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    National Under-19 One-Day Tournament 2020/21

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    Batting looks pathetic

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    Mubasir Khan - 4 wickets to go with a 46(67) - worth keeping an eye on.

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    I see Adeel Meo is getting his paws into the other teams.

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    Were is Muhammed hurraira ?

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    Another left arm offspinner taking wickets(Adeel Meo from Sindh). PCB needs to look for wrist spinners as well. Think out of the box.

    Most of these SLO are useless, they can't spin the ball much.

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    Mods please add this match as well:

    Central Punjab U19 v Southern Punjab U19, Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore

    Southern Punjab U19 210-6, 50 overs (Mohammad Shehzad 70, Mubashar Ali 54 not out, Uzair Mumtaz 32; Saeed Ali 2-48)

    Central Punjab U19 211-6, 38.5 overs (Mohammad Huraira 46, Umar Eman 40)

    Result: Central Punjab won by four wickets

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    Adeel Meo’s six wickets guided defending champions Sindh U19 to a winning start as they recorded a five-wicket win over Balochistan U19 in the opening-round of the National U19 50-over tournament, while Central Punjab and Northern defeated Southern Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, respectively.

    At LCCA ground in Lahore, Balochistan after being put to bat were bundled out for 171 in 45.2 overs.

    For Sindh, slow left-arm bowler Adeel grabbed six wickets for 20 runs in 10 overs, while Haider Razzaq was the other notable bowler taking two wickets for 27.

    For Balochistan, Mohammad Ibrahim Senior contributed a 56-ball 41, hitting seven fours. He knitted a 74-run partnership for the third wicket with Basit Ali (29 off 57 balls).

    In return, Sindh chased down the target in 33.2 overs, thanks to Talha Ahsan’s unbeaten knock of 34 from 54 balls which included three fours and a six.

    Mubashir Nawaz was also amongst the runs scoring an unbeaten 71-ball 27.

    Both contributed an unbroken 73 runs partnership for the sixth wicket.

    For Balochistan, Hikmat Ullah took three wickets for 41 runs.

    In the second match at Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore, Central Punjab defeated Southern Punjab by four wickets.

    Southern Punjab, after opting to bat, scored 210 for six in 50 overs.

    Mohammad Shehzad batting at number three top-scored with a 89-ball 70, which was studded with six fours and a six. Mubashar Ali scored an unbeaten 54 off 50 balls laced with six fours.

    For Central Punjab, Saeed Ali took two wickets for 48 runs in 10 overs.

    In reply, Mohammad Huraira (46) and Umar Eman (40) helped Central Punjab to chase down the target in 38.5 overs for the loss of six wickets.

    In the third 50-over match of the day, an all-round performance from Mubasir Khan helped Northern overcome Khyber Pakhtunkhwa by 66 runs at the Country Club, Muridke.

    Northern, after being put to bat, scored 210 for seven in 50 overs. Hassan Abid Kiyani struck an 80-ball 60 with seven fours and two sixes. Abdul Faseeh contributed 57 from 88 balls, hitting four fours.

    The duo contributed 108-run for the second-wicket partnership.

    Coming to bat at number four Mubasir Khan chipped in with a 75-ball 46, hitting two fours and as many sixes.

    For Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Izhar Ahmed, Maaz Sadaqat and Usman Shah took two wickets each.

    Chasing 211, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa were dismissed for 144 in 39.5 overs.

    Haris Khan who got retired out top-scored with 27 off 48, while Ahmed Khan and Salman Khan scored 25 and 21 runs, respectively.

    Mubasir Khan with his off-spin grabbed four wickets for 15 runs in 10 overs. Adil Naz took two wickets for 23 runs.

    Scores in brief:

    Balochistan U19 v Sindh U19, LCCA, Lahore

    Balochistan U19 171 all out, 45.2 overs (Mohammad Ibrahim Snr 41, Aurangzeb 38 not out, Basit Ali 29; Adeel Meo 6-20, Haider Razzaq 2-27)

    Sindh U19 173-5, 33.2 overs (Talha Ahsan 34 not out, Shahryar Rizvi 33, Mubashir Nawaz 27 not out, Rizwan Mehmood 25; Hikmat Ullah 3-41)

    Result: Sindh won by five wickets

    Central Punjab U19 v Southern Punjab U19, Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore

    Southern Punjab U19 210-6, 50 overs (Mohammad Shehzad 70, Mubashar Ali 54 not out, Uzair Mumtaz 32; Saeed Ali 2-48)

    Central Punjab U19 211-6, 38.5 overs (Mohammad Huraira 46, Umar Eman 40)

    Result: Central Punjab won by four wickets

    Northern U19 v Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19, Country Club, Muridke

    Northern U19 210-7, 50 overs (Hassan Abid Kiyani 60, Abdul Faseeh 57, Mubasir Khan 46; Izhar Ahmed 2-21, Maaz Sadaqat 2-27, Usman Shah 2-46)

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 144 all out, 39.5 overs (Haris Khan 27 retired out, Ahmed Khan 25, Salman Khan 21; Mubasir Khan 4-15, Adil Naz 2-23)

    Result: Northern won by 66 runs


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    Sir, you have posted bolochistan and sindh's scorecard twice...and not posted central and southern Punjab's scorecard...pls upload it

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    An unbeaten 102 from Hussain helped Northern clinch a three-wicket win over Central Punjab in the second round match on Wednesday.

    At Rana Naved ul Hasan Cricket Academy in Sheikhupura, after being put to bat, Central Punjab scored 239 for nine in 50 overs. Afzal Manzoor coming to bat at number nine scored an unbeaten 51 from 42 balls, hitting three fours and four sixes. Hasnat Abbas (47) and Bilal Munir (42) were other notable scorers.

