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    QeA Trophy 2021/22 | Round 1 | 20-23 October 2021 | Faisalabad, Multan & Lahore | Matches Discussion

    Balochistan have won the toss and elected to bat first.

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    KP won the toss and elected to bat first.

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    Southern Punjab win the toss and elect to field first.

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    Streaming Quality has significantly lowered from Last Years QeA Trophy.
    Outfield is too much Damp and shots are not getting their proper value.
    Ground staff seems to have put no effort in preparing the Ground for Premier Domestic Tournament of the Country.
    Unnecessary delays, in 1 hrs play only 9 Overs have been bowled and Umpires not pressing for avoiding delays.
    These are conditions of televised match.
    What would be quality of other non-televised matches or 2nd XI matches.
    May be PCB is moving back to Pre 2019 standard.
    In all 2nd XI match this year, not even in one day, full quota of 90 or greater than 85 Overs have been bowled during full days of play.
    In county or other countries, peole are bowling more than 90 - 98 overs per day and here people are not able to bowl more tgan 80-85 overs per day.
    And then people are saying players/bowlers dont have Match Fitness to play 5 days of test match or a whole full days of play.

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    The pitch at the Qaddafi Stadium stadium looks horribly flat, the bowlers will struggle to take 20 wickets in the match.

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    Just seen scorecards of all three matches...not ONE wicket has fallen until lunch

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    So looks like pitches are ultra flat to start off with. Thats what everyone was wanting, no more easy wickets for bowlers and more time for the batsmen out in the middle.

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    Chacha Iftikhar continuing his good form and looking very comfortable at 38 not out against Northern.

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    Hmmm, not the best of pitches. I'd prefer if the pitches had something in it on the 1st day for seamers before spin comes into the picture on day 3/4.

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    Pitches must be easy to bat on if Ahmed Shehzad can get a half century and Imran Butt can score a century!

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    Lahore, 20 October 2021: Balochistan captain Imran Butt and Central Punjab opener Abid Ali made centuries in their sides’ matches against Sindh and Southern Punjab on the opening day of the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy 2021-22.

    Imran smashed 104 off 222 to record his sixth first-class century at Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad. The right-hander knitted a solid 194-run stand with his fellow opener Imam-ul-Haq, who missed out on a century by three runs, as he was dismissed by Asad Shafiq after scoring 97 off 166 (10 fours and two sixes).

    Balochistan ended the day on 253 for the loss of four wickets. Abdul Wahid Bangalzai (32 not out) and Ayaz Tasawar (0 not out) will resume the innings tomorrow. Sindh’s Mir Hamza, Mohammad Asghar and Mohammad Hasnain were the other bowlers to take a wicket each.

    As Balochistan had crossed the 250-run mark, they gathered two batting points for the innings, while Sindh got one bowling point for dismissed four batters inside the first 100 overs.

    Abid’s unbeaten 132 was the highlight of the first day of the Punjab Derby at Multan Cricket Stadium as Central Punjab ended the day at a strong 289 for three. They gathered two batting points.

    Abid faced 249 balls and despatched 22 of them towards boundary. The Pakistan Test opener added 100 runs for the first wicket with Ahmed Shehzad, who made 63 off 83 (11 fours) before he was caught off Aamer Yamin after Lunch. Central Punjab captain Azhar Ali was LBW by his opposite number, Mohammad Abbas, after scoring 25 (four fours).

    When pacer Mohammad Ilyas dismissed Mohammad Saad (12 off 41), he handed Southern Punjab a point for helping them take three wickets.

    Left-hander Hussain Talat pushed the Southern Punjab bowlers on the backfoot in the latter part of the day with an unbeaten 46. He smashed eight fours.

    At the Gaddafi Stadium, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa openers Sahibzada Farhan and Israrullah and captain Iftikhar Ahmed struck half-centuries.

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa were provided a solid start with a 92-run opening stand. Farhan smashed seven fours and a six in his 134-ball 71, while Israr made 50 off 79 (four fours and a six).

    Iftikhar carried his impressive form with the bat in red-ball cricket and smashed three fours and a six as he remained unbeaten on 50 off 106. He will resume Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s innings on 240 for five from 81 overs with Khalid Usman (five not out) on Thursday.

    Scores in brief:

    Balochistan elected to bat after winning the toss against Sindh at Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad

    Balochistan 253-4, 85 overs (Imran Butt 104, Imam-ul-Haq 97, Abdul Wahid Bangalzai 32 not out)

    Innings points – Balochistan 2, Sindh 1

    Toss uncontested, Southern Punjab elected to bowl against Central Punjab at Multan Stadium

    Central Punjab 289-3, 82.3 overs (Abid Ali 132 not out, Ahmed Shehzad 63, Azhar Ali 25)

    Innings points – Central Punjab 2, Southern Punjab 1

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa elected to bat after winning the toss against Northern at Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 240-5, 81 overs (Sahibzada Farhan 71, Iftikhar Ahmed 50 not out, Israrullah 50)

    Innings points – Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 1, Northern 1


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    First two sessions should be made for the fast bowlers.looks like the pitch has been flat from ball one

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    Balochistan vs Sind :- 353/7 (Bismillah khan 32 not out, Raza uk Hassan 0 not out)

    Central Punjab vs Southern Punjab :- 367/8
    (Zafar Gohar 7 not out , Waqas Maqsood 7 not out)

    KPK vs Northern :- 337 all out (Sahibzada Farhan 71 , Iftikhar Ahmed 51 , Israrullah 50)
    (Muhammad Musa 5 wickets, Munir Riaz 2 wickets)
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    Lunch scores on Day 2

    Balochistan v Sindh

    Lunch (day 2) at Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad

    Balochistan: 353-7 (114 ov)

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    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa v Northern

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa: 337 all out (105.1 ov)

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    CP v SP

    Central Punjab: 367-8 (106 ov)


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    Lahore, 21 October 2021: Northern fast-bowler Musa Khan recorded his maiden first-class five-wicket haul against Khyber Pakhtunkhwa at the Gaddafi Stadium on day two of the first round of Quaid-e-Azam Trophy 2021-22.

    Playing his 10th first-class match, Musa, the 21-year-old right-arm pacer, returned five for 78 as Khyber Pakhtunkhwa were rolled out for 337 in 105.1 overs in front of nine High-Definition cameras, which are beaming the match across the globe from PCB’s official YouTube channel.

    He accounted for four of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s five remaining batters with the wickets of Khalid Usman, Sajid Khan, Sameen Gul and Imran Khan Snr.

    Iftikhar Ahmed, who added one run to his overnight score of 50, was dismissed by Munir Riaz, who took two wickets.

    Musa’s efforts helped Northern bag three bowling points, as Khyber Pakhtunkhwa were eight wickets down for 309 by the completion of 100 overs.

    Faizan Riaz’s unbeaten 57 had Northern at 179 for four at the end of day’s play. The middle-order batter staged a recovery with all-rounder Mubasir Khan, who was unbeaten on 59, after Northern had lost four wicket for 82.

    Imran Khan took two wickets – Nasir Nawaz and Rohail Nazir – as Northern slipped to 53 for three from 26 for none.

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa have accumulated four points in the match so far – three for batting (for breaching 300-run mark in 100 overs and one for bowling (for sending four Northern batters back).

    Sindh were trailing Balochistan by 311 at Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad after wicketkeeper-batter Bismillah Khan smashed a solid 74 to convert his side’s overnight total of 253 to 402.

    Bismillah, who was Balochistan’s last wicket to fall, anchored his side’s innings for larger part of the second day before he was bowled by Sindh captain Fawad Alam. He struck 10 fours and a six in his 110-ball knock.

    The day began with Abdul Wahid Bangalzai and Ayaz Tasawar at the crease. Wahid, playing his first first-class match, smashed his maiden half-century as he made 63 off 119 (nine fours and a six) and Ayaz made 30 off 57.

    Both batters became victims of Ashiq Ali, who took two wickets for 129. Mir Hamza, Mohammad Asghar and Mohammad Hasnain also picked up two wickets each.

    Sindh’s Khurram Manzoor (33 not out) and Saad Khan (43 not out) will resume the innings for their side on Friday with the scoreboard reading 91 for one. Sharjeel Khan (13 off 14) was Sindh’s sole wicket to fall. He was dismissed by Gohar Faiz.

