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    Quote Originally Posted by ataullah View Post
    Who's your top batsman and top bowler of tournament so far? Zahid and Zubair didn't impress me
    TBH, haven't really been following the tournament this year.

    Anyone worth looking out for?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mak36 View Post
    TBH, haven't really been following the tournament this year.

    Anyone worth looking out for?
    Not really watched much tbh but I think there maybe a few good batsman like Faizan, Tariq the centurion and the lad u mentioned. A few leggies look impressive

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    Quote Originally Posted by mak36 View Post
    TBH, haven't really been following the tournament this year.

    Anyone worth looking out for?
    Sikandar Khan. He’s been part of Lahore Qalandars’ set-up since the inaugural edition, travelled to Australia with the squad last year and was a lone warrior in the Qalandars’ batting unit. Whilst on tour, he showed excellent temperament and girt, scoring back-to-back fifties, all while most batsmen, including the likes of Zeeshan Malik and Saif Badar, struggled to enter double figures. Yesterday, he scored 44* (20) and today he managed to scored 47* (35). Personally, I think he is the best batsman Lahore Qalandars have unearthed and developed during their three editions, hope he is able to cement an emerging slot in Lahore’s otherwise fragile middle-order. Unable to find any highlights, but definitely one to look out for.

    Other notable performers who could be on the plane to Australia (purely my assessment) include:

    Ehtisham Sultan
    Salman Irshad
    Antum Tariq
    Mohammad Faizan
    Tariq Nawaz
    Maaz Khan
    Ashir Malik
    Muhammad Sudais
    Inzamam-ul-Haq
    Sajjad Hussain
    Sajjad Hashmi
    Asad Rafique

    Not emerging, but they could add Sohail Akhtar to the travelling squad too, he’s playing for Rawalpindi Qalandars this season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mak36 View Post
    This guy is a very clean striker of the ball.

    Excellent bat swing, and a very natural timer.
    Faizan follows it up with 68* today.

    He is such a great timer of the ball. Now and again he forgets that and tries to muscle it. He doesn't need to- he can clear the boundary with ease!

    His teammate Shafqat Ullah also impressed today- very quick wrists.

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    @mak36 and @Mustafamq what do u think of Ahsan the left arm Chinaman? Just caught 3 deliveries and he looked to have great potential as they are a rare breed.
    Another player is Ali Majid the wrist spinner. Reminded me of kumble but again I didn't see much of him

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    Quote Originally Posted by ataullah View Post
    @mak36 and @Mustafamq what do u think of Ahsan the left arm Chinaman? Just caught 3 deliveries and he looked to have great potential as they are a rare breed.
    Another player is Ali Majid the wrist spinner. Reminded me of kumble but again I didn't see much of him
    Who are they playing for? Let me know and I will check the live stream.

    Is it Ahsan Jamil (Baig)? If so I have mentioned him in this thread here. He has played domestic cricket but hasn't played since 2015: http://www.pakpassion.net/ppforum/sh...nner&p=9867820

    Thanks for the update brother.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mak36 View Post
    Who are they playing for? Let me know and I will check the live stream.

    Is it Ahsan Jamil (Baig)? If so I have mentioned him in this thread here. He has played domestic cricket but hasn't played since 2015: http://www.pakpassion.net/ppforum/sh...nner&p=9867820

    Thanks for the update brother.
    Playing for Lahore right now against pindi. Ahsan Mirza is the name of Chinaman bowler. The one you mentioned maybe a different one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ataullah View Post
    Playing for Lahore right now against pindi. Ahsan Mirza is the name of Chinaman bowler. The one you mentioned maybe a different one.
    I think it is the same one.

    His full name is Mirza Ahsan Jamil Baig: http://www.espncricinfo.com/pakistan...er/317256.html

    Will watch and let you know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mustafamq View Post
    Sikandar Khan. He’s been part of Lahore Qalandars’ set-up since the inaugural edition, travelled to Australia with the squad last year and was a lone warrior in the Qalandars’ batting unit. Whilst on tour, he showed excellent temperament and girt, scoring back-to-back fifties, all while most batsmen, including the likes of Zeeshan Malik and Saif Badar, struggled to enter double figures. Yesterday, he scored 44* (20) and today he managed to scored 47* (35). Personally, I think he is the best batsman Lahore Qalandars have unearthed and developed during their three editions, hope he is able to cement an emerging slot in Lahore’s otherwise fragile middle-order. Unable to find any highlights, but definitely one to look out for.