    For Northern, Mubasir Khan took four wickets for 30, while Sajjad Khan grabbed three wickets for 36 runs.

    In reply, Northern lost three wickets for 77 runs on the board, but Abdul Faseeh (55 from 70 balls, 11 fours) contributed a 86-run partnership for the fourth wicket with Hussain.

    Hussain’s unbeaten knock of 102 came from 84 balls, smashing nine fours and six sixes.

    For Central Punjab, Umar Eman picked two wickets for 21.

    At LCCA Ground in Lahore, Southern Punjab after being put to bat were bowled out for 168 in 38.3 overs against Balochistan.

    For Balochistan, right-arm fast bowler Aurangzaib grabbed four wickets for 42 runs in 9.3 overs, while Hikmat Ullah and Mohammad Ibrahim Senior took two wickets apiece.

    Southern Punjab’s Mubashir Ali top-scored with a 48-ball 37, hitting three fours and a six. Faizan Zafar and Mohammad Shehzad chipped in with 36 and 33 runs, respectively.

    In return, Sindh chased down the target in 38.2 overs, thanks to Haseebullah’s knock of 46 from 73 balls which included six fours and a six.

    Yasir Khan was also amongst the runs scoring a 40-ball 32 smashing three fours and two sixes.

    Both contributed 48 runs for the opening wicket in the run chase.

    For Southern Punjab, Faisal Akram grabbed two wickets for 31 runs.

    In the third match of the day, Sindh defeated Khyber Pakhtunkhwa by 38 runs at Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore.

    After being put to bat, the defending champions Sindh were dismissed for 204 in the 49th over.

    Adeel Meo who was the star performer for Sindh in the opening round match against Balochistan taking six wickets, shined again, but this time with his bat. He top-scored with a 71-ball 54, laced with four fours. Shahryar Rizvi (32) and Rizwan Mehmood (29) were other notable scorers.

    For Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Izhar Ahmed took four wickets for 25 runs, while Ahmed Khan and Shahid Khan grabbed two wickets each.

    In reply, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa were bowled out for 166 in 46 overs courtesy Aaliyan’s four wickets. The off-spinner gave away 35 runs in 10 overs. Kashif Ali and Zeeshan Zameer took two wickets each for the winning team.

    Mohammad Farooq’s 50 from 77 balls, hitting five fours and a six went in a losing cause.

    Scores in brief:

    Northern U19 v Central Punjab U19, Rana Naved ul Hasan Cricket Academy, Sheikhupura

    Central Punjab U19 239-9, 50 overs (Afzal Manzoor 51 not out, Hasnat Abbas 47, Bilal Munir 42; Mubasir Khan 4-30, Sajjad Khan 3-36)

    Northern U19 241-7, 45.5 overs (Hussain 102 not out, Abdul Faseeh 55, Mohammad Raza ul Mustafa 29; Umar Eman 2-21)

    Result: Northern won by three wickets

    Balochistan U19 v Southern Punjab U19, LCCA Ground, Lahore

    Southern Punjab U19 168 all out, 38.3 overs (Mubashar Ali 37, Faizan Zafar 36, Mohammad Shehzad 33; Aurangzaib 4-42, Hikmat Ullah 2-26, Mohammad Ibrahim Snr 2-37)

    Balochistan U19 169-5, 38.2 overs (Haseebullah 46, Yasir Khan 32, Basit Ali 21; Faisal Akram 2-31)

    Result: Balochistan U19 won by five wickets

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 v Sindh U19, Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore

    Sindh U19 204 all out, 48.1 overs (Adeel Meo 54, Shahryar Rizvi 32, Rizwan Mehmood 29, Talha Ahsan 25; Izhar Ahmed 4-25, Ahmed Khan 2-26, Shahid Khan 2-43)

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 166 all out, 46 overs (Mohammad Farooq 50, Abbas Ali 28, Nasir Faraz 28; Aaliyan Mehmood 4-35, Kashif Ali 2-9, Syed Zeeshan Zameer 2-16)

    Result: Sindh won by 38 runs


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    Finally a hundred by batsmen ...

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    Adeel Meo: 6-fer in first match followed by top scoring with 54 in the next game. Very interesting prospect....

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    Adeel moo from the stats looks a good prospect

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    Mubasir Khan of Northern Team, is another prospect to b looked after. He is very gud Off Spinzer and bat's at No. 4 position. So far 8 wickets in 2 games wid 40 runs innings.

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    What's with the terrible low scores?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Muhammad Saad View Post
    What's with the terrible low scores?
    Either excellent bowling teams or poor batting team or could be the pitches

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    Saim Ayub’s all-round performance inspires Sindh U19 to five-wicket win

    Adil Naz and Hunain Shah take three wickets each in Northern U19 and Central Punjab U19 victories


    Lahore, 17 October 2020:

    In the third-round of the National U19 One-Day Tournament, a three-wicket haul and 41 runs from Sindh’s captain Saim Ayub guided his side to a five-wicket win over Southern Punjab, while Northern and Central Punjab registered victories over Balochistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, respectively.

    At Country Club in Muridke, after being put to bat, Southern Punjab were bowled out for 107 in 37.1 overs. Aun Shehzad (46) and Mehboob Ahmad (23) were the only batsmen to enter into double figures for Southern Punjab.

    For Sindh, Adeel who took six for 20 against Balochistan in the first match and scored 54 off 71 balls against Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in the second match, ended up taking three wickets for 22 runs in today’s game. Saim and Zeeshan Zameer took three wickets apiece for 11 and 23 runs, respectively.