    Balochistan, to date, has gathered three points (all batting) in the match for breaching the 300-run mark inside 100 overs, while Sindh managed one bowling point.

    By the completion of the second day of Punjab Derby at the Multan Cricket Stadium, Central Punjab had gathered five points (four batting and one bowling).

    Abid Ali added 26 runs to his overnight score to register 158 and Hussain Talat scored his 11th first-class half-century which propelled Central Punjab to 384.

    Southern Punjab’s Ali Usman, who accounted for Abid, finished with four for 99, while Aamer Yamin and Mohammad Ilyas took two wickets each.

    In reply, Tayyab Tahir’s unbeaten half-century had taken Southern Punjab to 130 for four. Tayyab, after opening the innings, had made 56 off 152 and struck seven fours. He will be joined by nightwatchman Zia-ul-Haq when the innings resumes tomorrow morning.

    Scores in brief:

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa elected to bat after winning the toss against Northern at Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 337 all out, 105.1 overs (Sahibzada Farhan 71, Iftikhar Ahmed 51, Israrullah 50, Khalid Usman 39, Sajid Khan 32, Rehan Afridi 26; Musa Khan 5-78, Munir Riaz 2-45)

    Northern 179-4, 55 overs (Faizan Riaz 57 not out, Mubasir Khan 59 not out, Nasir Nawaz 25; Imran Khan Snr 2-39)

    Innings points – Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 4 (three bowling, one batting), Northern 3 (all bowling)

    Balochistan elected to bat after winning the toss against Sindh at Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad

    Balochistan 402 all out, 133 overs (Imran Butt 104, Imam-ul-Haq 97, Bismillah Khan 74, Abdul Wahid Bangalzai 63, Ayyaz Tasawar 30; Mir Hamza 2-32, Mohammad Hasnain 2-47, Mohammad Asghar 2-111, Ashiq Ali 2-129)

    Sindh 91-1, 36.3 overs (Saad Khan 43 not out, Khurram Manzoor 33 not out)

    Innings points – Balochistan 3 (all batting), Sindh 1 (all bowling)

    Toss uncontested, Southern Punjab elected to bowl against Central Punjab at Multan Stadium

    Central Punjab 384 all out, 115.3 overs (Abid Ali 158, Ahmed Shehzad 63, Hussain Talat 52, Junaid Ali 27, Azhar Ali 25; Ali Usman 4-99, Aamer Yamin 2-60, Mohammad Ilyas 2-86)

    Southern Punjab 130-4, 46.3 overs (Tayyab Tahir 56 not out, Imran Rafiq 23, Naved Yasin 21; Zafar Gohar 2-46)

    Innings points – Central Punjab 5 (four batting, one bowling), Southern Punjab 2 (all bowling)
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    another nice fifty for mubasir in a tricky situation. he looks very calm when batting. hoping he can get in a full 10 game season this year.

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    He also played seconds this year

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    Balochistan vs Sind :- 201/4 (Khurram manzoor 91 not out, Muhammad Hasan 17 not out, Raza ul Hassan 3 W)

    Central Punjab vs Southern Punjab :- 234/8
    (Ali Usman 7 not out , Muhammad Ilyas 4 not out, Zafar Gohar 4 W)

    KPK vs Northern :- 311/5 (Faizan Riaz 114 not out, Umar Amin 22 not out)

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    Lahore, 22 October 2021: Impressive centuries from youngsters Faizan Riaz and Mubasir Khan, followed by unbeaten half-centuries from Umar Amin and Nauman Ali had Northern in a commanding position over Khyber Pakhtunkhwa at the conclusion of day three of the first round Quaid-e-Azam Trophy fixture at the Gaddafi Stadium.

    Both Faizan and Mubasir converted their overnight half-centuries into tons as their 168-run alliance for the fifth wicket lifted Northern from a paltry 82 for four to 250 for five.

    Faizan scored 115 off 262 (10 fours) to record his 11th century, while 19-year-old Mubasir, playing his only fourth first-class match, brought up his second century with a 184-ball 112, which was studded with 15 fours.

    Umar and Nauman, the captain of Northern, built on the good work done by the youngsters as they added 159 runs for the undefeated seventh wicket. Umar was six runs away from what will be his 23rd century, while Nauman, who will be eying his maiden first-class century, had made 85 off 93 (nine fours and two sixes).

    Northern were 135 runs ahead Khyber Pakhtunkhwa as they had accumulated 472 for the loss of six wickets after playing 138 overs.

    Northern added three more points to their bag and took their innings point to six as they had breached the 300-run mark by the completion of 100 overs. Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, for taking five wickets, could bag only one point.

    At Faisalabad’s Iqbal Stadium, Khurram Manzoor smashed 153 off 296 with the help of as many as 20 fours and a six to propel Sindh to 318 for eight against Balochistan. His overnight partnership, Saad Khan made 70 off 161 (nine fours).

    The pair added 132 for the second wickets, before Raza-ul-Hasan, who took four wickets on Friday, dismissed Saad.

    Wicketkeeper-batter Mohammad Hasan was the other notable run-getter with 43, while Balochistan’s Gohar Faiz and Amad Butt bagged two wickets each.

    Ashiq Ali (seven) and Mir Hamza (three) will resume Sindh’s innings tomorrow, what will be the last day of the round.

    Ahmed Shehzad made his second half-century of the match as Central Punjab were 138 for two in their second innings and 270 runs ahead Southern Punjab at Multan Cricket Stadium.

    Ahmed was undefeated on 66, which he had gathered from 89 balls, and he was joined by Azhar Ali when umpires called stumps. Abid Ali followed up his first innings 158 with 41.

    Earlier, Southern Punjab declared on 295 for nine with Tayyab Tahir being the top-scorer with 79.

    Central Punjab’s Zafar Gohar took four wickets for 93. Ehsan Adil accounted for two batters.

    For taking more than eight wickets inside 100 overs, Central Punjab added three bowling points (total seven points), while Southern Punjab took their total points tally to four, with the addition of two points.

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa elected to bat after winning the toss against Northern at Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 337 all out, 105.1 overs (Sahibzada Farhan 71, Iftikhar Ahmed 51, Israrullah 50, Khalid Usman 39, Sajid Khan 32, Rehan Afridi 26; Musa Khan 5-78, Munir Riaz 2-45)

    Northern 472-6, 138 overs (Faizan Riaz 115, Mubasir Khan 112, Umar Amin 94 not out, Nauman Ali 85, Nasir Nawaz 25; Sajid Khan 3-83, Imran Khan Snr 2-70)

    Innings points – Khyber Pakhtunkhwa four (three batting, one bowling), Northern six (three batting, three bowling)

    Balochistan elected to bat after winning the toss against Sindh at Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad

    Balochistan 402 all out, 133 overs (Imran Butt 104, Imam-ul-Haq 97, Bismillah Khan 74, Abdul Wahid Bangalzai 63, Ayyaz Tasawar 30; Mir Hamza 2-32, Mohammad Hasnain 2-47, Mohammad Asghar 2-111, Ashiq Ali 2-129)

    Sindh 318-8, 123.3 overs (Khurram Manzoor 153, Saad Khan 70, Mohammad Hasan 43; Raza-ul-Hasan 4-127, Gohar Faiz 2-38, Amad Butt 2-44)

    Innings Points – Balochistan five (three batting, two bowling), Sindh four (three batting, one bowling)

    Toss uncontested, Southern Punjab elected to bowl against Central Punjab at Multan Stadium

    Central Punjab 384 all out, 115.3 overs (Abid Ali 158, Ahmed Shehzad 63, Hussain Talat 52, Junaid Ali 27, Azhar Ali 25; Ali Usman 4-99, Aamer Yamin 2-60, Mohammad Ilyas 2-86) and 138-2, 30.5 overs (Ahmed Shehzad 66 not out, Abid Ali 41)

    Southern Punjab 252-9d, 89.5 overs (Tayyab Tahir 79, Zia-ul-Haq 35, Azam Khan 29, Imran Rafiq 23, Naved Yasin 21; Zafar Gohar 4-93, Ehsan Adil 2-61)

    Innings points – Central Punjab 7 (four batting, three bowling), Southern Punjab 4 (two batting, two bowling)


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    Balochistan vs Sind :- 2nd innings 15/0 (Imran Butt 2 not out, Imam ul haq 8 not out)

    Central Punjab vs Southern Punjab :- 2nd inning 55/1 (Zain Abbas 30 not out , Umar Siddiq 23 not out, Zafar Gohar 1 W)

    KPK vs Northern :- 2nd innings 34/0 ( Sahibazada Farhan 19 not out, Israrullah 14 not out)

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    All games drawn:

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    Lahore, 23 October 2021: Northern captain Nauman Ali scored his maiden first-class century on the fourth and final day of the round one of the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy 2021-22 against Khyber Pakhtunkhwa before the match, played at the Gaddafi Stadium, ended in a draw.