    Other notable performers who could be on the plane to Australia (purely my assessment) include:

    Ehtisham Sultan
    Salman Irshad
    Antum Tariq
    Mohammad Faizan
    Tariq Nawaz
    Maaz Khan
    Ashir Malik
    Muhammad Sudais
    Inzamam-ul-Haq
    Sajjad Hussain
    Sajjad Hashmi
    Asad Rafique

    Not emerging, but they could add Sohail Akhtar to the travelling squad too, he’s playing for Rawalpindi Qalandars this season.
    Thanks- much appreciated. A couple of thoughts on some of the names you have mentioned:

    I have watched Sikander Khan and if I am honest I was a little disappointed by him in the previous tournaments. He has skill, but I also look at a player's attributes/character etc and I couldn't help but think he batted selfishly at times (maybe nerves/wanting to make a good impression etc). It's good to hear he has improved in that regard this year. Will watch his footage from this year.

    Ehtisham Sultan is someone who should already have played domestic cricket/PSL- he is a great talent but Aaqib Javed makes lots of empty promises.

    Tariq, Faizan, Ashir and Rafique we have already discussed. Will keep an eye out for the others.

    Btw, what are your thoughts on Shafqat Ullah? Plays for the same team as Faizan and has scored two quick fifties.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mak36 View Post
    I think it is the same one.

    His full name is Mirza Ahsan Jamil Baig: http://www.espncricinfo.com/pakistan...er/317256.html

    Will watch and let you know.
    @ataullah

    It's the same guy. This makes me so happy!

    His face obviously looks different, but the action is the same. With some difficulty, I have found some old footage. He bowls one delivery at 5:42 which gets hit for six:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4uCEcJp4jzg

    His figures today were 4-0-27-4

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    Aqib Javed named the following players as people who impressed him:

    Maaz Khan
    Sajjad (not sure if he was referring to Hussain or Hashmi). @Mustafamq what teams did they play for? Please let me know and I will look at the footage.
    Haider Ali
    Salman Irshad
    Ali Majid
    Ahsan Mirza
    Haris Rauf

    He was also impressed by Mohammad Faizan and Shafqat Ullah

    Rawalpindi's Hammad Uddin looks a good fast bowler.

    Lahori team actually have quite a few impressive players:

    Lahori’s opening batsman Bilal Arshad impressed me, especially with his offside game- Haroon Lorgat (the South African) also liked the look of him.


    Also stand-out innings from Hamza Nazar; he scored a match winning 54* (30) and displayed great timing, clean striking, great wrists, hand-eye co-ordination and most importantly batting sense.

    Lahori’s also have a good keeper in Bilal Ahmed.

    The other player from last year is leg-spinning all-rounder Farzan Raja.

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    On a general note, I am impressed by the batting on show this year- there is a lot more aggression being shown by the batsmen which is a great sign (I imagine the coaches had a word with them.) Also, a lot off them have strong offside game and are decent against the short ball. The other pleasant surprise is how many of them love pace on the ball!

    Bowlers on display have also been good; talent on display this year is probably the strongest overall (both batting and bowling).

    All in all, some of the players chosen are better than some playing domestic cricket; I just hope they get genuine support and training. In an ideal world, LQ would set up an academy.

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    Sajjad Hashmi is KP's bearded opener (batting now). Had watched him earlier but didn't look at his name.

    Taking the attack to Faisalabad in the semi final atm.

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    Mohammad Amir (right arm opening bowler for KPK) looks good- Shoaib on commentary also mentioned him.

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    Faisalabad Qalandars beat KP Qalandars to earn a spot in the finals as Lahore Qalandars player development program resumes.

