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    Inaugural CA Divisional Senior Tournament (4 August to 21 August)

    Lahore, 3 August 2022: The PCB will host its maiden Cricket Associations Divisional Senior Tournament (three-day event) from 4 August to 21 August in all six Cricket Associations. A total of 24 teams will feature in the tournament where around 480 players will get an opportunity to showcase their talent and impress the selectors for the forthcoming domestic season.

    These 480 players have been selected after impressing in the recently concluded City Cricket Association Tournament 2022-23 that was played from 19 June to 21 July in the jurisdictions of six Cricket Associations. Around 1,860 players from 93 teams had featured in the CCA tournament.

    The CA Divisional Tournament was recently introduced at the pathways level, 24 sides comprising of 480 under-19 players featured in the CA Divisional U19 tournament at six Cricket Associations from 10 to 17 June. The players were selected through their performance in the 93-team CCA U19 Tournament which was held from 21 May to 4 June.

    The PCB will continue to cover the tournament digitally and live scores will be available here.

    Squads

    Balochistan CA

    Loralai/Zohb Division Abid Ali Mengal, Aqib Junaid, Ehsanullah, Fahad Hussain, Latifullah, Mohammad Deen, Najeeb Ullah, Najeebullah Achakzai, Nazar Hussain, Qutub Ud Din, Rizwan Ahmed, Salim Mal, Shoaib Ahmed, Zainullah and Zubair Khan

    Reserve players - Abdul Rasheed, Adil Pathan, Fareed Baqi, Muhammad Irfan and Zahoor Ahmad

    Makran/Kalat Division - Abdul Hanan, Abu Huraira, Aftab Ahmed, Asad Ullah, Bilal Ahmed, Dawood Khan, Gohar Faiz, Hazrat Wali, Kamran Khan, Mashooq Ali, Muhammad Ghous, Obaid Khan Jnr, Sami Ullah, Shahzad and Syed Ahmed Shah

    Reserve players - Anis Ur Rehman, Hidayat Ullah, Masroor Khan, Munir Ahmed and Waheed Ur Rehman

    Naseerabad/Sibi Division Abdul Nasir, Aurangzeb, Diljan Irshad, Faheem Younis, Israr Ahmed, Jamal Ud Din, Kabir Raj, Kaleem Ullah, Mohammad Idrees, Muhammad Javed, Muhammad Shahzad Khan, Najeeb Ullah, Nasir Khan, Taimur Ali and Ubaidullah

    Reserve players - Aqib Majeed, Abdul Arshad Ali, Basit Hussain, Imran and Saeed Ahmed

    Quetta/Rakhshan Division Abdullah, Abid Ali, Azizullah, Bakhtiar Shah, Baz Muhammad, Faheem Rasheed, Hidayatullah, M. Ibrahim Snr, Mudasir, Muhammad Asghar, Muhammad Junaid, Sanaullah, Sanaullah, Syed Zainullah and Zia Rehman

    Reserve players - Mirwais Tareen Khan, Muhammad Imran, Rameez Raja, Rashid Ahmed and Riaz Ahmed

    Central Punjab CA

    Faisalabad Division - Ali Manzoor, Ali Raza, Ameer Hamza, Asad Ali Jr, Daniyal Rana, Hamza Nazar, Irfan Jnr, M Kashif, M Naveed, M Saleem, M Umair Riaz, M Zahid, Mudassar Riaz, Rana Nasrullah and Tahir Baig

    Reserves - Asad Ullah, M Ahmad, Saad Ali Refai, Tahir Nadeem and Zohaib Amanat

    Lahore Division - Abdul Ghaffar, Anas Mahmood, Asad Ullah, Asfand Mehran, Fahad Munir, Fahad Usman, Gohar Hafeez Butt, Haseeb Ur Rehman, Junaid Ali, M Afzal, M Waleed, Malik Aftab Azwar, Muhammad Irfan, Nisar Ahmed and Rameez Jr

    Reserves - Kamil Ali, M Shahid Khan, M. Zahid Khan, Mudassar Hussnain Shah and Saad Waseem

    Sargodha Division - Ali Shafuque, Arslan Arshad Bajwa, Atiq Ur Rehman, Awais Ali, Hamza Akbar, Hunain Shah, Karamat Ali, M Ahsan, M Waqas, Mohsin Riaz, Muhamad Waheed, Sadaqat Ali, Shahrukh Ali, Shoaib Akhtar and Waseem Akram