    Nauman needed 15 runs when play resumed on Saturday. He made 103 off 112 balls – hitting 12 fours and two sixes – and became the third batter in the innings to reach triple digits after youngsters Faizan Riaz and Mubasir Khan had stroked centuries on day three.

    Nauman surpassed his previous career-best of 97 that he had recorded in a Test against Zimbabwe at Harare earlier in the year.

    Nauman’s overnight partner Umar Amin missed his century by six runs as he was run out on the second ball of the day without scoring any run.

    Northern, in their reply of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s 337, had posted a mammoth 511 for eight before declaring the innings after playing six overs and two balls.

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa batted for 40 overs and Sahibzada Farhan followed his 71 with 79. He added 125 runs with Israrullah, scored 59.

    Northern finished round one with 11 points (five draw, three batting, three bowling) and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa collected nine (five draw, three batting, one bowling).

    The Punjab Derby at Multan Cricket Stadium also ended in a draw. Central Punjab’s Ahmed Shehzad missed out on a century by nine runs as he was run out. Central Punjab, captained by Azhar Ali, who was unbeaten on 47, declared at 212 for four.

    Chasing 344, Southern Punjab had managed 218 for four before umpires called stumps. Zain Abbas (85) and Umar Siddiq (71) added 139 runs for the second wicket.

    Left-arm orthodox Zafar Gohar removed both batters and Tayyab Tahir to finish with three wickets in the innings and seven wickets in the match.

    Central Punjab from their first match collected 12 (five draw, four batting, three bowling) points and Southern Punjab bagged nine (five draw, two batting, two bowling)

    At the Faisalabad’s Iqbal Stadium, the Balochistan-Sindh fixture also ended in a draw. Sindh were all out for 324 as Raza-ul-Hasan recorded a five-fer, before Balochistan made 100 for two with Imran Butt scoring a half-century.

    Balochistan took 10 points (five, draw, three batting, two bowling) from the match and Sindh pocketed nine (five draw, three batting, one bowling).

    Scores in brief:

    Northern and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa play a draw at Gaddafi Stadium

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 337 all out, 105.1 overs (Sahibzada Farhan 71, Iftikhar Ahmed 51, Israrullah 50, Khalid Usman 39, Sajid Khan 32, Rehan Afridi 26; Musa Khan 5-78, Munir Riaz 2-45) and 158-1, 40 overs (Sahibzada Farhan 79 not out, Israrullah 59)

    Northern 511-8, 144.2 overs (Faizan Riaz 115, Mubasir Khan 112, Nauman Ali 103 not out Umar Amin 94 not out, Nasir Nawaz 25; Sajid Khan 3-88, Imran Khan Snr 3-88)

    Match points – Northern 11 (five draw, three batting, three bowling), Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 9 (five draw, three batting, one bowling)

    Central Punjab and Southern Punjab play a draw at Multan Cricket Stadium

    Central Punjab 384 all out, 115.3 overs (Abid Ali 158, Ahmed Shehzad 63, Hussain Talat 52, Junaid Ali 27, Azhar Ali 25; Ali Usman 4-99, Aamer Yamin 2-60, Mohammad Ilyas 2-86) and 212-4, 40.4 overs (Ahmed Shehzad 91, Azhar Ali 47 not out, Abid Ali 41)

    Southern Punjab 252-9d, 89.5 overs (Tayyab Tahir 79, Zia-ul-Haq 35, Azam Khan 29, Imran Rafiq 23, Naved Yasin 21; Zafar Gohar 4-93, Ehsan Adil 2-61) and 218-4, 66 overs (Zain Abbas 85, Umar Siddiq 71, Imran Rafiq 35; Zafar Gohar 3-96)

    Match points – Central Punjab 12 (five draw, four batting, three bowling), Southern Punjab 9 (five draw, two batting, two bowling)

    Sindh and Balochistan play a draw at Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad

    Balochistan 402 all out, 133 overs (Imran Butt 104, Imam-ul-Haq 97, Bismillah Khan 74, Abdul Wahid Bangalzai 63, Ayyaz Tasawar 30; Mir Hamza 2-32, Mohammad Hasnain 2-47, Mohammad Asghar 2-111, Ashiq Ali 2-129) and 100-2, 43 overs (Imran Butt 51 not out)

    Sindh 324-10, 137.4 overs (Khurram Manzoor 153, Saad Khan 70, Mohammad Hasan 43; Raza-ul-Hasan 5-132, Gohar Faiz 2-38, Amad Butt 2-44)

    Innings Points – Balochistan 10 (five, draw, three batting, two bowling), Sindh 9 (five draw, three batting, one bowling)


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    kp v northern - 290 overs
    sindh v bal - 330 overs
    cp v sp - 310 overs

    not one game was played over the equivalent of 4 days of a test match. assuming 6 hours a day the teams averaged 13 overs an hour, which seems very slow for a first class game, and equates to roughly 1.5 sessions a game lost from slow over rates.

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    Fine them and the curators

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    QeA Trophy 2021/22 | Round 2 | 27-30 October 2021 | Faisalabad, Multan & Lahore | Matches Discussion

    The second round of Quaid-e-Azam Trophy 2021-22 will begin from Wednesday in Faisalabad, Lahore and Multan.

    Though the first round saw all three matches end in draw, it served brilliant individual performances with as many as six batters stroking centuries and two bowlers recording five-wicket hauls.

    Balochistan’s Imran Butt, Central Punjab’s Abid Ali, Sindh’s Khurram Manzoor and Northern’s Faizan Riaz, Mubasir Khan and Nauman Ali were amongst the century-makers, while Northern’s Musa Khan and Balochistan’s Raza-ul-Hasan took five-wickets each.

    The first round proved to be special for Nauman and Musa especially as the two recorded their maiden batting and bowling milestones.

    Central Punjab – who shared the last year's title with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa – earned maximum points from the opening round as they bagged 12 points (five draw, four batting, three bowling) from their draw against Southern Punjab at the Multan Cricket Stadium.

    The Azhar Ali-captained side will travel to Lahore to take on Northern at the Gaddafi Stadium. In the last season, the two teams won a match each against each other. While, Central Punjab will be hoping to make the most of their home advantage, Northern will look to implement the learnings about the conditions from the last match.

    The action from this match will be beamed across the globe through nine high-definition cameras on PCB’s official YouTube channel.

    Northern took 11 points from their first round match against Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, which turned out to be the second most.

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, meanwhile, will travel to Faisalabad to play Fawad Alam’s Sindh at the Iqbal Stadium. Both teams have nine points.

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, the joint winners of the last season, have had an incredible start to the season by bagging the National T20 title. After playing out a draw at the Gaddafi Stadium, the Iftikhar Ahmed-captained team will be looking to make the most of their fixture against Sindh, against whom they enjoyed 1-0 score line in two matches in 2020-21.

    In the third match of the second round, Imam-ul-Haq-led Balochistan will face Southern Punjab at the Multan Cricket Stadium. Balochistan were beaten twice by Southern Punjab in the last season. Buoyed by a strong performance in Faisalabad, which saw them post 403 in the first innings and end the match with 10 points – the third most – Balochistan will look for settling scores.

    Mohammad Abbas' Southern Punjab have nine points.

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    Lahore, 26 October 2021: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa captain Iftikhar Ahmed has been fined 20 per cent of his match fee for a level 1 offence for showing dissent at an umpire’s decision during the first round Quaid-e-Azam Trophy 2021-22 match against Northern at the Gaddafi Stadium.

    Iftikhar argued with the umpire when his appeal was turned down in the 122nd over of Northern’s innings. He was found to have violated Article 2.8 of the PCB Code of Conduct for Players and Player Support Personnel.

    On-field umpires Rashid Riaz and Shozab Raza levelled the charge on the all-rounder, who accepted the sanction proposed by match-referee Mohammad Anees after requesting a hearing.


