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    Sindh declared the winners of the Second XI Quaid-e-Azam Trophy (2020/21)

    Quaid-e-Azam Trophy for Second XI teams begins on Sunday

    • Four venues State Bank Stadium, KCCA Stadium, TMC Ground and NBP Sports Complex to host matches

    Karachi, 17 October 2020:

    Southern Punjab will start their title defence when the opening round of the three-day non first-class Quaid-e-Azam Trophy begins across three Karachi venues on Sunday.

    State Bank Stadium, KCCA Stadium and TMC Ground will be the hosts of the first-round matches. NBP Sports Complex is another venue that will be used later in the tournament.

    Southern Punjab, who will be led by Salman Ali Agha in the first round, play Northern at the TMC Ground; Balochistan will clash with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa at the State Bank Stadium while Central Punjab will face Sindh at the KCCA Stadium.

    The Quaid-e-Azam Trophy for Second XIs will be played on a double-league basis with each team playing the other twice.

    The final round of the tournament will be held from 11 to 13 December. The team accumulating the most points will be crowned champions. The points breakdown is give below:

    Points system for Quaid-e-Azam Trophy (Second XI)

    For an outright win after taking the lead in the 1st innings. 9 points
    For an outright win after conceding lead on the 1st innings (Losing team will get no points) 6 points
    For an outright win after a tie in the 1st innings (Losing team will get no points) 6 points
    In case of a drawn match, team getting 1st innings lead 3 points
    For tie where teams have completed two innings 2 points each
    A team leading in 1st innings and 2nd innings tied shall get 5 points
    For a tie in the 1st innings (No outright result or drawn) 2 points each
    Abandoned, Wash out or drawn match with no 1st innings result. 1 point each
    Team win with an innings margin 1 bonus point
    Team facing follow-on and saving the match (result drawn) 1 bonus point
    Team facing follow-on and winning the match 2 bonus points

    There will be an added incentive for the Second XI performing players as they can be picked to represent their respective First XI sides in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy first-class tournament that commences in Karachi on 25 October.

    Like the rest of the ongoing domestic season, the players, support staff and match officials will stay in a bio-secure bubble throughout the event. Strict Covid-19 SOPs are being adopted to ensure the health and safety of all participants.

    There will be a 10-day gap in the tournament, from 10-19 November, to accommodate the play-offs and the final of the HBL Pakistan Super League 2020, which will be played at the Gaddafi Stadium Lahore.

    Some of the Second XI players are expected to feature for the four franchises that have booked play-off berths; these include Karachi Kings, Lahore Qalandars, Multan Sultans and Peshawar Zalmi.

    The captains of the six teams are looking forward to a competitive tournament with an eye on securing the champions title.

    Balochistan Second XI captain Azeem Ghumman: “I am very excited to lead Balochistan in the tournament. The entire team is looking forward to doing well. We have an exciting bunch of young and experienced players and I think we can give good performances in the event.”

    Central Punjab Second XI captain Mohammad Saad: “I am thrilled about this opportunity of leading the Central Punjab side. Since coming to Karachi we have tried to acclimatise to the conditions by working hard in our nets sessions as well as in the gym. The players are fit and raring to go. We have a balanced outfit and we are all prepared and ready to play.”

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Second XI captain Mehran Ibrahim: “I am really excited and proud to lead the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa outfit in this tournament. Our aim is to finish the event as the top team. Last year, we finished second and we will strive hard to improve that performance. I think we have a fully capable squad.”

    Northern Second XI captain Umair Masood: “I am captaining the side for the first time which makes me very excited for the competition. We have a very young team as our average age is 21 years. We have worked hard during the practice sessions. Conditions in Karachi are always challenging and we look forward to taking on that challenge. This tournament is a great opportunity for us as a team and individuals. We want to play well and make Northern champions and progress to the First XI team.”

    Sindh Second XI captain Saifullah Bangash: “It is an honour to captain Sindh. I have led U19 teams in the past but leading professional players is a big honour. I am very excited about this opportunity. I would want to lead by example and keep my players motivated and focused. Our aim is to finish as champions.”

    Southern Punjab Second XI captain Agha Salman: “We were champions last year and I am ready to lead our title defence. I want to make the most of the opportunity by providing my team a solid start in the event. I am leading a group of quality players who are full of potential. Last year, we were led very well by Naveed Yasin and I look forward to emulating his example.”

    First-round fixtures:

    Balochistan vs Khyber Pakhtunkhwa – State Bank Stadium
    Central Punjab vs Sindh – KCCA Stadium
    Southern Punjab vs Northern – TMC Ground


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    Matches start today.


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    Why 3 matches start same day? Should start 1 match or may be 2 so PCB can do live stream.

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    @MenInG, Can you please post all the teams' squad?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shafi View Post
    Why 3 matches start same day? Should start 1 match or may be 2 so PCB can do live stream.
    These are 2nd XI games, there won't be any live stream for this

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    Update - Day One, Second XI Quaid-e-Azam Trophy

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    Good to see Raza Hasan with a 7fer, didnt take a lot of wickets in National T20 2nd XI but was economical in some matches. I hope he can find some good form so he can provide healthy competition in Pakistan's spin department.

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    Northern’s Raza Hasan and Sindh’s Abrar Ahmed took seven and six wickets, respectively, and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Mehran Ibrahim and Mohammad Sarwar struck centuries to put their teams on top on the opening day of the Second XI Quaid-e-Azam Trophy.

    Southern Punjab v Northern, TMC Ground, Karachi

    Raza, the 28-year-old slow left-arm orthodox, returned seven for 60 in 31 overs as Southern Punjab were bowled out for 192 in 71 overs at the TMC Ground, Karachi.

    Mohammad Umair was the only batsman to show resistance as he returned unbeaten on 77 from 171 balls, which included six fours and a six. The other notable contributions from the bat were made by Mukhtar Ahmed (48 off 83) and captain Salman Ali Agha (28 off 35) before both were dismissed by Raza, who played one ODI and 10 T20Is, for Pakistan.

    Northern were 56 for two at stumps with Taimoor Sultan and Umar Waheed batting at 21 and 13. Slow left-arm Ali Usman and left-arm fast bowler Zia-ul-Haq took one wicket each.

    Central Punjab v Sindh, KCCA Stadium, Karachi

    Central Punjab were skittled out for 161 thanks to the Abrar. The leg-spinner took six wickets for 66 runs in 18 overs, five of which were maidens.

    Central Punjab had eight batsmen back in the hut with only 94 on board before a defiant 49 not out from Nisar Ahmed helped them to a decent score. Nisar scored his runs at a more than run-a-ball, hitting four sixes and two fours from 45 balls before he ran out of partners from the other end. Opener Imran Dogar, with 93-ball 36 was the other notable run-getter. Farhan Khan, the wicketkeeper-batsman, scored 20.

    Sindh’s Shahnawaz returned two for 19, while the other two wickets were shared equally between Hasan Mohsin and Aamer Ali.

    Sindh were 109 for three at stumps with Fahad Iqbal and Saad Khan unbeaten on 33 and 25. Batting at three, Shehzar Mohammad made 26.

    Balochistan v Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, State Bank Stadium, Karachi

    Solid centuries from captain Mehran and Sarwar and a wicket each by Irfanullah Shah and Khalid Usman had Khyber Pakhtunkhwa on top at the end of the first day’s play.

    Mehran scored 114 from 207 balls, dispatching seven of them for fours and hitting one over the boundary rope, and Sarwar top-scored with an unbeaten 119 from 114 balls, smacking six sixes and nine fours to help Khyber Pakhtunkhwa post 344 for seven.

    The pair stitched a 155-run partnership for the sixth wicket.

    Balochistan’s Gohar Faiz took three wickets for 98 runs before his team finished the day on a precarious 13 for two. Opener Shahzad Tareen (seven not out) and Ali Waqas (four not out) will begin the proceedings for Balochistan on Monday.

    Scores in brief:

    Northern v Southern Punjab, TMC Ground, Karachi

    Southern Punjab 192 all out, 71 overs (Mohammad Umair 77 not out, Mukhtar Ahmed 48, Salman Ali Agha 28; Raza Hasan 7-60)

    Northern 56-2, 25 overs (Taimoor Sultan 21 not out)

    Central Punjab v Sindh, KCCA Stadium, Karachi

    Central Punjab 161 all out, 48.3 overs (Nisar Ahmed 49 not out, Imran Dogar 36; Abrar Ahmed 6-66, Shahnawaz 2-19)

    Sindh 109-3, 38.4 overs (Fahad Iqbal 33 not out, Shehzar Mohammad 26, Saad Khan 25 not out)

    Balochistan v Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, State Bank Stadium, Karachi

    Khyber Pakthunkhwa 344-7, 83 overs (Mohammad Sarwar Afridi 119 not out, Mehran Ibrahim 114, Mohammad Naeem Snr 31, Mohammad Mohsin 21; Gohar Faiz 3-98)

    Balochistan 13-2, 5 overs (Shahzad Tareen 7 not out; Khalid Usman 1-1)


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    Central Punjab v Sindh, KCCA Stadium, Karachi:

    Sindh’s Abrar Ahmed added seven wickets to his tally on day two of his team’s Second XI Quaid-e-Azam Trophy first round fixture against Central Punjab after returning six for 66 on the opening day of the three-day contest.

    As many as 21 wickets fell on the second day of the thrilling contest between Central Punjab and Sindh. Seven of them belonged to Abrar Ahmed as the leg-spinner returned seven for 51.

    Sindh, needing 102 to win, were 43 for four at stumps, with Fahad Iqbal (16) becoming Mohammad Ali’s third scalp of the innings on the last ball of the day. Saad Khan, who top-scored with 73 in the first innings and helped Sindh add 70 runs to their overnight score of 109 for three, was not out on 18.

    Earlier in the day, Sindh were bowled out for 179 as Central Punjab’s Kamran Afzal took three wickets for 35, while Ali, Ahmed Safi Abdullah and Aitzaz Habib Khan took two wickets apiece.

    Batting second, Central Punjab were all out for 119 thanks to Abrar.

    Ali Zaryab, the opener, was the only notable run-getter for Central Punjab with 48 off 81.



    Northern v Southern Punjab, TMC Ground, Karachi:

    Southern Punjab were in a commanding position with a lead of 165 at the close of play on day two. Mukhtar Ahmed, who missed out on a half-century by two runs in the first innings, scored 60 off 126 balls, eight of which were dispatched for boundaries.

    Captain Salman Ali Agha was unbeaten on 49, while Mohammad Umair was not out on six as Southern Punjab were 130 for three at stumps. Two of the three wickets were taken by Raza Hasan, the slow left-arm orthodox who returned seven for 60 in the first innings.

    Earlier, Northern, who began the day at 56 for two, were bowled out for 157 as Salman and Ali Usman took four wickets each for 39 and 57 runs.

    Northern’s Umar Waheed top-scored with 56 off 186, while Taimoor Sultan added 15 runs to his overnight score before getting dismissed on 36.


    Balochistan v Khyber Pakthunkhwa, State Bank Stadium, Karachi:

    Century by Ali Waqas and a 157-ball 98 by Shahbaz Khan spearheaded Balochistan’s rearguard effort as they managed 277 for nine in 83 overs after beginning the day on a precarious 13 for two.

    Ali smashed nine fours and a six in the 216 balls he faced, while Shahbaz struck five fours and a six. The two stitched a 165-run partnership for the fifth wicket that rescued Balochistan from 63 for four.

    Irfanullah Shah, Khalid Usman and Asad Afridi finished with two wickets each.

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa were 27 for one at the close of play with Mohammad Mohsin Khan and Mohammad Irfan Khan batting at 15 and three.


    Scores in brief:

    Central Punjab v Sindh, KCCA Stadium, Karachi:

    Central Punjab 161 all out, 48.3 overs (Nisar Ahmed 49 not out, Imran Dogar 36; Abrar Ahmed 6-66, Shahnawaz 2-19) and 119 all out, 44.4 overs (Ali Zaryab 48; Abrar Ahmed 7-51, Aamer Ali 2-32)

    Sindh 179- all out, 61.4 overs (Saad Khan 73, Fahad Iqbal 33, Shehzar Mohammad 26; Kamran Afzal 3-35, Aitzaz Habib Khan 2-19, Mohammad Ali 2-38, Ahmed Safi Abdullah 2-43) and 43-4, 15 overs (Saad Khan 18 not out; Mohammad Ali 3-6)


    Northern v Southern Punjab, TMC Ground, Karachi:

    Southern Punjab 192 all out, 71 overs (Mohammad Umair 77 not out, Mukhtar Ahmed 48, Salman Ali Agha 28; Raza Hasan 7-60) and 130-3, 43 overs (Mukhtar Ahmed 60, Salman Ali Agha 49 not out; Raza Hasan 2-43)

    Northern 157 all out, 73.5 overs (Umar Waheed 56, Taimoor Sultan 36; Salman Ali Agha 4-39, Ali Usman 4-57)


    Balochistan v Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, State Bank Stadium, Karachi:

    Khyber Pakthunkhwa 344-7, 83 overs (Mohammad Sarwar Afridi 119 not out, Mehran Ibrahim 114, Mohammad Naeem Snr 31, Mohammad Mohsin 21; Gohar Faiz 3-98) and 27-1, 10 overs (Mohammad Mohsin Khan 15 not out)

    Balochistan 277-9, 83 overs (Ali Waqas 102, Shahbaz Khan 98, Jalat Khan 22; Khalid Usman 2-39, Irfanullah Shah 2-47, Asad Afridi 2-50)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Titan24 View Post
    Good to see Raza Hasan with a 7fer, didnt take a lot of wickets in National T20 2nd XI but was economical in some matches. I hope he can find some good form so he can provide healthy competition in Pakistan's spin department.
    Huge talent - shame his problems got the better of him. He should have been an established part of the Pakistan team by now. He was streets ahead of Zafar Gohar.

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    Karachi, 20 October 2020:

    Sindh defeated Central Punjab by three wickets at the KCCA Stadium in Karachi on the final day of the three-day non first-class Quaid-e-Azam Trophy Second XI match on Tuesday.


    Central Punjab v Sindh, KCCA Stadium, Karachi:

    Saad Khan and Hasan Mohsin helped Sindh to a three-wicket win against Central Punjab in a low-scoring thriller.

    Needing 59 runs to win with six wickets as they resumed the day at 43 for four, Sindh sealed the match in an extended morning session.

    Saad, who began the day at 18 not out and had made 73 in the first innings, scored an 81-ball 39, before Hasan’s unbeaten 26 from 81 balls took Sindh over the line.

    Ahmed Safi Abdullah, the left-arm orthodox, took all three Sindh’s wickets that fell on the third day’s play.

    Out of Central Punjab’s 20 wickets, 13 were picked up by leg-spinner Abrar Ahmed.



    Northern v Southern Punjab, TMC Ground, Karachi:

    Northern managed to play out a drawn game against Southern Punjab.

    Resuming their second innings on 130 for three from 43 overs, Southern Punjab declared their innings on 25o for the loss of five wickets in 77 overs. Salman Ali Agha who remained unbeaten 49 from overnight score, got out to Raja Farzan Khan for 92. His innings came from 151 balls, he hit six fours. Mohammad Umair contributed an unbeaten 50 from 137 balls, smashing three fours.

    For Northern, Raza Hasan grabbed three wickets for 96, completing 10 wickets in the match, while Raja Farzan Khan took two wickets for 91.

    In reply, chasing 286 runs to win the match, Northern had lost five wickets for 61 and were on the verge of losing the match. Kashif Iqbal and Nihaal Mansoor got together and knitted a 82 run partnership for the sixth wicket.

    Kashif’s unbeaten knock of 54 from 175 balls included three fours, while Nihaal Mansoor scored 49 from 86 balls, laced with three sixes and as many fours.