    Reserves - Adnan Rasool, Babar Ali, M Kamran, Rehman Aslam and Zain Bin Farooq

    Sialkot-Gujranwala Division - Ali Zubair Bhatti, Asad Raza, Fahad Jamil, Haider Ali, Hassan Mahmood, Hirad Parveez, M Faizan, M Usama, Nabeel Gulzar, Saif Badar, Saqib Javed, Sohaib Ullah, Tabrayaz Butt, Yawar Bashir and Zaid Alam

    Reserves - Abdul Rehman, Rana Shahzaib, Shahid Ali, Shahzaib Bhatti and Wajahat Ali

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa CA

    Peshawar/Kohat Division Abuzar Tariq, Arif Shah, Mohammad Tahir, Mohammad Amir Khan, Mohammad Aqib, Mohammad Bilal, Mohammad Hamza, Mohammad Ibrahim, Mohammad Irfan, Mehmood Anwar, Saqib Jameel, Sardar Ali, Shahzaib, Yasir Khan and Zubair Khan

    Reserve players - Abrar Ahmed, Mohammad Kashif, Mohammad Sadiq, Mohsin Rasheed and Salman Khan Jr

    Malakand Division Ahmed Khan, Akmal Khan, Anees Azam, Farhan Khan, Imranullah, Khalilullah Khan, Mohammad Imran, Mohammad Usman, Mohammad Waseem Khan, Mashal Khan, Muhammad Ashraf, Musadiq Ahmed, Najeebullah, Sajjad Ali and Usman Tariq

    Reserve players - Aftab Alam, Azam Khan, Muhammad Ibrahim, Syed Sanan and Wasif Nawaz

    Hazara/Mardan Division Aitizaz Habib, Arsalan Sajjad, Fazal-ur-Rehman, Gohar Ali, Haroon Wahid, Ihsanullah, Mohammad Touqeer Munir, Maaz Khan, Maaz Sadaqat, Mohsin Khan, Niaz Khan, Shahab, Shahid Aziz, Ubaidullah and Zeeshan Khan

    Reserve players - Abdul Rauf, Abdullah Zareen, Haider Ali, Mohammad Umer Barki and Saif-ur-Rehman

    D.I Khan/Bannu Division Adil Naz, Amir Azmat, Arshadullah, Hidayatullah, Imran Wazeer, Junaid Afridi, Khayam Khan, Mohammad Nisar Afridi, Mohammad Saad, Malik Shahbaz, Salman Khan, Sarmad Khatak, Sher Badshah, Sirajuddin and Sohail Akhtar

    Reserve players - Inamullah Afridi, Mohammad Naeem, Mohammad Umar, Mohammad Waqas and Muawiya Bin Asad

    Northern CA

    AJK Division - Aqib Liaqat, Badar Uddin, Faizan Saleem, M Ismail Khan, M Naqash, M. Asjad, M. Haider, M. Nisar Malik, Mehtab Hussain, Raza Ul Mustafa, Sufyan Muqeem, Umer Waheed, Usama Fazal, Usman Maroof and Zeeshan Malik

    Reserves - Awais Akram, M. Idrees Ilyas, Mohsin Kamran, Shahbaz Tabraiz and Shujat Hussain

    Gilgit Division - Ayan Ahmad, Hamza Majeed, M. Ismael, Malik Aswad, Mehran Mamtaz, Muhammad Irfan, Muhammad Shoaib Khan, Munir Riaz, Raja Shehzad, Rohan Qadri, Sarmad Hameed, Shahab Rehman, Sheraz Khan, Tanveer Abbas and Umair Masood

    Reserves - Hamza Sajid, Shakeel Ahmed, Shan Khan, Talha Quraishi and Zeeshan Ahmed

    Islamabad Division - Abdul Rehman, Ali Hasnain Sabir, Atif Khan, Basit Ali, Farhan Shafiq, Hassan Nawaz, Kamran Riaz, Muhammad Arham, Naqash Basharat, Raja Farhan, Sabih Hasan, Sufyan Ikram, Syed Aqib Shah, Taimur Khan and Tayyab Abbas

    Reserves - Ahsan Siddique, Haseeb Imran, Mohammad Hammad, Mohammad Hassan Ali and Naveed Malik

    Rawalpindi Division - Adil Khan, Azhar Mehmood, Daniyal A. Ditta, Hamza Arshad, Hasan Raza, Hussain, Inzamam Ul Haq, Jahandad Khan, Jamal Anwar, M. Aamir, M. Faisal, Rehman Khan, Shoaib Amir, Suleman Asif and Umer Hameed

    Reserves - Abdul Shakoor, Ajab Khan, Nouman Akhtar, Rehan Arif and Saqlain Gillani