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    Southern Punjab have won the toss and elected to bat against Balochistan

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    Sindh have won the toss and elected to field versus KPK

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    Central Punjab won the toss elected to field first against Northern

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    Hurraira with another duck..

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    Northern vs Central Punjab - 131/3 ( Faizan Riaz 72*, Sarmad bhatti 13* , Bilawal Iqbal 1W, Ehsan Adil 1W)

    Sind vs KPK - 94/3 ( Fawad Alam 20* , Saad Khan 56*)

    South Punjab vs Balochistan - (Tayyab Tahir 54*, Umar Siddiq 24* , Taj Wali 1W)

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    Lahore, 27 October 2021: The second round of the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy 2021-22 started with a century scored in each of the three matches.

    Southern Punjab’s Tayyab Tahir recorded his maiden first-class century with an impressive 181 not out at a healthy strike rate of 80 against Balochistan at Multan Cricket Stadium on the first day.

    Tayyab anchored Southern Punjab to 344 for three in 81.3 overs as he smashed 19 fours and four sixes. The right-handed batter stitched partnerships worth 90 and 191 with Umar Siddiq (32 off 70) and Imran Rafiq (81 off 122).

    Tayyab, on Thursday, will resume Southern Punjab’s innings with Azam Khan, who is unbeaten on 15.

    At Faisalabad’s Iqbal Stadium, Sindh finished the day on 260 for four, thanks to incredible 129 from Saad Khan and 94 not out from captain Fawad Alam.

    Sindh were reduced to 16 for three as Imran Khan Snr accounted for last match’s centurion Khurram Manzoor (eight) and Test batter Asad Shadiq (0), while Sharjeel Khan was sent packing by Sameen Gul.

    Saad and Fawad added 191 for the fourth wicket to rescue Sindh, before Saad, who smoked 14 fours and a six in his 195-ball stay, was dismissed by off-spinner Sajid Khan. Fawad will resume Sindh’s innings with wicketkeeper-batter Mohammad Hasan.

    Northern’s Faizan Riaz smashed his second century of the tournament, as he was unbeaten on 146 against Central Punjab when stumps were drawn at Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore.

    Faizan, to date, has struck 15 fours off 221 balls and will be continuing an undefeated fourth wicket stand of 202 with Sarmad Bhatti, who stroked an unbeaten 81.

    Central Punjab had a good start to the day after their captain Azhar Ali elected to bowl as they had two Northern batters – Mohammad Huraira and Umar Amin – back in the pavilion by 4.3 overs. Huraira was dismissed LBW by Ehsan Adil and Umar was caught off Bilawal Iqbal.

    Nasir Nawaz, however, held an end with his 46 off 71.

    Scores in brief:

    Southern Punjab choose to bat after winning the toss against Balochistan at Multan Cricket Stadium

    Southern Punjab 344-3, 81.3 overs (Tayyab Tahir 181 not out, Imran Rafiq 81, Umar Siddiq 32, Zain Abbas 30)

    Innings points – Southern Punjab 3, Balochistan 1

    Sindh choose to bat after winning the toss against Khyber Pakhtunkhwa at Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad

    Sindh 260-4, 79.3 overs (Saad Khan 129, Fawad Alam 94 not out; Imran Khan Snr 2-37)

    Innings points – Sindh 2, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 1

    Central Punjab elected to bowl after winning the toss against Northern at Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore

    Northern 281-3, 80 overs (Faizan Riaz 146 not out, Sarmad Bhatti 81 not out, Nasir Nawaz 46)

    Innings points – Northern 2, Central Punjab 1


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    What kind of pathetic pitches are these? Are we looking to produce more Imran Butts

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    Quote Originally Posted by shah_1 View Post
    What kind of pathetic pitches are these? Are we looking to produce more Imran Butts
    Agreed. There needs to be something for bowlers. Rubbish batsmen’s are scoring runs for fun where in international they will struggle to average to 20 odd.

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    200 for Faizan..
    Looks busy cricketer on the pitch.

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    5th Match : Khyber Pakhtunkha Vs Sindh
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    6th Match : Central Punjab Vs Nothern
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    The domestic scene is still clogged up by too many has been domestic beasts. We need a balance between having experienced batters to test bowlers and finding places for the young batters to develop. The balance isn't right at the moment.

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    Stumps, Day Two, Round Two of Quaid-e-Azam Trophy 2021-22

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    Youngsters from 2nd XI who perform better than oldies in 1st XI should be promoted.The 2nd XI should have 60% young players.

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    Lahore, 28 October 2021: Northern’s Faizan Riaz and Southern Punjab’s Tayyab Tahir continued to dominate their respective oppositions as they scored remarkable double-centuries on day two of round two of Quaid-e-Azam Trophy 2021-22.

    Faizan Riaz’s 213 propelled Northern to an imposing 455 for nine against Central Punjab at the Gaddafi Stadium. The right-handed middle-order batter from Islamabad brought up his first-class career’s third double-century as he built on his overnight 146 in front of nine High-Definition cameras, which are beaming live action around the world through PCB’s official YouTube channel.

    This was also Faizan’s second century of the season in as many matches. He smashed 20 fours from 346 balls.

    Faizan had Sarmad Bhatti in company when Northern began the day at 281 for three. The pair could add only three runs to their overnight partnership before Sarmad (82 off 184) became Waqas Maqsood’s lone scalp. The pair added 205 for the fourth wicket.

    At the 100-over mark, Northern were 300 for four. As such, Northern bagged three batting points, while Central Punjab took one bowling points.

    Wicketkeeper-batter Rohail Nazir scored a solid half-century below the order with 54 off 80, before he became the final wicket of his side’s innings in the 133rd over when he was sent packing by left-arm orthodox Zafar Gohar, who also accounted for Faizan and Mubasir Khan (25 off 69).

    With the dismissals of Mohammad Huraira, last match centurion Nauman Ali and Usman Shinwari, pacer Ehsan Adil also finished with three wickets.

    Seasoned openers Abid Ali and Ahmed Shehzad provided Central Punjab a solid 68-run start before stumps. Abid made 37 off 67 and Ahmed scored 28 off 44.

    Before coming into this match, Southern Punjab opener Tayyab Tahir had never scored a century and he recorded his maiden first-class ton in style as he smashed 221 at a strike rate of over 80 against Balochistan at Multan Cricket Stadium. Tayyab started his day at 181 and scored briskly with Azam Khan (71-ball 85) as the two added 128 in 10.2 overs.

    Tayyab smashed 23 fours and four sixes in his 274-ball knock, which helped Southern Punjab thump 457 for the loss of five wickets in 98.5 overs and gathered maximum (five) batting points.

    Azam, meanwhile, smashed eight fours and four sixes as he scored his 85 at 120.

    Balochistan’s reply was a solid one as Test openers Imran butt and Imam-ul-Haq scored half-centuries, making 65 not out and 71 not out respectively. The pair had added 155 in 56 overs.

    At Faisalabad’s Iqbal Stadium, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Niaz Khan recorded a five-wicket haul on debut. The right-arm medium fast’s five for 58 bowled out Sindh for 367 in 110.1 overs. His scalps included Fawad Alam, who scored his 41st first-class century, Mohammad Hasan, Ashiq Ali, Sohail Khan and Mohammad Hasnain.

    Sindh captain Fawad made 122 off 252 (13 fours) after beginning the day at 94 and recorded second century of the innings after Saad Khan made 129 yesterday.

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa openers Israrullah (87 not out) and Sahibzada Farhan (72 not out) staged a swift reply with an unbeaten 167-run partnership at 3.80 runs per over. As such, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa will be 200 runs behind Sindh when they resume the innings on day three.

    As Sindh were 329 for seven after 100 overs, the batting side bagged three innings points, while Khyber Pakhtunkhwa pocketed two.

