Batsmen

 

Majeed Jahangir - Player Signed 2015

 

A prolific league professional, with an exemplary record in the North Lancs Premier league, where 3 stints at Keswick, Furness and Millom prove.

Majeed is a top 3 bat who bowls off spin and medium pace. Throughout that term, Majeed scored over 7000 league runs coupled with over 250 wickets.

In 2011, Majeed, played for Dulwich in the Surrey Championship and tallied 812 runs @ 58.50 and took 38 wickets @ 13.42 at Dulwich in 2011.

Some prior stats include 1018 runs @ 92.55 with 38 wickets at 17.50, at Millom in 2010. Four summers at Furness saw 3430 league runs at 58.13 with over 100 wickets.  Returned to League duties in 2014, at Ulverston in the North Lancs League and again performed all summer with bat and ball, which lead to all parties agreeing terms for 2015 very easily.

An excellent Level 2 coach, who is happy to lead and assist, with senior and junior club members alike.

Majeed comes with super references.

http://www.espncricinfo.com/pakistan/content/player/41347.html

 
 
Taufeeq Umar
 
Left handed Taufeeq Umar first played in the UK in 1996 in the U15 World Cup.  He then toured in 1998 with the U19 side.
 
His first entry into League Cricket at Hetton Lyons in 2001, was cut short after a few weeks, where he was called into the National Team.  He responded by scoring a Century on Test Debut and made his ODI debut, a few weeks later.
 
Taufeeq is an opening batsman who relies on solidity and patience.  His is quick footed and pulls and cuts well.  He has represented Pakistan in West Indies, UAE, Sri Lanka, Australia, England and South Africa.
 
In 2005, he played league cricket at Benwell Hill, in the North East Premier league and scored 765 runs @ 69.55 a league record at the time.  He left 5 weeks early for Pak A duties, but left the club extremely happy in his services.  
After suffering a loss of form and being ignored by Pakistan selectors, he defected to the ICL.
 
Despite the setback, this was also followed up with a 2 month stint in the Northern Premier League for Lancaster in 2008.
 
He returned to big time cricket with a bang after a 4 year gap and recently scored a Test match best of 236 v Sri Lanka, before being dropped despite an injury in 2012.  This winter, Taufeeq has been recalled to the fray for the ongoing Australia & New Zealand Test series.
 
In total, Taufeeq has played 65 times for Pakistan and scored nearly 3500 International runs.
 
Taufeeq is ECB Level 2 qualified and turns the ball as a genuine off spinner, who has taken wickets with white and red ball.
 
 
 
Mohammad Awais
 
Another player from the Pakistan U19 conveyor belt.   Awais represented Pakistan juniors on 9 occasions and toured Zimbabwe & Sri Lanka.
 
Awais has progressed to playing for Sui Gas, and understudy to Pakistan’s Adnan Akmal.
 
He is developing his abilities as a reliable middle order batsman and has scored a maiden FC century.
 
Awais’s abilities are not restricted to keeping, and he does bowl competent leg breaks during his club matches.
 
He is now eager to further his cricket development with a season in the UK and would consider most options.
 
 
 
Zulqarnain Haider
 
Pakistan Test and ODI keeper-batsman who scored a feisty 88 on Test Debut last year.
 
Zulqarnain was earmarked for future honours, when he played a major part in Pakistan U19 World Cup Victory with 5 dismissals in the Final, then several appearances against India, England, Sri Lanka, Australian A teams.
 
Apart from the Test tour in 2010, Zulqarnain also played in 2008, as Pro for Liversedge in Central Yorks Prem league and was consistent with the bat and bowled some off spin.  In 2007, he played 5 games under former England seamer, Phil De Freitas’ captaincy in the Notts Premier, scoring 278 runs averaging 55 plus.
 
He seeks a return to League duties to enhance his abilities and also undertake the ECB Level 2 qualification. 'Zoni' has played nearly 100 FC games, tallying the best part of 4000 FC runs at an average nearing 30.
 
Any club looking for an International batsman who can keep, can bowl a spell often, could do no wrong looking at his credentials.
 