    In reply, Sindh chased down the target in 15 overs for the loss of five wickets. Saim’s 30-ball 41 included eight fours and a six. Kashif Ali scored a quickfire unbeaten 28 from 11 balls, laced with three fours and two sixes. Saim, for his all-round performance, was named player of the match.

    For Southern Punjab, Faisal Akram and Mehboob Ahmad picked two wickets each.

    At Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore, Northern cruised to a nine-wicket win over Balochistan.

    Balochistan, after being asked to bat, were bowled out for 92 in 25 overs.

    Faiz Ullah, who batted at nine, was the top-scorer in the innings with 17 from 24 balls.

    For Northern, Adil Naz, later named player of the match, and Faizan Saleem picked three wickets apiece, while Mubasir Khan and Zaman Khan grabbed two wickets each.

    In reply, Northern chased down the target in 15.5 overs courtesy a 44-run opening stand between Hassan Abid Kiyani (30 from 24 balls, five fours) and Mohammad Raza-ul-Mustafa, who made 23 not out from 34 balls, hitting two fours.

    In the third match of the day, Central Punjab held their nerves to clinch a three-run win over Khyber Pakhtunkhwa at LCCA Ground, Lahore.

    Central Punjab were dismissed for 177 in the 47th over after Khyber Pakhtunkhwa captain Abbas Ali elected to field.

    Mohammad Huraira, the Central Punjab captain, top-scored with an 87-ball 72, laced with five fours and two sixes. He knitted a 40-run partnership for the first wicket with Ali Hasan (21).

    For Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, left-arm spinner Haris Khan took four wickets for 23 in 10 overs. Maaz Sadaqat and Usman Shah chipped in with two wickets each.

    Chasing 178 to win, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa opening batsmen Mohammad Farooq (31) and Salman Khan (9) provided a solid opening stand of 57. After the departure of both batsmen, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa continued to lose wickets at regular intervals. At one stage, they were 87 for five.

    Ahmed Khan, coming to bat at eight, provided some stability and top-scored with a 58-ball 39, which included two fours. After the departure of Ahmed, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa were bowled out for 174 in 39 overs.

    For Central Punjab, Hunain Shah and Arham Nawab picked three wickets apiece. Hunain was named player of the match.

    Scores in brief:

    Sindh U19 beat Southern Punjab U19 by five wickets

    Southern Punjab U19 107 all out, 37.1 overs (Aun Shehzad 46, Mehboob Ahmed 23; Saim Ayub 3-11, Adeel Meo 3-22, Zeeshan Zameer 3-23)

    Sindh U19 110-5, 15 overs (Saim Ayub 41, Kashif Ali 28 not out; Mehboob Ahmed 2-23, Faisal Akram 2-28)

    Player of the match – Saim Ayub (Sindh U19)


    Northern U19 beat Balochistan U19 by nine wickets

    Balochistan U19 92 all out, 25 overs (Faiz Ullah 17; Adil Naz 3-21, Faizan Saleem 3-30, Mubasir Khan 2-4, Zaman Khan 2-19)

    Northern U19 93-1, 15.5 overs (Hassan Abid Kiyani 30, Mohammad Raza-ul-Mustafa 23 not out)

    Player of the match – Adil Naz (Northern U19)


    Central Punjab U19 beat Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 by three runs

    Central Punjab U19 177 all out, 46.2 overs (Mohammad Huraira 72, Ali Hasan 21; Haris Khan 4-23, Maaz Sadaqat 2-30, Usman Shah 2-33)

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 174 all out, 39 overs (Ahmed Khan 39, Mohammad Farooq 31, Nasir Faraz 27; Hunain Shah 3-33, Arham Nawab 3-34)

    Player of the match – Hunain Shah (Central Punjab U19)
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    Another pathetic scorecard


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    Looks like pitches are super crap. No investment at all

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    Wow really low scores must be the pitch ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shah_1 View Post
    Looks like pitches are super crap. No investment at all
    Actually it seems like players who have class are showing it.

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    I feel the talent pool might be a bit weak.

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    I have heard quite a lot about Ahmed Khan. Fast bowling all rounder

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    Quote Originally Posted by shah_1 View Post
    I have heard quite a lot about Ahmed Khan. Fast bowling all rounder
    Who does he play for?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bewal Express View Post
    Who does he play for?
    Kpk

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bewal Express View Post
    Who does he play for?
    http://www.pakpassion.net/ppforum/sh...han-from-Swabi
    Last edited by MenInG; 18th October 2020 at 12:21.

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    Oct 19, 2020 at Lahore

    11th Match Northern Under-19s vs Sindh Under-19s

    Northern Under-19s 199/8; Sindh Under-19s 201/3;

    Sindh Under-19s won by 7 wickets Scoreboard


    Oct 19, 2020 at Sheikhupura

    10th Match Balochistan Under-19s vs Central Punjab Under-19s

    Balochistan Under-19s 223/7; Central Punjab Under-19s 200;

    Balochistan Under-19s won by 23 runs


    Oct 19, 2020 at Lahore

    12th Match Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Under-19s vs Southern Punjab Under-19s

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Under-19s 272/9; Southern Punjab Under-19s 181;

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Under-19s won by 91 runs


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    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 v Southern Punjab U19, Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore:

    Maaz Sadaqat’s all-round display spearheaded Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19’s 91-run win over Southern Punjab in the National U19 One-Day Tournament. In other games of the day, Sindh beat Northern by seven wickets, while Balochistan beat Central Punjab by 23 runs.