    Scores in brief:

    Central Punjab elected to bowl after winning the toss against Northern at Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore

    Northern 455-9dec, 132.5 overs (Faizan Riaz 213, Sarmad Bhatti 82, Rohail Nazir 54, Nasir Nawaz 46; Ehsan Adil 3-60, Zafar Gohar 3-141)

    Central Punjab 68-0, 18 overs (Abid Ali 37 not out, Ahmed Shehzad 28 not out)

    Innings points – Northern three, Central Punjab 1

    Southern Punjab choose to bat after winning the toss against Balochistan at Multan Cricket Stadium

    Southern Punjab 457-5dec, 98.5 overs (Tayyab Tahir 221, Azam Khan 85, Imran Rafiq 81, Umar Siddiq 32, Zain Abbas 30; Junaid Khan 2-87)

    Balochistan 155-0, 56 overs (Imam-ul-Haq 71 not out, Imran Butt 65 not out)

    Innings points – Southern Punjab 5, Balochistan 1

    Sindh choose to bat after winning the toss against Khyber Pakhtunkhwa at Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad

    Sindh 367 all out, 110.1 overs (Saad Khan 129, Fawad Alam 122, Sohail Khan 28, Ashiq Ali 26, Mohammad Hasan 25; Niaz Khan 5-58, Imran Khan Snr 3-58)

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 167-0, 44 overs (Israrullah 87 not out, Sahibzada Farhan 72 not out)

    Innings points – Sindh 3, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 2


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    how are people judging Tayyab Tahir.... looked a tank.... comments? thoughts?

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    Awful pitches again by the looks of it, give the bowlers something please?

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    Lahore, 29 October 2021: Sahibzada Farhan’s maiden first-class century and Israrullah’s breezy 160 put Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 73 runs ahead of Sindh on day three of their second round fixture of the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy 2021-22 at the Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad.

    The pair put a solid 226 runs for the opening wicket and the partnership helped Khyber Pakhtunkhwa take their points tally from the match to six as it added four batting points.

    Farhan smashed 13 fours and a six as he made 100 off 198 balls. The right-handed opener had to wait 54 innings to record his first-ever century.

    He was duly supported by Israrullah who smoked 19 fours and three sixes from the 228 balls he faced. In the previous round, Israrullah had smashed a half-century in both innings.

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa were 440 for four in 127 overs with their captain Iftikhar Ahmed (81 not out) and wicketkeeper-batter Rehan Afridi (43 not out) at the crease.

    At the Multan Cricket Stadium, Balochistan’s Imam-ul-Haq smashed his sixth first-class ton as he scored 109 off 256 with the help of 12 fours against Southern Punjab. The left-handed batter struck a 214-run opening partnership with Imran Butt, who missed out a century by five runs when he was bowled by Muhammad Imran.

    Muhammad Imran also denied Haris Sohail a half-century as he got rid of the left-hander on 49.

    On the last day of the match, Ayaz Tasawar and wicketkeeper-batter Bismillah Khan will resume Balochistan innings at 416 for four. They have batted 136.3 overs. Ayaz is unbeaten on 65 (eight fours), while Bismillah is batting at 56 (nine fours).

    Balochistan bagged three batting points as they were 302 for three after 100 overs.

    Northern pacer Musa Khan followed-up his maiden five-fer in the last match with four for 61 to put his side ahead of Central Punjab at the Gaddafi Stadium.

    The right-armer accounted for Abid Ali, top run-getter with 175-ball 81, Azhar Ali (17), Mohammad Saad (29) and Saad Nasim (two).

    Central Punjab – who began the day on 68 for the loss of no wicket – were 271 for nine in 93.4 overs and Musa’s exploits helped Northern bag three bowling points. While Musa will be looking to bag another five-wicket haul on Saturday, Northern will be looking to bag bonus points for bowling out an opposition under 300.

    Earlier, both openers – Abid and Ahmed Shehzad (58) – scored half-centuries and added 110 runs for the first wicket. Hussain Talat played a solid knock in the middle-order as he made 62 off 95 (eight fours and two sixes).

    Scores in brief:

    Sindh choose to bat after winning the toss against Khyber Pakhtunkhwa at Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad

    Sindh 367 all out, 110.1 overs (Saad Khan 129, Fawad Alam 122, Sohail Khan 28, Ashiq Ali 26, Mohammad Hasan 25; Niaz Khan 5-58, Imran Khan Snr 3-58)

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 440-4, 127 overs (Israrullah 160, Sahibzada Farhan 100, Iftikhar Ahmed 81 not out, Rehan Afridi 43 not out, Adil Amin 25)

    Innings points – Sindh 4, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 6

    Southern Punjab choose to bat after winning the toss against Balochistan at Multan Cricket Stadium

    Southern Punjab 457-5dec, 98.5 overs (Tayyab Tahir 221, Azam Khan 85, Imran Rafiq 81, Umar Siddiq 32, Zain Abbas 30; Junaid Khan 2-87)

    Balochistan 416-4, 136.3 overs (Imam-ul-Haq 109, Imran Butt 95, Ayaz Tasawar 65 not out, Bismillah Khan 56 not out; Muhammad Imran 2-74)

    Innings points – Southern Punjab 6, Balochistan 4

    Central Punjab elected to bowl after winning the toss against Northern at Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore

    Northern 455-9dec, 132.5 overs (Faizan Riaz 213, Sarmad Bhatti 82, Rohail Nazir 54, Nasir Nawaz 46; Ehsan Adil 3-60, Zafar Gohar 3-141)

    Central Punjab 271-9, 93.4 overs (Abid Ali 81, Hussain Talat 62, Ahmed Shehzad 58; Musa Khan 4-61, Nauman Ali 2-92)

    Innings points – Northern 6, Central Punjab 2


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    We have gone from one extreme of under prepared terrible wickets to batting paradises, which although needed at times, shouldn't be the norm. Surely, our groundsman can find a happy medium

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    14 wickets, 21 wickets and 22 wickets in the 3 matches. Terrible pitches.

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    Lahore, 30 October 2021: Teenager Mohammad Huraira finished the second round of Quaid-e-Azam Trophy 2021-22 with an excellent maiden first-class century as the match between his side, Northern, and Central Punjab ended in a draw at the Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore.

    The 19-year-old batter struck 12 fours and a six, making an unbeaten 107 off 146. The right-hander from Sialkot added 89 and 110 runs with Nasir Nawaz (55 off 53) and Umar Amin (56 off 73) for the first and second wickets before the day ended with Northern, in their second innings, at 239 for two.

    The day had begun with Northern eyeing their first win of the season with Central Punjab trailing by 184 with a wicket in hand, but a brilliant 96-run stand for the last wicket between Bilawal Iqbal (48 not out) and Ehsan Adil (49) helped Central Punjab post 367 all out in 116.5 overs.

    The partnership denied Northern crucial bonus bowling points, as the Nauman Ali-captained side failed to bowl out Central Punjab in 100 overs.

    Central Punjab bagged eight points from this match, while Northern pocketed 11.

    The other two matches – played at Faisalabad’s Iqbal Stadium and Multan Cricket Stadium – were also drawn.

    At the Multan Cricket Stadium, Balochistan’s Ayaz Tasawar and Bismillah Khan converted their overnight half-centuries into centuries against Southern Punjab. Ayaz and Bismillah begun the day at 65 and 56, respectively, and they went on to make 113 and 116.

    Ayaz smashed 14 fours in his 264-ball innings, while Bismillah dispatched 17 off the 205 balls he faced for fours.

    Ali Usman took two wickets before Imran Butt’s Balochistan declared at 571 for seven.

    Southern Punjab made 112 for two in their second innings with Tayyab Tahir, who made an excellent double-century in the first innings, top-scoring with 60 not out.

    Southern Punjab gathered 11 points from this match, while Balochistan bagged nine.

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa added 63 runs to their overnight score before they declared innings at 503-7 on the final day of their fixture against Sindh at the Iqbal Stadium.

    Iftikhar Ahmed, who started the day eyeing a century, could add only one run to his overnight score as he was LBW by Sohail Khan for 82. He hit 11 fours and a six in the 148 balls he faced.

    Rehan Afridi, the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa wicketkeeper-batter, smashed 74 off 131 (10 fours) down the order. He was dismissed by Fawad Alam, the opposition’s captain. Fawad’s left-arm orthodox bagged him two wickets – the most in the innings – for 46 runs in 12.2 overs.

    Sindh’s Asad Shafiq and Fawad Alam scored solid half-centuries as they made 96 and 66 before the stumps were drawn. Their resilient knocks helped Sindh stage a recovery after they were reduced to 18 for three with Sameen Gul dismissing Sharjeel Khan and one-drop Saad Khan.

    Sindh were 180 for five in 55 overs when stumps were drawn.

