Spin Bowlers & All Rounders

Adnan Rasool

Adnan’s first foray into league cricket was an outstanding success.
He took over 100 league and cup wickets for his Lancashire League club and was quickly retained for a second season.
Adnan is a highly rated off spinner, with Pakistan star, Saeed Ajmal, a vocal supporter of his abilities, publically stating ‘he is the best off spinner in Pakistan after me!'.  He has attended several Pakistan National Camps, at the behest of Kamran Akmal, Misbah and Hafeez.
The 2012/13 domestic season haul of 61 wickets @ 23.60, didnt go unnoticed.  Adnan was selected to represent Pakistan A, under the leadership of Shahid Afridi.
A classical off spinner who posses, the all important ‘doosra’ and is a capable middle order batsman for league cricket.
Adnan is Level 2 qualified.  His stats in 2012, were 399 runs @ 19.95 and 95 wickets @ 12.35.  This topped 110 with replayed games in his maiden season.  In 2013, he totalled 374 runs @ 20.77  and 76 wickets @ 15.28.  Adnan missed 2 games in the midst of the season to travel back to Pakistan, like many other Pakistani professionals in the UK, for the Pakistan National T20 Ramadan Cup, for his State Bank employers.
Adnan played a pivotal role in helping Burnley win the Worsley Cup after a gap of some 30 years.
For 2014, Adnan moved to Ainsdale in the Liverpool Competition, scoring 400 runs and 55 wickets at under 14 before an early return home for Champions League preparations.  'AD's' 2015 season saw him increase his wickets to 63, mixed with 281 useful runs. 
The 2016 summer saw his North Staffs League debut for Meakins. He scored 358 runs at 19.89 with 59 wickets at 16.54 which ended his side as Premier League runners up.  His 2017 return, went one better as Meakins raced to the League title.  Adnans work included 60 wickets at 13.27 and 300 runs at 30, ensured his 2018 return.
Adnan became an inaugural signing in the Pakistan Super League for 2016, with Lahore, alongside 'World Boss', Chris Gayle, Dwayne Bravo and Pakistan ODI captain, Azhar Ali.
An outstanding off spinner, with all the guile and tricks needed to take wickets and proven.


Fawad Alam - signed 2018

An outstanding all round cricketer.  Fawad was part of the 2003 U19 World Cup winning team.  He was inducted into the National Academy programme and toured Australia with Pakistan A, as well as representing the Pakistan Academy in Nepal , Kenya, Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe with consistent performances as skipper.
These successes projected him to International honours versus Sri Lanka in 2007.  
Fawad is a combative left handed bat, who bowls slow left arm and is an outstanding fielder in any position.  
He was part of the ICC T20 World Cup winning side in 2009 and a regular in Pakistanwhite ball squads for nearly 3 years.  This culminated in a Test debut which he will never forget, scoring 168 as a makeshift opener and repelling Herath and Ajantha Mendis on a turning track.  In told, he has played 3 Tests, 24 T20 Internationals and 27 ODI’s.
Fawad was dropped without reason from the National side in 2010 and churned out runs at all levels for his recall in 2014.  His batting average since then in ODI cricket is 69. This includes a maiden ODI ton.
Fawad has had 3 small stints as a premier league pro in the UK, which yielded 991 runs @ 55.05 & 49 wickets @ 16.78 in the North Lincs League.  There are 2 tours in 2009 and 2010 with Pakistan also.
His 2013 stint at Haverigg was prolific with bat and ball before a shoulder injury saw him return home, with 572 runs @ 71.50, with 18 wickets @ 11.50. UKCC 2 qualified.
Statistically, he averages 56.51 in FC cricket with 10172 runs, 5526 List A runs at 48.05, and 2072 T20 runs.  Made a ODI return in April and also captained Pakistan A versus England in the UAE, as well as leading the A team versus England Lions series in January 2016.
An outstanding 2017 season helping Clitheroe win their Lancashire League title for the first time of asking, made it a formality for his signature, scoring 599 runs at 54.46 and 38 wickets at 11.10.
Usama Mir
Unusually tall for a Pakistani spinner, 21 year old Usama, stands 6 foot 3 tall, and earmarked as a future talent.
This talent saw him gain a PSL contract for Karachi Kings in 2017, and retained again for the 2018 version.
Played 8 FC games, however already represented Pakistan at 19 and 23 levels. 
His PSL exploits saw him hold his own place in a star studded team, alongside Gayle, Bopara, Pollard, Babar Azam, M Amir, Shoaib Malik, Sohail Khan, Imad Wasim and Sangakara.
A young leg spinner who rips his leg break as the below you tube clips will show. His batting is improving all the time and averages 17.30 in red ball cricket.
Looking for his maiden engagement and would need Level 2 as part of this.  An outstanding talent that provides an employer a true capability to win a club a title.
Jahangir Mirza
Former Pakistan U19 World Cup winner, Jahangir made a super return to league cricket in 2014, with 586 league runs at 41.86 and 40 wickets at 13.70 for Highfield in the Liverpool Competition.  These stats gave his side promotion to the Premier League and being retained for the 2015 season, a formality.  The 2016 summer, wasnt as prolific, as 417 and 27 wickets prove.  Jahangir represented Pakistan U19 on 23 occasions in 1 and 4 day cricket as an all rounder, batting 3 and bowling off spin. Apart from collecting a World Cup winner’s medal, he also toured Sri Lanka and Bangladesh as part of his development.
Now, settled in the WAPDA first class side under International star, Rana Naveed’s leadership, Jahangir continues to work hard in all departments and playing formats. His skills have seen him average 38 with the bat in One day cricket and nearly 30 in 4 day games. His off breaks are regularly employed in T20 format, where he has a best of 4/28.  UKCC 2 qualified.


