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IPL trading: McDonald moves from Delhi to RCB

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NEW DELHI, Jan 11 (PTI): Australian all-rounder Andrew McDonald today became the fifth player to be transferred during the IPL trading window, moving from Delhi Daredevils to Royal Challengers Bangalore.

�Andrew McDonald, the fast-medium bowling all-rounder from Australia, will move from Delhi Daredevils to Royal Challengers Bangalore, for the 2012 season of the tournament,� the BCCI said in a statement.

The all-rounder is leading the Melbourne Renegades in the ongoing Big Bash League in Australia. �All-rounders are a priceless asset and we are pleased to add Andrew to our squad. He has excelled with bat and ball in different formats. We have no doubt that he will make a big difference to our prospects in the coming IPL season,� said Avinash Vaidya, Team Manager, Royal Challengers Bangalore.

TA Sekar, Head (Cricket), GMR Sports, the franchise that owns Delhi Daredevils wished the 30-year-old, who played six matches for them scoring 76 runs and taking five wickets, the very best. �He would fit in well with the Royal Challengers Bangalore,� he said.

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IPL trading: McDonald moves from Delhi to RCB

NEW DELHI, Jan 11 (PTI): Australian all-rounder Andrew McDonald today became the fifth player to be transferred during the IPL trading window, moving from Delhi Daredevils to Royal Challengers Bangalore.

�Andrew McDonald, the fast-medium bowling all-rounder from Australia, will move from Delhi Daredevils to Royal Challengers Bangalore, for the 2012 season of the tournament,� the BCCI said in a statement.

The all-rounder is leading the Melbourne Renegades in the ongoing Big Bash League in Australia. �All-rounders are a priceless asset and we are pleased to add Andrew to our squad. He has excelled with bat and ball in different formats. We have no doubt that he will make a big difference to our prospects in the coming IPL season,� said Avinash Vaidya, Team Manager, Royal Challengers Bangalore.

TA Sekar, Head (Cricket), GMR Sports, the franchise that owns Delhi Daredevils wished the 30-year-old, who played six matches for them scoring 76 runs and taking five wickets, the very best. �He would fit in well with the Royal Challengers Bangalore,� he said.

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