    Sindh bagged nine points from the match, while Khyber Pakhtunkhwa added 11 more points to their tally.

    After the conclusion of the second round on Saturday, Northern lead the points table with 23 points. Southern Punjab are placed second with 21 points. Last season’s joint-winners Central Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa are locked on 20 points with Balochistan as Central Punjab are third, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa are fourth and Balochistan are fifth. Sindh, with 18 points, are at the bottom of the table.

    Scores in brief:

    Central Punjab and Northern play a draw at Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore

    Northern 455-9dec, 132.5 overs (Faizan Riaz 213, Sarmad Bhatti 82, Rohail Nazir 54, Nasir Nawaz 46; Ehsan Adil 3-60, Zafar Gohar 3-141) and 239-2, 50.1 overs (Mohammad Huraira 107 not out, Umar Amin 56, Nasir Nawaz 55)

    Central Punjab 367 all out, 116.5 overs (Abid Ali 81, Hussain Talat 62, Ahmed Shehzad 58, Ehsan Adil 49, Bilawal Iqbal 48 not out; Musa Khan 4-81, Nauman Ali 2-127)

    Match points – Northern 11, Central Punjab 8

    Southern Punjab and Balochistan play a draw at Multan Cricket Stadium

    Southern Punjab 457-5dec, 98.5 overs (Tayyab Tahir 221, Azam Khan 85, Imran Rafiq 81, Umar Siddiq 32, Zain Abbas 30; Junaid Khan 2-87) and 112-2, 32 overs (Tayyab Tahir 60 not out)

    Balochistan 571-7, 178.1 overs (Bismillah Khan 116, Ayaz Tasawar 113, Imam-ul-Haq 109, Imran Butt 95, Haris Sohail 49, Amad Butt 35; Muhammad Imran 2-102, Ali Usman 2-165)

    Match points – Southern Punjab 11, Balochistan 9

    Sindh and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa play a draw at Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad

    Sindh 367 all out, 110.1 overs (Saad Khan 129, Fawad Alam 122, Sohail Khan 28, Ashiq Ali 26, Mohammad Hasan 25; Niaz Khan 5-58, Imran Khan Snr 3-58) and 180-5, 55 overs (Asad Shafiq 96, Fawad Alam 66 not out)

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 503-7, 144.2 overs (Israrullah 160, Sahibzada Farhan 100, Iftikhar Ahmed 82, Rehan Afridi 74 not out, Adil Amin 25; Fawad Alam 2-46)

    Match points – Sindh 9, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 11


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    QeA Trophy 2021/22 | Round 3 | 03-06 Nov 2021 | Faisalabad, Multan & Lahore | Matches Discussion

    Lahore, 1 November 2021: The absorbing red-ball cricket action will resume from Wednesday when the third round of Quaid-e-Azam Trophy 2021-22 begins. The first two rounds have provided glimpses of individual and collective brilliance with 16 centuries scored, four of which were maiden, and three bowlers record maiden five-wicket hauls.

    Nineteen-year-old Mohammad Huraira, who was part of the national side that featured in the U19 World Cup last year, scored his maiden first-class century on the final day of Northern’s second round clash against Central Punjab, which ended in draw.

    For Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Sahibzada Farhan, Iqbal Stadium Faisalabad will hold great significance as he scored his first century at this level there against Sindh.

    Southern Punjab’s Tayyab Tahir brought up his maiden ton in style as he smashed 221, becoming only the second batter after Faizan Riaz to score a double-century this season.

    Tayyab leads the batting chart with 360 runs and Faizan follows him with 342 runs. These two are the only batters in the tournament to have scored more than 300 runs, to date. Central Punjab’s Abid Ali is third with 280 runs.

    Nauman Ali, member of the national Test team, had scored his maiden first-class ton on the last day of round one at the Gaddafi Stadium.

    After Northern’s pacer Musa Khan took five wickets for the first time in the first round, Balochistan off-spinner Raza-ul-Hasan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Niaz Khan recorded their maiden five-fers in the second round.

    The bowling chart, however, is led by Central Punjab’s all-rounder Zafar Gohar as his left-arm orthodox has accounted for 11 batters at 37.09 runs per wicket. Twenty-one-year-old Musa has taken nine wickets at 20.67, while Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Imran Khan Snr, Raza-ul-Hasan and Balochistan’s Ali Usman have taken seven wickets apiece in two matches.

    While all six matches across the first two rounds ended in draw, Northern, who were the finalists of the 2019-20 edition, are at the top with 23 points – two clear of the second-ranked Southern Punjab.

    Southern Punjab displayed tactical and calculated approach when their batters crossed the 400-run benchmark inside the 100 overs of their first innings in the second round fixture against Balochistan at the Multan Cricket Stadium, which brought them maximum (five) batting points. Southern Punjab, which is captained by Mohammad Abbas, have collected seven batting points in the first two rounds, which is the joint-most with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

    Azhar Ali’s Central Punjab, Iftikhar Ahmed’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Imran Butt’s Balochistan are locked on 20 points, with net run-rate separating them. Central Punjab’s better net run-rate has them at third spot, while Khyber Pakhtunkhwa are fourth and Balochistan are fifth.

    Fawad Alam’s Sindh have catching up to do when they face Northern at Multan Cricket Stadium as they are at the bottom of the table with 18 points.

    For their third round fixture, Central Punjab will stay in Lahore as they play Balochistan, who will play their first match of the season at Pakistan’s home of cricket after playing their first round fixture at Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad and second round fixture at Multan Cricket Stadium. All the action from this match will be beamed across the globe through PCB’s official YouTube channel.

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa will also remain stationed at Faisalabad to host Southern Punjab, who travel for the first time in this edition after playing their first two matches in Multan.

    The PCB will provide highlights of top performers from the Iqbal Stadium and Multan Stadium at its YouTube channel, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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    Hope they improve the pitches a bit, it's been embarrassing how so few wickets have fallen in the first couple of rounds of the season.

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    Toss: Toss uncontested. Sindh chose to bowl against Northern at Multan Cricket Stadium


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    Toss: Southern Punjab win the toss and elect to bat against KP at Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad


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    Toss: Balochistan win the toss and elect to bat against Central Punjab at Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore


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    Stumps, Day One, Round Three of Quaid-e-Azam Trophy 2021-22

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    Back-to-back centuries for Huraira, maiden ton for Azam and 600 wickets for Tabish
    Opener Mohammad Huraira struck his second successive century, middle-order batsman Azam Khan notched up his maiden century and fast bowler Tabish Khan became Pakistan’s 29th bowler to take 600 first-class wickets during the opening days play in the third round action of the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy on Wednesday.

    Northern’s 19-year-old Huraira followed up his 107 not out against Central Punjab at the Gaddafi Stadium last week with 112 against GFC Sindh at the Multan Cricket Stadium as his side reached 287 for six in 85 overs.

    Huraira’s 166 balls innings was studded with 14 fours as added 129 runs for the third wicket with Faizan Riaz (46). From 189 for two, Northern slipped to 205 for six before Aamir Jamal (46 not out) and Rohail Nazir (32 not out) halted the rot with an unfinished 83-run seventh wicket stand.

    The highlight of Sindh’s bowling was the 600-wicket milestone, which Tabish Khan achieved by dismissing Nasir Nawaz (19). The 36-year-old Tabish, playing his 139th first-class match, ended the day with figures of one of 62, while Mir Hamza stole the bowling honours with figures of three for 42.

    ATF Southern Punjab’s Azam Khan made amends for missing out on a century on debut last week against Balochistan in Multan by scoring a more than run-a-ball 103 against Khyber Pakhtunkhwa at the Iqbal Stadium in Faisalabad.

    Azam, who scored 85 on his debut, struck 17 fours and a six in a 99-ball 103 that lifted ATF Southern Punjab to 369 for seven.

    Azam added 141 runs for the sixth wicket with Mohammad Imran after Southern Punjab slipped from 61 for one to 98 for five. Imran was still at the crease on a well-constructed 122, an innings that has come from 154 balls and includes 16 fours and two sixes.

    Off-spinner Sajid Khan and fast bowler Sameen Gul picked up three and two wickets, respectively for Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

    At the Gaddafi Stadium, Balochistan’s young Abdul Wahid Bangalzai was eying his maiden first-class century in his third appearance when he ended the day at 93 against Discover Pakistan Central Punjab. Bangalzai has been batting for 327 minutes during which he has received 222 balls and hit 13 fours and six.

