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Physical Disability T20 Cricket Championship: Round-II ends
Sports Bulletin Report ISLAMABAD: Peshawar PD defeated Lahore PD by a huge margin of 139 runs to qualify for final of the 8th National Physical Disability T20 Cricket Championship here at Bhutto cricket ground on Thursday. They won their all three Pool B matches. Now, Peshawar will face Multan in the final in Karachi. Osama, the left-arm spin bowler, was declared the man of the match by taking 6 wickets for only 12 runs while bowling brilliantly and destructively. The special guest, Regional Head Peshawar Sajid Khan, gave Osama a cash of 1000 rupees along with the trophy. Regional Head Lahore Javad Ashraf was also present on the occasion. Playing first, Peshawar scored 188 runs for all 10 in the allotted 20 overs. Rahmat scored 39 runs with the help of 4 fours and a six, Atif scored 34 runs with 6 fours, Babar added 27 runs. Shahid Vito took 3 wickets and Bilal took two wickets. In response, team Osama of Lahore's match-winning spell returned to the pavilion with only 49 runs for 6 wickets instead of 12 runs. And Mohammad Shahbaz could score 23 runs. Osama bowled 6 out of 12 runs while Atif got 3 wickets by giving only 4 runs. In the second match, Abbottabad PD defeated Islamabad PD by 93 runs. Abbottabad PD scored 173 runs for the loss of 8 in the allotted 20 overs. Opener Faisal Hayat played an aggressive innings of 83 off 53 balls with the help of 5 fours and 5 sixes while batting well. Aftab Hussain hit 2 fours and a six in 31 runs. Mohammad Naeem scored 39 runs and took three wickets. In reply, Islamabad PD was bowled out for just 80 runs in 16.3 overs, Farman Khan scored 36 off 16 balls with five sixes. Aftab Hussain took three wickets for 21 runs while Raj Wali and Mohammad Hussain got two wickets.
Physical Disability T20: Abbottabad and Peshawar post triumphs
Sports Bulletin Report ISLAMABAD: Abbottabad PD and Peshawar PD registered triumphs in the second phase of the ongoing 8th National Physical Disability T20 Cricket Championship after defeating Lahore PD by 68 runs and Islamabad PD by 7 wickets respectively at Bhutto cricket ground G-7 Markaz Islamabad on Tuesday. The championship is being played under the banner of Pakistan Physical Disability Cricket Association (PPDCA). In the first match, Abbottabad DD defeated Lahore PD by 68 runs. Playing first, Abbottabad PD scored 194 runs for four wickets in the allotted 20 overs. On his behalf, Humayun scored 73 runs off 43 balls with the help of 9 fours and three sixes, while Ol Khan scored 43 runs, 40 runs with the help of four fours and one six, Faisal Hayat added 28 runs. Abdullah Ejaz and Shahid Vito took two wickets. In reply, Lahore PD team was bundled out for 126 runs in 18.3 overs. Scored 65 runs from Aftab Hussain and Mohammad Hussain took three wickets for Abbottabad. Chief guest Regional Head Peshawar Sajid Khan gave Humayun a cash award of 1000 Rupees along with a trophy for Man of the Match. In the second match, Peshawar PD defeated Islamabad DD by 7 wickets. Islamabad was bowled out for 119 runs while playing first, Mohammad Haroon scored 36 runs and Mohammad Naeem scored 30 runs on its behalf. Momin took 3 wickets for 19 runs while Aatif dismissed two players by giving 13 runs. In response, Peshawar PD made the required score for the loss of three wickets in 16.3 overs, Wajid Alam scored 49 runs with the help of 36 balls, five fours and two sixes, Rahmat hit three fours and a six in 36 runs, captain Nihar Alam Three fours were scored in 29 runs. Mohammad Naeem took three wickets. PPDCA General Secretary and Tournament Director Ameeruddin Ansari gave Momin a trophy and a cash award of Rs 1000 as Man of the Match.