Tahir Khan - resigned 2017

One of those cricketers, who would have undoubtedly played at the highest level, despite making two Full Pakistan tours, Tahir was unable to break the stronghold, by the illustrious Saqlain Mushtaq, then Arshad Khan and Shoaib Malik.
Nonethless, Tahir has forged a successful FC career with PIA and played at many times at ‘A’ team level.
A motivated cricket, Tahir had 3 excellent years in the North Staffordshire League, and then decided to concentrate on studies.
A return to league cricket in 2012, saw him gain ECB Level 2 credentials and perform credibly despite the poor summer at Ainsdale in the Liverpool Competition, where he scored 486 runs @ 27 with 49 wickets @ 19.  At the higher level, Tahir celebrated his 100th FC game, with an 11th career 5 wicket haul. This long term excellence sees him creeping towards a double of 3000 runs and 300 wickets.  A career aggregate of 2893 runs at 29.22, is better than many other front line batters engaged at clubs.  Additionally, 311 wickets at 27.75, validate his unquestionable quality. 
Tahir's 2015 summer was at Tynemouth in the North East Premier League, where he scored 704 runs and 74 wickets.  The 2016 return saw another consistent season taking 58 scalps at 13.58 and 495 runs.  Tahir provides very impressive coaching skills and abilities.  His 3rd season, saw another 70 wickets at 13.46, a 3 year tally of 202 wickets at 14.22, with another 463 runs. Excellent reference available for his on and off field abilities. Level 2 qualified.
Abdur Rehman
‘Mani’ has reaped the rewards of patience in his career with Sialkot and Habib Bank. He has played 22 Tests, 31 ODIs and 8 T20Int's and had several years of Professional League cricket in the Surrey Championship, North Staffs and Bolton Leagues.   He is a genuine all rounder who has scored 1000 runs in a club summer, complimented with many wickets.  Toured England with the National side in 2010, and played a part in helping his side beat England in the UAE Test series, the following winter.
He sub pro’d in the Lancashire & North Staffs leagues for 6 weeks during his last stint in 2010, averaging 40 with the bat and 14 with the ball.  A classical left arm spinner, who is a very organised bat. Has 609 FC wickets and 3498 four day career runs.
Abdur enjoyed his spell as overseas pro at Somerset in 2012 in Championship and One day cricket.  Was resigned for 2013, but unable to play due to International committments. Resigned for Somerset for all formats for the 2015 season.  Played 22 Tests, 31 ODIs and 8 T20Ints and represents Habib Bank at Pakistan domestic level.
An outstanding, experienced cricketer with bat and ball who enjoys playing the game with a smile. Level 2 qualified.
Mohtashim Ali
A seasoned league professional who plays for Karachi and State Bank in Pakistan cricket.  Mohtashim has 9 years of mainly playing in the North East.  Level 2 qualified. A compact left handed top order batsman and left arm spinner. His last 6 years in the Tyneside League have gathered him 4900 runs and 185 wickets.  Prior to this, he had spells in Bradford, Huddersfield and Central Yorkshire League.  
Mohtashim represented Sacriston in the North East Premier Division 1 in 2012, and was prolific during a rain savaged season.  He scored 1279 runs @ 71.06 with 29 wickets @ 18.62.  A re-signing formality for 2013 took place.  This year, the results to date are 953 runs @ 39.71 and 30 wickets @ 17.13. Seeks another challenge for 2014, as his club are unable to retain him due to a shortage of finances.
Sohail Ahmed
A former Pakistan U19 and Academy player, Sohail has forged himself a stable First Class career, as a utility cricketer capable of batting anywhere and bowling left arm spin.  He was the winner of the Pakistan T20 bowler of the tournament in 2008.  Sohail models himself on his hero, Aamir Sohail.
Over 50 First Class match career with 5 centuries. Also averages 41 in one day domestic cricket.  Level 2 qualified.  Sohail has been a permanent fixture in the Surrey Championship for 10 years, chalking up 5314 runs at 43 with 234 wickets at 20. 
He will be back once again for Esher in 2018, which is a testament to his immense value at the club, on the field as a former Pro and captain, as well as off the park, developing the immense Junior section and future 1st XI cricketers.
Zulfiqar Babar
Vastly experienced left arm spinner, Zulfiqar made a late entry into International cricket.
Having played 15 Tests, 5 ODIs and 7 T20int, Babar never disappointed his skipper and performed credibly as the second spinner, mainly to the more illustrious Saeed Ajmal or Abdur Rehman.
Further to this, several international tours mean that Zulfiqar, has bowled on many surfaces and different conditions.
The guily left arm spinner offers control and probes away looking for opposition chinks.  He has nearly 450 first class wicket at 23.59.  Babar is a competent bat who has a FC average of nearly 17 and over 2500 career runs.
