The Hoeri Kwaggo Bulls bought wicketkeeper-batsman Ridaa Isaacs during last week’s player auction for the 2022 Cape Premier League.
The Bulls paid 3.3 million CPL dollars – the tournament’s fictional currency – for Isaacs. They effectively outbid the Bo-Kaap Phantoms and Devil’s Peak Dragons.
Isaacs’ price was the fourth-highest at the auction. The highest was also paid by the Bulls, who recruited Tygerberg Cricket Club seamer Reeve Cyster for a record 4.6 million.
The Bulls also purchased Western Province Cricket Club seamer Alexander Draai, who cost 50,000.
Bulls’ 25,000 buys
The Bulls bought several players at 25,000 each, including Brackenfell Cricket Club seamer Ettiene Jewell.
- Salmaan Ajam
- Sevriano Cupido
- Ettiene Jewell
- Kyle Pluke
- Neil Eksteen
- Daryn-Lee Dorman
- Devon Brown
Prior to the auction, the Bulls revealed the retention of several players, including leg-spinner Junaid Dawood and batsman Qaasim Adams.
The Bulls reached the inaugural CPL final in 2019, but lost to the Cape Vikings.
The Dragons are the reigning champions, after beating the Atlantic Pirates in the 2021 final. The tournament was not played in 2020.
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