Ross Taylor traded to Pune Warriors in IPL

Last updated 09:01 13/02/2013

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Ross Taylor has been traded to his fourth IPL team after the Delhi Daredevils agreed to a swap with the Pune Warriors.

Taylors goes to Pune in exchange for former Indian fast bowler Ashish Nera.

Delhi had acquired Taylor from the Rajasthan Royals in last season’s trading window.He played his first three IPL seasons with Royal Challengers Bangalore before moving to Rajasthan in 2011.

Franchise owners Sahara Adventure Sports's managing director Sushanto Roy said Pune was 'elated' to have a batsman like Taylor.

"He will add muscle, panache and of course, experience, to our middle order in the forthcoming season."

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