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Associate nation Sierra Leone cricketer asks for help to register names for IPL 2022 Auctions, Twitter users react

Ngegba, who claims to be a semi-professional cricketer from Sierra Leone took to Twitter to understand the process for registering for the IPL auctions.

Ritesh Pathak Author

Updated - 23 January 2022 8:03 pm

The 15th edition of the Indian Premier League is all set to commence from the last week of March. With two new teams coming in, the Indian T20 League has got even bigger. And thus, IPL 2022 Mega Auctions are also going to be huge for many players. It is indeed true that IPL has produced some serious talents not just for India but for International cricket. This also makes it the most loved T20 League in the World. Many players see it as a stage to showcase their talent and get international-level exposure.

While many cricketers are already reaping rewards for playing in the biggest T20 league, it is still a dream for associate nation players to feature in the IPL. A similar incident came under discussion when a cricketer from associate nation Sierra Leone posted a tweet seeking help regarding registration for IPL 2022 Mega Auctions. George Edward Ngegba, who claims to be a semi-professional cricketer from Sierra Leone took to Twitter to understand the process for registering for the IPL auctions.

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“Any information as to how an Associate player(me) can register his name for the #IPLAuction2022? Please help retweet,” he wrote on Twitter. Many users came forward to help the cricketer. While some made him aware that the registration process has been closed for this year’s IPL, some users advised him to try in leagues like PSL and BBL. A user also urged IPL GC to make an exception for him and let him put his name for the auctions.

Check out the boy’s tweet and reactions: 

1214 players have registered for IPL 2022 Auctions

A total of 1214 players have registered for this year’s IPL auction. IPL announced the list on Saturday announced that the IPL Player Registration closed on January 20th, 2022. There are 896 Indians and 318 overseas players on the list who will go under the hammer on 12 and 13 February in Bengaluru. Also, out of these 1214 registered players, there are 270 capped, 903 uncapped, and 41 Associate players.

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