Islamabad, Abbottabad post triumphs Physical Disability T20 Cricket
Abdul Jabbar Faisal ISLAMABAD: Islamabad PD trounced Azad Jammu & Kashmir (AJK) PD by 8 wickets and Abbottabad PD outplayed Rawalpindi PD by 5 wickets in the 8th National Physical Disability T20 Cricket Championship 2023 at Bhutto cricket ground here on Monday. Also, the winners confirmed their berths in Round II. In the first game of the day, Islamabad PD easily ousted AJK PD by 8 wickets. AJK batted first and in 18.4 overs the entire team was bundled out for 90 runs. Ahmed Majeed was outstanding by scoring 26 runs. Sajjad Hussain, Sakhid Khan and Waqif Shah took two wickets each. Captain and wicket keeper Usman Paracha hunted 3 players behind the wickets. In response, Islamabad achieved the required target of 92 runs for 2 wickets in 12 overs. Captain Usman Paracha hit 4 fours and made 32 runs not out. Adil Abbasi scored 23 runs and Usman Ghani scored 21 runs. Usman Pracha was judged best player of the match on his sparking performance with the bat and that was key in his team’s victory. At the end of the match, chief guest, Deputy Director of Navy, Khaleeq Khan, gave a cash award of 1000 rupees along with “Man of the Match” trophy to Usman Pracha. General Secretary Pakistan Physical Disable Crocket Association (PPDCA) and Tournament Director Amiruddin Ansari, Regional Head Raja Mohammad Tahir and Javed Ashraf were also present on this occasion. Later, in the second fixture of the day, Abbottabad PD beat Rawalpindi PD by 5 wickets and qualified for the next stage. Rawalpindi PD batted first and scored 145 runs for the loss of 6 wickets in the allotted 20 overs. Bilal Azim scored 49 runs with the help of 5 fours and one six while batting well while Mohammad Arsalan also scored 40 runs with the help of 5 fours and one six. Aftab Hussain bowled well and got 4 wickets for just 11 runs. In reply, Abbottabad PD reached at the target after scoring 149 runs for 5 wickets. All-rounder Aftab Hussain hit 6 fours in a brilliant half-century of 51 runs, Rizwanullah smashed 3 fours and a six in 44 runs not out. Qayyum Khan took 3 wickets. At the end of the match, Regional Head Javed Ashraf gave Aftab Hussain a cash award of Rs. 1000. In the second phase on Tuesday, Lahore will face Abbottabad at 9 am, while Islamabad will face Peshawar at 1:30 pm at the same venue.
Kingdom Valley ASSL: Punjab Panthers confirm final on Monday
Abdul Jabbar Faisal ISLAMABAD: Punjab Panthers have confirmed their berth in the final of the Kingdom Valley All Stars Supper League (ASSL) after beating Sindh Strikers by 5 wickets in the first Eliminator here at the Diamond cricket ground on Saturday. The match between Sindh Strikers and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK) Warriors will decide the second finalist on Sunday likely to be played at Bhutto cricket ground G-7 Markaz Islamabad. Summarized Scorecard (Punjab Panthers vs Sindh Strikers) Venue: Diamond cricket ground Toss: Punjab Panthers won the toss and decided to bowl first Results: Punjab