 
 
Zain Abbas
 
Multan born Zain, is a left handed opening bat whose mannerisms duplicate his cricketing idol, Saeed Anwar.  Zain is an aggressive and stylish opening bat who was fast tracked into the Pakistan Academy development programme after impressing at regional U19 level.
 
His First Class debut was against a strong Punjab side and he did not disappoint in carrying his bat for 71*.  The next game was the televised Pentangular 5 day Final.  His opponents boasted an International attack that included Mohammad Sami, Sohail Khan and Danish Kaneria, however, the youngster was not overawed and powered his way to a 106 ball 90.  In 50 over cricket, he has scored 381 runs in 5 innings with a best of 122.  He is striking at over 103 runs per 100 balls faced and 127 runs per 100 deliveries faced in T20 format as 224 runs in 6 games proves.
 
Zain is now representing KRL in the Quaid e Azam Trophy and was also named in the Pakistan U25 team to play in the SAARC Cup.  Zain also bowls off spin and in his debut UK season, has scored 444 runs and taken 29 wickets in 11 games.  Level 2 qualified.
 
 
Faisal Ather
 
One of the unlucky ones in Pakistan cricket, not to have gone on to play regular International cricket.  Toured England in 2003 and returned home after breaking his finger a few days after.  Has never had a look in thereafter due to the illustrious household names in Pakistan’s batting order.
 
A high class top order batsmen who played a solitary ODI.  He has amassed in excess of 10,000 career runs, can keep wicket and also started to bowl more frequently.  Faisal seeks his first full professional engagement, however he did average 202 during a several game period in 2005, which is backed up with an excellent club reference.  A real match winner with the bat, whose bowling should not be underestimated, along with his outstanding knowledge of the game.  Faisal even keeps wicket in FC cricket when needed. Would need to undertake the UKCC Level 2 as part of any engagement.
 
 
 
 
Shoaib Khan
 
A classy top order bat with a first class triple hundred . Shoaib has played 137 first class matches thus far, scoring 7050 runs at a shade under 36.  He is arguably one of the best close/slip catches in the country with 163 career catches in 4 day format.
 
A very motivated individual who has immense league pro experience in Huddersfield, Bradford, Home Counties, Scottish, Irish and North East Prem leagues.
 
The 2012 return to the UK was hampered by weather, however, in the North East Premier League, he still ended in the top 10 league run scorers with 500 runs and 33 wickets.  In 2013 season, Shoaib moved to Clydesdale in the Scottish National Premier as player-coach.  He ended up 5th in the league run charts, and ended the season with 1006 league and cup runs. Shoaib happily invests and inputs an immense amount of time coaching and has excellent references from every club, he has been engaged at.  Shoaib is UKCC qualified and has accumulated many hours of passing his knowledge to club members alike.  Excellent reference available.
 
 
 
Yasir Hameed
 
Yasir is a top order batsman with proven ability throughout the world.  He has played 81 Internationals and toured Australia, England, New Zealand, Sri Lanka, West Indies and the cricketing cauldron of India.  Had a prolific domestic winter in 2011/12, aggregating 1124 runs at an average of 47.  He captained Abbottabad in the T20 tournament, and totalled 384 runs @ 76.80.  Yasir played several years as a league pro before his career blossomed and rekindled the bug with some deft efforts as a sub pro in 2012.  
 
His FC career aggregates approaching 11,000 FC runs and over 7,500 white ball runs. This includes 3,500 International runs.
 
Another high class name seeking competitive league cricket.  Would require UKCC Level 2 as part of any employment.
 
 
 
Mohammad Wasim
 
Scored a Test Century on debut against New Zealand, Wasim was seen as an outstanding batting prospect by many Pakistan greats. Unfortunately, this wasn’t the case, as Wasim suffered at the hands of inconsistent selection policies.  He was due to be recalled to the Test squad in 2010 after 3 seasons of 50+ averages.  He suffered again with selection issues.  In between this, Wasim, came very close to playing Test Cricket for New Zealand after settling there.  Wasim is a world class batsman and bowls leg breaks.  Has several years experience in Holland, Liverpool and East Anglian cricket.  NZCC Level 2 qualified.  
 