    At Stumps Northern managed to score 145 for six in 62.2 overs.

    For Southern Punjab, Ali Usman took all six second innings wickets and ended up with match figures of 10 for 129 runs.


    Balochistan v Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, State Bank Stadium, Karachi:

    Balochistan played out a drawn match against Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

    Resuming their second innings on 27 for one, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa declared their innings on 212 for seven in 56.5 overs. Mehran Ibrahim who scored 114 in the first innings, struck unbeaten 60 off 94 balls, hitting two fours. He contributed a 76-run partnership for the sixth wicket with Mohammad Sarwar (30 off 74 balls) and 45 runs partnership for the seven wicket with Khalid Usman (27 off 20 balls, 3 fours).

    For Balochistan, Hayatullah, Jalat Khan and Umaid Asif took two wickets apiece.


    Chasing 280 runs to win, Balochistan managed to score 77 for three in 26 overs when stumps were drawn. Azeem Ghumman top-scored with a 66-ball 43, hitting six fours.


    For Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Mohammad Sarwar Afridi grabbed two wickets for 23 runs.


    Scores in brief:

    Central Punjab v Sindh, KCCA Stadium, Karachi

    Sindh beat Central Punjab by three wickets

    Central Punjab 161 all out, 48.3 overs (Nisar Ahmed 49 not out, Imran Dogar 36, Farhan Khan 20; Abrar Ahmed 6-66, Shahnawaz 2-19) and 119 all out, 44.4 overs (Ali Zaryab 48; Abrar Ahmed 7-51)

    Sindh 179 all out, 61.4 overs (Saad Khan 73, Fahad Iqbal 33, Shehzad Mohammad 26; Kamran Afzal 3-35, Aitzaz Habib Khan 2-19, Mohammad Ali 2-38, Ahmed Safi Abdullah 2-43) and 102-7, 41.4 overs (Saad Khan 39, Hasan Mohsin 26 not out; Mohammad Ali 3-19, Ahmed Safi Abdullah 3-26)


    Balochistan v Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, State Bank Stadium, Karachi

    Match Drawn

    Khyber Pakthunkhwa 344-7, 83 overs (Mohammad Sarwar Afridi 119 not out, Mehran Ibrahim 114, Mohammad Naeem Snr 31, Mohammad Mohsin 21; Gohar Faiz 3-98) and 212-7 (decl), 56.5 overs (Mehran Ibrahim 60 not out, Asad Afridi 39, Mohammad Sarwar Afridi 30; Umaid Asif 2-27, Hayatullah 2-50, Jalat Khan 2-72)

    Balochistan 277-9, 83 overs (Ali Waqas 102, Shahbaz Khan 98, Jalat Khan 22; Khalid Usman 2-39, Irfanullah Shah 2-47, Asad Afridi 2-50) and 77-3, 26 overs (Azeem Ghumman 43; Mohammad Sarwar Afridi 2-23, Mohammad Irfan Khan 1-11)

    Northern v Southern Punjab, TMC Ground, Karachi:

    Match Drawn

    Southern Punjab 192 all out, 71 overs (Mohammad Umair 77 not out, Mukhtar Ahmed 48, Salman Ali Agha 28; Raza Hasan 7-60) and 250-5 (decl), 77 overs (Salman Ali Agha 92, Mukhtar Ahmed 60, Mohammad Umair 50 not out; Raza Hasan 3-96, Raja Farzan Khan 2-91)

    Northern 157 all out, 73.5 overs (Umar Waheed 56, Taimoor Sultan 36; Salman Ali Agha 4-39, Ali Usman 4-57) and 145-6, 62.2 overs (Kashif Iqbal 54 not out, Nihaal Mansoor 49; Ali Usman 6-72)
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    Top knock from Ali Zaryab

    Scored 48 when no one else passed 18. On a turning pitch, and he was also run out not given out.

    Good player.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bullet Drive View Post
    Top knock from Ali Zaryab

    Scored 48 when no one else passed 18. On a turning pitch, and he was also run out not given out.

    Good player.
    Is that the 21 year old ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shamaan View Post
    Is that the 21 year old ?
    Yes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bullet Drive View Post
    Top knock from Ali Zaryab

    Scored 48 when no one else passed 18. On a turning pitch, and he was also run out not given out.

    Good player.
    I think he might get a callup this season when a lot of the first XI players leave for Zimbabwe and New Zealand.

    Babar Azam, Abdullah Shafique, Umar Akmal, Abid Ali will not be there for sure.

    The most likely CP batting lineup would then be:
    1. Salman Butt
    2. Ahmed Shehzad
    3. Mohammad Saad
    4. Ali Zaryab
    5. Usman Salahuddin
    6. Kamran Akmal

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thunderbolt14 View Post
    I think he might get a callup this season when a lot of the first XI players leave for Zimbabwe and New Zealand.

    Babar Azam, Abdullah Shafique, Umar Akmal, Abid Ali will not be there for sure.

    The most likely CP batting lineup would then be:
    1. Salman Butt
    2. Ahmed Shehzad
    3. Mohammad Saad
    4. Ali Zaryab
    5. Usman Salahuddin
    6. Kamran Akmal
    I dont think hes been selected for the first xI but that might change half way throw the touanement if he keeps performing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thunderbolt14 View Post
    I think he might get a callup this season when a lot of the first XI players leave for Zimbabwe and New Zealand.

    Babar Azam, Abdullah Shafique, Umar Akmal, Abid Ali will not be there for sure.

    The most likely CP batting lineup would then be:
    1. Salman Butt
    2. Ahmed Shehzad
    3. Mohammad Saad
    4. Ali Zaryab
    5. Usman Salahuddin
    6. Kamran Akmal
    Zaryab is an opener.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bullet Drive View Post
    Zaryab is an opener.
    He should be able to adapt to team requirements if he can perform in the middle it can give him extra chance of playing for Pakistan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bullet Drive View Post
    Zaryab is an opener.
    So are Butt and Shehzad.

    Note that I said “most likely” and not “what I want”. Remember what position Abdullah played at last year when he was promoted to the first XI?

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    Were is muhammed haris ?


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    Central Punjab’s Atizaz Habib Khan highlighted the opening day of the second round of the Second XI Quaid-e-Azam Trophy with six for 19 as Northern were bowled out of 128.

    In the other two matches, Sindh opener Ammad Alam scored a 168-ball 98 to lift his team to 270 for eight in 83 overs against Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Southern Punjab were dismissed for 196 thanks to spinners Mohammad Junaid and Usama Mir who shared seven wickets between them.

    Central Punjab v Northern, TMC Ground, Karachi:

    Muhammad Akhlaq’s 78-ball 50 and Mohammad Faiq’s 49 had Central Punjab at 114 for four at the close of play after Atizaz’s off-spin accounted for Northern’s six wickets.

    Only four Northern batsmen – Taimoor Sultan (29), Ziad Khan (25), Zaid Alam (24) and Raza Hasan (23) – recorded scores in double-digits after their captain Umar Waheed elected to bat.

    That Central Punjab were placed in comfortable position following Atizaz’s heroics was due to an 85-run partnership for the second wicket Akhlaq and Faiq. On Saturday, Atizaz (0) and Mohammad Irfan Khan (one) will resume the innings.

    Northern’s Raza Hasan, who took 10 wickets in his team’s opening match of the tournament, took two scalps for 49 runs.

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa v Sindh, KCCA Stadium, Karachi:

    Sindh’s Ammad Alam fell two runs short of a century as he scored 98, which included eight fours and three sixes, after his captain Saifullah Bangash elected to bat. Sindh made 270 for eight in 83 overs with other notable contributions from Danish Aziz (46 off 81, one six) and Saifullah (43 off 80, two fours)

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Mohammad Imran, left-arm pacer, returned four for 55 and Asif Afridi, left-arm orthodox, took two wickets for 75 runs.

    Only five overs of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s innings were bowled in which they made 16 runs without any loss of wickets. Mohammad Mohsin Khan and Musadiq Ahmed were unbeaten at nine and six runs, respectively.

    Balochistan v Southern Punjab, State Bank Stadium, Karachi:

    Balochistan’s left-arm orthodox Mohammad Junaid and leg-spinner Usama Mir took four for 37 and three for 59 after Southern Punjab’s captain Zain Abbas elected to bat. Southern Punjab could last only 73 overs as they were bowled out for 196. Pacer Umaid Asif picked two wickets for 20 runs.

    Opener Mukhtar Ahmed scored 51 off 122 balls, with four fours and a six, while Zain made 42 runs from 71 balls.

    At stumps, Balochistan were 53 for two in 14.1 overs with Awais Zia not out on 32.



    Scores in brief:

    Central Punjab v Northern, TMC Ground, Karachi:

    Northern 128 all out, 56.1 overs (Taimoor Sultan 29, Ziad Khan 25, Zaid Alam 24, Raza Hasan 23; Atizaz Habib Khan 6-19, Kamran Afzal 2-59)

    Central Punjab 114-4, 31 overs (Muhammad Akhlaq 50, Mohammad Faiq 49 (retired hurt); Raza Hasan 2-49)

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa v Sindh, KCCA Stadium, Karachi

    Sindh 270-8, 83 overs (Ammad Alam 98, Danish Aziz 46, Saifullah Bangash 43; Mohammad Imran 4-55, Asif Afridi 2-75)

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 16-0, 5 overs (Mohammad Mohsin Khan 9 not out, Musadiq Ahmed 6 not out)

    Balochistan v Southern Punjab, State Bank Stadium, Karachi:

    Southern Punjab 196 all out, 73 overs (Mukhtar Ahmed 51, Zain Abbas 42, Waqar Hussain 26 not out, Rameez Alam 25, Muhammad Imran 20; Mohammad Junaid 4-37, Usama Mir 3-59, Umaid Asif 2-20)

    Balochistan 53-2, 14.1 over (Awais Zia 32 not out)


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    Karachi, 24 October 2020:

    Zaid Alam from Northern and Balochistan’s Akbar-ur-Rehman struck centuries, while Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Asif Afridi and Muhammad Imran from Southern Punjab bagged six wickets each on day two of the second round Second XI Quaid-e-Azam Trophy matches in Karachi.

    Central Punjab v Northern, TMC Ground, Karachi:

    A century by opener Zaid Alam had Northern batting at 170 for four at the close of play against Central Punjab at the TMC Ground.

    Zaid stroked his way to 112 from 128 hitting seven fours and eight sixes before he was dismissed by Atizaz Habib Khan, who took six wickets on the opening day of the match.

    Zaid’s century was preceded by a hattrick by off-spinner Ziad Khan, who accounted for Farhan Khan (13), Atiq-ur-Rehman (57) and Mohammad Ali (0). Ziad, with four for three from 2.4 overs, was the highest wicket-taker for Northern as Central Punjab were bowled out for 244 in 66.4 overs.

    Northern, in their second innings, lead by 54 runs. On Sunday, the final day of the contest, Taimoor Sultan (3) and Nihal Mansoor (22) will resume their innings.

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa v Sindh, KCCA Stadium, Karachi:

    Asif Afridi’s brilliant six for 50 in 19 overs had Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 258 runs away from win with openers Mohammad Mohsin Khan and Mohammad Naeem Snr not out on 0 and five.

    Sindh, in their second innings, were bowled out for 133 as left-arm orthodox Asif took six wickets and Mohammad Imran chipped in with two for 23. Sindh captain and wicketkeeper Saifullah Bangash with 34 off 72 was the top-scorer in the innings. This took Asif’s wicket tally for the match to eight after he took two wickets for 75 runs yesterday.

    Earlier, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, in their first innings, managed 139 all out after resuming the day on 16 for none. Wicketkeeper-batsman Mohammad Haris made 36 – the highest score of the innings.

    Leg-spinner Abrar took four wickets for 32 runs, while Shahnawaz and Aamer Ali returned three for 35 and two for 18.

    Balochistan v Southern Punjab, State Bank Stadium, Karachi:

    Balochistan’s Akbar-ur-Rehman smashed a century, hitting 10 fours and a six, and Shahbaz Khan made 72 off 158 balls, which lifted Balochistan to 314 for nine in 83 overs.

    Akbar scored 108 off 199 balls and stitched a crucial 182-run partnership for the fourth wicket with Shahbaz after Balochistan began the day on 53 for two. Southern Punjab’s Muhammad Imran took six wickets for 106.

    Southern Punjab in their second innings were 69 for one from 20 overs before stumps were drawn. Tayyab Tahir was not out on 42 and he was joined by captain Zain Abbas on nine. The only wicket of the innings was taken by leg-spinner Usama Mir, who took three for 59 yesterday.

    Scores in brief:

    Central Punjab v Northern, TMC Ground, Karachi:

    Northern 128 all out, 56.1 overs (Taimoor Sultan 29, Ziad Khan 25, Zaid Alam 24, Raza Hasan 23; Atizaz Habib Khan 6-19, Kamran Afzal 2-59) and 170-4, 52 overs (Zaid Alam 112, Nihal Mansoor 22 not out; Atizaz Habib Khan 3-34)

    Central Punjab 244 all out, 66.4 overs (Atiq-ur-Rehman 57, Muhammad Akhlaq 50, Mohammad Faiq 49, Atizaz Habib Khan 29; Ziad Khan 4-3, Shadab Majeed 3-34, Raza Hasan 3-107)

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa v Sindh, KCCA Stadium, Karachi:

    Sindh 270-8, 83 overs (Ammad Alam 98, Danish Aziz 46, Saifullah Bangash 43, Saad Ali 22; Mohammad Imran 4-55, Asif Afridi 2-75) and 133 all out, 47 overs (Saifullah Bangash 34, Jahid Ali 25, Ammad Alam 20; Asif Afridi 6-50, Mohammad Imran 2-23)

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 139 all out, 41.3 overs (Mohammad Haris 36, Mohammad Mohsin Khan 21, Musadiq Ahmed 20, Mohammad Sarwar Afridi 20; Abrar Ahmed 4-32, Shahnawaz 3-35, Aamer Ali 2-18) and 6-0, 1.5 over (Mohammad Naeem Snr 5 not out)

    Balochistan v Southern Punjab, State Bank Stadium, Karachi:

    Southern Punjab 196 all out, 73 overs (Mukhtar Ahmed 51, Zain Abbas 42, Waqar Hussain 26 not out, Rameez Alam 25, Muhammad Imran 20; Mohammad Junaid 4-37, Usama Mir 3-59, Umaid Asif 2-20) and 69-1, 20 overs (Tayyab Tahir 42 not out)

    Balochistan 314-9, 83 overs (Akbar-ur-Rehman 108, Shahbaz Khan 72, Awais Zia 35, Umaid Asif 24, Usama Mir 21 not out; Muhammad Imran 6-106, Zia-ul-Haq 3-68)


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    Karachi, 28 October 2020:

    Balochistan centurions Azeem Ghumman and Awais Zia lit the opening day of the third round of the Second XIs Quaid-e-Azam Trophy.

    In the match between Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Southern Punjab, 18 wickets fell on the first day at KCCA Stadium.

    Balochistan v Central Punjab, TMC Cricket Ground, Karachi:

    Balochistan captain Azeem Ghumman and Awais Zia scored centuries to take their side to 408 for the loss of six wickets in 83 overs.

    Azeem smashed 14 fours on his way to 119 from 157 balls and knitted a solid 155-run opening stand with Shahzad Tareen, who made 44.

    Awais brought his 118 with the help of 12 fours and a maximum in just 102 balls.

    Ali Waqas, who batted at four, was the other notable run-getter for Balochistan with 55 off 85.

    For Central Punjab, Bilawal Iqbal and Atizaz Habib Khan picked up two wickets each for 49 and 91 runs before their openers – Muhammad Akhlaq (four) and Imran Dogar (0) – saw out five overs before the close of play.