His List A and T20 bowling stats are excellent also, along with many a useful runs as a Test half century proves.
Would need Level 2 as part of his 2018 engagement, however, an excellent cricketer, who offers experience and skills on and off the field.
An excellent 2017/18 winter for WAPDA, sees 21 wickets at 12.95 thus far.
Riffatullah Mohmand
‘Riffy’ as he is affectionately known as, has been a cricketing legend at Cockermouth in the North Lancs Premier League.  In 6 prosperous summers, he aggregated over 6500 runs at 70 plus and 250 wickets at 16, bowling left arm spin.  He moved into the Derbyshire Premier, and despite having to leave a few week early this year, he scored 700 runs @ 40 and took 49 wickets at 10.55.  Add his two prior seasons, this Pakistan A star makes it, 2500 runs at 50+ with 110 wickets at 15. This does not include 372 professional games, 13,970 runs, a best of 302, make Riffy a consumate professional in every sense.  Level 2 qualified.
Riffy also shares the best ever 2nd wicket stand in First Class cricket history of 580.
After a prolific 2015 T20 winter, Riffy was rewarded with an International T20 debut at aged 39 against England and followed up by playing for PSL champs, Islamabad in 2016. Played as an overseas Pro in the Bangladesh Premier League also.
Club reference:
'Riffat was a fantastic professional on the field and was consistently in the top three of the averages with both bat and ball during his time with us. He played for us for six years and was an integral member of the club. Without a doubt he is one of the best ever professional's to play in our league and that is a view that you will find repeated by every club in our league'.
Ian Buchanan – Cockermouth CC
Zohaib Khan
Zohaib signed to Benwell Hill as an unknown quantity in 2009.
Since then, his performances have excelled with bat and ball.  More importantly, his off the field attitudes have exemplified his manner, especially during coaching sessions.
In a 7 year stint, the all rounder, has galvanised his team into winning trophies. His efforts over this period in league and cup matches, totals 4592 runs at 42.52 and 340 wickets @ 14.66.  This includes 1013 runs and 92 league/cup wickets in 2013.  Zohaibs performances in 2014, were even more impressive, scoring 1303 runs & 83 wickets. 
The 2015 summer, was highly consistent again, with 802 runs and 50 wickets.  Over a 7 year period, 6697 at 42.12 and 473 wickets at 14.79 proved Zohaib to be one of the best.  Zohaib was released by the club and left many a friend behind during an emotional farewell.
This loss, was Leek's gain, as they quickly snapped up Zohaib to star in the North Staffs Prem in 2016
His total FC career now shows 3,693 runs at 36.93 and 172 wickets at 30.45.
Zohaib captained Peshawar Panthers, to the National T20 title, and remarkably in 2015/16, retained their title. Still, without attracting the National selectors attention.  The 2016/17 season, saw him lead his charges to a runners up spot.
Zohaib gained selection for Lahore Qalanders in the inaugural Pakistan Super League - playing alongside Chris Gayle, Dwayne Bravo, Umar Akmal and more.
Gained International recognition in January 2016, when selected for Pakistan A tour to the UAE versus England Lions series, as well as making the Pakistan Boot Camp for the 2016 series, which he, unluckily missed out on selection.
Signed for Leek in 2016, and despite missing the top and tail of the season, performed credibly once settled to agree terms for a 2 year return in 2017 and 18.
Phil Nicholson – Benwell Hill and Northumberland CCC captain’s reference:-
‘Many of our members regard Zohaib, as our best ever Professional. That is some Compliment when the recent & not so recent competition is so strong. It is rare that he does not contribute with bat or ball – a quick look at his record proves that fact.  The raw figures show his all-round quality in the North East Premier League.  On top of that, Zohaib is fully committed to his team mate’s success and that of the club.  He is a fine player and a fine man to play cricket with’.
Shoaib Nasir - Not available
Shoaib was a late signing into the Northants 1st Division in 2012, however he impressed immediately upon arrival and through the season.  Despite the inclement weather, he gathered 583 league runs @ 64.78, as well as scalping 22 wickets at 17.36. 
Ended the 2014 domestic season in a blaze of glory on TV in the Regional 5 day final, scoring a polished 177.  The season ended with a solid performance of 656 runs at 38.58. A 31 game FC career to date that has yielded 1548 runs at 26.23. Has a best of 112 in List A cricket also.
Shoaib played for Lullington Park in the Derbyshire League in 2015, scoring 611 league runs at 38.19, but his bowling was rarely used. Had a prolific 2016 summer, scoring 931 runs at 71.62 and 17 wickets at 24.88 in the Northants League for Geddington.
Shoaib offers a cost effective option and someone who lives cricket and seeking a return to the UK in 2018, once this 5 FC matches have been played.