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa posted 272 for nine after Southern Punjab captain Mohammad Shehzad elected to field. The highlight of their innings was a 168-run third-wicket partnership between Maaz Sadaqat who made 93 off 137 balls (eight fours, one six) and Abbas Ali, who scored 91 off 110 balls with the help of five fours and four sixes.

    For Southern Punjab Awais Abbas and Tahir Hussain took two wickets each for 48 and 53 runs, respectively.

    In reply, Southern Punjab were bowled out for 181 in 46.3 overs. Mohammad Ammar scored 70 runs off 112 balls, while Mubashir Ali scored 50 off 57 balls.

    Maaz, later named player of the match, followed his brilliant batting performance with three for 17 runs in 3.3 overs. Ahmed Khan took three wickets for 23 runs.


    Balochistan U19 v Central Punjab U19, Rana Naved-ul-Hasan Cricket Academy, Sheikhupura:

    Batting first, Balochistan posted 223 for seven in 50 overs. Ali Ahmad top-scored with 63 off 98 balls (eight fours) and Haseebullah, later named player of the match, scored 61 also off 98 balls with seven fours. Basit Ali was the third batsman in the innings to score a half-century as he made 50 off 55 balls. Muneeb Wasif, with three for 38, was the pick of the Central Punjab bowlers. Hasnat Abbas took two wickets for 29 runs.

    In reply, Central Punjab were bowled out for 200 runs in 46.5 overs, Muneeb, batting at eight, top-scored in the innings with 48 runs. Khalid Khan and Abu Hurraira took two wickets each, while four batsmen were run out.


    Northern U19 v Sindh U19, LCCA Ground, Lahore:

    Saim Ayub scored 87 not out off 106 balls with eight fours and one six to guide his team to a seven-wicket win over Northern. He was named player of the match.

    Sindh completed the chase of 200 runs in 39.5 overs at the loss of three wickets. Kashif Ali, batting at four, scored 52 off 73 balls. Saim and Kashif added 124 runs for the third-wicket to ensure an easy win for Sindh.

    Earlier, Northern, after being asked to bat, managed 199 for eight.

    Middle-order batsman Sher Abdul Rehman top-scored with an unbeaten 68 off 75 balls (five fours, three sixes). Opener Raza-ul-Mustafa made 32 from his 51-ball stay at the crease.

    Sindh’s Aaliyan starred with the ball as he returned four for 32 from 10 overs, while Talha Ahsan took two for 45.



    Scores in brief:

    Balochistan U19 beat Central Punjab U19 by 23 runs

    Balochistan 223-7, 50 overs (Ali Ahmad 63, Haseebullah 61, Basit Ali 50; Muneeb Wasif 3-38, Hasnat Abbas 2-29)

    Central Punjab 200 all out, 46.5 overs (Muneeb Wasif 48, Arham Nawab 26, Umar Eman 26; Abu Huraira 2-35, Khalid Khan 2-46)

    Player of the match – Haseebullah (Balochistan U19)

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    Sindh U19 beat Northern U19 by seven wickets

    Northern U19 199-8, 50 overs (Sher Abdul Rehman 68 not out, Raza-ul-Mustafa 32; Aaliyan Mehmood 4-32, Talha Ahsan 2-45)

    Sindh U19 201-3, 39.5 overs (Saim Ayub 87 not out, Kashif Ali 52; Mubasar Khan 2-32)

    Player of the match – Saim Ayub (Sindh U19)

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    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 beat Southern Punjab U19 by 91 runs

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 272-9, 50 overs (Maaz Sadaqat 93, Abbas Ali 91, Nasir Faraz 23; Awais Abbas 2-48, Tahir Hussain 2-53)

    Southern Punjab U19 181 all out, 46.3 overs (Mohammad Ammar 70, Mubashir Ali 50; Maaz Sadaqat 3-17, Ahmed Khan 3-23)

    Player of the match – Maaz Sadaqat


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    Lahore, 21 October 2020:

    Saim Ayub’s 121 helped his side to a close win against Central Punjab, taking his side to five consecutive wins in the tournament. Ismail Khan took six wickets to spearhead Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19’s to 85-run win over Balochistan in the National U19 One-Day Tournament. In the third game of the day, Southern Punjab beat Northern by three wickets.

    Central Punjab U19 v Sindh U19, Rana Naved-ul-Hasan Cricket Academy, Sheikhupura:

    In a thrilling contest, Sindh overcame Central Punjab by a margin of one wicket.

    After being put into bat, Central Punjab scored 262 for seven in 50 overs. Mohammad Huraira scored 109 off 118 balls, which included 12 fours and a six. Malik Abdul Rafay chipped in with an unbeaten 65-ball 60, hitting six fours and a six.

    Zeeshan Zamir grabbed four wickets for 50 runs in 10 overs.

    Sindh opening batsmen Mubashir Nawaz and Saim provided a solid start to the run-chase. The duo contributed 81 runs for the opening wicket. Mubashir scored a quickfire 34-ball 37, hitting two sixes and three fours. Next batsman Hassan Jafri (43 off 57 balls, five fours) stitched a 119-run partnership for the second wicket with Saim, who struck as many as 15 fours and two sixes in his 121 off 111 balls.
    For his match winning knock Saim bagged his third player of the match award of the tournament.

    After the departure of both batsmen, Sindh lost its way in the run-chase before Aaliyan Mehmood (6 not out, 23 balls) and Haider Razzaq (2 not out off 2 balls) took the side over the line with an unbeaten seven-run partnership for the 10th wicket.

    For Central Punjab, Ali Asfand took five wickets for 50 runs.