    The pair will resume Central Punjab’s innings on Thursday with four runs on the board.

    Northern v Sindh, State Bank Stadium, Karachi:

    Northern were bowled out for 238 in 71.5 overs, after being put into bat. Taimoor Sultan top-scored with a 77-ball 70, laced with six fours and four sixes. He knitted a 56-run partnership for the third wicket with Umar Waheed (47 off 139, four fours)

    Wicket-keeper batsman Jamal Anwar was other notable contributor with 35 from 55 balls, hitting three fours.

    Sindh’s Abrar Ahmed, took five for 80, while Danish Aziz and Shahnawaz took two wickets apiece.

    Only 16 overs of Sindh’s innings were bowled in which they made 33 runs for the loss of three wickets.

    For Northern, Shadab Majeed grabbed two wickets for 12 runs in eight overs.

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa v Southern Punjab, KCCA Stadium, Karachi:

    18 wickets were fell in the first day’s play between Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Southern Punjab.
    Batting first, Southern Punjab were dismissed for 122 in the 54th over.

    Tayyab Tahir managed to score 30 from 50 balls, hitting four fours.
    For Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Irfanullah Shah, Asif Afridi and Zohaib Khan picked two wickets each.

    In reply, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa were 134 for eight in 35.5 overs when stumps were called.

    Wicket-keeper batsman Mohammad Haris top-scored with a 39-ball 38, laced with seven fours. Zohaib Khan contributed 33 from 77 balls. The duo contributed a valuable 60-run partnership for the fifth wicket.

    For Southern Punjab, Ali Usman picked four wickets for 53, while Mohammad Umair grabbed three wickets for eight runs.

    Scores in brief:

    Balochistan v Central Punjab, TMC Cricket Ground, Karachi:

    Balochistan 408-6, 83 overs (Azeem Ghumman 119, Awais Zia 118, Ali Waqas 55, Shahzad Tareen 44, Akbar-ur-Rehman 38 not out; Bilawal Iqbal 2-49, Atizaz Habib Khan 2-91)

    Central Punjab 4-0, 5 overs (Muhammad Akhlaq 4 not out)

    Northern v Sindh, State Bank Stadium, Karachi:

    Northern 238 all out, 71.5 overs (Taimoor Sultan 70, Umar Waheed 47, Jamal Anwar 35; Abrar Ahmed 5-80, Danish Aziz 2-31, Shahnawaz 2-42)

    Sindh 33-3, 16 overs (Azam Khan 12; Shadab Majeed 2-12)

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa v Southern Punjab, KCCA Stadium, Karachi:

    Southern Punjab 122 all out, 53.1 overs (Tayyab Tahir 30, Waqar Hussain 23 not out; Zohaib Khan 2-13, Irfanullah Shah 2-16, Asif Afridi 2-21)

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 134-8, 35.5 overs (Mohammad Haris 38, Zohaib Khan 33, Ali Usman 4-53, Mohammad Umair 3-8)
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    Balochistan dominated Central Punjab on the second consecutive day, while 13 wickets fell on the second day between Northern and Sindh of the third round of the Second XIs Quaid-e-Azam Trophy (non-first class).

    Balochistan v Central Punjab, TMC Cricket Ground, Karachi:

    Balochistan continued to dominate Central Punjab, by forcing them to follow-on after dismissing them for 192 in 57.2 overs in their first innings.

    Central Punjab were 127 for two in 36 overs, still trailing by 89 runs when stumps were drawn on day two. Imran Dogar remained unbeaten on 74 from 132 balls, hitting six fours and a six. He forged a 117-run partnership for the second wicket with Mohammad Faiq (39 off 59, five fours).

    Earlier in the day, resuming their innings on four for no loss, Central Punjab in their first innings were bundled out for 192. Atiq-ur-Rehman coming to bat at number five top-scored with a 75-ball 55, laced with five fours.

    Muhammad Akhlaq who resumed his innings on four not out, added 43 runs to his over-night score, and was dismissed for 47. His innings that came off 63 balls included five fours and two sixes.

    For Balochistan, left-arm spinner Mohammad Junaid picked five scalps for 47 runs, while Hayatullah and Usama Mir grabbed two wickets apiece.


    Northern v Sindh, State Bank Stadium, Karachi:

    13 wickets were fell on day two in the match between Northern and Sindh at State Bank Stadium.

    Resuming their first innings on the overnight score of 33 for three, Sindh were bowled out for 195 in 63.1 overs.

    Fahad Iqbal top-scored with a 118-ball 66, hitting eight fours. He knitted a 111-run partnership for the sixth wicket with Danish Aziz who contributed 55 from 88 balls, laced with six fours and two sixes.

    For Northern, Aamer Jamal, Raja Farzan Khan and Shadab Majeed picked three wickets each.

    With 43 runs first innings lead, Northern were 130 for six in 37 overs, when stumps were drawn.

    Kashif Iqbal 55 not out and Aamer Jamal 30 not out will resume their innings tomorrow.

    For Sindh, Abrar Ahmed, Ghulam Mudassar and Shahnawaz grabbed two wickets apiece.

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa v Southern Punjab, KCCA Stadium, Karachi:

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa will require 162 to win against Southern Punjab, when the game resumes on day-three tomorrow at KCCA Stadium.

    On day two, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa resuming their first innings on 134 for eight were all out for 181 in 44.1 overs, taking 59 runs first innings lead.

    For Southern Punjab, Ali Usman picked five wickets for 67, while Mohammad Umair took four wickets for 35.

    In reply, Southern Punjab were dismissed for 220 in 81.1 overs in their second innings. Mukhtar Ahmed scored 104 from 136 balls, smashing nine fours and five sixes.

    He knitted a 87-run opening partnership with Tayyab Tahir who scored an 80-ball 32, laced with two sixes and a four. Mohammad Umair was other notable run-getter with a 134-ball 58, where he struck five fours.

    For Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Asif Afridi picked five wickets, while Zohaib Khan grabbed three wickets.

    Scores in brief:

    Balochistan v Central Punjab, TMC Cricket Ground, Karachi:

    Balochistan 408-6, 83 overs (Azeem Ghumman 119, Awais Zia 118, Ali Waqas 55, Shahzad Tareen 44, Akbar-ur-Rehman 38 not out; Bilawal Iqbal 2-49, Atizaz Habib Khan 2-91)

    Central Punjab 192 all out, 57.2 overs (Atiq-ur-Rehman 55, Muhammad Akhlaq 47; Mohammad Junaid 5-47, Usama Mir 2-51, Hayatullah 2-75) and follow-on 127-2, 36 overs (Imran Dogar 74 not out, Mohammad Faiq 39)


    Northern v Sindh, State Bank Stadium, Karachi:

    Northern 238 all out, 71.5 overs (Taimoor Sultan 70, Umar Waheed 47, Jamal Anwar 35; Abrar Ahmed 5-80, Danish Aziz 2-31, Shahnawaz 2-42) and 130-6, 37 overs (Kashif Iqbal 55 not out, Aamer Jamal 30 not out; Ghulam Mudassar 2-28, Abrar Ahmed 2-33, Shahnawaz 2-44)

    Sindh 195 all out, 63.1 overs (Fahad Iqbal 66, Danish Aziz 55; Aamer Jamal 3-21, Raja Farzan Khan 3-42, Shadab Majeed 3-67)


    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa v Southern Punjab, KCCA Stadium, Karachi:

    Southern Punjab 122 all out, 53.1 overs (Tayyab Tahir 30, Waqar Hussain 23 not out; Zohaib Khan 2-13, Irfanullah Shah 2-16, Asif Afridi 2-21) and 220 all out, 81.1 overs (Mukhtar Ahmed 104, Mohammad Umair 58, Tayyab Tahir 32; Asif Afridi 5-86, Zohaib Khan 3-60)

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 181 all out, 44.1 overs (Mohammad Haris 38, Zohaib Khan 33, Mohammad Imran 32; Ali Usman 5-67, Mohammad Umair 4-35)


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    Balochistan’s Hayatullah reprimanded for excessive appealing

    Karachi, 30 October 2019:

    Balochistan Second XI’s off-spinner Hayatullah has been reprimanded for a level 1 offence relating to excessive appealing during his side’s three-day Quaid-e-Azam Trophy match against Central Punjab at the TMC Ground in Karachi

    The incident happened on Thursday in the 34th over of the Central Punjab innings when Hayatullah appealed excessively for an LBW off his own bowling.

    Hayatullah was charged by on-field umpires Khalid Mahmood Snr and Aslam Bareach at the end of second day’s play for violating article 2.1 of the PCB Code of Conduct for Players and Player support Personnel.

    Hayatullah accepted the charge and was reprimanded by match referee Khalid Jamshed.


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    Second XI Quaid-e-Azam Trophy: Northern, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa win their matches

    Karachi, 30 October 2020:

    Northern beat Sindh by 115 runs and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa overhauled a 162-run target in 37.2 overs against Southern Punjab on the final day of the third round of the three-day non first-class Second XI Quaid-e-Azam Trophy.

    After being enforced to follow-on on Thursday, Central Punjab secured a draw against Balochistan at the TMC Ground.

    Balochistan v Central Punjab, TMC Ground, Karachi:

    A Century by Imran Dogar and half-centuries by wicketkeeper-batsman Farhan Khan and Mohammad Irfan Khan helped Central Punjab to secure a draw after being forced to follow-on.

    With an 89-run trail and eight wickets in hand, Central Punjab resumed the final day of the three-day contest at 127 for two. Imran Dogar added 28 runs to his overnight score as he made 102. His 178-ball vigil was studded with seven fours and two sixes.

    Farhan (50) and Irfan (70) kept the Balochistan bowlers from making any further inroads, before Atizaz Habib Khan (33) and Bilawal Iqbal (23 not out) saw Central Punjab through the day.


    Central Punjab were 349 for seven in 115 overs when stumps were drawn.

    Northern v Sindh, State Bank Stadium, Karachi:

    Sindh suffered a 115-run defeat against Northern as they were bowled out for 117 in 34.4 overs on the final day of the three-day fixture.

    With 75 off 47 balls, which included six sixes and six fours, opener Azam Khan was the top-scorer for Sindh, while Danish Aziz was the other notable run-getter as he made 45 off 63. Northern’s Aamer Jamal and Shadab Majeed took three wickets each, while Ziad Khan returned two for 12.

    After starting the day at 130 for six, Northern made 249 for seven to set 233-run target. Aamer Jamal recorded a century after resuming on 30. He struck 11 fours and three sixes on his way to an unbeaten 100 off 132. His overnight partner, Kashif Iqbal added four runs to his tally before getting dismissed by Ghulam Mudassar (3-37) on 59.


    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa v Southern Punjab, KCCA Stadium, Karachi:

    Half-centuries by Musadiq Ahmed and Mohammad Naeem Snr set an eight-wicket win for Khyber Pakhtunkhwa over Southern Punjab.

    Musadiq smashed 10 fours and two sixes in his unbeaten 82 off 105, while Naeem scored 57 from 76 balls. Both batsmen stitched a 117-run second wicket stand after Mohammad Mohsin Khan was dismissed by Ali Usman (2-57) with 17 runs on board.

    Their partnership helped Khyber Pakhtunkhwa overhaul 162-run target in 37.2 overs with eight wickets spare.



    Scores in brief:

    Balochistan v Central Punjab, TMC Ground, Karachi:

    Balochistan 408-6, 83 overs (Azeem Ghumman 119, Awais Zia 118, Ali Waqas 55, Shahzad Tareen 44, Akbar-ur-Rehman 38 not out; Bilawal Iqbal 2-49, Atizaz Habib Khan 2-91)

    Central Punjab 192 all out, 57.2 overs (Atiq-ur-Rehman 55, Muhammad Akhlaq 47, Atizaz Habib Khan 28, Mohammad Faiq 25, Imran Dogar 22; Mohammad Junaid 5-47, Usama Mir 2-51, Hayatullah 2-75) and 349-7, 115 overs (Imran Dogar 102, Mohammad Irfan Khan 70, Farhan Khan 50, Mohammad Faiq 39, Atizaz Habib Khan 33, Bilawal Iqbal 23 not out; Mohammad Junaid 3-92, Hayatullah 2-112)

    Result – Match drawn


    Northern v Sindh, State Bank Stadium, Karachi:

    Northern 238 all out, 71.5 overs (Taimoor Sultan 70, Umar Waheed 47, Jamal Anwar 35, Kashif Iqbal 25; Abrar Ahmed 5-80, Danish Aziz 2-31, Shahnawaz 2-42) and 249-7, 63.5 overs (Aamer Jamal 100 not out, Kashif Iqbal 59, Raja Farzan Khan 38 not out; Ghulam Mudassar 3-37, Shahnawaz 2-58, Abrar Ahmed 2-69)

    Sindh 195 all out, 63.1 overs (Fahad Iqbal 66, Danish Aziz 55; Aamer Jamal 3-21, Raja Farzan Khan 3-42, Shadab Majeed 3-67) and 177 all out, 34.4 overs (Azam Khan 75, Danish Aziz 45, Adeel Malik 23; Aamer Jamal 3-22, Shadab Majeed 3-55, Ziad Khan 2-12)

    Result – Northern won by 115 runs

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa v Southern Punjab, KCCA Stadium, Karachi:

    Southern Punjab 122 all out, 53.1 overs (Tayyab Tahir 30, Waqar Hussain 23 not out; Zohaib Khan 2-13, Irfanullah Shah 2-16, Asif Afridi 2-21) and 220 all out, 81.1 overs (Mukhtar Ahmed 104, Mohammad Umair 58; Asif Afridi 5-86, Zohaib Khan 3-60)

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 181 all out, 44.1 overs (Mohammad Haris 38, Zohaib Khan 33, Mohammad Imran 32, Mohammad Mohsin Khan 21, Musadiq Ahmed 21; Ali Usman 5-67, Mohammad Umair 4-35) and 165-2, 37.2 overs (Musadiq Ahmed 82 not out, Mohammad Naeem Snr 57; Ali Usman 2-57)

    Result – Khyber Pakhtunkhwa won by eight wickets


    Fourth round fixtures (2-4 Nov), Karachi:

    Northern v Balochistan – TMC Ground

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa v Central Punjab – KCCA Stadium

    Sindh v Southern Punjab – State Bank Stadium


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    Karachi, 2 November 2020:

    Seventeen wickets fell on the opening day of the fourth round match of the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy for Second XI teams between Central Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa at KCCA Stadium in Karachi.

    Central Punjab v Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, KCCA Stadium, Karachi:

    Bowlers dominated the first day of the match. After being put into bat, Central Punjab were bowled out for 138 in 54.1 overs. Bilawal Iqbal remained unbeaten on 43 from 60 balls that included three fours and two sixes.

    For Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Mohammad Wasim Jr grabbed three wickets for 28, while Asad Afridi, Asif Afridi and Irfanullah Shah took two wickets apiece.

    In reply, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in their first innings were 100 for seven when stumps were drawn. Mohammad Haris top-scored with 34 from 40 balls, hitting six fours.

    Kamran Afzal was the pick of the bowlers for Central Punjab, taking five wickets for 34 runs.

    Balochistan v Northern, TMC Cricket Ground, Karachi:

    Northern’s Umar Waheed’s decision to bat first backfired as Northern were bundled out for 169 in 64.1 overs. Kashif Iqbal coming to bat at number five top-scored with 49 from 111 balls. Other notable performance came from Zaid Alam who scored a 72-ball 31, which included two boundaries.

    For Balochistan, Mohammad Talha took four wickets for 17 runs in 6.1 overs. Jalat Khan and Hayatullah chipped in with three and two wickets, respectively.

    In return, at stumps, Balochistan were 134 for three in 29 overs, courtesy unbeaten knock of 63 from Awais Zia. Awais’ 68-ball innings included eight fours and two sixes. He knitted a 67-run second-wicket partnership with Azeem Ghumman (31 off 45 balls, two fours and a six).