    Bangalzai added 119 runs for the second wicket with Imam-ul-Haq that allowed Balochistan to see off the day at 223 for four. Imam faced 109 balls and hit six fours and four sixes.

    Scores in brief (day 1 of 4, round 3):

    Balochistan 223-4, 74 overs (Abdul Wahid Bangalzai 93 not out, Imam-ul-Haq 72, Haris Sohail 29, Bismillah Khan 16 not out) v Discover Pakistan Central Punjab

    Northern 287-6, 85 overs (Mohammad Huraira 112, Aamir Jamal 49 not out, Faizan Riaz 46, Rohail Nazir 32 not out; Mir Hamza 3-42) v GFS Sindh

    ATF Southern Punjab 369-7, 80 overs (Mohammad Imran 122 not out, Azam Khan 103, Hassan Khan 54, Tayyab Tahir 52; Sajid Khan 3-109, Sameen Gul 2-66) v Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

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    Quetta lad Wahid Bangalzai smashes unbeaten double-century

    18-year-old Abdul Wahid Bangalzai stroked an unconquered maiden double-century at the home of Pakistan cricket during the second day’s play in a live-streamed third round action of the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy on Thursday.

    Abdul Wahid Bangalzai returned undefeated on 203 for Balochistan who declared their first innings against Discover Pakistan Central Punjab for 472 for eight. When bad light forced an early closure, Central Punjab were 37 for one with Test batters Abid Ali (12) and Azhar Ali (four) at the crease.

    Abdul Wahid Bangalzai, the Quetta-born Pakistan U19 batter playing in just his third first-class match, had started the day at 93 in Balochistan’s 223 for four. The youngster batted for six hours and 28 minutes, and struck 24 fours and two sixes.

    Together with Jalat Khan, Abdul Wahid Bangalzai added 167 runs for the seventh wicket. Jalat missed his third career century by nine runs when he was dismissed for 91, an innings that came off 117 balls and included 11 fours.

    For Central Punjab, Ahmed Bashir (2-50), Zafar Gohar (2-92) and Bilal Asif (2-117) shared wickets.

    At the Iqbal Stadium in Faisalabad, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa lost five wickets for 26 runs to slip from 125 for one to 151 for six before Nabi Gul rescued them with a fine unbeaten century that helped his side finish off the day at 209 for seven against ATF Southern Punjab.

    Nabi was batting on 108 with 12 fours and three sixes from 171 balls and added 53 runs for the seventh wicket with Sajid Khan (20). Earlier, Nabi had put on 109 runs for the second wicket with Sahibzada Farhan, who scored 59 from 96 balls with five fours and three sixes.

    ATF Southern Punjab’s left-arm spinner Ali Usman caused maximum damage when he returned figures of 23-5-76-5, while Mohammad Ilyas and Zia Ul Haq picked up one wicket apiece.

    Earlier, ATF Southern Punjab resumed their first innings at 369 for seven and were bowled out for 453. Mohammad Imran, who started the day at 122, was the last man out after scoring 179. He occupied the crease for just under five hours during which he faced 195 balls and struck 21 fours and five sixes.

    For Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Niaz Khan took three for 62, Sameen Gul bagged three for 82 and Sajid Khan snapped up three for 120.

    At the Multan Cricket Stadium, Northern captured two late wickets as Sindh ended the day at 133 for three. Sindh were cruising at 132 for one before they lost Khurram Manzoor (40) and nightwatchman Tabish Khan (0) to Mubashir Khan and Nauman Ali, respectively.

    When play ended, Saad Khan was batting on 88 (9x4, 135b) who put on 128 runs for the second wicket with Khurram.

    Earlier, Northern were bowled out for 374 after resuming the day at 287 for six. Test spinner Nauman Ali hit four fours and two sixes in a 61-ball 51 and Rohail Nazir contributed 54 after resuming his innings at 32 not out.

    GFC Sindh’s Mir Hamza added one more wicket on Thursday to finish with four for 65, while Tabish Khan, Sohail Khan and Mohammad Asghar picked up two wickets each.

    Scores in brief (day 2 of 4, round 3):

    At Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore

    Balochistan 472-8d, 131.5 overs (Abdul Wahid Bangalzai 203 not out, Jalat Khan 91, Imam-ul-Haq 72, Bismillah Khan 48, Haris Sohail 29; Ahmed Bashir 2-50, Zafar Gohar 2-92, Bilal Asif 2-117)

    Discover Pakistan Central Punjab 37-1, 14 overs (Ahmed Shehzad 21, Abid Ali 12 not out, Azhar Ali 4 not out)

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    Northern 374, 108 overs (Mohammad Huraira 112, Aamir Jamal 55, Rohail Nazir 54, Nauman Ali 51, Faizan Riaz 46; Mir Hamza 4-65, Tabish Khan 2-82, Mohammad Asghar 2-85, Sohail Khan 2-90)

    GFS Sindh 133-3, 49 overs (Saad Khan 88 not out, Khurram Manzoor 40)

    At Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad

    ATF Southern Punjab 453 all out, 94.5 overs (Mohammad Imran 179, Azam Khan 103, Hassan Khan 54, Tayyab Tahir 52; Niaz Khan 3-62, Sameen Gul 3-82, Sajid Khan 3-120)

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 209-7, 60 overs (Nabi Gul 108 not out, Sahibzada Farhan 59, Sajid Khan 20; Ali Usman 5-76)

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    The pitches in Pakistan are favouring the batsmen now.Previously the pitches suited bowlers and trundlers were getting many wickets.PCB needs to prepare sporting pitches.There should be something in the pitch for batters and bowlers.The other options are to make different types of pitches at different venues.In Rawalpindi they can make a green pitch so bowlers learn seam and swing bowling.Karachi can be a pitch for spinners and so on.

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    yes the pitches are flat, but lets be real, this is what home pitches in pakistan are like. if u take out the first team, and then A-team bowlers, those left behind are simply not very good.

    theres hardly anyone with pace, or reverse, and things arent helped when fielders drop chances regularly. the real problem is that spin isnt getting involved given the pitches arent deteriorating, but that in part is due to tardy over rates, these games are ending after about 3.5 days of cricket.

    theres lots of issues here, but making pitches worse wont help develop test bowlers imo.

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    On A sports Misbah Wasim and Waqar all 3 said pitches in pakistan need to be favoring batsmen because there was a time when pitches favored bowlers and medium pacers started getting wickets and halted the pacer production and batsmen forgot to play long innings and better their skills . They all said pakistan needs batting friendly wickets so that fast bowlers learn to bowl in tough conditions , spinners learn to get wickets and batsmen hone their skills playing long innings

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    Quote Originally Posted by realitygaf View Post
    On A sports Misbah Wasim and Waqar all 3 said pitches in pakistan need to be favoring batsmen because there was a time when pitches favored bowlers and medium pacers started getting wickets and halted the pacer production and batsmen forgot to play long innings and better their skills . They all said pakistan needs batting friendly wickets so that fast bowlers learn to bowl in tough conditions , spinners learn to get wickets and batsmen hone their skills playing long innings
    Definitely no issues with that and it is a good thing for sure but it seems like pitches are like 80-85/20-15% in favour of batsmen whereas I think it should be closer to be 60-65% in favour of batsmen where batsmen who apply themselves properly can get 100s instead of easily blasting away 100's we're seeing right now. No need for land mine type pitches either where teams are being bowled out for less than 100 but a good proper contest is needed favouring batsmen a bit but not too much.

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    Southern Punjab press for victory against Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

    ATF Southern Punjab were eyeing their first victory in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy after they forced Khyber Pakhtunkhwa to follow-on during the third day’s play at the Iqbal Stadium in Faisalabad on Friday.

    Replying to Southern Punjab’s 453 all out and resuming the day at 207 for seven, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa were bowled out for 297 in 88.3 overs with Nabi Gul returning undefeated on 148 (18x4, 3x6, 255b) after starting at 108.

    The remaining three Khyber Pakhtunkhwa wickets were shared between Zia-ul-Haq and Mohammad Ilyas, who finished with three for 77 and two for 54, respectively with Ali Usman ending up as the pick of bowlers with five for 88.