    Balochistan U19 v Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19, Country Club, Muridke:

    In a low scoring game, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa after being put into bat were dismissed for 153 in 41.5 overs. Haseeb Khan top-scored with a 79-ball 40, hitting six fours, while Haris Khan contributed 37 from 60 balls.

    For Balochistan, Aurangzaib, Mohammad Ibrahim Snr and Khalid Khan grabbed three wickets each.

    In reply, player of the match, left-arm-spinner Ismail grabbed six wickets for nine runs in 6.3 overs to help his side bowl out Balochistan for 68 in the 24th over. Ahmed Khan and Izhar Ahmed picked two wickets apiece.

    Northern U19 v Southern Punjab U19, LCCA Ground, Lahore:

    Faisal Akram’s five wickets and Uzair Mumtaz’s 42 runs helped Southern Punjab overcome Northern by three wickets. Batting first, Northern were bundled out for 123 in 32.1 overs courtesy player of the match Faisal’s five wickets for 29 runs in 9.1 overs. For Northern, Hassan Abid Kiyani top-scored with a 48-ball 27.

    In reply, Uzair and Aun Shehzad provided a solid start of 59. Aun contributed 25 from 57 balls, laced with four fours. Uzair innings of 42 included five fours from 108 balls.

    Southern Punjab chased down the target for the loss of seven wickets in the 39th over.

    This was Southern Punjab first win in the tournament.

    Scores in brief:

    Sindh U19 won by one wicket

    Central Punjab U19 262-7, 50 overs (Mohammad Huraira 109, Malik Abdul Rafay 60 not out, Hasnat Abbas 35; Zeeshan Zameer 4-50)

    Sindh U19 263-9, 45.5 overs (Saim Ayub 121, Hassan Jafri 43, Mubashir Nawaz 37; Ali Asfand 5-50, Arham Nawab 2-44)

    Player of the match – Saim Ayub (Sindh U19)

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 won by 85 runs

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 153 all out, 41.5 overs (Haseeb Khan 40, Haris Khan 37; Aurangzaib 3-20, Mohammad Ibrahim Snr 3-24, Khalid Khan 3-35)

    Balochistan U19 68 all out, 23.3 overs (Yasir Khan 15; Ismail Khan 6-9, Ahmed Khan 2-14, Izhar Ahmed 2-20)

    Player of the match – Ismail Khan (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19)

    Southern Punjab U19 won by three wickets

    Northern U19 123 all out, 32.1 overs (Hassan Abid Kiyani 27; Faisal Akram 5-29, Mohammad Majid 3-34, Awais Abbas 2-26)

    Southern Punjab U19 129-7, 38.3 overs (Uzair Mumtaz 42, Aun Shehzad 25, Mubashar Ali 24; Mehran Mumtaz 3-20, Mubasir Khan 2-36)

    Player of the match – Faisal Akram (Southern Punjab)


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    Not a single leg spinner according to this list

    https://www.pcb.com.pk/averages-repo...atch_type_id=4

    What a shame

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    Quote Originally Posted by shah_1 View Post
    Not a single leg spinner according to this list

    https://www.pcb.com.pk/averages-repo...atch_type_id=4

    What a shame
    Faisal Akram who won the man of the match for SP is a Left arm wrist spinner (Chinaman). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TS7-UJJGwd4

    There is one leg spinner Sajjad Khan on the first page and around 4 leg spinners on the second page.

    Good to see some right arm off spinners coming through as per list as Pak domestic cricket only has few decent around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Titan24 View Post
    Faisal Akram who won the man of the match for SP is a Left arm wrist spinner (Chinaman). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TS7-UJJGwd4

    There is one leg spinner Sajjad Khan on the first page and around 4 leg spinners on the second page.

    Good to see some right arm off spinners coming through as per list as Pak domestic cricket only has few decent around.
    Most of our finger spinners are bowling darts. Unless they can spin the ball

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    we need desperately a chinaman bowler something different and not many ppls can pick them...i rememeber ahsan baig coming through under 19s and just disappeared!!!

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    The quality of the upcoming batsmen looks appalling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Muhammad Saad View Post
    The quality of the upcoming batsmen looks appalling.
    Definitely I expected muhammed hurraira to top the batting charts good to see saim ayyub thierbut other than that it's been really poor show muhammed shezard who played for pakistan u19s averages 25 !

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    Sindh beat Balochistan by 117 runs in National U19 One-Day Tournament

    Central Punjab U19 and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 win their matches

    Lahore, 23 October 2020:

    Sindh registered their sixth win in as many matches in the ongoing National U19 One-Day Tournament on Friday. The other two matches were won by Central Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

    Balochistan U19 v Sindh U19, LCCA Ground, Lahore:

    Batting first, Sindh U19 made 257 all out from 49.2 overs. Hassan Jafri top-scored with an 86-ball 78, hitting eight fours and a six. He stitched a 124-run partnership for the fifth wicket with player of the match Ghazi Ghouri, who struck five fours in his innings of 69 from 75 balls.

    For Balochistan, Faiz Ullah and Hikmat Ullah bagged three wickets apiece.

    In reply, Balochistan were bowled out for 140 in 49 overs as leg-spinner Talha Ahsan returned four for 20 and Asim Ali grabbed three wickets for 29 runs.

    Mohammad Ayaz top-scored with an unbeaten 53 from 104 balls, hitting six fours.

    Central Punjab U19 v Southern Punjab U19, Country Club, Muridke:

    In Punjab derby, Central Punjab beat Southern Punjab by 74 runs.

    After being put into bat, Central Punjab were dismissed for 252 in 48.4 overs. Malik Abdul Rafay top-scored with 65 from 96 balls, nine of which were dispatched for fours. Mohammad Waqas (38), Ali Hassan (37) and Muneeb Zafar (31) were other notable scorers for Central Punjab.