    For Northern, left-arm spinner Farhan Shafiq took two wickets for 32 runs.

    Sindh v Southern Punjab, State Bank Stadium, Karachi:

    A five-wicket haul from Sindh’s Shahnawaz bowled out Southern Punjab for 126. Batting first, Southern Punjab lost wickets at regular intervals and were eventually dismissed on the last ball of the 59th over. Mukhtar Ahmed top-scored with a 91-ball 35, hitting five fours. Waqar Hussain contributed 30 from 49 balls.

    For Sindh, right-arm fast Shahnawaz took five wickets for 31 in 15 overs. Abrar Ahmed with his leg-spin bowling grabbed three wickets for 34.

    At stumps, Sindh in their first innings were 52 for one in 27 overs. Shehzar Mohammad (27 off 88 balls) and Saad Ali (6 off 25 balls) will resume their innings tomorrow.

    Scores in brief:

    Central Punjab v Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, KCCA Stadium, Karachi:

    Central Punjab 138 all out, 54.1 overs (Bilawal Iqbal 43 not out, Atizaz Habib Khan 22; Mohammad Wasim Jr 3-28, Asad Afridi 2-18, Irfanullah Shah 2-21, Asif Afridi 2-49)

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 100-7, 35 overs (Mohammad Haris 34; Kamran Afzal 5-34)

    Balochistan v Northern, TMC Cricket Ground, Karachi:

    Northern 169 all out, 64.1 overs (Kashif Iqbal 49, Zaid Alam 31; Mohammad Talha 4-17, Jalat Khan 3-46, Hayatullah 2-72)

    Balochistan 134-3, 29 overs (Awais Zia 63 not out, Azeem Ghumman 31; Farhan Shafiq 2-32)

    Sindh v Southern Punjab, State Bank Stadium, Karachi:

    Southern Punjab 126 all out, 59 overs (Mukhtar Ahmed 35, Waqar Hussain 30; Shahnawaz 5-31, Abrar Ahmed 3-34)

    Sindh 52-1, 27 overs (Shehzar Mohammad 27 not out; Ali Usman 1-4)


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    PCB has made the mockery of this Second XI tournament. Majority of the Matches are getting results (which Itself are 3-Day matches), matches are getting completed in 2 or 2.5 days.. There are hardly any Batsman scores any runs and not to mention 100s. Teams are getting bundled within 150s.

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    Bowlers continued to dominate in the fourth round matches of the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy for Second XI teams, as 16 wickets fell on the second day match between Sindh and Southern Punjab and 11 wickets in the match between Central Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.


    Sindh v Southern Punjab, State Bank Stadium, Karachi:

    Sixteen wickets were fell on the second day as the match hangs in balance with Southern Punjab leading by 126 runs with three second innings wickets in hand.

    Earlier in the day, resuming their first innings on 52 for one, Sindh were bowled out for 149 in 62.1 overs. Shehzar Mohammad top-scored with a 137-ball 47, hitting five fours. Saad Ali was other notable scorer with 29 from 67 balls.

    For Southern Punjab, Ali Usman took six wickets for 34 runs. Ali Shafiq and Zia ul Haq grabbed two wickets a piece.

    At stumps, Southern Punjab in their second innings were 149 for seven in 48 overs. Zain Abbas top-scored with a 63-ball 37, laced with three fours and a six. Rameez Alam (26 off 82 balls) and Zia ul Haq (18 off 17 balls) will resume their innings tomorrow.

    Sindh’s Abrar Ahmed took three wickets for 46.


    Central Punjab v Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, KCCA Stadium, Karachi:

    A 109-run opening partnership from Central Punjab’s Imran Dogar and Farhan Khan helped their side to a 207-run lead with two second innings wickets in hand.

    Resuming their first innings on 100 for seven, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa were bowled out for 133 in 44.2 overs.

    In reply, taking a five-run lead, Central Punjab were 202 for eight in 85 overs when stumps were drawn. Imran top-scored with a 155-ball 74, which included six fours and two sixes. Farhan’s 126-ball 45 innings included four boundaries. Bilawal Iqbal was other notable scorer with an unbeaten 38 from 88 balls, laced with four fours and a six.

    Asif Afridi was the pick of the bowlers for Khyber Pakhtunkhwa taking four wickets for 60 runs.


    Balochistan v Northern, TMC Cricket Ground, Karachi:

    Awais Zia’s century and Jalat Khan’s five-wicket haul put Balochistan in a commanding position against Northern on the second day of the non-first class match.

    Resuming their innings on 134 for three, Balochistan managed to score 375 for eight in 83 overs, courtesy 108 from opening batsman Awais. He struck 12 fours and three sixes in his 135 balls innings. Akbar-ur-Rehman contributed 79 from 121 balls, hitting six fours.

    Shahbaz Khan chipped in with an unbeaten 62 from 86 balls, laced with two fours and a six.

    For Northern, Farhan Shafiq took four wickets for 147, while Raja Farzan Khan grabbed three wickets.

    In reply, Northern in their second innings were 112 for five from 36 overs when stumps were drawn. For Balochistan, Jalat Khan took all five wickets to fall, giving away 60 runs.

    Ziad Khan (59 off 103 balls) and Jamal Anwar (0 from 18 balls) will resume their innings tomorrow with Northern still trailing by 94 runs.


    Scores in brief:

    Central Punjab v Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, KCCA Stadium, Karachi:

    Central Punjab 138 all out, 54.1 overs (Bilawal Iqbal 43 not out, Atizaz Habib Khan 22; Mohammad Wasim Jr 3-28, Asad Afridi 2-18, Irfanullah Shah 2-21, Asif Afridi 2-49) and 202-8, 85 overs (Imran Dogar 74, Farhan Khan 45, Bilawal Iqbal 38 not out; Asif Afridi 4-60, Waqar Ahmed 2-21)

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 133 all out, 44.2 overs (Mohammad Haris 34, Asif Afridi 27; Kamran Afzal 5-49, Mohammad Ali 2-19, Atizaz Habib Khan 2-26)


    Balochistan v Northern, TMC Cricket Ground, Karachi:

    Northern 169 all out, 64.1 overs (Kashif Iqbal 49, Zaid Alam 31; Mohammad Talha 4-17, Jalat Khan 3-46, Hayatullah 2-72) and 112-5, 36 overs (Ziad Khan 59 not out, Shoaib Ahmed 23; Jalat Khan 5-60)

    Balochistan 375-8, 83 overs (Awais Zia 108, Akbar-ur-Rehman 79, Shahbaz Khan 62 not out, Azeem Ghumman 31; Farhan Shafiq 4-147, Raja Farzan Khan 3-90)


    Sindh v Southern Punjab, State Bank Stadium, Karachi:

    Southern Punjab 126 all out, 59 overs (Mukhtar Ahmed 35, Waqar Hussain 30; Shahnawaz 5-31, Abrar Ahmed 3-34) and 149-7, 48 overs (Zain Abbas 37, Rameez Alam 26 not out; Abrar Ahmed 3-46, Ghulam Mudassar 2-30, Danish Aziz 2-37)

    Sindh 149 all out, 62.1 overs (Shehzar Mohammad 47, Saad Ali 29; Ali Usman 6-34, Ali Shafiq 2-33, Zia ul Haq 2-49)
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    Quote Originally Posted by waheed_sofi View Post
    PCB has made the mockery of this Second XI tournament. Majority of the Matches are getting results (which Itself are 3-Day matches), matches are getting completed in 2 or 2.5 days.. There are hardly any Batsman scores any runs and not to mention 100s. Teams are getting bundled within 150s.
    I rather have results than no results

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    Concussion replacement – Adeel Malik replaces Ghulam Muddassar

    Karachi, 4 November 2020:

    Fast bowler Adeel Malik has taken the field in place of Ghulam Mudassar in Sindh’s Second XI for their fourth round fixture of the three-day Quaid-e-Azam Trophy against Southern Punjab at the State Bank Stadium as a concussion replacement after the latter received a blow on his head while fielding yesterday.

    Mudassar was observed by the physios of both teams overnight and was asssessed again before the resumption of the last day’s play today.

    While there were no immediate memory, balance and coordination issues, the 21-year-old felt dizziness following which Ghulam Ali, Sindh Second XI’s head coach and manager, made a request for the concussion substitution to match referee Mohammad Aslam, which was approved.

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    Balochistan’s left-arm spinner Jalat took ten wickets in the match as Balochistan beat Northern by an innings and 63 runs in the fourth round match at TMC Cricket Ground in Karachi.

    In other matches of the round, Sindh cruised to an eight-wicket win over Southern Punjab, while in a low-scoring game Central Punjab overcame Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in the last session of the match.

    Balochistan v Northern, TMC Cricket Ground, Karachi:

    A seven-wicket haul from left-arm spinner Jalat Khan guided Balochistan to an innings and 63 runs win over Northern. Jalat ended the match with figures of 10 for 113 runs.

    Hayatullah was other notable performer with the ball, taking three second innings wickets for 50 runs.

    Earlier, Northern resuming their second innings on 112 for five, with a deficit of 94 runs, were bowled out for 143 in 54.2 overs. Ziad Khan who resumed his innings from an over-night score of 59, got out to Hayatullah for 81. His innings included six fours and two sixes.

    Sindh v Southern Punjab, State Bank Stadium, Karachi:

    Abrar Ahmed five-wicket haul and Jahid Ali’s unbeaten half-century helped Sindh to a comfortable eight-wicket win over Southern Punjab.

    Right-arm leg-spinner Abrar ended with match figures of eight for 87.

    Southern Punjab resuming their second innings on 149 for seven, could add only 18 runs to the tally before getting all out for 167 in 55.5 overs.

    In reply, Sindh chased down the 145-run target in 38.1 overs for the loss of two wickets. Jahid top-scored with an unbeaten 113-ball 55, laced with eight fours, while Danish Aziz was other unbeaten batsman with 36 from 34 balls, hitting four fours and a six. Saad Khan (41 off42 balls) and Shehzar Mohammad (7 off 40 balls) were the batsmen to be dismissed.

    In other events of the match, Sindh’s Ghulam Mudassar was replaced by fast bowler Adeel Malik as a concussion replacement. Adeel took the field on the third day of the match.

    Central Punjab v Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, KCCA Stadium, Karachi:

    In a low-scoring game, Central Punjab overcame Khyber Pakhtunkhwa by 35 runs, as 12 wickets fell in the day.

    Resuming their second innings on 202 for eight, Central Punjab were dismissed for 231 in 95.5 overs. Bilawal Iqbal scored an unbeaten 55 runs from 124 balls, hitting five fours and a six.

    For Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Asif Afridi took four wickets for 72, while Mohammad Wasim Jr grabbed three wickets for 45 runs.

    Chasing 237 to win, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa were dismissed for 201 in the 57th over. Musadiq Ahmed top-scored with an 86-ball 70, hitting seven boundaries and a six. Mehran Ibrahim was other notable run-getter with 43 from 52 balls.

    For Central Punjab, Kamran Afzal took four wickets for 83 and finished with match figures of nine for 132. Bilawal Iqbal and Mohammad Ali took two wickets apiece.

    Scores in brief:

    Balochistan v Northern, TMC Cricket Ground, Karachi:

    Northern 169 all out, 64.1 overs (Kashif Iqbal 49, Zaid Alam 31; Mohammad Talha 4-17, Jalat Khan 3-46, Hayatullah 2-72) and 143 all out, 54.2 over (Ziad Khan 81, Shoaib Ahmed 23; Jalat Khan 7-67, Hayatullah 3-50)

    Balochistan 375-8, 83 overs (Awais Zia 108, Akbar-ur-Rehman 79, Shahbaz Khan 62 not out, Azeem Ghumman 31; Farhan Shafiq 4-147, Raja Farzan Khan 3-90)

    Result: Balochistan won by an innings and 63 runs

    Sindh v Southern Punjab, State Bank Stadium, Karachi:

    Southern Punjab 126 all out, 59 overs (Mukhtar Ahmed 35, Waqar Hussain 30; Shahnawaz 5-31, Abrar Ahmed 3-34) and 167 all out, 55.5 overs (Rameez Alam 42, Zain Abbas 37; Abrar Ahmed 5-53, Ghulam Mudassar 2-30, Danish Aziz 2-37)

    Sindh 149 all out, 62.1 overs (Shehzar Mohammad 47, Saad Ali 29; Ali Usman 6-34, Ali Shafiq 2-33, Zia ul Haq 2-49) and 145-2, 38.1 overs (Jahid Ali 55 not out, Saad Khan 41, Danish Aziz 36 not out; Mohammad Umair 1-23, Mohammad Imran 1-26)

    Result: Sindh won by eight wickets

    Central Punjab v Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, KCCA Stadium, Karachi:

    Central Punjab 138 all out, 54.1 overs (Bilawal Iqbal 43 not out, Atizaz Habib Khan 22; Mohammad Wasim Jr 3-28, Asad Afridi 2-18, Irfanullah Shah 2-21, Asif Afridi 2-49) and 231 all out,95.5 overs (Imran Dogar 74, Bilawal Iqbal 55 not out, Farhan Khan 45; Asif Afridi 4-72, Mohammad Wasim Jr 3-45, Waqar Ahmed 2-21)

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 133 all out, 44.2 overs (Mohammad Haris 34, Asif Afridi 27; Kamran Afzal 5-49, Mohammad Ali 2-19, Atizaz Habib Khan 2-26) and 201 all out, 56.2 overs (Musadiq Ahmed 70, Mehran Ibrahim 43, Mohammad Haris 31; Kamran Afzal 4-83, Bilawal Iqbal 2-23, Mohammad Ali 2-47)

    Result: Central Punjab won by 35 runs


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    Northern’s Nasir Nawaz hit an unbeaten 147 as Northern amassed 344 for seven on the opening day of their Quaid-e-Azam Trophy three-day tournament for Second XIs, fifth-round fixture against Khyber Pakhtunkhwa at the State Bank Stadium in Karachi. The other two matches between Sindh and Balochistan and Central and Southern Punjab were dominated by the bowlers.

    Sindh vs Balochistan, KCCA Stadium, Karachi:

    Batting first, Sindh were rolled over for 121 runs in 53.2 overs. Fahad Iqbal top-scored for Sindh with 39 runs, Hasan Mohsin scored 16, no other batsman reached double figures. For Balochistan Muhammad Talha took four wickets, Umaid Asif and Jalat Khan took three wickets each.

    In reply, Balochistan also had to endure a torrid time with the bat as they ended the first day on 82 for seven in 36 overs. Taimur Khan is unbeaten on 26 while Abdul Rehman Muzammil scored 22 runs. Aamer Ali has so far taken three while Abrar Ahmed has collected two wickets. Balochistan will resume their first innings tomorrow, 39 runs behind Sindh with only three wickets intact.

    Central Punjab v Southern Punjab, TMC Ground, Karachi:

    Central Punjab’s decision to bat first backfired as they were rolled over for 97 runs in their first innings in 45.2 overs. Kamran Afzal top-scored with 37 runs. Left-arm-spinner Umar Khan took four wickets for 16 runs. Ali Usman took three for 43 runs.

    In reply, Southern Punjab also found batting a challenge as they ended the day at 154 for six in 48 overs. Tayyab Tahir top-scored with 42 while Mohammad Mohsin made 35 runs. Left-arm-spinner Kamran Afzal took three while Atizaz Habib Khan took two wickets.

    Southern Punjab will resume their first innings tomorrow with a 57-run lead and four first innings wickets in hand.

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa vs Northern, State Bank Stadium, Karachi:

    Nasir Nawaz enjoyed a great day with the bat as the middle-order batsman smashed 12 fours and six sixes in an unbeaten 147 off 189 balls to help Northern reach 344 for seven in 83 overs at close of first day’s play against Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

    Kashif Iqbal and Shoaib Ahmed contributed fifties to help Northern reach a strong position.