    A match winning partnership by Shafqat Ullah and Mohammad Faizan helped Faisalabad Qalandars book a place in the final of Player Development Program. Faizan with his third half century in four matches smashed 94 off 61 balls with the help of ten 4s and five 6s. Shafqat Ullah also played a crucial innings and assisted Faizan in the run chase by scoring 62 runs in 52 deliveries with the help of three boundaries and three shots over the fence.

    Earlier, Aitzaz Khan scored 53 runs in 30 balls with the help of one 4 and five 6to help KP Qalandars reach a total of 163. KP Qalandars gave away early wickets and were not able to defend to the total which lost them the chance of being in the finals.

    M. Salman’s three wickets bowling spell proved to be beneficial in restricting KP Qalandars to a total of 163 runs.

    The second semi-final is being played between Kashmir Qalandars and Lahori Qalandars which can be followed live on social media forums of Lahore Qalandars


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    Lahori Qalandars beat Kashmir Qalandars to earn a spot in the finals as Lahore Qalandars player development program reaches grand finale.

    A match winning performance by Bilal Irshad of incredible 94 not out with eight 4 and four 6, helped Lahori Qalandars earn the spot in final.
    Bilal’s brilliance helped Lahoris setting up a target of 185 runs for Kashmir Qalandars. Tariq Nawaz with his 67 from 51 ball assisted Bilal in setting up this total. Nawaz crossed his half century mark by hitting five 4 and four 6. Another magical bowling spell by Farzan Raja helped Lahoris defend the run chase. His 3-wicket haul giving away 29 runs proved to be very economical and earned Lahori Qalandars a much-deserved spot in the final.

    On the other hand, Muhammad Zubair from Kashmir Qalandars scored 41 runs in 29 balls with the help of three 4 and two 6. Kashmir Qalandars batting line up suffered due to which they were unable to chase the total and lost the chance of being in the finals.

    The final will be played tomorrow between Faisalabad Qalandars and Lahori Qalandars which can be followed live on social media forums of Lahore Qalandars.

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    Faisalabad's both openers are impressive, specially Faizan. His timing is amazing and is on another level compared to the rest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mak36 View Post
    On a general note, I am impressed by the batting on show this year- there is a lot more aggression being shown by the batsmen which is a great sign (I imagine the coaches had a word with them.) Also, a lot off them have strong offside game and are decent against the short ball. The other pleasant surprise is how many of them love pace on the ball!

    Bowlers on display have also been good; talent on display this year is probably the strongest overall (both batting and bowling).

    All in all, some of the players chosen are better than some playing domestic cricket; I just hope they get genuine support and training. In an ideal world, LQ would set up an academy.
    Agree with every word you've written. I feel that quality of talent on display has improved significantly over the course of three years, and maybe more should be done to incorporate these players into the domestic set-up. This would allow them to graduate to a higher level and expose them to different playing conditions, different bowling attacks and help improve their game further.

    With the tournament coming to an end today, I am interested to see how the Player Development Programme does in its second phase, in Australia. For the past two years, both developmental squads have struggled to adapt to Australian conditions, resulting in poor, one-sided matches. My squad for the next phase of the PDP would be:

    1. Muhammad Faizan
    2. Sajjad Ali (wk)
    3. Shafqat Ullah
    4. Haider Ali
    5. Sikandar Khan
    6. Ashir Malik
    7. Sohail Akhtar
    8. Maaz Khan
    9. Ali Majid
    10. Ahsan Mirza
    11. Asad Rafique
    12. Salman Irshad
    13. Haris Rauf
    14. Ehtisham Sultan
    15. Mohammad Amir

    7 genuine batsmen, 3 wristspinners, 1 left-arm slow, 4 pacers. Faizan and Sohail Akhtar could provide the extra option with the ball, if need be. I was tempted to add Antum Tariq to the list. He played for the Pardesi Qalandars and scored two fifties, seemed to have a good head on his shoulders and since he's played most of his cricket in Melbourne, could be a valuable addition. As for the pacers, both Irshad and Haris enjoyed successful club cricket stints in Australia following last year's PDP, expectations for them to perform better are only fair. Maaz Khan and Ali Majid could be the difference between the two sides. Both are unconventional legspinners who bowl a major chunk of their overs in the powerplay and are quicker in the air. Maaz especially has a really high ceiling and I would not be surprised if he earns a spot in the Lahore Qalandars squad for the upcoming season. I think this would be the most balanced squad for the Australia tour. Hopeful of a better outing.