    For Southern Punjab, Awais Abbas picked five wickets for 55 runs in 10 overs. Faisal Akram chipped in with three wickets, while Mohammad Shehzad grabbed two wickets.

    In reply, Southern Punjab were bundled out for 178 in 44.5 overs. Mohammad Shehzad top-scored with a 73-ball 55, hitting nine fours. Uzair Mumtaz (38 from 61 balls, six fours) contributed 94-run for the second wicket with Shehzad.

    For Central Punjab, Muneeb Wasif, who was also declared the best player of the match, grabbed four wickets for 37 runs in 10 overs. Saeed Ali took three wickets for 51 runs in 10 overs.

    Northern U19 v Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19, Rana Naved ul Hasan Cricket Academy, Sheikhupura:

    Abbas Ali’s unbeaten 104 helped Khyber Pakhtunkhwa to a convincing 92-run win over Northern and also earned him player of the match award.

    Batting first, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa scored 290 for seven in 50 overs. Abbas innings included nine fours and two sixes from 92 balls. He and Nasir Faraz knitted a 152-run partnership for the fourth wicket. Nasir scored a 76-ball 66, laced with five fours and two sixes.

    For Northern, Zaman Khan and Mehran Mumtaz took two wickets apiece.

    In reply, Northern were bowled out for 198 in 42.2 overs. Mubasir Khan (70 from 77 balls, eight fours and one six) and opener Hassan Abid Kiyani (66 from 77 balls, seven fours and one six) contributed a 113-run partnership for the second wicket.

    For Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, slow left-arm spinner Ismail Khan grabbed five wickets for 34 runs in 9.2 overs.

    Scores in brief:

    Sindh U19 beat Balochistan U19 by 117 runs

    Sindh U19 257 all out, 49.2 overs (Hassan Jafri 78, Ghazi Ghouri 69; Faiz Ullah 3-44, Hikmat Ullah 3-65, Basit Ali 2-4)

    Balochistan U19 140 all out, 49 overs (Mohammad Ayaz 53 not out, Mohammad Ibrahim Snr 30; Talha Ahsan 4-20, Asim Ali 3-29)

    Player of the match – Ghazi Ghouri (Sindh U19)

    Central Punjab U19 beat Southern Punjab U19 by 74 runs

    Central Punjab U19 252 all out, 48.4 overs (Malik Abdul Rafay 65, Mohammad Waqas 38, Ali Hassan 37, Muneeb Zafar 31; Awais Abbas 5-55, Faisal Akram 3-46, Mohammad Shehzad 2-58)

    Southern Punjab U19 178 all out, 44.5 overs (Mohammad Shehzad 55, Mohammad Uzair Mumtaz 38; Muneeb Wasif 4-37, Saeed Ali 3-51, Arham Nawab 2-30)

    Player of the match – Muneeb Wasif (Central Punjab U19)

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 beat Northern U19 by 92 runs

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 290-7, 50 overs (Abbas Ali 104 not out, Nasir Faraz 66; Zaman Khan 2-57, Mehran Mumtaz 2-63)

    Northern U19 198 all out, 42.2 overs (Mubasir Khan 70, Hassan Abid Kiyani 66, Abdul Faseeh 34; Ismail Khan 5-34)

    Player of the match – Abbas Ali (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19)


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    Mubashir Khan seems to have good stats, anyone have any videos

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    Faisal Akram’s six for 32 helped Southern Punjab to a comfortable six-wicket win over Balochistan in the ongoing National U19 One-Day tournament on Sunday.

    Balochistan U19 v Southern Punjab U19, LCCA Ground, Lahore:

    After electing to bat, Balochistan were bowled out for 200 runs in 42 overs as Faisal’s left-arm orthodox accounted for their six batsmen.

    Mohammad Ibrahim Snr scored 56 runs off 61 balls with the help of eight fours. Opener Mohammad Salman contributed 41 off 65 balls (four fours and a six).

    For Southern Punjab, Jahanzaib Razzaq was the other notable bowler with two wickets for 31.

    Southern Punjab overhauled the target in 43.1 overs for the loss of four wickets.

    Wicketkeeper-batsman Hasnain Majid scored 80 off 68 balls with eight fours and three sixes to ensure a simple chase for his side. Uzair Mumtaz scored 33 runs with the help of four fours.

    Faisal was adjudged player of the match.

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 v Sindh U19, Rana Naved ul Hasan Cricket Academy, Sheikhupura:

    Sindh were bowled out for 143 in 40 overs after they opted to bat. Opener Mubashir Nawaz top-scored with 65 off 89 balls. His innings included seven fours.

    Ghazi Ghouri was other notable scorer with a 55-ball 30.

    For Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, player of the match left-arm-spinner Zeeshan Ahmad took four wickets for 18 runs, while Ahmed Khan returned two for 13.

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa completed the chase in 40.2 overs for the loss of eight wickets.

    Hanif-ur-Rehman top-scored with 30 runs, while Maaz Sadaqat contributed 28 from 58 balls. Abbas Ali scored 27 runs.

    For Sindh, Aaliyan Mehmood took four wickets for 25 runs.

    This was Sindh’s first defeat in the tournament.

    Central Punjab U19 v Northern U19, Country Club, Muridke:

    Central Punjab scored 229 for nine after being asked to bat. Mohammad Waqas scored an unbeaten 84 off 111 balls, hitting nine fours. Malik Abdul Rafay chipped in with 68-ball 34, laced with five fours.

    For Northern, Zaman Khan grabbed three wickets for 43 runs. Mubasir Khan and Adil Naz took two wickets each.