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa had reached 14 for no loss in five overs in reply when stumps were drawn for the day.

    Scores in brief:

    Sindh vs Balochistan, KCCA Stadium, Karachi

    Sindh 121 all out, 53.2 overs (Fahad Iqbal 39; Muhammad Talha 4-24, Umaid Asif 3-21, Jalat Khan 3-51)

    Balochistan 82 for 7, 36 overs (Taimur Khan 26 not out, Abdur Rehman Muzammil 22; Amir Ali 3-23, Abrar Ahmed 2-34)

    Central Punjab v Southern Punjab, TMC Ground, Karachi

    Central Punjab 97 all out, 45.2 overs (Kamran Afzal 37; Umer Khan 4-16, Ali Usman 3-43, Ali Shafique 2-11)

    Southern Punjab 154 for six, 48 overs (Tayyab Tahir 42, Muhammad Mohsin 35; Kamran Afzal 3-31, Atizaz Habib 2-43)

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa vs Northern, State Bank Stadium, Karachi:

    Northern 344 for 7, 83 overs (Nasir Nawaz 147 not out, Kashif Iqbal 58, Shoaib Ahmed 52; Asad Afridi 2-24)

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 14 for no loss, five overs


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    Southern Punjab trounced Central Punjab by nine wickets while Sindh were nearing a win over Balochistan at the end of the second day’s play in the fifth-round matches of Quaid-e-Azam Trophy three-day tournament for Second XIs being played in Karachi.

    Central Punjab v Southern Punjab, TMC Ground, Karachi:

    Southern Punjab recorded a comprehensive nine-wicket win over Central Punjab. After gaining a 167-run first innings lead, Southern Punjab bowlers Ali Usman and Umar Khan who shared nine wickets between them (five for Usman, four for Umar) dismissed Central Punjab for 187 runs in their second innings. Ali Zaryab, Muhammad Akhlaq and Mohammad Irfan Khan contributed 45, 43 and 41 runs, respectively for Central Punjab but couldn’t provide any sustained resistance.

    Set a 21-run target, Southern Punjab finished the game off in four overs for the loss of one wicket.

    Earlier in the day, Southern Punjab who resumed their first innings at the overnight score of 154 for six managed to add another 110 runs courtesy Rameez Alam’s unbeaten 77-run knock. Rameez found good support in Zia-ul-Haq who made 40 runs. Kamran Afzal finished with four wickets for 75 runs.

    Balochistan vs Sindh, KCCA Stadium, Karachi:

    Resuming at the overnight first innings score of 82 for seven, Balochistan lost their last three wickets for the addition of 14 runs only as they were bowled out for 96 in 43.4 overs. Taimur Khan was dismissed on Sunday morning for 33 runs; Abrar Ahmed took five wickets for 36 while Aamir Ali took three for 35.

    Sindh who had gained 25-run first innings lead were bowled out for 188 in their second innings with Hasan Mohsin top scoring with 51. Jalat Khan took five wickets.

    Set at 214-run target, Balochistan finished the second day struggling at 34 for four, the spin twins Amir and Abrar took two wickets each. Balochistan require an additional 180 runs tomorrow with six wickets standing.

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa vs Northern, State Bank Stadium, Karachi:

    Northern who led Khyber Pakhtunkhwa by 34 runs in the first innings, reached 29 for one in their second innings to extend their lead to 63 runs with nine second innings wickets intact.

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa were dismissed for 310 in their first innings, Sahibzada Farhan scored 105 with the help of 15 fours off 174 balls. Mehran Ibrahim (61) and Nabi Gul (53) scored fifties.

    Pacer Shadab Majeed took five wickets while Salman Irshad took three wickets for Northern.

    Scores in brief:

    Central Punjab v Southern Punjab, TMC Ground, Karachi

    Central Punjab 97 all out, 45.2 overs (Kamran Afzal 37; Umar Khan 4-16, Ali Usman 3-43, Ali Shafiq 2-11) and 187 all out, 53.2 overs (Ali Zaryab 45, Muhammad Akhlaq 43, Mohammad Irfan Khan 41; Ali Usman 5-84, Umar Khan 4-47)

    Southern Punjab 264 all out, 81.5 overs (Rameez Alam 77 not out, Tayyab Tahir 42, Zia-ul-Haq 40; Kamran Afzal 4-75, Atizaz Habib Khan 2-66) and 21-1, four overs.

    Result: Southern Punjab won by nine wickets

    Balochistan vs Sindh, KCCA Stadium, Karachi

    Sindh 121 all out, 53.2 overs (Fahad Iqbal 39; Mohammad Talha 4-24, Umaid Asif 3-21, Jalat Khan 3-51) and 188 all out, 57.2 overs (Hasan Mohsin 51, Fahad Iqbal 34; Jalat Khan 5-79)

    Balochistan 96 all out, 43.4 overs (Taimur Khan 33, Abdul Rehman Muzammil 22; Abrar Ahmed 5-36, Aamer Ali 3-35,) and 34-4, 20 overs (Gulraiz Sadaf 12; Abrar Ahmed 2-4, Aamer Ali 2-21)

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa vs Northern, State Bank Stadium, Karachi:

    Northern 344 for 7, 83 overs (Nasir Nawaz 147 not out, Kashif Iqbal 58, Shoaib Ahmed 52; Asad Afridi 2-24) and 29-1, 12 overs (Nasir Nawaz 17 not out; Arshad Iqbal 1-9)

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 310 all out, 78.4 overs (Sahibzada Farhan 105, Mehran Ibrahim 61, Nabi Gul, 53; Shadab Majeed 5-61, Salman Irshad 3-75)


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    Sindh beat Balochistan by 71 runs at the KCCA Stadium in the fifth-round match of Quaid-e-Azam Trophy three-day tournament for Second XIs while Khyber Pakhtunkhwa won a thriller against Northern by one-wicket at the State Bank Stadium.

    Sindh vs Balochistan, KCCA Stadium, Karachi:

    Set at 214-run target, Balochistan were bowled out for 142 runs in 73.3 overs in the second session of the third and final day. Abdul Rehman Muzammil top-scored with 59 off 207 balls with the help of three fours. Umaid Asif scored 26 while Shahbaz Khan made 23 runs as most of the Balochistan batsmen failed to make an impression.

    Leg-spinner Abrar who took five wickets in the first innings finished with six for 59 in 32.3 overs, Amir Ali took two wickets for 46 runs as Balochistan surrendered meekly.

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa vs Northern, State Bank Stadium, Karachi:

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa produced a stunning batting performance to win the match by a solitary wicket as they scored 259 runs for the loss of nine wickets in 36.2 overs in the final session of the three-day match (target 258).

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s opener Waqar Ahmed scored 92 off 96 balls while Mohammad Sarwar contributed 61 off 38 balls to steer their team to their thrilling win. Northern’s Shadab Majeed took four while Salman Irshad took three wickets.

    Earlier, Northern who started the day with a 63 runs lead with nine second innings wickets intact declared at 223 for eight after 62 overs. Shoaib Ahmed scored 88 off 97 balls (11 fours, one six). First innings centurion Nasir Nawaz contributed 47. Left-arm-spinner Asif Afridi took four while pacer Arshad Iqbal took two wickets.

    Scores in brief:

    Sindh vs Balochistan, KCCA Stadium, Karachi

    Sindh 121 all out, 53.2 overs (Fahad Iqbal 39; Muhammad Talha 4-24, Umaid Asif 3-21, Jalat Khan 3-51) and 188 all out, 57.2 overs (Hasan Mohsin 51, Fahad Iqbal 34; Jalat Khan 5-79)

    Balochistan 96 all out, 43.4 overs (Taimur Khan 33, Abdul Rehman Muzammil 22; Amir Ali 3-35, Abrar Ahmed 5-36) and 142 all out in 73.3 overs (Abdul Rehman Muzammil 59, Umaid Asif 26, Shahbaz Khan 23; Abrar Ahmed 6-59, Aamer Ali 2-46)

    Result: Sindh won by 71 runs

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa vs Northern, State Bank Stadium, Karachi:

    Northern 344 for 7, 83 overs (Nasir Nawaz 147, Kashif Iqbal 58, Shoaib Ahmed 52; Asad Afridi 2-24) and 223 for 8 declared, 62 overs (Shoaib Ahmed 88, Nasir Nawaz 47; Asif Afridi 4-66, Arshad Iqbal 2-61)

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 310 all out, 78.4 overs (Sahibzada Farhan 105, Mehran Ibrahim 61, Nabi Gul, 53; Shadab Majeed 5-61, Salman Irshad 3-75) and 259 for 9, 36.2 overs (Waqar Ahmed 92, Muhammad Sarwar 61, Nabi Gul 41; Shadab Majeed 4-77, Salman Irshad 3-84)

    Result: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa won by one wicket


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    Karachi, 20 November 2020: Central Punjab’s left-arm-spinner Kamran Afzal took seven wickets as Sindh were dismissed for 174 runs in their first innings on the opening day of the sixth-round match of Quaid-e-Azam Trophy three-day tournament for Second XIs being played at the TMC Ground, Karachi on Friday. Southern Punjab’s Waqar Hussain and Sindh’s Faraz Ali scored centuries.

    Northern vs Southern Punjab, KCCA Stadium, Karachi:

    Southern Punjab won the toss and elected to bat first. Waqar Hassan’s 114 off 208 balls guided the team to their 325 for five total in 83 overs. Rameez Alam scored unbeaten 72 while Mohammad Basit made 57 off 88 balls. Salman Irshad took three wickets.

    Northern finished the day at 24 for no loss in five overs

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa vs Balochistan, State Bank Stadium, Karachi:

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa won the toss and asked Balochistan to bat first, Balochistan were dismissed for 225 runs in 79.5 overs in their first innings. Shahbaz Khan top-scored with an unbeaten 59 off 131 balls, his innings included four fours and one six. Gulraiz Sadaf scored 38. Asif Afridi took four for 58 while Mohammad Abbas Afridi took two wickets for 39 runs.

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa ended the first day at 34 for no loss in their first innings.

    Sindh vs Central Punjab, TMC Ground, Karachi:

    Central Punjab won the toss and asked Sindh to bat; left-arm-spinner Kamran Afzal took seven wickets for 56 runs in 27.3 overs as Sindh were rolled over for 174 in 66.2 overs.

    Opener Faraz Ali scored 100 runs with the help of eight fours (173 balls) while his partner Jahanzaib Sultan contributed 28 runs before Kamran dismantled the Sindh batting line-up.

    In reply, Central Punjab reached 122 for no loss at close of play as openers Muhammad Akhlaq (75 not out) and Imran Dogar (46 not out) further strengthened their team’s position after Kamran’s bowling exploits.

    Scores in brief:

    Northern vs Southern Punjab, KCCA Stadium, Karachi:

    Southern Punjab 325-5, 83 overs (Waqar Hussain 114, Rameez Alam 72 not out, Mohammad Basit 57; Salman Irshad 3-81)

    Northern 24-0, 5 overs

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa vs Balochistan, State Bank Stadium, Karachi:

    Balochistan 225 all out, 79.5 overs (Shahbaz Khan 59 not out, Gulraiz Sadaf 38; Asif Afridi 4-58, Mohammad Abbas Afridi 2-39)

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 34-0, 9 overs

    Sindh vs Central Punjab, TMC Ground, Karachi:

    Sindh 174 all out, 66.2 overs (Faraz Ali 100, Jahanzaib Sultan 28; Kamran Afzal 7-56, Asfand Mehran 2-54)

    Central Punjab 122-0, 22 overs (Muhammad Akhlaq 75 not out, Imran Dogar 46 not out)


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    Karachi, 21 November 2020: Central Punjab’s Muhammad Akhlaq scored 176 punctuated with 14 sixes to guide his side to a strong position on day-two of the sixth-round match of Quaid-e-Azam Trophy three-day tournament for Second XIs against Sindh being played at the TMC Ground, Karachi on Saturday.

    The match between Balochistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa is evenly poised as Balochistan ended day-two 189 runs ahead with one second innings wicket intact.

    Northern vs Southern Punjab, KCCA Stadium, Karachi:

    Resuming their first innings at the overnight score of 24 for no loss, Northern were bowled out for 160 in 61.1 overs which gave Southern Punjab a 165-run first innings lead. Taimur Sultan top-scored with 44 runs. Ali Usman took four while Muhammad Irfan took three wickets.

    After being forced to follow-on, Northern ended day-two at 67 for two in their 39 overs, Taimur was batting on 29 when stumps were drawn for the day.

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa vs Balochistan, State Bank Stadium, Karachi:

    Resuming their first innings at the overnight score of 34 for no loss, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa lost their way and were sent packing for 135 in 45.2 overs, conceding a 90-run lead.

    Balochistan fast bowlers Gohar Faiz (5 for 27) and Akhtar Shah (3-63) shared eight wickets between them. Left-arm-spinner Mohammad Junaid took two wickets.

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa then reduced Balochistan to 99 for nine in their second innings at close of play. Nasir Khan and Taimoor Khan contributed 25 runs each; Asif Afridi took four while Abbas Afridi took two wickets.

    Balochistan are 189 runs ahead and have one second innings wicket intact.

    Sindh vs Central Punjab, TMC Ground, Karachi:

    Resuming their first innings at the overnight score of 122 for no loss, Central Punjab finished their 83 overs at 349 for seven. Opener Muhammad Akhlaq led the way for his side with a 176-run knock off 217 balls. Akhlaq’s stroke-filled innings included as many as 14 sixes and seven fours. His opening partner Muhammad Imran Dogar scored 74 off 104 balls (six fours, three sixes).

    The two added 190 runs for the first-wicket. Muhammad Asghar and Hassan Khan took three wickets apiece.

    After conceding a 174-run lead, Sindh ended day-two at 124 for two in their second innings.

    Scores in brief:

    Northern vs Southern Punjab, KCCA Stadium, Karachi:

    Southern Punjab 325-5, 83 overs (Waqar Hussain 114, Rameez Alam 72 not out, Mohammad Basit 57; Salman Irshad 3-81)

    Northern 160 all out, 61.1 overs (Taimoor Sultan 44; Ali Usman 4-58, Muhammad Irfan 3-40) and 67-2, 39 overs (Taimoor Sultan 29 not out)

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa vs Balochistan, State Bank Stadium, Karachi:

    Balochistan 225 all out, 79.5 overs (Shahbaz Khan 59 not out, Gulraiz Sadaf 38; Asif Afridi 4-58, Mohammad Abbas Afridi 2-39) and 99-9, 45.4 overs (Nasir Khan 25, Taimur Khan 25; Asif Afridi 4-6, Mohammad Abbas Afridi 2-20)

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 135 all out, 45.2 overs (Mohammad Sarwar Afridi 33; Gohar Faiz 5-27, Akhtar Shah 3-63, Mohammad Junaid 2-11)

    Sindh vs Central Punjab, TMC Ground, Karachi:

    Sindh 174 all out, 66.2 overs (Faraz Ali 100, Jahanzaib Sultan 28; Kamran Afzal 7-56, Asfand Mehran 2-54) and 124-2, 26 overs (Jahanzaib Khan 58, Saad Khan 42 not out)

    Central Punjab 349-7, 83 overs (Muhammad Akhlaq 176, Imran Dogar 74, Abubakar Khan 46 not out, Mohammad Irfan Khan 30; Mohammad Asghar 3-93, Hassan Khan 3-115)


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    Central Punjab’s Muhammad Imran fined for code of conduct breach

    Karachi, 22 November 2019:

    Central Punjab Second XI batsman Muhammad Imran Dogar has been fined 25 per cent of his match-fee for a level 1 offence relating to showing dissent against an umpiring decision during his side’s three-day Quaid-e-Azam Trophy match against Sindh at the TMC Ground in Karachi

    The incident happened on Saturday in the 37th over of the Central Punjab’s first innings when Imran showed his bat to the umpire after being given out LBW.