    Forced to follow-on after trailing by 156 runs, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa ended the day at 115 for three with Nabi Gul already back in the hut. However, Sahibzada Farhan was at the crease at 65 after he scored 59 in the first innings.

    With Sahibzada was Adil Amin on 35 as the two batters have put up 97 runs for the unfinished fourth wicket after Khyber Pakhtunkhwa had slipped to 18 for three.

    At the Gaddafi Stadium, Abid Ali struck his 23rd first-class century as Discover Pakistan Central Punjab’s match against Balochistan headed for a draw.

    Abid resumed the day at 12 not out in Central Punjab’s 37 for one and was still at the crease on 139 not out with his side reaching 281 for two in reply for Balochistan’s 472 for eight declared. Abid Ali has faced 243 balls and struck 17 fours and six.

    Together with Azhar Ali (73, 177b, 7x4), Abid Ali added 169 runs for the second wicket, while his unbroken third wicket partnership with Mohammad Saad (45 not out, 6x4, 73b) has already produced 83 runs as their side are still 191 runs behind Balochistan.

    At Multan Cricket Stadium, GFS Sindh had reached 403 for seven against Northern’s 374. Saad Khan, who started the day at 88 in his side’s 133 for three, was out after scoring 123 from 192 balls with 13 fours.

    Saad put on 59 runs for the fourth wicket with Asad Shafiq (82, 12x4, 124b), who added 102 runs for the sixth wicket with Mohammad Suleman (67, 8x4, 166b). Suleman was involved in another 102-run seventh wicket stand with Mohammad Hasan, who was still at the crease on a well-played 95-ball 73 with 10 fours.

    For Northern, Test spinner Nauman Ali took three for 121, while Aamir Jamal picked up two for 55.

    Scores in brief (day 3 of 4, round 3):

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    Northern 374, 108 overs (Mohammad Huraira 112, Aamir Jamal 55, Rohail Nazir 54, Nauman Ali 51, Faizan Riaz 46; Mir Hamza 4-65, Tabish Khan 2-82, Mohammad Asghar 2-85, Sohail Khan 2-90)

    GFS Sindh 403-7, 124 overs (Saad Khan 123, Asad Shafiq 82, Mohammad Hasan 73 not out, Mohammad Suleman 67, Khurram Manzoor 40; Nauman Ali 3-121, Aamir Jamal 2-55)

    At Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore

    Balochistan 472-8d, 131.5 overs (Abdul Wahid Bangalzai 203 not out, Jalat Khan 91, Imam-ul-Haq 72, Bismillah Khan 48, Haris Sohail 29; Ahmed Bashir 2-50, Zafar Gohar 2-92, Bilal Asif 2-117)

    Discover Pakistan Central Punjab 281-2, 86 overs (Abid Ali 139 not out, Azhar Ali 73, Mohammad Saad 45 not out)

    At Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad

    ATF Southern Punjab 453 all out, 94.5 overs (Muhammad Imran 179, Azam Khan 103, Hassan Khan 54, Tayyab Tahir 52; Niaz Khan 3-62, Sameen Gul 3-82, Sajid Khan 3-120)

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 297 all out, 88.3 overs (Nabi Gul 148 not out, Sahibzada Farhan 59, Niaz Khan 41, Sajid Khan 20; Ali Usman 5-88, Zia Ul Haq 3-77, Mohammad Ilyas 2-54) and 115-3, 43 overs (Sahibzada Farhan 65 not out, Adil Amin 35 not out; Mohammad Ilyas 2-25)

    Via : https://www.pcb.com.pk/news-detail/s...khtunkhwa.html

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    Lahore, 6 November 2021: Sahibzada Farhan stroked a match-saving career-best 163 for Khyber Pakhtunkhwa who held ATF Southern Punjab to a draw in a third round Quaid-e-Azam Trophy action at the Iqbal Stadium in Faisalabad.

    Farhan had started at 65 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s 115 for three, who required another 41 runs to make Southern Punjab bat again. While Khyber Pakhtunkhwa ended their second innings at 342 after being forced to follow on, Farhan ensured his side was out of troubled water when he slapped 21 fours and two sixes in a 437 minutes of batting during which he faced 322 balls.

    Other notable contributions in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s match-saving effort came from Adil Amin (52), Niaz Khan (35) and Khalid Usman (31) as Southern Punjab’s Ali Usman followed up his five for 88 with five for 102 for match figures of 68-18-190-10.

    While this was Farhan’s second century in 33rd match, it was Ali Usman’s maiden 10-fer in 11 appearances.

    When the match ended, Southern Punjab, set an improbable 187 runs victory target in less than a session, were 42 for no wicket.

    A career-best 203 by Mohammad Saad was the highlight of final day’s play in the match between Balochistan and Discover Pakistan Central Punjab, which ended in a high-scoring draw at the Gaddafi Stadium.

    Central Punjab’s Saad batted for 407 minutes and struck 20 fours and three sixes to take his side to 604 for four when the match ended. Saad had started the day at 45 in his side’s 281 for two after Balochistan had declared their first innings at 472 for eight.

    Abid Ali, who began the day at 139 not out, was dismissed after scoring 164 (20x4, 1x6, 276b), while Junaid Ali was the other notable scorer with 84 not out (9x4, 2x6, 103b). Together with Saad, Junaid added 180 runs for the unfinished fifth wicket partnership.

    For Balochistan, Najeebullah Achakzai took two wickets for 93 runs.

    GFS Sindh had to settle with first innings lead points after their match against Northern ended in a tame draw at the Multan Cricket Stadium. Resuming their innings at 403 for seven in reply to Northern’s 374, Sindh were bowled out for 489. When match ended Northern were 158 for one.

    The feature of Saturday’s play was seventh career century by Sindh’s Mohammad Hasan. No.8 batter Hasan resumed this morning at 73 and was the last man out after scoring 125 – an innings that came after 227 minutes of batting during which he received 172 deliveries off which 14 were converted into fours.

    For Northern, Test spinner Nauman Ali added two more scalps to finish with figures of 38-7-151-5, the 21st time he had taken a five-fer in his 87-match career.

    Scores in brief (day 4 of 4, round 3):

    At Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad (match drawn)

    ATF Southern Punjab 453 all out, 94.5 overs (Muhammad Imran 179, Azam Khan 103, Hassan Khan 54, Tayyab Tahir 52; Niaz Khan 3-62, Sameen Gul 3-82, Sajid Khan 3-120) and 42-0, 4 overs (Zia Ul Haq 23 not out, Hassan Khan 19 not out)

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 297 all out, 88.3 overs (Nabi Gul 148 not out, Sahibzada Farhan 59, Niaz Khan 41, Sajid Khan 20; Ali Usman 5-88, Zia Ul Haq 3-77, Mohammad Ilyas 2-54) and 342 all out, 113.3 overs (Sahibzada Farhan 163, Adil Amin 52, Niaz Khan 35, Khalid Usman 31; Ali Usman 5-102, Mohammad Ilyas 2-66)

    At Multan Cricket Stadium (match drawn)

    Northern 374 all out, 108 overs (Mohammad Huraira 112, Aamir Jamal 55, Rohail Nazir 54, Nauman Ali 51, Faizan Riaz 46; Mir Hamza 4-65, Tabish Khan 2-82, Mohammad Asghar 2-85, Sohail Khan 2-90) and 158-1, 48 overs (Nasir Nawaz 80 not out, Umair Amin 52 not out, Mohammad Huraira 24)

    GFS Sindh 489 all out, 148.3 overs (Mohammad Hasan 125, Saad Khan 123, Asad Shafiq 82, Mohammad Suleman 67, Khurram Manzoor 40, Sohail Khan 30; Nauman Ali 5-141, Aamir Jamal 2-68)

    At Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore (match drawn)

    Balochistan 472-8d, 131.5 overs (Abdul Wahid Bangalzai 203 not out, Jalat Khan 91, Imam-ul-Haq 72, Bismillah Khan 48, Haris Sohail 29; Ahmed Bashir 2-50, Zafar Gohar 2-92, Bilal Asif 2-117)

    Discover Pakistan Central Punjab 604-4, 161.4 overs (Mohammad Saad 203 not out, Abid Ali 164, Junaid Ali 84 not out, Azhar Ali 73, Saad Naseem 36, Ahmed Shehzad 21; Najeebullah Achakzai 2-93)



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    Gaddafi Stadium is so pathetic

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