    Northern chased down the target in the 50th over for the loss of seven wickets thanks to an unbeaten 104 off 155 by Abdul Faseeh.

    Faseeh smashed 11 fours and was awarded player of the match for his match-winning innings.

    Mohammad Raza-ul-Mustafa scored 51 from 89 balls, where he struck four fours. The duo contributed 137 runs for the second wicket.

    For Central Punjab, Hunain Shah and Hasnat Abbas picked three wickets for 50 and 56 runs, respectively.

    Scores in brief:

    Southern Punjab U19 beat Balochistan U19 by six wickets

    Balochistan U19 200 all out, 42 overs (Mohammad Ibrahim Snr 56, Mohammad Salman 41; Faisal Akram 6-32, Jahanzaib Razzaq 2-31)

    Southern Punjab U19 201-4, 43.1 overs (Hasnain Majid 80, Uzair Mumtaz 33)

    Player of the match – Faisal Akram (Southern Punjab U19)

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 beat Sindh U19 by two wickets

    Sindh U19 143 all out, 40 overs (Mubashir Nawaz 65, Ghazi Ghouri 30; Zeeshan Ahmed 4-18, Ahmed Khan 2-13)

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 144-8, 40.2 overs (Hanif-ur-Rehman 30, Maaz Sadaqat 28, Abbas Ali 27; Aaliyan Mehmood 4-25)

    Player of the match – Zeeshan Ahmed (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19)

    Northern U19 beat Central Punjab U19 by three wickets

    Central Punjab U19 229-9, 50 overs (Mohammad Waqas 84 not out, Malik Abdul Rafay 34, Ali Hassan 30; Zaman Khan 3-43, Mubasir Khan 2-39, Adil Naz 2-55)

    Northern U19 230-7, 49.3 overs (Abdul Faseeh 104 not out, Mohammad Raza-ul-Mustafa 51, Hussain 39; Hunain Shah 3-50, Hasnat Abbas 3-56)

    Player of the match – Abdul Faseeh (Northern U19)


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    Some of the younger batsmen are beginning to find their groove. Abdul Faseeh, Abbas Ali, Mubashar Ali, and Hussain are all doing better.

    Also, theres a 15 year old Maaz Sadaqat, left handed batsman playing for KPK. Made a match winning 93 a few matches ago and also bowls SLAO. 14th best batsman and 11th best bowler. 9 wickets in 7 matches at an average of 15.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thunderbolt14 View Post
    Some of the younger batsmen are beginning to find their groove. Abdul Faseeh, Abbas Ali, Mubashar Ali, and Hussain are all doing better.

    Also, there’s a 15 year old Maaz Sadaqat, left handed batsman playing for KPK. Made a match winning 93 a few matches ago and also bowls SLAO. 14th best batsman and 11th best bowler. 9 wickets in 7 matches at an average of 15.
    15 as in Naseems 15 or genuine 15.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bewal Express View Post
    Mubashir Khan seems to have good stats, anyone have any videos
    His century against Sindh U-19 from last year. Good stroke making and backlift, I hope he has fine tuned his footwork in last year or so:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bewal Express View Post
    15 as in Naseems 15 or genuine 15.
    No idea. Im just conveying whats on PCBs records - 95% of players in this tournament are 17 or 18 year olds, 5% are 19 year olds (turned 19 recently).

    There are only 2-3 kids who are listed as 15-16 year olds. He is one of them. Its possible hes exceptional at a young age, but you never know in Pakistan cricket.

    Regardless, his performances are good whatever the age. Worth keeping an eye on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Titan24 View Post
    His century against Sindh U-19 from last year. Good stroke making and backlift, I hope he has fine tuned his footwork in last year or so:

    On the second look, I think his backlift can also be improved. However, he is young and this video is from last year so maybe he has adjusted a few things already.

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    Southern Punjab captain Mohammad Shehzad and Northern’s Mubasir Khan orchestrated victories for their sides in the eighth round of the ongoing National U19 One-Day Tournament.

    In the other match of the round, Central Punjab defeated Khyber Pakhtunkhwa by eight runs as Ali Asfand took five wicket for 35 runs.

    Balochistan U19 v Northern U19, Country Club, Muridke:

    Mehran Mumtaz took four wickets for 36 runs, while Mubasir Khan and Sajjad Khan picked up two wickets each as Balochistan were bowled out for 182 in 46.2 overs after Northern captain Mohammad Raza-ul-Mustafa elected to bowl.

    Basit Ali with 35 was the top-scorer in the innings. He hit six fours from 34 balls. Opener Ali Ahmed, with 32 off 54, was the other notable run-getter.

    Northern chased down the target in 37 overs for the loss of four wickets as Mubasir followed his two wickets with a solid 69. Batting at four, he smashed 11 fours and a six in 63 balls.

    Abdul Faseeh made 60 runs off 88 balls with the help of six fours.

    For his all-round performance, Mubasir was named player of the match.

    Sindh U19 v Southern Punjab U19, Rana Naved ul Hasan Cricket Academy, Sheikhupura:

    Southern Punjab captain Mohammad Shehzad’s all-round performance led his team to a three-wicket win over Sindh.

    Batting first, Sindh managed 263 all out in 44.2 overs. Opener Mubashir Nawaz scored 93 off 97 balls with the help of 13 fours and one six. Wicketkeeper-batsman Ghazi Ghouri made 40 runs. Aaliyan Mehmood and Zeeshan Zameer added 23 and 22 runs, respectively, in the lower-order.

    Jahanzaib Razzaq and Mohammad Shehzad took three wickets each for 34 and 68. Faisal Akram took two wickets.