Ali Azmat

A prolific league professional, with a huge reputation after 7 years in the Ribblesdale League.

Lahore based, top order bat, Ali Azmat has punished bowlers alike, scoring 7713 league runs at 54.32.  His orthodox slow left arm spin has bagged 377 wickets at 19, during this time.  Ali has also played in the Lancashire and Northern Leagues as a sub professional.

A qualified and experienced ECB Level 2 coach, Ali’s 66 match FC career sees his batting average of 38.95 in 4 day cricket, as well as being successful in 1 day and T20 formats at the higher level.  The 2015/16 domestic season netted him 595 runs at 49.58.  The 2016 season was played in the GMCL with Stand CC, where his exploits of 657 runs & 46 wickets helped towards club promotion. His 2017 return was not as explosive with the bat scoring just 300 but taking 46 wickets at 9.73.
Being a left arm spinner and a very accomplished batsman, Ali offers a club, one of the best all round options available, whose now UK resident.  A consummate club professional seeking a North West based club.




Mansoor Ahmed

Karachi based Mansoor ‘s previous spells in the North Lancashire, Northern and Liverpool Competition, provide a club with the mysteries and guile of leg spin and googly variety with a genuine middle order batsman.
Two summers in the North Lancashire League grossed 800 runs and 144 wickets.  At St. Annes, in the Northern Premier league, he scored 479 runs @ 26.61 and took 63 wickets at 16.92.
He also played a s a sub pro for St Annes in 2007 over 6 weeks, scoring 261 runs @ 65.25 and took 17 wickets @ 20.59.
Prior to this, in 2006, he was the Professional for Keswick in the North Lancashire league averaging 35.83 with the bat and taking 44 wickets @ 20.57.
Signed for Tonge CC in Bolton in 2015, taking 57 wickets at 26 and 310 runs.
Mansoor is ECB Level 2 qualified. Excellent club references available.



Mohammad Nawaz

An International allrounder in the making.

Nawaz (23) won a place in the 2016 Pakistan ODI squad, after a very consistent Pakistan A tour, performing against Sri Lanka A an England Lions with bat and ball.

Nawaz has played  International cricket across all three formats and made his ODI debut in England in 2016. Has risen from Pakistan Under 15 level.  He represents National Bank, domestically.

A correct middle order bat and left arm spinner.  Nawaz performs equally in both departments.  He has a FC top score of 170 and List A of 187, with an average of 31.87.  Bowling wise, the left arm tweaker has a best of 7/31 in red ball cricket with 4 wicket hauls across both white ball formats.