Panther won by 5 wickets Sindh Strikers (Batting) 143 for 8 in 20 overs Waqar Ameer 54 runs (34 balls, 4x8, 6x0), Umer Farooq 23 runs (24 balls, 4x1, 6x1), Sadiq Shan 13 runs (13 balls, 4x0, 6x0) Punjab Panthers (Bowling) Abdul Manan (2 for 31), Abdul Salam (1 for 16), Sameer Ahmed (1 for 21), Asad Lahgari (1 for 23), Najam-ul-Hasan (1 for 34) Punjab Panthers (Batting) 144 for 5 in 19 overs Abdul Salam 78 runs not out (55 balls, 4x6, 6x3), Saqin Inayat 30 rusn in (25 balls, 4x4, 6x0), Abdullah Khan 13 runs (10 balls, 4x1, 6x0) Sindh Strikers (Bowling) Sitatullah (2 for 17), Zeeshan Malik (1 for 18), Waqar Ameer (1 for 20), Umer Farooq (1 for 30) Player of the Match: Abdul Salam Umpires: Mohammad Ishfaq & Taimoor Kayani Match Referee: Ghulam Mustafa Official Scorer: Raja Hasan Akhtar
Kingdom Valley ASSL: Punjab Panthers, Sindh Strikers crush opponents
Sports Bulletin Report ISLAMABAD: Punjab Panthers and Sindh Strikers have defeated their opponents Baluchistan Bulls and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK) Warriors by 8 and 3 wickets respectively in the Kingdom Valley All-Stars Supper League (ASSL) at two different venues here on Friday. Summarized Scorecard (Punjab Panthers vs Baluchistan Bulls) Venues: Marghzar cricket ground Toss: Baluchistan Bulls won the toss and decided to bat Results: Punjab Panthers beat Baluchistan Bulls by three wickets Baluchistan Bulls (Batting) 103 for 7 in 20 overs Juman Shah 36 runs (37 balls, 4x2, 6x2), Junaid Khan 16 runs (6 balls, 4x1, 6x1), Khawar Ali 16 runs (9 balls, 4x3, 6x0) Punjab Panthers (Bowling): Abdul Manan (2 for 34), Asad Laghari (1 for 9), Sameer Ahmed (1 for 17), Najam-ul-Hasan (1 for 17) Punjab Panthers (Batting) 105 for 2 runs in 9.4 overs Sameer Ahmed 54 runs not out (29 balls, 4x6, 6x0), Najam-ul-Hasan 27 runs (17 balls, 4x4, 6x0), Asad Laghari 14 runs (7 balls, 4x3, 6x0) Baluchistan Bulls (Bowling) Ali Bakhsah (1 for 12), Mohammad Akram (1 for 28) Summarized Scorecard (KPK Warriors vs Sindh Strikers) Venue: Shalimar cricket ground Toss: KPK Warriors won the toss and decided to bat Results: Sindh Strikers beat KPK Warriors by 3 wickets KPK Warriors (Batting): 179 for 9 in 20 overs Farooq Khan 54 runs not out (43 balls, 4x7, 6x0), Zohaib Ahmed 26 runs (29 balls, 4x5, 6x0), Mohammad Adeel 25 runs (10 balls, 4x1, 6x3) Sindh Strikers (Bowling) Umer Farooq (4 for 43), Sifatullah (3 for 210, Naeem Khan (1 for 9), Waqar Ameer (1 for 19) Sindh Strikers (Batting) 180 for 7 in 18.4 overs Sifatullah 53 runs (20 balls, 4x2, 6x6), Umer Farooq 52 runs (33 balls, 4x7, 6x2), Farman Shah 33 runs (18 balls, 4x2, 6x3) KPK Warriors (Bowling) Mohammad Adeel (3 for 22), Sabaz Ali (1 for 27), Sher Ali (1 for 28), Gulzar Khan (1 for 31), Sanaullah Khan (1 for 50) Player of the match: Sifatullah (Sindh Strikers)  
Kingdom Valley ASSL: Punjab Panthers and Sindh Strikers register wins