    Sindh CA

    Karachi Division - Abdulrehman, Amir Ali Taheem, Ashique Ali, Fahdis Bukhari, Ghulam Mudasir, Hassan Mohsin, Majid Asghar, Mubashir Nawaz, Muhammad Afzal, Muhammad Ali Khan, Muhammad Saddam, Muhammad Suleman, Shezar Muhammad, Ubais Ullah Khan and Zohaib Abid Khan

    Reserves - Ali Haider, Akbar Babar, Gul Badin, Hamesh Kumar and Waleed Ahmed

    Shaheed Benazirabad-Mirpurkhas Division - Abdul Majeed, Arif Yaqoob, Asif Ali, Asif Mehmood, Bilal Irshad, Daniyal Hussian Rajput, Faizan Khan, Ghazi Ghori, Haris Khan, Imtiaz Laghari, Jahnzaib Sultan, Kashif Ali, Muhammad Asad, Muhammad Asad Malik and Zulfiqar Ali

    Reserves - Abdul Rehman, Amir Brohi, Mohammad Sikandar, Raheem Ullah Nizamani and Sabit Ali

    Sukkur-Larkana Division - Ali Asghar, Ali Umer, Aliyan Mehmood, Kashif Iqbal, Khuziaima Bin Tanveer, Malhar Rasool, Muhammad Shahid Mirani, Mustafa Nasir, Rameez Aziz, Saif Ullah Bangash, Sajid Ali, Shezar Hasan Khan, Syed Amin Uddin, Syed Waleed Azim and Talha Ehsan

    Reserves - Ammar Iqbal, Faraz Aziz, Haris, Jahangir and Touqeer Malik

    Hyderabad Division - Abrar Hussain, Adeel Meo, Akbar Khan, Asim Ali, Ghulam Raza Maher, Jawad Ali, Kamran Ali, Khawaja Muhammad Nafay, Mushtaque Ahmed Kalhoro, Raza Ul Hassan, Rizwan Mehmood, Salman Khan, Syed Haider Abbas, Tariq Khan and Zeeshan Gul

    Reserves - Azad Khan, Hassan Khalid, Mohsin Raza, Syed Hamza Sajjad and Umar Khalid

    Southern Punjab CA

    Bahawalpur Division - Abdul Rehman, Abdul Rehman Muzammil, Aftab Ahmad Khan, Ahsan Baig, Ali Imran, Ameer Moavia, Anjum Naveed, Ghulfam Aziz, Muhammad Basit, Muhammad Faiz Ul Rehman, Muhammad Imran, Najam Abbas, Tahir Hussain, Usman Liaqat and Waqar Hussain

    Reserve players - Ahmer Ashfaq, Ammar Ali, Muhammad Younus, Noman Ahmad and Sageer Hassan

    DG Khan Division - Ali Hasnain, Aun Shehzad, Faizan Zaffar, Faraz Khan, Humayun Altaf, Jallat Khan, Kaleem Ullah, Mudasir Gillani, Muhammad Mansoor, Muhammad Rameez, Muhammad Sudais, Muhammad Umair Khan, Naveed Yaseen, Sajid Iqbal and Waseem Rasool

    Reserve players - Afraseem Hussain, Ibrar Amin, Muhammad Umair, Sami Ullah Khan and Shayan Khalil

    Multan Division - Abdul Wahab, Adeel Ul Rehman, Burhan Basharat, Faisal Mehmood, Hafiz Muhammad Ilyas Ali, Muhammad Asif Fawad, Muhammad Asif Senior, Muhammad Faisal, Muhammad Junaid Awan, Muhammad Khaqan Bashir, Muhammad Shahzad, Muhammad Shehryar , Saif Ul Rahman , Saim Ayaz and Shahbaz Khan

    Reserve players - Majid Ali, Muhammad Haseeb Jameel, Muhammad Yousaf, Umair Mumtaz and Zahid Ul Hassan

    Sahiwal Division - Ahmad Hassan, Arslan Haider, Farhan Sarfaraz, Gulraiz Sadaf, Muhammad Alamgir, Muhammad Arslan Zia, Muhammad Asif Ali, Muhammad Faraz, Muhammad Jahangir, Muhammad Sadaqat, Ramiz Alam, Safi Ul Rehman, Salahuddin, Usama Aslam and Waseem Akram

    Reserve players - Mehran Sanwal, Muhammad Ali Zain, Muhammad Imran Ali, Muhammad Irfan and Syed Khuram Ali Shah


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    The inaugural Cricket Associations Divisional Senior Tournament 2022-23 in all six Cricket Associations concluded on Sunday. Sargodha Division, Hazara-Mardan Division, Gilgit Baltistan Division and Sahiwal Division were crowned champions in Central Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Northern and Southern Punjab jurisdictions respectively.

