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    Shan now out for 73 off just 32 balls, will have wanted a hundred but may have already done the required damage. Good knock

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    Quote Originally Posted by James View Post
    Shan now out for 73 off just 32 balls, will have wanted a hundred but may have already done the required damage. Good knock
    Only a matter of time before the Pak selectors have to sit up and take notice, regardless of his reputation or playing style, numbers dont lie

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    Shan Masood delivered a master-class in elegant timing to set up Derbyshire Falcons for a six-wicket victory over Leicestershire Foxes at Derby.

    The Falcons skipper scored 73 from 32 balls as they chased down the Foxes 181 for 6 down with eight balls to spare.

    Aaron Lilley’s 67 from 41 balls had put the Foxes in a decent position but Masood’s brilliance led the way and despite a late wobble Brooke Guest with an unbeaten 29 from 19 balls took the Falcons to a third North Group victory.

    The Foxes had given themselves a solid platform by batting selectively to score 53 in the powerplay for the loss of Scott Steel who cut George Scrimshaw over backward point for six before skying Hayden Kerr to mid on.

    Aaron Lilley picked up the pace by driving Matt McKiernan for six and cutting the leg-spinner for four before carving Scrimshaw for another six in the eighth over.

    With Rutherford working the ball into gaps on both sides of the wicket, the Foxes were 91 for 1 at the halfway point of their innings and Lilley reached an excellent 50 from 29 balls when he late cut Alex Hughes for his sixth four.

    Rutherford moved to 35 from 28 balls, his highest score for the Foxes, before driving Mark Watt to Shan Masood at cover but Lilley maintained momentum by twice carving Scrimshaw for four in the 14th over.

    McKiernan responded by conceding only four from the next and Scrimshaw struck twice in the 17th by using the short ball well to get rid of Lilley and Ben Mike off consecutive deliveries.

    Alex Hughes kept up the pressure by trapping Rishi Patel lbw to become Derbyshire’s leading wicket taker in T20, restricting the Foxes to five from the 18th, and Colin Ackermann’s attempt at a big finish ended in the hands of cover.

    But Lewis Hill drove and cut Hughes for four as the Foxes took 15 from the last over to post a competitive total.

    Masood marked his 100th career T20 appearance by driving Steel over long on for six and pulling Naveen-ul-Haq for four before Luis Reece whipped Will Davis over the backward square leg boundary.

    Masood’s timing and placement brought him consecutive fours off Naveen and he moved to an effortless 50 from 21 balls to leave the Falcons well placed on 76 without loss at the end of the powerplay.

    The Foxes had to remove him to have a chance and after dispatching Callum Parkinson for two more fours, he miscued a pull off Ben Mike to deep midwicket.

    The Falcons went into the last 10 overs needing only 75 but they lost Wayne Madsen when he failed to beat Mike’s throw from midwicket.

    Leus du Plooy was bowled sweeping Callum Parkinson and the Foxes sensed an opening when Reece holed out to Rehan Ahmed in the 15th over.

    But Guest and Hughes ran well between the wicket and after Hughes reverse swept Parkinson for six, Guest thumped Naveen for two fours to seal victory.




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    And another 50* for Shan - this time against Worcs.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MenInG View Post
    And another 50* for Shan - this time against Worcs.



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    Shan out for 65 (47)


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    Quote Originally Posted by MenInG View Post

    Derbyshire defeat Worcs by 39 runs


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    One of the finest stints for an overseas player in English domestic cricket for a very long time.

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    Guy has been performing like crazy for quite a while now. Psl, qea, county, blast you name it.

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    Shan batting soon after Middlesex bowled out for 251 in the County Championship game


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    Quote Originally Posted by MenInG View Post
    Shan batting soon after Middlesex bowled out for 251 in the County Championship game
    Ends the day on 27*


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    Since the retirement of Hafeez and the non-selection of Malik, we are missing a reliable batsman in the middle order. I trust Mohammed Rizwan to come good as he’s a brilliant cricketer. However even then, we need an extra batter. Mohammed Harris is not, I believe, the answer. The options are Shan Masood or Abdullah Shafiq. Given the former’s form this season, his selection is justified.

    I don’t care if he’s an opener. Good players are good anywhere. Just because Babar and Rizwan bat in the middle order in ODIs and Test Cricket doesn’t stop them opening in t20s, does it?

    I also don’t buy the excuse that Shan’s never batted in the middle before. Barbar and Rizwan had no long term opening experience before they started to open in T20s. Ollie Pope never batted at 3 in his First Class career and yet has just got a century in that position today.

