PakPassion Talent Spotter highlights Jamal Anwar - WicketKeeper and Right Handed Batsman for Rawalpindi Rams and Pakistan U19s.
PakPassion presents the latest in it's highly popular Talent Spotter section where we find out a little bit "more than the usual" topics about our up and coming cricketers.This time we catch up with highly rated batsman Rameez Raja junior .
PakPassion continues to bring its members and guests information on the best upcoming talent in Pakistan, with another in the Talent Spotter Series
This talent continues to be unearthed within the ranks at the domestic level, and PakPassion had the pleasure of catching up with another upcoming and talented pace bowler, Nasrullah Khan.
Pakistan has an esteemed history as far as producing fast bowlers is concerned and the production line seems to be a never ending one. The Rawalpindi region has over the years produced it's fair share of quicks, with Shoaib Akhtar of course being the biggest name to come out from "Pindi".
Nasir Malik is a 19 year old left arm medium fast bowler from the Rawalpindi fast bowling production line. Nasir's only played four first class matches for Rawalpindi, but he's already caught the eye by picking up 21 wickets in those four matches at 21.57 apiece.
Aamer Sajjad is a name currently on plenty of people's lips, especially given the fantastic domestic season he has had so far including a world record second wicket partnership. So our Talent Spotter set out to catch up with him.
Quite a few PakPassion members wanted further information regarding Aizaz Cheema, so I had a chat with him earlier today. Aizaz for those of you not aware is a right arm medium fast bowler who plays for PIA. This is what Aizaz had to say : I started my career playing club cricket in Lahore for Model Town Greens after my older brother started playing for them.
Talent Spotter catches up with 21 year old sensation Adnan Raza who has had a slow start to the season, but with some important games coming up will be looking at getting his season back on track.
Talent Spotter catches up with injured batsman Afaq Raheem, one of only a handful of first class cricketers from Mirpur.