    Imran was charged by on-field umpires Mir Dad and Majid Hussain for violating article 2.8 of the PCB Code of Conduct for Players and Player support Personnel.

    Imran accepted the charge and the fine imposed by the match referee Tanvir Afzal Khan.
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    Karachi, 22 November 2020: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa completed a six-wicket win over Balochistan on the third and final day of the sixth-round match of Quaid-e-Azam Trophy three-day tournament for Second XIs at the State Bank Stadium, Karachi on Sunday. In another match Southern Punjab beat Northern by 10 wickets, while the game between Sindh and Central Punjab ended in a draw

    Northern vs Southern Punjab, KCCA Stadium, Karachi:

    Resuming their second innings at the overnight score of 67 for two after being forced to follow-on Northern were bowled out for 192 in 92.1 overs. Jamal Anwer scored 38 while Taimur Sultan contributed 31 runs.

    Left-arm-spinner Muhammad Irfan took six wickets in the second innings after his three-wicket haul in the first, Ali Usman who had taken four wickets in the first innings added four more in the second as Northern batsman caved in without a fight.

    Set a 28-run target, Southern Punjab openers Waqar Hussain and Anas Mustafa completed the chase in 2.5 overs to ensure a ten-wicket win for their side.

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa vs Balochistan, State Bank Stadium, Karachi:

    Resuming their second innings at 99 for nine, Balochistan lost their last wicket for the addition of a single run.

    Set a 191-run target, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa reached the target for the loss of four wickets in 47.2 overs on the back of an unbeaten 100 off 147 balls (19 fours) from Sahibzada Farhan. Muhammad Mohsin scored 32 runs.

    For Balochistan, Gohar Faiz, Najeebullah and Muhammad Junaid took a wicket apiece.

    Sindh vs Central Punjab, TMC Ground, Karachi:

    Resuming their second innings at the overnight score of 124 for two, Sindh were bowled out for 303 runs in 95 overs. Muhammad Taha top-scored with 75 runs while Jahanzaib Sultan (58) and Saad Khan (56) scored fifties.

    Central Punjab were set a 129-run target, their batsmen went after the target and were 11 runs short when they ran out of time. Central Punjab finished their second innings at 118 for seven in 18 overs, Fahad Usman scored 32 runs. Hassan Khan took four wickets.

    Scores in brief:

    Northern vs Southern Punjab, KCCA Stadium, Karachi:

    Southern Punjab 325-5, 83 overs (Waqar Hussain 114, Rameez Alam 72 not out, Mohammad Basit 57; Salman Irshad 3-81) and 28 for no loss in 2.5 overs.

    Northern 160 all out, 61.1 overs (Taimoor Sultan 44; Ali Usman 4-58, Mohammad Irfan 3-40) and 192 all out, 92.1 overs (Jamal Anwer 38, Taimoor Sultan 31; Mohammad Irfan 6-49, Ali Usman 4-85)

    Result Southern Punjab won by 10 wickets

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa vs Balochistan, State Bank Stadium, Karachi:

    Balochistan 225 all out, 79.5 overs (Shahbaz Khan 59 not out, Gulraiz Sadaf 38; Asif Afridi 4-58, Mohammad Abbas Afridi 2-39) and 100 all out, 48.3 overs (Nasir Khan 25, Taimur Khan 25; Asif Afridi 4-7, Mohammad Abbas Afridi 2-20, Mohammad Wasim Jr 2-29)

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 135 all out, 45.2 overs (Mohammad Sarwar Afridi 33; Gohar Faiz 5-27, Akhtar Shah 3-63) and 196-4, 47.2 overs (Sahibzada Farhan 100 not out, Mohammad Mohsin 32; Gohar Faiz 1-29)

    Result: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa won by six wickets

    Sindh vs Central Punjab, TMC Ground, Karachi:

    Sindh 174 all out, 66.2 overs (Faraz Ali 100, Jahanzaib Sultan 28; Kamran Afzal 7-56, Asfand Mehran 2-54) and 303 all out, 95 overs (Mohammad Taha 75, Jahanzaib Sultan 58, Saad Khan 56; Kamran Afzal 4-102, Mohammad Ali 3-39)

    Central Punjab 349-7, 83 overs (Muhammad Akhlaq 176, Imran Dogar 74; Mohammad Asghar 3-93, Hassan Khan 3-115) and 118-7, 18 overs (Fahad Usman 32; Hassan Khan 4-32)

    Result: Match Drawn


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    Quaid-e-Azam Trophy 2nd XI

    Toss delayed at all three venues due to overnight rain


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    Karachi, 27 November 2020: The seventh-round Quaid-e-Azam Trophy three-day (non-first-class) match between Sindh and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa ended in a draw at the NBP Sports Complex, Karachi on Friday. Balochistan and Southern Punjab also played out a draw at the TMC Ground, Karachi.

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa vs Sindh, NBP Sports Complex, Karachi:

    Resuming their first innings from the overnight score of 188 for seven, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa were bowled out for 237, conceding a two-run lead. Batting at number nine, Asif Afridi contributed 36 runs. Sindh fast bowler Azizullah took five wickets for 45 runs.

    Sindh reached 167 for six in 62 overs (second innings) when stumps were drawn as the match ended in a draw. Faraz Ali scored 76 off 192 balls while Saad Khan scored 44 off 84 balls. Muhammad Sarwar and Asif Afridi took two wickets each.

    Balochistan vs Southern Punjab, TMC Ground, Karachi:

    Resuming their first innings at the overnight score of 75 for no loss, Southern Punjab declared their first innings at 223 for five. Waqar Hussain scored 80 off 105 balls; his innings included eight fours. Anas Mustafa made 45 runs, Usama Mir took three wickets while Muhammad Junaid two wickets.

    Balochistan were 93 for five in 39 overs in their second innings when stumps were drawn and the match was called-off with only a draw in sight. Awais Zia scored 31 runs, Salahudin took four wickets.

    Scores in brief:

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa vs Sindh, NBP Sports Complex, Karachi:

    Sindh 239 all out, 65.5 overs (Mohammad Taha 63, Fahad Iqbal 44, Saad Khan 35; Mohammad Abbas Afridi 3-39, Mohammad Sarwar Afridi 2-48, Asif Afridi 2-50) and 167 for 6, 62 overs (Faraz Ali 76, Saad Khan 44; Mohammad Sarwar Afridi 2-13, Asif Afridi 2-34)

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 237 all out, 68.5 overs (Sahibzada Farhan 70, Asif Afridi 36, Ashfaq Ahmed 33; Azizullah 5-45, Mohammad Asghar 3-103)

    Result: Match drawn

    Balochistan vs Southern Punjab, TMC Ground, Karachi:

    Balochistan 158 all out, 69.2 overs (Taimur Khan 55, Awais Zia 34; Salahuddin 4-37, Mohammad Irfan 4-46) and 93-5, 39 overs (Awais Zia 31; Salahudin 4-41)

    Southern Punjab 223-5 declared in 55 overs (Waqar Hussain 80, Anas Mustafa 45; Usama Mir 3-92, Muhammad Junaid 2-76)

    Result: Match drawn


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    Sindh Second XI fined for maintaining slow over-rate

    Karachi, 28 November 2019:

    Sindh Second XI have been fined PKR28,000 for maintaining a slow over-rate during their three-day Quaid-e-Azam Trophy match against Khyber Pakhtunkhwa at the NBP Sports Complex.

    In the stipulated time, Sindh were three overs short of their target after taking into account time allowances and, as such, were charged on Friday under Article 2.22 of the PCB’s Code of Conduct for Players and Player Support Personnel that deals with minimum over-rate offences.

    On-field umpires Majid Hussain and Mir Dad levelled the charge.

    Sindh Second XI captain Saifullah Bangash pleaded guilty and accepted the sanctions proposed by match referee Ahmer Saeed.


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    Second XI Quaid-e-Azam Trophy: Aamer, Ali, Ashfaq shine on day-one of eight-round fixtures

    Karachi, 30 November 2020: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Ashfaq Ahmed scored a century, while Southern Punjab’s Ali Usman took a six-fer on the opening day of the eighth round matches of the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy three-day (non-first-class) tournament at three Karachi venues.

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa vs Southern Punjab, TMC Ground, Karachi:

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Ashfaq scored 105 off 139 balls, hitting 13 fours to guide his side to their 260 all out score after opting to bat first. Mohammad Irfan Khan with 39 runs was the only other notable run-getter. Southern Punjab’s left-arm-spinner Ali Usman took six wickets for 97 runs while Mohammad Irfan and Salahudin took two wickets apiece.

    In return, Southern Punjab were 95 for three in 35 overs, when stumps were drawn.

    Sindh vs Northern, NBP Sports Complex, Karachi:

    Sindh won the toss and opted to bat first; the decision though backfired as they were bowled out for 141 in 44.5 overs. Mohammad Taha top-scored with 50 off 76 balls (nine fours), Hassan Khan made 29 runs. Northern fast bowlers Aamer Jamal and Shadab Majeed did the damage, Ahmed took five while Shadab took three wickets.

    At stumps, Northern were 155 for four in 44 overs. Shoaib Ahmed returned undefeated on 51, while Jamal Anwar struck two fours and a six in his unbeaten 50-ball 23. The duo contributed an unbeaten 68-runs partnership for the fifth wicket.

    For Sindh, Ashir Qureshi picked three wickets for 43 runs.

    Central Punjab vs Balochistan, KCCA Stadium, Karachi:

    Central Punjab won the toss and asked Balochistan to bat first, Balochistan were rolled over for 99 runs in their first innings. Abdul Wahid Bangalzai top-scored with 22 runs, Mohammad Ali took four wickets while Kamran Afzal took three wickets for 32 runs.

    At stumps, Central Punjab were 161 for seven in 42 overs. Rizwan Hussain top-scored with 54, while Junaid Ali was other notable run-getter with an unbeaten 48 from 62 balls.

    For Balochistan, Hayatullah picked four wickets for 50.

    Scores in brief:

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa vs Southern Punjab, TMC Ground, Karachi:

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 260 all out, 65.2 overs (Ashfaq Ahmed 105, Mohammad Irfan Khan 39; Ali Usman 6-97, Mohammad Irfan 2-67, Salahuddin 2-68)

    Southern Punjab 95-3, 35 overs (Anas Mustafa 29, Hamza Arshad 24 not out; Saqib Jamil 2-15)

    Sindh vs Northern, NBP Sports Complex, Karachi:

    Sindh 141 all out, 44.5 overs (Mohammad Taha 50, Hassan Khan 29; Aamer Jamal 5-56, Shadab Majeed 3-61)

    Northern 155-4, 44 overs (Shoaib Ahmed 51 not out, Umar Waheed 31, Naved Malik 28, Jamal Anwar 23 not out; Ashir Qureshi 3-46)

    Central Punjab vs Balochistan, KCCA Stadium, Karachi

    Balochistan 99 all out, 40.2 overs (Abdul Wahid Bangalzai 22; Mohammad Ali 4-24, Kamran Afzal 3-32, Asfand Mehran 2-31)

    Central Punjab 161-7, 42 overs (Rizwan Hussain 54, Junaid Ali 48 not out; Hayatullah 4-50, Mohammad Junaid 2-63)

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    Karachi, 1 December 2020: Day-two of the eight-round of the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy Second XI (three-day non-first-class) tournament was completed at three Karachi venues today. Central Punjab were closing-in on a victory against Balochistan while Northern were in a strong position against Sindh after a 142-run innings by Shoaib Ahmed.

    Sindh vs Northern, NBP Sports Complex, Karachi:

    Resuming their first innings at the overnight score of 155 for four, Northern piled a 330 for nine total in 82.4 overs. Shoaib Ahmed scored a quickfire 142 off 166 balls (18 fours, two sixes) to spearhead his side’s batting performance. Jamal Anwer provided him more than adequate support with 83 off 156 balls. Hassan Khan took four while Ashir Qureshi took three wickets for Sindh. Northern accumulated a massive 189-run first innings lead.

    Sindh finished day-two at 179 for three in their second innings; Muhammad Taha was batting on 57 along with Saad Khan who was not out on 32. Sindh still need 10 more runs to avoid an innings defeat.

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa vs Southern Punjab, TMC Ground, Karachi:

    Resuming their first innings at the overnight score of 95 for three, Southern Punjab were dismissed for 186 runs in 68.3 overs. Rameez Alam scored 65 runs off 169 balls, Hamza Arshad contributed 24 runs. Off-spinner Saqib Jamil took five wickets, while left-arm-spinner Asif Afridi took four wickets for 65 runs. Khyber Pakhtunkhwa earned a 74-run first innings lead.

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa extended their lead by reaching 189 for eight in 57 overs of their second innings at close of play on day-two. Muhammad Haris was unbeaten on 66 when stumps were drawn, Ali Usman took four while Salahudin took three wickets.

    Central Punjab vs Balochistan, KCCA Stadium, Karachi:

    Resuming at the overnight first innings score of 161 for seven, Central Punjab were bowled out for 198 in 54.1 overs. Junaid Ali top-scored with an unbeaten 71 off 112 balls, Rizwan Hussain made 54 runs. Off-spinner Hayatullah took six wickets for 67 runs, Central Punjab gained a 99-run first innings lead.

    Balochistan ended day-two in a troubled position, they were 170 for seven (71 runs ahead) when stumps were drawn. Ali Rafeeq top-scored with 51 runs, Asfand Mehran took three while Kamran Afzal took two wickets.

    Scores in brief:

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa vs Southern Punjab, TMC Ground, Karachi:

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 260 all out, 65.2 overs (Ashfaq Ahmed 105, Mohammad Irfan Khan 39; Ali Usman 6-97, Mohammad Irfan 2-67, Salahuddin 2-68) and 189-8, 57 overs (Mohammad Haris 66 not out, Mohammad Mohsin Khan 34, Mohammad Irfan 33; Ali Usman 4-78, Salahuddin 3-30)

    Southern Punjab 186 all out, 68.3 overs (Rameez Alam 65, Anas Mustafa 29; Saqib Jamil 5-51, Asif Afridi 4-65)

    Sindh vs Northern, NBP Sports Complex, Karachi:

    Sindh 141 all out, 44.5 overs (Mohammad Taha 50, Hassan Khan 29; Aamer Jamal 5-56, Shadab Majeed 3-61) and 179-3, 49 overs (Mohammad Taha 57, Jahanzaib Sultan 45, Faraz Ali 37; Farhan Shafiq 1-11)

    Northern 330-9, 88.4 overs (Shoaib Ahmed 142 not out, Jamal Anwar 83, Umar Waheed 31, Naved Malik 28; Hassan Khan 4-75, Ashir Qureshi 3-82)

    Central Punjab vs Balochistan, KCCA Stadium, Karachi:

    Balochistan 99 all out, 40.2 overs (Abdul Wahid Bangalzai 22; Mohammad Ali 4-24, Kamran Afzal 3-32, Asfand Mehran 2-31) and 170 for 7, 75 overs (Ali Rafiq 51, Gulraiz Sadaf 36; Asfand Mehran 3-57, Kamran Afzal 2-48)

    Central Punjab 198 all out, 54.1 overs (Junaid Ali 71 not out, Rizwan Hussain 54,; Hayatullah 6-67, Mohammad Junaid 2-75)


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    Quaid-e-Azam Trophy Second XI tournament, Central Punjab beat Balochistan

    Karachi, 2 December 2020: The eight-round of the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy Second XI (three-day non-first-class) tournament concluded at three Karachi venues today. Central Punjab beat Balochistan by four wickets at the KCCA Stadium. The match between Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Southern Punjab ended in a draw. Mohammad Taha and Saad Khan scored hundreds as Sindh’s match with Northern also ended in a draw.

