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The Talent Spotter

We present the profile of Bismillah Khan who is a 22 year old wicketkeeper batsman. He plays for Quetta and made his first class debut in the 2009/2010 season and has played 26 first class matches and 15 List A matches.

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Just 24 years of age, Aqeel Anjum has some excellent performances to his name and continues to impress all observers of the domestic game. In an exclusive interview with PakPassion.net, he takes us through his career development, his views on the Pentangular Cup as well as improvements that he can make to his game.

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Umar Waheed is a right handed middle order batsman who has recently been a regular selection in the Pakistan Under 19 side. His batting is complimented by the ability to bowl medium pace and off spin.

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Shan Masood, 22, is a left-handed opening batsman who has represented Pakistan at U-15 and U-19 level and was named vice-captain at the 2008 U-19 World Cup in Malaysia. He plays for HBL and has been invited to the PCB's emerging players camp at NCA.

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Ahmed Jamal, 23, is a right-arm pace bowler hailing from Abbotabad. Viewed by many pundits and coaches as a future Pakistan international, Jamal spoke to PakPassion about his development as a cricketer, future aspirations and his playing career to date.

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Imam-ul-Haq is a left-handed middle order batsman from Lahore. One of Pakistan’s most promising talents, Imam is the nephew of the Ex Pakistan captain and batting maestro, Inzamam-ul-Haq.

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PakPassion.net speaks to the tall 19yr old pacer, Ehsan Adil, about his development as a cricketer from an early age and all the way through to the Under 19 level where he represented Pakistan at the ICC U19 World Cup.

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PakPassion’s latest talent spotter is 18 year-old Rawalpindi-born all-rounder Mohammad Nawaz. Nawaz has represented Pakistan at a number of junior levels and was selected for the Pakistan Under-19 side which played in the Asia Cup and World Cup earlier this year.

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Speaking to PakPassion.net, left handed batting sensation, Awais Zia talked about the disappintment of the FBT20 final and his aspirations for the Under 25 Tournament in Maldives.

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PakPassion continues to bring its members and guests information on the upcoming talent in Pakistan. This time we catch up with Lahore-based allrounder Hafiz Saad Nasim.

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