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    How was Ali Majid today?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mustafamq View Post
    Agree with every word you've written. I feel that quality of talent on display has improved significantly over the course of three years, and maybe more should be done to incorporate these players into the domestic set-up. This would allow them to graduate to a higher level and expose them to different playing conditions, different bowling attacks and help improve their game further.

    With the tournament coming to an end today, I am interested to see how the Player Development Programme does in its second phase, in Australia. For the past two years, both developmental squads have struggled to adapt to Australian conditions, resulting in poor, one-sided matches. My squad for the next phase of the PDP would be:

    1. Muhammad Faizan
    2. Sajjad Ali (wk)
    3. Shafqat Ullah
    4. Haider Ali
    5. Sikandar Khan
    6. Ashir Malik
    7. Sohail Akhtar
    8. Maaz Khan
    9. Ali Majid
    10. Ahsan Mirza
    11. Asad Rafique
    12. Salman Irshad
    13. Haris Rauf
    14. Ehtisham Sultan
    15. Mohammad Amir

    7 genuine batsmen, 3 wristspinners, 1 left-arm slow, 4 pacers. Faizan and Sohail Akhtar could provide the extra option with the ball, if need be. I was tempted to add Antum Tariq to the list. He played for the Pardesi Qalandars and scored two fifties, seemed to have a good head on his shoulders and since he's played most of his cricket in Melbourne, could be a valuable addition. As for the pacers, both Irshad and Haris enjoyed successful club cricket stints in Australia following last year's PDP, expectations for them to perform better are only fair. Maaz Khan and Ali Majid could be the difference between the two sides. Both are unconventional legspinners who bowl a major chunk of their overs in the powerplay and are quicker in the air. Maaz especially has a really high ceiling and I would not be surprised if he earns a spot in the Lahore Qalandars squad for the upcoming season. I think this would be the most balanced squad for the Australia tour. Hopeful of a better outing.
    Agree with your list for the most part.

    Would add Farzan Raja (Legspinning all-rounder) and Bilal Arshad (Opening batsman). Shahzad Ali (middle order batsman) also showed potential but he will most likely miss out.

    I think the squad needs an extra pacer/pace all rounder given it is in Australia (ideally a tall left armer). Left armer Salman Mirza looked okay but he wasn't tall. I didn't really watch the first half of the tournament so there might be better options.

    Coming to the legspinners (thinking long-term):

    Maaz's action reminds me of early Shadab, and will need similar technical work done. He is also over-reliant on his googly and needs to work on his stock ball.

    Ali Majid is an interesting one; his action is a cross between Mushtaq Ahmed and Rashid Khan. There are two observations I would make:

    (i) He needs to bowl a fuller length

    (ii) He is similar to RK in that (i) he has a very quick arm action and (ii) even though he is a wristspinner he actually uses his fingers to spin the ball. Again, his problem at the moment is he needs to develop his legspinner; at the moment he bowls the one which goes straight on and the googly. Unless he develops the legspinner he will struggle to push on.

    Ahsan Jamil has improved his control since I saw him but still sometimes drags his line wide. Again, he needs to bowl his stock ball more often.

    In the short term, I agree re the Australia tour; they may well be the X factor that has been lacking in previous tours.

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    Abu Dhabi: Lahore Qalandars may not have made a significant impact in the Pakistan Super League in the last three seasons and finished at the bottom of the table, but their Players’ Development Programme is clearly yielding high dividends and proving to be a perfect supply chain for Pakistan national team.

    With Aaqib Javed at the helm of affairs at the Lahore Qalandars, the team has gone to the remotest of places in Pakistan and tapped talent from the dusty terrains where most play cricket just as a pastime.

    Lahore won their first major tournament in Abu Dhabi T20, beating the formidable South African side Multiply Titans and the cricketing world got an opportunity to unearth some serious talent.

