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"I dream of being handed a Test cap one day" : Umar Waheed

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"99% of bowlers these days would fail the 15 degree test" : Saeed Ajmal

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Interview: Subhan Ahmad, COO PCB : The modest lynchpin

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"It’s really important that international cricket returns to Pakistan" : Peter Oborne

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"I deserved better treatment in international cricket" : Asad Ali

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"I dream of being handed a Test cap one day" : Umar Waheed

Umar Waheed, 20, has been a consistent performer in various age group and domestic teams since 2010. He first drew attention towards himself in 2011 when he scored 211 runs in a U19 tournament in South Africa, involving the hosts, Pakistan and Zimbabwe, at an average of 52.75. He followed this performance by scoring 107 runs at 35.7 in three ...
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"99% of bowlers these days would fail the 15 degree test" : Saeed Ajmal

Currently rated as the number one bowler in the one day rankings and number four in T20Is, thirty-seven year old Saeed Ajmal has borne the brunt of ICC's recent campaign to target illegal bowling actions. After an initial report by the umpires during the Sri Lanka tour in September 2014, Pakistan's premier spinner with 209 international appearances and with 446 ...
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Interview: Subhan Ahmad, COO PCB : The modest lynchpin

Known and admired by players and officials at home for his selfless dedication and professionalism, having risen through the ranks Subhan Ahmad has gone on to serve in such critical roles in the PCB as the General Manager for international cricket, acting director of human resource and administration and, since 2010 as Chief Operating Officer of the Board. In an exclusive ...
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"It’s really important that international cricket returns to Pakistan" : Peter Oborne

Peter Oborne’s body of work is exceptionally diverse, even for someone of his profession but the truly impressive aspect of it is the sheer depth and incisiveness of his work, covering subjects as far apart as Iran’s nuclear program and Pakistan’s cricket team. His published work includes thirteen books, covering Tony Blair’s political aides, the human rights situation in Zimbabwe, ...
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"I deserved better treatment in international cricket" : Asad Ali

Asad Ali is one of a long list of Pakistani fast bowlers who have been paying their dues on the domestic circuit for many thankless years, waiting for that elusive international call-up that always seems to be within touching distance yet too far. After playing domestic cricket since 2005, Asad has built up as strong a case for international selection ...
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