Also played the inaugural PSL for Quetta Gladiators.  Played U19 World Cup in Australia.

Nawaz is an outstanding young cricketer with a potentially bright future. Awaiting 2018 availability, due to International committments, having earned his maiden Test cap to follow his ODI appearances.  Part of the Pakistan Team to play the World XI, for crickets return to Pakistan.  Played 3 Tests, 9 ODIs and 7 T20Int.



Jehan Mubarak

A new signing with outstanding credentials.

Jehan (35) has represented Sri Lanka in all 3 International formats with great success with near 70 caps under his belt, as well as SL U19 and A team levels, and toured Pakistan, Bangaldesh, South Africa and India.

The class southpaw middle order bat who is a genuine all rounder, with his off spin which has gathered him nearly 200 career wickets.  Added to this are 10,000 FC runs with a career best of 222.

Many a pundit rate Jehan as the best fielder in Sri Lanka also. Alongside this, Jehan, has played BPL, Champions League and also a World Cup.

As far as UK experience goes, Jehan toured in 2004 with Sri Lanka, as well as making a Test appearance on their 2006 visit.  After this, a sub pro stint at Blythe in North Staffs took place.

Jehan presents a club with a superb cricketer with oodles of experience to pass on.



Azam Hussain

A very experienced slow left arm spinner, who has played 105 FC career matches.

Azam (32), has gathered 321 wickets in this time at a very credible average of 27.18  He plays in the Karachi Whites team, and has International honours at U19 and A team levels.

Coupled to his bowling abilities, Azam has a batting average of 16 with nearly 1900 FC runs, a best of 77 in red ball cricket, which presents a club with a very useful and competent bowling all rounder.

Prior experience in the North Staffs league, and would need to undertake the Level 2 coaching course for his 2018 intent for league cricket.



Asif Afridi

Asif is looking for his first time engagement in the UK and comes highly recommended by his domestic skipper, Zohaib Khan.

He is a slow left armer, despite Cricinfo, stating him to be a left arm seamer!

Zohaib who has been outstanding as a league professional advises 'that he is a very good cricketer and would provide great value'.

Asif plays for the FATA FC side and is a lower middle order bat.  FATA is a new FC side, hence, Asif (30) is a latecomer to the higher levels of Pakistan domestic cricket. His 2nd game of the 2016/17 winter, saw him with a career best of 5/102, and then eclipse this in his 2nd innings effort with 6/102 versus KRL, which prove Zohaib's comments are completely factual.

In a 18 FC match career, he has taken 53 wickets at 25.81 (best 6-102) with 506 runs at 19.46, including 3 FC 50s.  Has scored a T20 50, and has a best of 5/27 in the same format.

The 2016/17 winter stats were 24 wickets @ 17.08, 268 runs at 29.77.  This winter 17/18, 17 wickets at 24.47 thus far with 145 runs at 20.71.

Would require Level 2 as part of his employment. A utility cricketer with bat and ball for any level of league cricket.



Angelo Perera

Angelo is an International cricketer, who has played all 3 formats for Sri Lanka.

Predominantly, a quality right handed batter, he has also worked on his slow left arm spin abilities. Toured England with the Sri Lanka A in 2016 and scored consistently versus England Lions and Pakistan A.

The southpaw plays for Nondescripts, and raisen through the lower International ranks at SL Schools, U19, Academy levels, also.  Angelo has scored over 4300 FC runs at 42, with a career best of 244.

His further International experience, includes, a handful of sub pro games in the Central Lancashire League (2015).  He also toured Bangladesh, played the 2014 Champions League tournament.

Angelo would need to undertake the Level 2 coaching course, and is really a top class professional option.

Potentially unavailable for the 2017 UK season, due to possible International committments.



Saeed Anwar Junior

What superlatives can be applied to a cricketer who has a highly credible league pro career.

A top order bat and left arm spinner.  Saeed has captained his FC side, and several of his clubs.

In a career spanning 16 years, Saeed has seen immense success in the Bolton, Lancashire, Central Lancashire leagues, as well as many sub pro stints across the North.

This started out at Greenmount in 2000, where his debut innings in England was a 100 at Bradshaw.  he ended the summer with 1036 runs and 65 wickets.  Helping his side to a cup title.  After another 1000 runs and 80 wickets the year after, he was snapped up by Crompton in the Central Lancashire League.