    "I was playing tape ball cricket when Aaqib Sir pulled me out of it. I had never played hard ball cricket till then and here I’m. This is my first major tournament."
    — Haris Rauf | Lahore Qalandars

    Keep a close watch on Harris Rauf; one should be hearing more of this lad in Pakistan cricket. The 24-year-old from Rawalpandi is in the same league as Shaheen Shah Afridi and has been tapped from wthe ilderness.

    The Titans needed 19 in the last over and they had two of the best finishers of white ball cricket, Albie Morkel and Chris Morris at the crease but Rauf bowled some brilliant toe crushing yorkers and all that the duo managed was a mere four. Rauf even hurled deliveries at 148kph during that effort which coach Javed labelled as a ‘phenomenal achievement.’


    “Had it not been for the Players Development Programme, I wouldn’t have seen this day,” said Rauf, trying to hide his tears of joy. “I was playing tape ball cricket when Aaqib Sir pulled me out of it. I had never played hard ball cricket till then and here I’m. This is my first major tournament and to do well against some of the best in the world feels so good,” said Rauf.

    Pointing to the stands, Rauf said: “Those are my first few fans and I can’t believe it is happening. I have to click a few pictures with them. This is the first step towards realising my dream of playing for Pakistan.”

    Javed asserted that he would make sure that Rauf reaches 160kph. “I’m telling you he will reach that mark. Shaheen and Rauf are the two bowlers we at Lahore Qalandars will be giving to the national team. This is what the management wanted us to do. Not win tournaments but to find players who can serve the nation. If not for the programme, this would have never happened.

    Spinner Farzan Raja showed promise in his four wickets for 24 runs to see Qalandars into the finals while Mohammad Faizan was equally good with the willow with knock of 58 off 44 against Australia’s big bash side Hobart Hurricanes.

    Skipper Sohail Akhtar also led from the front and followed up scores of 100 and 37 in the first two matches with another top score of 56 in the final.

    “Harris is our latest find and he is an extraordinary talent and had not played any form of cricket till now. Huge switch from tape ball cricket and he has made it count. Shaheen is the future, we all know and he did what was expected of him.

    “We needed effort from the young lot on the ground and that we got. Result didn’t matter but when you give full effort it automatically comes. These are platforms these boys want. I’m also happy that I also managed to contribute with the bat in all the games,” said Akhtar.

    Sameen Rana, COO of the Lahore Qalanders said: “We have had a tremendous tournament, obviously culminating in the pinnacle of becoming the Abu Dhabi T20 champions. Tournaments like this open up huge opportunity for our up-and-coming young players. Our thanks to Abu Dhabi Cricket and Abu Dhabi Sports Council for making this tournament a reality.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mustafamq View Post
    Sikandar Khan. He’s been part of Lahore Qalandars’ set-up since the inaugural edition, travelled to Australia with the squad last year and was a lone warrior in the Qalandars’ batting unit. Whilst on tour, he showed excellent temperament and girt, scoring back-to-back fifties, all while most batsmen, including the likes of Zeeshan Malik and Saif Badar, struggled to enter double figures. Yesterday, he scored 44* (20) and today he managed to scored 47* (35). Personally, I think he is the best batsman Lahore Qalandars have unearthed and developed during their three editions, hope he is able to cement an emerging slot in Lahore’s otherwise fragile middle-order. Unable to find any highlights, but definitely one to look out for.

    Other notable performers who could be on the plane to Australia (purely my assessment) include:

    Ehtisham Sultan
    Salman Irshad
    Antum Tariq
    Mohammad Faizan
    Tariq Nawaz
    Maaz Khan
    Ashir Malik
    Muhammad Sudais
    Inzamam-ul-Haq
    Sajjad Hussain
    Sajjad Hashmi
    Asad Rafique

    Not emerging, but they could add Sohail Akhtar to the travelling squad too, he’s playing for Rawalpindi Qalandars this season.
    Any news about Sikandar Khan bro? what he is doing and where he is playing? After yesterday pathetic batting by young Qalandars made me remember Sikandar khan how beautifully he batted last year in these conditions.


    Plz don’t bring politics into sports!

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