    Southern Punjab overhauled the target with five balls spare as Aun Shahzad and Mohammad Shehzad laid the foundations for the successful run-chase with a solid 155-run opening stand.

    Aun made 87 off 95 balls (11 fours, two sixes) and Shehzad scored 75 off 85 balls with the help of five fours and three sixes.

    The middle-order stuttered as Southern Punjab lost wickets at regular intervals. They had half of their batsmen back in the hut with 216 runs on the board.

    But, Uzair Mumtaz with a 58-ball 42 ensured that Southern Punjab got over the line. Batting at number four, he hit four fours and a six.

    Sindh’s Aaliyan Mehmood took three wickets while Asim Ali took two wickets.

    Central Punjab U19 v Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19, LCCA Ground, Lahore:

    Ali Asfand spun Central Punjab to a thrilling victory over Khyber Pakhtunkhwa by taking five wickets for 35 runs in 10 overs.

    Batting first, Central Punjab were bowled out for 164 in 45.5 overs. Captain Mohammad Huraira and Sameer Saqib scored 32 runs each, while tail-enders Ali Asfand, Hunain Shah and Arham Nawab scored 16, 13 not out and 12, respectively, to take the team to a fighting score.

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Ismail Khan took three while Zeeshan Ahmad took two wickets.

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa fell eight runs short as they were bowled out for 156 in 38 overs thanks to Ali, who was named player of the match. Muneeb Wasif provided Ali valuable support by taking two wickets for 40 runs.

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s highest-score was recorded by number nine batsman Ahmed Khan (32), while captain Abbas Ali made 31.

    Scores in brief:

    Northern U19 beat Balochistan U19 by six wickets

    Balochistan U19 182 all out, 46.2 overs (Basit Ali 35, Ali Ahmad 32, Haseebullah 27; Mehran Mumtaz 4-36, Mubasir Khan 2-28, Sajjad Khan 2-30)

    Northern 183-4, 37 overs (Mubasir Khan 69, Abdul Faseeh 60, Mohammad Raza-ul-Mustafa 30 not out)

    Player of the match – Mubasir Khan (Northern U19)

    Southern Punjab U19 beat Sindh U19 by three wickets

    Sindh U19 263 all out, 44.2 overs (Mubashir Nawaz 93, Ghazi Ghouri 40, Aaliyan Mehmood 23, Zeeshan Zameer 22; Jahanzaib Razzaq 3-34, Mohammad Shehzad 3-68, Faisal Akram 2-47)

    Southern Punjab U19 267-7, 49.1 overs (Aun Shahzad 87, Mohammad Shehzad 75, Uzair Mumtaz 42; Aaliyan Mehmood 3-60, Asim Ali 2-47)

    Player of the match – Mohammad Shehzad (Southern Punjab)

    Central Punjab U19 beat Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 by eight runs

    Central Punjab U19 164 all out, 45.5 overs (Mohammad Huraira 32, Sameer Saqib 32; Ismail Khan 3-30, Zeeshan Ahmed 2-27)
    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U19 156 all out, 38 overs (Ahmad Khan 32, Abbas Ali 31, Haris Khan 21; Ali Asfand 5-35, Muneeb Wasif 2-40)

    Player of the match – Ali Asfand (Central Punjab U19)


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    Abdul Faseeh, topping the batting charts at an average of 60 in 8 games. Next best average is 40...

    Worth keeping an eye on.

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    Ghazi Ghauri(WK Batsman) has impressive stats in all age group, doing well here as well

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    Mobashar guy did well again..and finally the allrounder shezad with a performance need him to fire

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omer2002 View Post
    Mobashar guy did well again..and finally the allrounder shezad with a performance need him to fire
    Mubasir Khan - 2nd highest wicket taker and 7th best batsman. 19 wickets in 8 matches at an average of 12. RAOB.

    Constantly chips in with the bat, has a healthy average of 30, in a tournament where the best bats average 39-40 (with one exception who averages 60).

    Hes 19, so wont be selected for the U-19 team, but I would like to see him promoted to the Northern Second XI.

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    One of the problems with using stats at this level is the elephant in the room-that is guys in their 20s pretending to be 17 or 18. A year at that age group makes a big difference, 3 or 4 makes a huge difference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bewal Express View Post
    One of the problems with using stats at this level is the elephant in the room-that is guys in their 20s pretending to be 17 or 18. A year at that age group makes a big difference, 3 or 4 makes a huge difference.
    Muhammed shezard on the pcb website stated hes 14...

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    Quote Originally Posted by shamaan View Post
    Muhammed shezard on the pcb website stated hes 14...
    Which we know is total rubbish. He will be around 17 or 18

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bewal Express View Post
    Which we know is total rubbish. He will be around 17 or 18
    100 percent

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bewal Express View Post
    Which we know is total rubbish. He will be around 17 or 18
    He is 17 according to the original date of birth (a two year difference, as he was 16 when he was claimed to be 14). He is also now corrected as 17 according to the score sheets being used by the PCB during this tournament.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thunderbolt14 View Post
    He is 17 according to the original date of birth (a two year difference, as he was 16 when he was claimed to be 14). He is also now corrected as 17 according to the score sheets being used by the PCB during this tournament.
    Which i could have told you without any paperwork.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bewal Express View Post
    Which i could have told you without any paperwork.
    Im just clarifying before someone comes in saying hes 23.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thunderbolt14 View Post
    I’m just clarifying before someone comes in saying he’s 23.
    But i can guarantee that there will be 22/23 playing in the U19 Comp. Its the fundamental weakness of the U19 tournaments. It leads to misallocation of resources on overaged players as they look good.


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