep Mor (IND, sold for $23,000)

9. Sander Baart (NED, sold for $24,000)

10. Eddie Ockenden (AUS, sold for $65,000)

11. David Alegre (ESP, sold for $55,000)

12. Rockey Lohchab (IND, sold for $14,000)

13. Vivek Dhar (IND, sold for $17,000)

14. Harbir Singh (IND, sold for $18,000)

15. V.R. Raghunath (IND, sold for $76,000)

16. Luke Doerner (AUS, sold for $22,000)

17. Marcel Balkestein (NED, sold for $20,000)

18. Joilie Wouter (NED, sold for $53,000)

19. Vikramjit Singh (IND, sold for $2,800)

20. Sreenivas Rao (IND, sold for $2,800)

21. Kumar Subramanian (IND, sold for $15,000)

22. Goerge Bazeley (AUS, sold for $15,000)



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