    Get Shan into this team and strengthen that middle order.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MenInG View Post
    Ends the day on 27*
    out for 49, misses out on another 50

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    23* for Shan so far in the 2nd innings vs Middlesex


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    Out on 98. Just misses out on a hundred.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_KING View Post
    Out on 98. Just misses out on a hundred.
    Amazing season!



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    Another majestic innings from Shan Masood took Derbyshire to an impressive six wicket win over Middlesex on day three of the LV=Insurance County Championship match at Chesterfield.

    The Pakistan left-hander scored 98 from 113 balls as Derbyshire chased down 219 to inflict a first defeat of the season on the Division Two leaders.

    Middlesex lost their last seven wickets for 101 runs to slip to 196 all out with Luis Reece taking 3 for 26 and Anuj Dal 3 for 50 including Mark Stoneman who top scored with 67.

    Masood was dropped twice before he fell nine short of 1,000 first-class runs for the season but an unbeaten 49 from Wayne Madsen steered Derbyshire to 222 for 4 and a 20 point win.

    Middlesex’s hopes of setting a tougher target was squandered before lunch by poor shot selection and a needless run out.

    Only Stoneman was the victim of a good delivery from Dal which lifted to take the opener’s outside edge but there was little mitigation for what followed.

    Although nightwatchman Ethan Bamber and Max Holden both swept left arm spinner Mark Watt for six, both had gone by the interval.

    Bamber batted selectively until he chased a wide ball from Dal and was caught at point and Middlesex suffered a self-inflicted blow six overs later.

    John Simpson was left stranded after Holden clipped to midwicket and set off for a run with both batters at the same end when Masood’s throw arrived in Brook Guest’s gloves.

    Holden was probably keen to avoid returning to the pavilion for a while but after driving Alex Thomson over long on to take the lead past 200, he tried to repeat the shot in the penultimate over before lunch and Billy Godleman held a swirling catch at cover.

    Middlesex failed to stick or twist after lunch, losing their last three wickets for seven runs in six overs to disciplined bowling.

    Luke Hollman chipped Reece to midwicket and after Thilan Walwallawita missed a pull at Watt, Tim Murtagh was caught behind to leave Derbyshire with the best part of five sessions to get the runs.

    It was not a straight-forward chase on a pitch offering variable bounce and it did not begin well with Godleman run out in the fourth over by Holden’s throw from cover after Masood sent him back.

    But Masood was always going to be the key so when he was dropped on 18 low at first slip by Stephen Eskinazi off Toby Roland-Jones in the next over it felt like a pivotal moment.

    Middlesex must have sensed that when Masood effortlessly on drove Bamber for one of the eight fours that took him to yet another 50.

    Roland-Jones found some extra bounce to have Guest caught behind but crucially Masood was on 55 at tea with Derbyshire needing another 130 to win.

    Middlesex had to strike early to have a chance but they dropped Masood again when Sam Robson failed to cling on to a fierce cut at gully of Roland-Jones with the opener on 76.

    Two more imperious boundaries took him into the nineties and a drive down the ground to the brink of a century before he cut Bamber low to gully where Robson this time made no mistake.

    Derbyshire had lost their last seven wickets for 21 on the second day but Madsen and a late flourish from Reece made sure there was no way back for Middlesex whose own second innings collapse proved costly

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    Shan Masood reflects on Derbyshire’s LV= County Championship win over Middlesex at Queen’s Park, Chesterfield.

    Masood, who scored 49 and 98 in the match, spoke about his first visit to Queen’s Park, the excellent team performance and looked ahead to Saturday’s Vitality Blast fixture against Yorkshire Vikings.


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    CC top scorer!

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    Mickey Arthur's mid-season review:

    On Shan Masood and the batting unit

    With Pakistan international, Shan Masood, becoming one of the leading run-scorers in the country, it’s easy to see why he has stolen many of the headlines this season.

    Arthur has heaped praise on his overseas star, but is keen to highlight the outstanding performances from the batting unit as a whole this season.

    “Shan’s led our batting unit, but on the back of that, you get so many good performances from different players because they’re playing with less pressure.

    “Shan has the ability to put the pressure back on the opposition bowlers, which makes it a lot better for our other batters. They still have to come in and get themselves in, though.

    “We’ve been ruthless on the first 20 balls, batting is about your defensive game and I think that if your defensive game is in order, you attacking game generally is too.

    “I’m very comfortable with what we’ve done so far, and some of that he been on the back of some very good innings from Shan Masood, but that in no way takes anything away from our other batters.