    Sindh vs Northern, NBP Sports Complex, Karachi:

    Resuming their second innings at the overnight score 179 for three in their second innings, Sindh amassed 430 for six declared in 108 overs. Saad Khan scored an unbeaten 159 off 243 balls (20 fours, one six). Saad shared a 213-run partnership for the fourth-wicket with Mohammad Taha who scored 125 off 184 balls (13 fours, two sixes).

    Set a 242-run target, Northern were 139 for six in their second innings after 33 overs of play when stumps were drawn. Jamal Anwar scored an unbeaten 44. Mohammad Asghar took four wickets for Sindh.

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa vs Southern Punjab, TMC Ground, Karachi:

    Resuming their second innings at the overnight score of 189 for eight, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa were bowled out for 215 runs in 61.5 overs. Mohammad Haris who was 66 not out, reached 84 before his dismissal. Ali Usman finished with six wickets while Salahudin took three.

    Set a 290-run target, Southern Punjab reached 184 for five in 79.2 overs when stumps were drawn as the match ended in a stalemate. Mohammad Basit scored 64 while Waqar Hussain contributed 49 runs. Asif Afridi took three wickets for 52 runs.

    Central Punjab vs Balochistan, KCCA Stadium, Karachi:

    Resuming at the overnight second innings score of 170 for seven, Balochistan were dismissed for 179 runs in 83 overs with Kamran Afzal and Asfand Mehran taking four wickets each.

    Set an 81-run target, Central Punjab endured a scare as they lost six wickets before completing the chase in 23.4 overs. Atiq-ur-Rehman top-scored with 28 off 36 balls, hitting three boundaries.

    Abdul Wahid Bangalzai, Hayatullah and Mohammad Junaid took two wickets each.

    Scores in brief:

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa vs Southern Punjab, TMC Ground, Karachi:

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 260 all out, 65.2 overs (Ashfaq Ahmed 105, Mohammad Irfan Khan 39; Ali Usman 6-97, Mohammad Irfan 2-67, Salahuddin 2-68) and 215 all out, 61.5 overs (Mohammad Haris 84; Ali Usman 6-88, Salahuddin 3-30)

    Southern Punjab 186 all out, 68.3 overs (Rameez Alam 65, Anas Mustafa 29; Saqib Jamil 5-51, Asif Afridi 4-65) and 184-five, 79.2 overs (Mohammad Basit 64, Waqar Hussain 49, Mohammad Mohsin 29 not out; Asif Afridi 3-52)

    Result: Match Drawn

    Sindh vs Northern, NBP Sports Complex, Karachi:

    Sindh 141 all out, 44.5 overs (Mohammad Taha 50, Hassan Khan 29; Aamer Jamal 5-56, Shadab Majeed 3-61) and 430-6 declared 108 overs (Saad Khan 159 not out, Mohammad Taha 125, Jahanzaib Sultan 45, Faraz Ali 37; Umer Waheed 2-39, Farhan Shafiq 2-97)

    Northern 330-9, 82.4 overs (Shoaib Ahmed 142 not out, Jamal Anwar 83, Umar Waheed 31, Naved Malik 28; Hassan Khan 4-75, Ashir Qureshi 3-82) and 139-6, 33 overs (Jamal Anwar 44 not out, Hasan Raza 35, Umar Waheed 31; Mohammad Asghar 4-62, Hassan Khan 2-35)

    Result: Match Drawn

    Central Punjab vs Balochistan, KCCA Stadium, Karachi:

    Balochistan 99 all out, 40.2 overs (Abdul Wahid Bangalzai 22; Mohammad Ali 4-24, Kamran Afzal 3-32, Asfand Mehran 2-31) and 179 all out, 83 overs (Ali Rafiq 51, Gulraiz Sadaf 36, Mohammad Junaid 30; Kamran Afzal 4-51, Asfand Mehran 4-63)

    Central Punjab 198 all out, 54.1 overs (Junaid Ali 71 not out, Rizwan Hussain 54; Hayatullah 6-67, Mohammad Junaid 2-75) and 82-6, 23.4 overs (Atiq-ur-Rehman 28; Abdul Wahid Bangalzai 2-8, Mohammad Junaid 2-32, Hayatullah 2-33)

    Result: Central Punjab won by four wickets

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    Karachi, 5 December 2020: The ninth-round of the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy Second XI (three-day non-first-class) tournament commenced at three Karachi venues today (Saturday). Asif Afridi produced a sensational all-round performance (five wickets and 38 not out) for Khyber Pakhtunkhwa to give his side a slight edge against Central Punjab at the TMC Ground.

    Northern vs Balochistan, NBP Sports Complex, Karachi:

    Northern enjoyed a great day with the bat after being put into bat as they ended their first innings stipulation of 83 overs at 361 for seven. Jamal Anwar top-scored with an unbeaten 93 off 92 balls (five fours, five sixes), Abdul Faseeh scored 83 while fellow opener Hasan Raza contributed 55 runs.

    The openers provided a solid platform with a 119-run stand which was then fully exploited by Jamal in his stroke-filled innings.

    Balochistan had reached 21 for no loss when stumps were drawn on the opening day.

    Central Punjab vs Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, TMC Ground, Karachi:

    Central Punjab were rolled over for 171 runs in only 41.2 overs after they were asked to bat first. Fast bowler Ehsan Adil contributed 48 runs to push the score past 150, Anas Mahmood made 45 runs. Asif Afridi enjoyed another useful stint with the ball as he claimed five wickets for 72 runs; Saqib Jamil took three wickets for 51 runs.

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa ended day-one at 164 for six in their first innings after 49 overs of batting. After crashing to 95 for six they were rescued by an unbeaten seventh-wicket stand of 69 runs between Mehran Ibrahim (40 not out) and Asif Afridi (38 not out). Afridi who enjoyed a great all-round day will resume his innings tomorrow with Mehran. Kamran Afzal and Asfand Mehran took three wickets each for Central Punjab

    Sindh vs Southern Punjab, KCCA Stadium, Karachi:

    Southern Punjab were bowled out for 232 runs in 81.4 overs in their first innings after they were asked to bat first. Sindh sent their opponents packing courtesy a brilliant bowling performance by spinner Ashiq Ali who took six wickets for 84 runs.

    Mohammad Asghar took two wickets, Waqar Hussain top-scored with 68 off 128 balls for Southern Punjab, Rameez Alam made 67 unbeaten runs off 161 balls.

    Sindh ended day-one at 15 for no loss in their first innings after seven overs play.

    Scores in brief:

    Central Punjab vs Khyber Pakhtunkhwa TMC Ground, Karachi:

    Central Punjab 171 all out, 41.2 overs (Ehsan Adil 48, Anas Mahmood 45; Asif Afridi 5-72, Saqib Jamil 3-51)

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 164-6, 49 overs (Mehran Ibrahim 40 not out, Asif Afridi 38 not out; Asfand Mehran 3-55, Kamran Afzal 3-69)

    Northern vs Balochistan NBP Sports Complex, Karachi:

    Northern 361-7, 83 overs (Jamal Anwar 93 not out, Abdul Faseeh 83, Hasan Raza 55; Hayatullah 4-124, Zainullah 2-114)

    Balochistan 21-0, five overs

    Sindh vs Southern Punjab, KCCA Stadium, Karachi:

    Southern Punjab 232 all out, 81.4 overs (Waqar Hussain 68, Rameez Alam 67 not out; Ashiq Ali 6-84, Mohammad Asghar 2-90)

    Sindh 15-0, seven overs

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    A six-fer from Saqib Jamil helped Khyber Pakhtunkhwa beat Central Punjab by nine wickets in the ninth-round match of the Second XI Quaid-e-Azam Trophy (three-day non-first-class) tournament at the TMC Ground in Karachi.

    Central Punjab vs Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, TMC Ground, Karachi:

    Resuming their innings on 164 for six in 49 overs, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa were bowled out for 226 in the 66th over. Mehran Ibrahim top-scored with 67 off 121 balls, which included four fours and a six. Asif Afridi (40 off 64 balls) and Saqib Jamil (32 off 44 balls) were other notable contributors.

    For Central Punjab, Asfand Mehran took five wickets, while Kamran Afzal grabbed four for 98.

    With a deficit of 55 runs, Central Punjab in their second innings were dismissed for 96 in 36.2 overs. Opening batsman Imran Dogar top-scored with a 50-ball 28.

    For Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, spin twins right-arm off-spinner Saqib and left-arm spinner Asif Afridi shared nine wickets between them. Jamil gave away 26 runs for six wickets in 15 overs, while Asif gave away 41 runs for three wickets. Jamil ended up with match figures of nine for 77, whereas his spin partner Asif ended up with match figures of eight for 113 runs.

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa chased down 42 runs target for the loss of one wicket in the ninth over.

    Northern vs Balochistan, NBP Sports Complex, Karachi:

    Resuming their first innings on 21 for no loss, Balochistan declared their innings on 211 for nine 70.3 overs. Opening batsman Abdul Wahid Bangalzai top-scored with a 71-ball 41, which included eight boundaries.

    Ali Rafiq, Israr Ahmed, Shahbaz Khan and Taimur Ali contributed in the 30s.

    For Northern, Aamer Jamal, Farhan Shafiq, Mehran Mumtaz and Mubasir Khan chipped in with two wickets each.

    Northern’s left-handed opening batsman Hasan Raza was replaced with Zaid Alam as a Covid-19 substitution after the former had shown symptoms.

    Northern were 87 for four in 22 overs with an overall lead of 237 runs when stumps were drawn. Kashif Iqbal (25) and Shoaib Ahmed (2) will resume their batting tomorrow.

    For Balochistan, Hayatullah grabbed three wickets for 33.

    Sindh vs Southern Punjab, KCCA Stadium, Karachi:

    Only five batsmen managed to enter into double figures as Sindh were bowled out for 144 in 58.3 overs against Southern Punjab’s 232 first innings score. The spinners Salahuddin and Ali Usman shared seven wickets between them. Salahuddin took four for 34, while Ali grabbed three for 45.

    In reply, Southern Punjab were 103 for six in 38 overs when stumps were drawn. Anas Mustafa top-scored with 27 off 36.

    For Sindh, Ashiq Ali and Mohammad Asghar picked three wickets apiece.

    Scores in brief:

    Central Punjab vs Khyber Pakhtunkhwa TMC Ground, Karachi:

    Central Punjab 171 all out, 41.2 overs (Ehsan Adil 48, Anas Mahmood 45; Asif Afridi 5-72, Saqib Jamil 3-51) and 96 all out, 36.2 overs (Imran Dogar 28; Saqib Jamil 6-26, Asif Afridi 3-41)

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 226 all out, 65.5 overs (Mehran Ibrahim 67, Asif Afridi 40, Saqib Jamil 32; Asfand Mehran 5-81, Kamran Afzal 4-98) and 44-1, 8.1 overs (Salman Khan 26 not out; Kamran Afzal 1-14)

    Result: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa won by nine wickets

    Northern vs Balochistan NBP Sports Complex, Karachi:

    Northern 361-7, 83 overs (Jamal Anwar 93 not out, Abdul Faseeh 83, Hasan Raza 55; Hayatullah 4-124, Zainullah 2-114) and 87-4, 22 overs (Kashif Iqbal 25 not out, Mubasir Khan 21; Hayatullah 3-33)

    Balochistan 211-9, 70.3 overs (Abdul Wahid Bangalzai 41, Ali Rafiq 35, Israr Ahmed 34, Taimur Ali 34, Shahbaz Khan 31; Mehran Mumtaz 2-21, Farhan Shafiq 2-38, Mubasir Khan 2-42, Aamer Jamal 2-63)

    Sindh vs Southern Punjab, KCCA Stadium, Karachi:

    Southern Punjab 232 all out, 81.4 overs (Waqar Hussain 68, Rameez Alam 67 not out; Ashiq Ali 6-84, Mohammad Asghar 2-90) and 103-6, 38 overs (Anas Mustafa 27, Waqar Hussain 21; Ashiq Ali 3-22, Mohammad Asghar 3-46)

    Sindh 144 all out, 58.3 overs (Rameez Aziz 27, Mohammad Taha 24, Faraz Ali 23; Salahuddin 4-34, Ali Usman 3-45)



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    Mohammad Taha playing for the Sindh second XI for the last three games, and Aarish promoted recently too.

    Abdul Wahid Bangalzai making some runs.

    And finally Abdul Faseeh, Mubasir Khan, Mehran Mumtaz all doing well on second XI debut!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thunderbolt14 View Post
    Mohammad Taha playing for the Sindh second XI for the last three games, and Aarish promoted recently too.

    Abdul Wahid Bangalzai making some runs.

    And finally Abdul Faseeh, Mubasir Khan, Mehran Mumtaz all doing well on second XI debut!
    I will interested to see if Munashir is a decent spinner. Lets hope he isnt some Imad clone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bewal Express View Post
    I will interested to see if Munashir is a decent spinner. Lets hope he isnt some Imad clone.
    He’s an offie btw, but yes hopefully he turns the ball! I haven’t been able to find footage of him bowling anywhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thunderbolt14 View Post
    He’s an offie btw, but yes hopefully he turns the ball! I haven’t been able to find footage of him bowling anywhere.
    I meant the style of bowling- bowling medium paced rubbish on leg and middle.

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    Ali Usman and Rameez Aziz reprimanded

    Karachi, 7 December 2020:

    Southern Punjab’s Ali Usman and Sindh’s Rameez Aziz have received warnings for breaching the PCB Code of Conduct for Players and Players Support Personnel during a ninth round fixture of the three-day non first-class Quaid-e-Azam Trophy at the KCCA Stadium on Monday.

    The pair was found to have violated Article 2.20 of the PCB Code of Conduct, which reads as: “Contrary to the spirit of the game”.

    The incident happened at the end of the 55th over of Sindh’s first innings when the two exchanged words in an aggressive manner, which led to intervention from the on-field umpires and the fielding side captain to ensure the situation remained under control.

    Both Ali and Rameez pleaded guilty to the charges and accepted the sanctions proposed by match referee Ahmer Saeed. The charges were levelled by on-field umpires Ghulam Sarwar and Mir Dad.

    All first offences in Level 1 breaches carry a minimum penalty of an official warning and/or imposition of a fine of up to 70 per cent of the applicable match fee.

    Sindh defeated Southern Punjab by five wickets.


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    Karachi, 7 December 2020: A six-fer in the second innings from Mohammad Asghar helped Sindh beat Southern Punjab by five wickets, while seven second innings wickets from Farhan Shafiq guided Northern to a comprehensive 182 runs win over Balochistan on day three of ninth-round match of the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy three-day non-first-class tournament.

    Sindh vs Southern Punjab, KCCA Stadium, Karachi:

    Resuming their innings on 103 for six, Southern Punjab were bowled out for 119 in 50.5 overs.

    For Sindh, left-arm spinner Mohammad Asghar took six for 53 and ended up with match figures of eight for 143. Other notable contribution came from right-arm off-spinner Ashiq Ali who grabbed four wickets for 31, and ended up with match figures of 10 for 115.

    In reply, Sindh chased down the 208-run target in the 61st over with five wickets in hand. Faraz Ali top-scored with an unbeaten 79 off 162 balls, hitting five fours and two sixes. He contributed an unbeaten 77 runs stand for the sixth wicket with Saifullah Bangash (34 off 78, four fours). Jahanzaib Sultan chipped in with a quick-fire 30-ball 36, which included two fours and three sixes.

    Northern vs Balochistan, NBP Sports Complex, Karachi:

    Resuming their innings on 87 for four, Northern were dismissed for 145 in 39.5 overs. Kashif Iqbal top-scored with 31 off 34 balls. For Balochistan, Gohar Faiz picked four for 60, while Hayatullah and Zainullah grabbed three wickets apiece.