 
 
Asim Kamal
 
A middle ordered southpaw with true fighting grit and quality.  Asim scored 99 on Test Debut versus South Africa.  In every Test, Asim scored runs batting against the 2nd new ball more often than not and inexplicably, played just 12 Tests, despite an average of 38.
 
Asim then continued with religion before coming back into FC cricket after several spells away and scored a century on his 1st dig back.  The Karachiite plays for Karachi and Port Qasim which incldues several International players.  Asim has 1 season in ireland in the early 2000's before his elevation to Test status.
 
Blessed with bags of experience with over 130 four day games under his belt and near 7000 FC runs.
 
Looking to come to the UK and undertake the UKCC 2 and show his undoubted skills.  Off the field a gent as one would expect.
 
 
 
Shahid Yousaf
 
Another graduate from the U19 World Cup winning side.  Shahid’s also represented Pakistan A.  He was also called up as a replacement on the 2006 Pakistan tour to England.  Shahid is a powerful top order batsman with the full range of shots in his repertoire.  Despite being 28 years old, he has amassed nearly 300 games in FC, List A and T20 matches.  He also bowls very useful seam up and despite having good sup pro experience within 3 leagues, he now seeks a more permanent engagement within any league structure to further develop his career, gain the Level 2 coaching qualification and prove his class.
 
 
 
Ammar Mahmood - Under offer 2015
 
Ammar is a First Class opening batsman, who captains Faisalabad in 4 day cricket. Ammar occupies the crease and scores attractive runs against quality new ball bowlers.
 
He is Level 2 qualified and represented Cleckheaton in 2010, scoring over 800 league runs, coupled with 30 wickets.  He made a return in 2012, and like all players, suffered due to inclement weather conditions.  Despite that he scored over 400 league runs and took crucial wickets, which saw his side finish runners up in the strong first division.  His 2013 return saw him help his side to a Division 1 title win after some 30 years.  Ammar contributed over 620 league runs and took 31 wickets.  He missed the title festivities by returning home 2 games early to prepare for the Faisalabad Wolves Champions League Qualifiers.  The 3 games also saw him top soocre with 34 v Sunrisers, where he took on both Dale Steyn and Ishant Sharma with his early onslaught.
 
Ammar is a very personable individual and gets on with eveyrone on and off the field.  Again, an excellent club reference available.
 
 
 
Umair Khan
 
Umair is a top order left hand bat who has represented Pakistan A.  Umair is a consistent performance in domestic cricket, closing in on 5000 First class runs at 35.
 
Previous UK experience at Greenmount in the Bolton League tallied 718 runs at 40 and 15 wickets in 2009.
 
Umair is Level 2 qualified and offers much more with the ball backed with a solid batting prowess and Level 2 coaching credentials.
 
 
Shoaib Ahmed
 
Shoaib is a rising talent.  Bats very similar to a young 'Inzamam' did.  Shoaib has exploded onto the First Class and List A scene in Pakistan, with a bang in his debut season.  He averages 36 in 4 day and 35 in 1 day cricket and scored his 20 over runs at 108 per 100 balls.
 
The 24 year old is also a genuine medium pace bowler, and has opened the bowling in U19 and U23 cricket, which can be verified.
 
He seeks his first UK engagement in 2014, and would require UKCC 2 credentials.  Shoaib would not be out of place in any league standard and presents a golden nugget opportunity.
 
 
Mohammad Yasin
 
Yasin has been playing FC cricket for nearly 5 years and developed into a very good top order/opening batsman at the top level of Pakistan departmental cricket for Khan Research Laboratories (KRL).  Regualr performances in all formats have seen his averages move up to 31, 34 and 46 respectively.
 
The player seeks his first overseas engagement and adds very competent medium pace to his abilities.  Therefore, presenting himself to be a useful acquisition for any club.  In terms of on and off the field, he is looking to advance, learn about coaching and improve his cricket.  Would require UKCC 2.