Four straight years, tallied 4900 runs and 326 wickets.

His 5th season in the CLL, helped Royton to a league title and personally, 1530 runs and 67 wickets.

This effort, helped him move into the Lancashire League - 2007/8 at Rishton.  989, 1409 runs and 80, 66 wickets added to his reputation.

The 2009 summer, was spent in Pakistan in National Camps.

A return for 2010, didnt take long, where Porthill Park snapped his services in the North Staffs League. He scored 1321 runs and took 48 wickets.

This paved a returned to Lancashire League and Church for 2011 and 2012.  He recorded stats of 1180 and 978 runs, coupled with 91 and 85 wickets.

Another U-turn back to Bolton happened in 2013 with Bradshaw for 2 years.  His exploits saw him gain 1183 and 793 runs, with 67 and 77 victims per season.

Kearsley became his next employer in 2015.  An excellent season, saw him captain the side.  He lead the way with 1089 runs and 70 wickets.  The 2016 summer was a very late signing at Morecambe in the Northern League.

A new 2017 challenge at Milnrow was accepted - his output was 1374 runs at 68.70 with 43 wickets at 18.70.



Kamran Ghulam

A former Pakistan U19 star, who also played the 2015 ICC U19 World Cup Final.

Kamran is a proper FC all rounder, who bats in the middle order and bowls slow left arm spin and is a real golden nugget in the making.

Toured England in 2013, for a tri-nation series including England and Bangladesh.  His best performance was 103* versus England U19 at Grace Road, under Ben Duckett's captaincy. In the Final, he smashed 61* (32 balls) and bowled Duckett as Pakistan took the title.

The return series took place in Dubai.  His returns included a 51, Man of the Match performance of 4/18 in another clash.  The 3rd game, he opened the batting, scoring 53 & 1/23. His U19 International ODI stats are 586 runs at 48.82, aided with 19 wickets at 26.21.

This saw him make a FC debut, in 2015/16, where his form continued to impress. In 5 games, he scored a best 157*, ending the season with 350 runs at 50 with the bat and 6 wickets.

His white ball efforts, also yielded success, averaging 28.40 with the bat in List A, and in T20, taking 23 wickets at17.39.

These successes went noticed and he played in the first ever Pakistan Super League, becoming part of the Champions, Islamabad United, picking up tips from superstars Andre Russell, Shane Watson, Brad Haddin, Saeed Ajmal, Misbah, Samuel Badree and many more.

Kamran would need to undertake the UKCC 2 course as part of his employment, but is a player of substance for any level of cricket.



Bilal Asif

Despite being a latecomer to Pakistan FC cricket, Bilal's abilities were swiftly acknowledged despite playing a handful of FC games.

He made his ODI debut in 2015, touring Zimbabwe, and then played an ODI versus England on their UAE trip.  Thereafter, he was called for an illegal bowling action, which was fully cleared by the ICC methodology a short time after.

This did not dent his confidence, as he played all 5 Pakistan A matches versus England Lions and followed up with a successul T20 domestic tournament, in 2016.

Bilal is another genuine all rounder, and started the 2017/18 winter, with his 2nd FC ton.

An off spinner who bowls with excellent control, and was good enough to take 5/25 on ODI debut. Very keen to play in the UK in 2018, where he will require the UKCC 2 as part of his employment.



Sohaib Khan

A young left arm tweaker, who plays for Port Qasim, under the watchful eye of coach and former Pak skipper, Rashid Latif.

Sohaib is 18 years old and played 4 FC seasons.  In this time, he has taken 34 career wickets at a very respectable average of 34.05.

He is seeking the chance to develop and learn with the backing of his coach to the UK in 2018.  Would provide a cost effective option to a club looking for a genuine bowler who turns the ball away from the bat.  As part of his engagement, the UKCC 2 would be required also.



Asif Ali

Another who offers genuine all round abilities with bat and ball. Asif represents Federal Areas (FATA) in Pakistan domestic cricket.

Scored his maiden FC hundred last year and converted that to 225.  This was scored against the National Bank side, that contained 2 International bowlers, and lasted 2 minutes shy of 10 hours batting at 5.

Played 29 FC games in his career, as well as 43 List A and T20 games.  Has a best of 4/17 and 3/31 in these formats. Asif is 29 years old, has a batting average of 23 and a FC best of 5/79.

Looking for his inaugural engagement to the UK and would require UKCC2 as part of his contract. A solid performer with bat and ball offered.









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