    “We’ve had virtually every batter, other than Billy, Luis and Leus, get centuries in the County Championship, and Billy, Luis got hundreds at Oxford and Leus is averaging around 50, so as a unit we’ve been very solid, which allows you to put pressure on the opposition.”

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    Selected today in the Vitality Blast game vs Yorkshire.

    He's 7th highest scorer in the competition so far (Avg 41, SR 150), will be hoping to advance up that chart today.


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    Will have a job to do in this run chase, Yorkshire could make close to 200 again.

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    Shan out for 34 off 24 - Not sure if Derby can win this now (target of 176) vs Yorks




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    Good win for Shan's side



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    Shan batting at 12* As his side chases 160 to win vs Warwickshire


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    The Falcons require 41 from 42 deliveries to win.

    Madsen (36*) and Masood (35*) in.


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    And Shan with 45*(45) leads his side to another win - this one by 7 wicket vs Birmingham Bears


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    Another 50 and is managing the chase well once again. Heís doing a great job.

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    Shan out for 57!

    Job mostly done.

    His team should win this now.

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    Shan Masood's excellent season in County cricket continues with 57 runs today against Northamptonshire. In the T20 Blast he has scored 423 runs (2nd highest) at an average of 47.00 and a strike-rate of 139.60 with 4 fifties.
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    Are we seeing Mushtaq Ahmed levels of overseas stints here?

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    Derbyshire opener, Shan Masood, has been called-up to the Pakistan squad for their upcoming Test series against Sri Lanka.

    Masood, who has scored 991 first-class runs for Derbyshire already this season, is expected to remain with the Club for the Vitality Blast group stages and join up with the Pakistan squad ahead of the series, which begins on Saturday 16 July at Galle.

    The left-handed batter has four Test centuries to his name and will be aiming to force his way back into the international starting XI after his hugely impressive spell with the Club.

    Masood will return to Derbyshire upon the conclusion of the series, ahead of the Royal London Cup and final three LV= County Championship fixtures.

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    A thoroughly well deserved call up.

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    Masood our for a modest 18 tonight.

    Chasing a huge score to be fair.

    Canít do it every time.

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    Shan Masood with 75 off 50 balls today in the T20 Blast:

    516 runs (2nd highest)
    Average of 46.90
    Strike-rate of 142.14
    5 fifties



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    Out for 46 off 51 balls today in the County Championship.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Saj View Post
    Out for 46 off 51 balls today in the County Championship.
    From Derbyshire report:

    At the other end, Shan Masood became the first player to lodge 1,000 first-class runs this season when he reached nine and the prolific Pakistan batsman looked in the mood to make another big contribution, especially when he was badly dropped by wicketkeeper Oli Carter on 43 in Tom Haines’ first over.

    Fortunately for Sussex it did not prove an expensive miss. Masood had added three more runs when he was pinned on his crease during an excellent spell down the slope by Steve Finn, who was making his first Championship appearance since the meeting at Derby in April. In his 12th innings Masood did become the quickest Derbyshire batsman to reach 1,000, beating the previous record by Peter Kirsten of 16 in 1980.

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    37 for Shan today vs Sussex



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    Shan Masood is due to lead Derbyshire in tour game vs India:

    "India has an incredible team, and they are currently touring with seperate red-ball and white-ball teams, so they have a lot of talent and many world-class players"

    "As a cricketer, I look at this match as an opportunity because I will get to play against some top cricketers, which will help grow my cricket. I am just looking at this as a cricket match"

    In a response to a question about pressure, Shan stated that it is just another game of cricket and he will try his utmost best to pile on as many runs as he can.


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    Derbyshire pair Shan Masood and Wayne Madsen have been nominated for the PCA Player of the Month award for June.

    Masood, who picked up the award for April, enjoyed a stellar June in the Vitality Blast, scoring four half-centuries, while he also made a match-winning 98 in the LV= County Championship against Middlesex at Queen’s Park, Chesterfield. The Pakistan batter is the second-highest run-scorer in the Vitality Blast, with an average 46.90.

    Derbyshire’s all-time leading T20 run-scorer, Madsen has consistently shown his match-winning capabilities for Derbyshire throughout June. He and Masood put on partnerships of more than 80 three times in the Vitality Blast this month, while the 38-year-old also scored a stunning 176 against Sussex in the recent LV= County Championship fixture.

    Masood (1,074) and Madsen (856) are the two leading run-scorers in the LV= County Championship Division Two, and both will be vying to claim the PCA Player of the Month Award for June.

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