    Chasing 296 to win, Balochistan managed to score 113 for nine in 39 overs as last batsman Akhtar Shah was absent hurt. Abdul Wahid Bangalzai top-scored with a 56-ball 35, which included five boundaries.

    For Northern, left-arm spinner Farhan Shafiq picked seven for 17 in 11 overs. He ended up with match figures of nine for 55.

    Scores in brief:

    Northern vs Balochistan NBP Sports Complex, Karachi:

    Northern 361-7, 83 overs (Jamal Anwar 93 not out, Abdul Faseeh 83, Hasan Raza 55; Hayatullah 4-124, Zainullah 2-114) and 145 all out, 39.5 overs (Kashif Iqbal 31, Aamer Jamal 30, Mubasir Khan 21; Gohar Faiz 4-60, Hayatullah 3-33, Zainullah 3-49)

    Balochistan 211-9, 70.3 overs (Abdul Wahid Bangalzai 41, Ali Rafiq 35, Israr Ahmed 34, Taimur Ali 34, Shahbaz Khan 31; Mehran Mumtaz 2-21, Farhan Shafiq 2-38, Mubasir Khan 2-42, Aamer Jamal 2-63) and 113-9, 39 overs (Abdul Wahid Bangalzai 35, Hayatullah 21; Farhan Shafiq 7-17, Salman Irshad 2-12)

    Result: Northern won by 182 runs

    Sindh vs Southern Punjab, KCCA Stadium, Karachi:

    Southern Punjab 232 all out, 81.4 overs (Waqar Hussain 68, Rameez Alam 67 not out; Ashiq Ali 6-84, Mohammad Asghar 2-90) and 119 all out, 50.5 overs (Anas Mustafa 27, Waqar Hussain 21; Mohammad Asghar 6-53, Ashiq Ali 4-31)

    Sindh 144 all out, 58.3 overs (Rameez Aziz 27, Mohammad Taha 24, Faraz Ali 23; Salahuddin 4-34, Ali Usman 3-45) and 208-5, 60.3 overs (Faraz Ali 79 not out, Jahanzaib Sultan 36, Saifullah Bangash 34 not out; Ali Usman 4-64)

    Result: Sindh won by five wickets


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    Second XI Quaid-e-Azam Trophy: Sindh aim to secure title as final round begins in Karachi

    Karachi, 10 December 2020: The tenth and final round of the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy Second XI (three-day non-first-class) tournament commenced at three Karachi venues today (Thursday). Sindh who are in the lead with 45 points tally are aiming to secure the title over the course of their match against bottom placed Balochistan who have 16 points.

    Second-placed Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (36 points) are taking on fifth-placed Northern (21 points) while third-placed Central Punjab (31 points) are squaring-up against Southern Punjab (24 points).

    Balochistan vs Sindh, KCCA Stadium, Karachi:

    Balochistan won the toss and asked Sindh to bat first. Sindh were bowled out for 279 runs in 80.3 overs. Muhammad Taha top-scored with 66 (106 balls, seven fours). Fahad Iqbal contributed 65 runs with the help of nine fours.

    For Balochistan Gohar Faiz and Raza-ul-Hasan took three wickets apiece while Najeebullah and Zainullah took two wickets each.

    At close of play Balochistan had reached 15 for no loss after 3.3 overs of batting.

    Northern vs Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, TMC Ground, Karachi:

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa asked Northern to bat first after winning the toss.

    Northern were bundled out for 173 in 39.3 overs. Mubasir Khan top-scored with 64 off 67 balls (seven fours, two sixes). Asif Afridi was once again the bowling linchpin for the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa side as the left-arm-spinner took five wickets for 51 runs.

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa finished day-one with a 17-run first innings lead having reached 190 for four at close in 49 overs. Saqib Jamil top-scored with 75 off 97 balls (eight fours, one six). Ashfaq Ahmed was unbeaten on 68 (116 balls, four fours).

    Central Punjab vs Southern Punjab, NBP Sports Complex, Karachi:

    Left-arm-spinner Ali Usman took eight wickets for 57 runs as Southern Punjab dismissed Central Punjab for 202 runs in 54.1 overs. Anas Mehmood with 66 off 118 balls (seven fours, two sixes) was the top-scorer. Imran Dogar made 43 runs.

    Southern Punjab had in reply reached 98 for three after 28 overs when stumps were drawn for the day. Anas Mustafa is batting on 35 while Mukhtar Ahmed was dismissed after making 34 runs.

    Scores in brief:

    Balochistan vs Sindh, KCCA Stadium, Karachi:

    Sindh 279 all out, 80.3 overs (Mohammad Taha 66, Fahad Iqbal 65; Gohar Faiz 3-43, Raza-ul-Hasan 3-69, Najeebullah Achakzai 2-57, Zainullah 2-60)

    Balochistan 15 for no loss, 3.3 overs

    Northern vs Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, TMC Ground, Karachi:

    Northern 173 all out, 39.3 overs (Mubasir Khan 64, Aamer Jamal 27 not out, Shoaib Ahmed 25; Asif Afridi 5-51, Mohammad Imran 2-34)

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 190-4, 49 overs (Saqib Jamil 75, Ashfaq Ahmed 68 not out; Aamer Jamal 1-6, Salman Irshad 1-21, Mubasir Khan 1-44, Mehran Mumtaz 1-47)

    Central Punjab vs Southern Punjab, NBP Sports Complex, Karachi:

    Central Punjab 202 all out, 54.1 overs (Anas Mahmood 66, Imran Dogar 43, Farhan Khan 31; Ali Usman 8-57, Mohammad Irfan 2-35)

    Southern Punjab 98-3, 28 overs (Anas Mustafa 35 not out, Mukhtar Ahmed 34; Shahid Nawaz 1-8, Fahad Munir 1-11, Ehsan Adil 1-30)

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    Karachi, 11 December 2020: Top-ranked Sindh further consolidated their tournament victory chances courtesy a nine-wicket haul by leg-spinner Abrar Ahmed that helped them attain a 68-run lead over Balochistan on day-two of the tenth and final round of the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy Second XI tournament being played across three Karachi venues.

    Balochistan vs Sindh, KCCA Stadium, Karachi:

    Resuming at the overnight score of 15 for no loss, Balochistan were spun-out for 211 runs by Sindh leg-spinner Abrar Ahmed who took nine wickets for 98 runs in 35.2 overs. Abrar singlehandedly ran through the Balochistan batting line-up to further consolidate top-ranked Sindh’s grip on the title.

    Abdul Rehman Muzammil top-scored with 75 off 176 balls for Balochistan (four fours, one six). Abdul Wahid Bangalzai made 45 runs.

    After gaining a 68-run first innings lead, Sindh closed day-two at 48 for two in their second innings, they will resume their batting tomorrow with a 116-run advantage with eight wickets in hand.

    Northern vs Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, TMC Ground, Karachi:

    Resuming their first innings at the overnight score of 190 for four, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa finished at 264 all out in 74.4 overs. Ashfaq Ahmed top-scored with 85 runs off 159 balls (five fours). Off-spinner Mubasir Khan took six wickets for 84 runs.

    Northern were then rescued by a blazing unbeaten 135 by fast bowler Ahmed Jamal (109 balls, seven fours, nine sixes) as they ended day-two at 279 for eight in their second innings after 67 overs of batting. Shoaib Ahmed made 46 runs; Asif Afridi took four wickets while Mohammad Imran claimed three.

    Northern will resume their second innings tomorrow with a 188-run lead and two wickets standing.

    Central Punjab vs Southern Punjab, NBP Sports Complex, Karachi:

    Resuming at their overnight first innings score of 98 for four, Southern Punjab were bowled out for 278 runs in 73.1 overs. Ali Usman who took eight wickets in Central Punjab’s first innings top-scored with a run-a-ball 74 that included 10 fours and three sixes. Anas Mustafa made 60 runs.

    Central Punjab who had conceded a 76-run first innings lead ended day-two at 171 for three in their second innings. Imran Dogar scored 56 runs while Mohammad Irfan Khan was batting on 41 runs when stumps were drawn for the day with Central Punjab 95 runs ahead in their second innings with seven wickets in hand.

    Scores in brief:

    Balochistan vs Sindh, KCCA Stadium, Karachi:

    Sindh 279 all out, 80.3 overs (Mohammad Taha 66, Fahad Iqbal 65, Saifullah Bangash 38 not out, Rameez Aziz 34; Gohar Faiz 3-43, Raza-ul-Hasan 3-69, Najeebullah Achakzai 2-57, Zainullah 2-60) and 48-2, 19 overs (Syed Mohammad Tahami 23 not out)

    Balochistan 211 all out, 78.2 overs (Abdul Rehman Muzammil 75, Abdul Wahid Bangalzai 45, Ali Rafiq 34; Abrar Ahmed 9-98)

    Northern vs Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, TMC Ground, Karachi:

    Northern 173 all out, 39.3 overs (Mubasir Khan 64, Aamer Jamal 27 not out, Shoaib Ahmed 25; Asif Afridi 5-51, Mohammad Imran 2-34) and 279-8, 67 overs (Aamer Jamal 135, Shoaib Ahmed 46; Asif Afridi 4-98, Mohammad Imran 3-58)

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 264 all out, 74.4 overs (Ashfaq Ahmed 85, Saqib Jamil 75, Sahibzada Farhan 33; Mubasir Khan 6-84, Salman Irshad 2-46)

    Central Punjab vs Southern Punjab, NBP Sports Complex, Karachi:

    Central Punjab 202 all out, 54.1 overs (Anas Mahmood 66, Imran Dogar 43, Farhan Khan 31; Ali Usman 8-57, Mohammad Irfan 2-35) and 171-3, 40 overs (Imran Dogar 56, Mohammad Irfan Khan 41 not out, Rizwan Hussain 40 Ali Usman 2-51)

    Southern Punjab 278 all out, 73.1 overs (Ali Usman 74, Anas Mustafa 60, Mohammad Mohsin 45; Shahid Nawaz 4-44, Ehsan Adil 3-53)


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    Sindh were declared the winners of the Second XI Quaid-e-Azam Trophy after topping the table with 48 points. On the third day of the tenth and final round match of the tournament, Sindh played out a drawn game with Balochistan.

    Meanwhile, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa who ended the tournament on second position defeated Northern by two wickets, while defending champions Southern Punjab who finished on fourth position played out a drawn game against Central Punjab.

    Balochistan vs Sindh, KCCA Stadium, Karachi:

    Resuming their second innings on 48 for two with a lead of 116 runs, Sindh declared their innings on 222 for five in 59 overs. Syed Mohammad Tahami top-scored with a 126-ball 76, which included eight fours and a six. Rameez Aziz (54 not out, six fours, 98 balls) and Ammad Alam (46 off 33 balls) were other significant contributors to Sindh’s batting.

    For Balochistan, Zainullah took three wickets for 56 runs.

    Chasing 291 to win, Balochistan managed to score 120 for two in 33 overs when stumps were drawn. Awais Zia remained unbeaten on 52 off 76 balls, laced with four fours and two sixes.

    Northern vs Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, TMC Ground, Karachi:

    Resuming their second innings on 279 for eight, Northern were bowled out for 281 in 68 overs. Aamer Jamal remained unbeaten on 135 off 109 balls. Asif Afridi took the remaining two wickets to fall, and ended up with six for 100 in 32 overs.

    In reply, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa chased down the 191-run target for the loss of eight wickets.

    Zohaib Khan top-scored with an unbeaten 48 off 84 balls, hitting four boundaries.

    For Northern, Mubasir Khan took three for 57 and ended up with match figures of nine for 141. Farhan Shafiq and Mehran Mumtaz took two wickets apiece.

    Central Punjab vs Southern Punjab, NBP Sports Complex, Karachi:

    Resuming at their overnight second innings score of 171 for three, Central Punjab were bowled out for 311 runs in 71.3 overs. Mohammad Irfan Khan top-scored with a 95-ball 61, hitting seven fours and a six.

    For Southern Punjab, Ali Usman and Mohammad Irfan took five wickets apiece.

    Chasing 236 runs to win, Southern Punjab openers provided a solid 101 runs for the first wicket. Anas Mustafa top-scored with 56 off 59, while Waqar Hussain struck six boundaries in his knock of 51 from 117 balls.

    After the departure of opening pair, Southern Punjab managed to score 211 for four in 49 overs when stumps were drawn.

    For Central Punjab, Mohammad Ali took two wickets for 62.

    At the conclusion of the tournament, Sindh topped the table with 48 points from 10 matches (five wins, one loss, and four draws). Khyber Pakhtunkhwa with 45 points remained second with five wins, two losses, three draws. Central Punjab and Southern Punjab remained on third and fourth position, respectively, while Northern and Balochistan finished the tournament on fifth and sixth position, respectively.

    Central Punjab’s right-handed batsman Imran Dogar topped the batting chart with 596 runs from 10 matches at an average of 31.37. He scored one century and three half-centuries.

    In bowling, Southern Punjab’s slow left-arm spinner Ali Usman picked 74 wickets from 10 matches. His best bowling figures in an innings was eight for 57. On eight occasions he picked five wickets in an innings.


    Scores in brief:

    Balochistan vs Sindh, KCCA Stadium, Karachi:

    Sindh 279 all out, 80.3 overs (Mohammad Taha 66, Fahad Iqbal 65, Saifullah Bangash 38 not out, Rameez Aziz 34; Gohar Faiz 3-43, Raza-ul-Hasan 3-69, Najeebullah Achakzai 2-57, Zainullah 2-60) and 222-5, 59 overs (Syed Mohammad Tahami 76, Rameez Aziz 54 not out, Ammad Alam 46; Zainullah 3-56)

    Balochistan 211 all out, 78.2 overs (Abdul Rehman Muzammil 75, Abdul Wahid Bangalzai 45, Ali Rafiq 34; Abrar Ahmed 9-98) and 120-2, 33 overs (Awais Zia 52 not out, Abdul Rehman Muzammil 25 not out)

    Result: Match Drawn


    Northern vs Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, TMC Ground, Karachi:

    Northern 173 all out, 39.3 overs (Mubasir Khan 64, Aamer Jamal 27 not out, Shoaib Ahmed 25; Asif Afridi 5-51, Mohammad Imran 2-34) and 281 all out, 68 overs (Aamer Jamal 135 not out, Shoaib Ahmed 46; Asif Afridi 6-100, Mohammad Imran 3-58)

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 264 all out, 74.4 overs (Ashfaq Ahmed 85, Saqib Jamil 75, Sahibzada Farhan 33; Mubasir Khan 6-84, Salman Irshad 2-46) and 193-8, 60 overs (Zohaib Khan 48 not out, Mohammad Haris 35; Mubasir Khan 3-57, Farhan Shafiq 2-35, Mehran Mumtaz 2-51)

    Result: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa won by two wickets


    Central Punjab vs Southern Punjab, NBP Sports Complex, Karachi:

    Central Punjab 202 all out, 54.1 overs (Anas Mahmood 66, Imran Dogar 43, Farhan Khan 31; Ali Usman 8-57, Mohammad Irfan 2-35) and 311 all out, 71.3 overs (Mohammad Irfan Khan 61, Imran Dogar 56, Fahad Munir 54, Rizwan Hussain 40; Ali Usman 5-93, Mohammad Irfan 5-108)

    Southern Punjab 278 all out, 73.1 overs (Ali Usman 74, Anas Mustafa 60, Mohammad Mohsin 45; Shahid Nawaz 4-44, Ehsan Adil 3-53) and 211-4, 49 overs (Anas Mustafa 56, Waqar Hussain 51, Ahmar Ashfaq 32 not out; Mohammad Ali 2-62)

    Result: Match Drawn

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