    In the Balochistan-leg, Quetta-Rakhshan and Sibi-Naseerabad, while in Sindh jurisdiction, Karachi and Sukkur-Larkana Division were declared joint winners after the two finals were abandoned due to rain.

    Balochistan Cricket Association

    Quetta-Rakhshan and Sibi-Naseerabad were declared joint winners of the Balochistan-leg. Nasir Khan representing Sibi-Naseerbad Division scored 362 runs from four matches at 90.50. Nasir’s teammate Taimur Ali scored 222 runs from four outings in the tournament. Mohammad Junaid from Quetta-Rakshan scored 160 runs from four matches at 32.

    Zainullah Snr representing Quetta-Rakshan Division took 22 wickets from four matches with three five-fers. Zainullah’s teammate and left-armer Mohammad Junaid took 19 scalps from four outings in the tournament. Sibi-Naseerabad Division’s Mohammad Javed bagged 17 wickets from four matches.

    Central Punjab Cricket Association

    In the Central Punjab jurisdiction, Sargodha Division won the leg due to their first innings lead over Lahore Division in the final staged at the LCCA Ground from 19-21 August. Amongst the batters, Sargodha Division’s Hamza Akbar topped the table with 274 runs from four matches at 91.33. Ameer Hamza representing Faisalabad Division scored 269 runs from three outings in the tournament at 89.67. Sargodha Division’s Mohammad Abubakar scored 257 from three matches at 42.83.

    In the bowling charts, Lahore Division’s Haseeb-ur-Rehman and Mohammad Rameez Jnr bagged 16 and 15 wickets, respectively from four matches. Gujranwala-Sialkot Division’s Asad Raza grabbed 14 wickets from three matches.

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Cricket Association

    Hazara-Mardan Division were declared champions of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Divisional leg after taking a first-innings lead over D.I.Khan-Bannu Division in the final held at the Abbottabad Cricket Stadium from 18 to 20 August.

    Left-handed batter Maaz Ahmed Sadaqat representing Hazara-Mardan Division topped the batting list with 395 runs from three outings in the tournament. Second on the list was Mohammad Usman representing Malakand Division who scored 355 runs from three matches at 71. Mohammad Nisar Afridi featuring for D.I.Khan-Bannu Division scored 291 runs from four matches at 58.20.

    Maaz Khan from Hazara-Mardan Division leads the bowling charts with 18 wickets from three matches. Sher Badshah and Adil Naz representing D.I.Khan-Bannu Division bagged 16 and 15 wickets, respectively.

    Northern Cricket Association

    Gilgit Baltistan Division were crowned champions of the Northern-leg on the basis of first-innings lead in the final against Rawalpindi Division staged at the House of Northern from 18 to 20 August. Sardar Hassan Raza representing Rawalpindi Division was the leading run-getter with 346 runs from two outings in the tournament at 115.33. Right-handed batters Taimur Khan and Umair Masood finished the tournament with 218 runs each from four matches each.

    Shoaib Amir and Saqlain Gillani representing Rawalpindi Division bagged 15 and nine wickets, respectively. Left-arm bowler Mohammad Ismail from Gilgit Baltistan grabbed eight scalps from four games.

    Sindh Cricket Association

    Karachi Division and Sukkur-Larkana Division were declared the joint winners of the Sindh Cricket Association Division tournament after the final between the two teams was abandoned due to rain. Karachi Division’s Shehzar Mohammad topped the batting charts with 213 runs from two outings in the tournament at 106.50. Hyderabad Division’s Rizwan Mehmood scored 145 runs in two innings at 36.25.

    Karachi Division’s Majid Asghar was the most prolific bowler with 14 wickets from two matches. Mohammad Asad and Mohammad Asad Malik representing Shaheed Benazirabad-Mirpur Khas Division bagged nine and six wickets, respectively.

    Southern Punjab Cricket Association

    Sahiwal Division clinched the title of the Southern Punjab Cricket Association-leg on first innings lead against Multan in the final staged at the District Sports Ground, Multan from 18 to 20 August. Bahawalpur Division’s Ali Imran occupied the top spot with 411 runs from three matches at a staggering average of 102.75. Sahiwal Division’s Mohammad Arsalan Zia scored 408 runs from four matches at 136. Mohammad Sudais representing D.G Khan Division scored 308 runs from three matches at 61.60.

    Amongst bowlers, Sahiwal Division’s Mohammad Jahangir bagged 22 wickets from four matches. Left-arm bowler Mohammad Rameez from D.G.Khan Division grabbed 20 wickets from three matches. Another left-arm bowler Mohammad Junaid associated with Multan Division took 15 wickets from three outings in the tournament.


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