Sports Report ISLAMABAD: Punjab Panthers and Sindh Strikers have registered their wins in the Kingdom Valley, All Stars Super League (ASSL) after beating their opponents at two different cricket venues on Thursday. Summarized Scorecard (KPK Warriors vs Punjab Panthers): Venue: Shalimar cricket ground: Toss: Punjab won the toss and elected to bat first Results: Punjab Panthers won by 67 runs Punjab Panthers (Batting) 214 for 6 in 20 overs Najam-ul-Hasan 77 runs (44 balls, 4x13, 6x0), Abdul Islam 49 runs not out (25 balls, 4x1, 6x6), Asad Laghari 31 runs (24 balls, 4x4, 6x0) KPK Warriors Bowling: Sanaullah (3 for 44), Mohammad Talha (1 for 21), Arif Khan (1 for 50) KPK Warriors (Batting) 147 all out in 15.4 overs Wasal Hasan 32 runs (21 balls, 4x3, 6x1), Mohammad Farooq 48 runs (34 balls, 4x4, 6x2), Zohaib Ahmed 29 runs (12 balls, 4x3, 6x2) Punjab Panther Bowling: Sameer (3 for 13), Abdul Manan (3 for 41) Abdul Salam (2 for 30), Man of the Match: Najam-ul-Hasan Summarized Scorecard (Kashmir Janbaaz vs Sindh Strikers Venue: Marghzar cricket ground: Toss: Kashmir Janbaaz won the toss and elected to field first Results: Sindh Strikers won by 69 runs Sindh Strikers (Batting) 180 for 6 in 20 overs Waqar Ameer 61 runs (34 balls, 4x7, 6x2), Umer Farooq 59 runs (34 balls, 4x6, 6x2), Ali Asgher Shah 15 runs (7 balls, 4x1, 6x1) Kashmir Janbaaz Bowling: Raja Fiaz (3 for 22), Akseer Abbasi (1 for 42) Kashmir Janbaaz (Batting) 111 all out Hayat Khan 50 (40 balls, 4x4, 6x2), Irfanullah Khan 21 runs (16 balls, 4x3, 6x0) Sindh Bowling: Ali Asghar (2 for 14), Fazal Hadi (2 for 14) Hafiz Faheem (1 for 16), Umer Farooq (1 for 5) Sifatullah (6 for 21), Zeeshan Malik (1 for 21), Naseem Khan (1 for 37)
Kingdom Valley ASSL: Sindh Strikers beat Baluchistan Bulls by 7 runs
Sports Bulletin Report ISLAMABAD: Sindh Strikers beat Baluchistan Bulls by 7 runs in the Kingdom Valley, All Stars Super League (ASSL) after a close contest here at Shalimar cricket ground on Wednesday, as the match was reduced 16 overs per innings owing to rain in the morning in the capital city. Another match of the day between Kashmir Janbaaz vs KPK Warriors washed out without a single ball. Summarized Scorecard (Baluchistan Bulls vs Sindh Strikers): Venue: Shalimar cricket ground: Toss; Sindh Strikers won the toss and elected to bat first Results: Sindh Strikers won by 7 runs Sindh Strikers (Batting) 174 for 6 in 16 overs Naeem Khan 49 runs (33 balls, 4x4, 6x2), Farhan Shah 33 runs (16 balls, 4x2, 6x3), Sifatullah Khan 27 runs (24 balls, 4x2, 6x2) Baluchistan Bowling: Khawar Ali (2 for 24), Tenvir Ahmed (2 for 32), Tahir Khan (1 for 16) Nizamuddin (1 for 35) Baluchistan Bulls (Batting) 167 for in 16 overs Juman Shah 48 runs (27 balls, 4x7, 6x2), Mohammad Qaim 45 runs (28 balls, 4x5, 6x1), Hafeezullah 20 runs (17 balls, 4x3, 6x0) Sindh Bowling: Sifatullah (6 for 21), Zeeshan Malik (1 for 21), Naseem Khan (1 for 37) Player of the match: Sifatullah Khan Umpires: Azeem Khan, Shakil Ahmed  Scorer: Mohammad Abdullah Matloob
Kingdom Valley ASSL: Baluchistan Bulls and Punjab Panthers post wins
Sports Bulletin Report ISLAMABAD: Baluchistan Bulls and Punjab Panthers have won their respective matches of the Kingdom Valley All Stars Supper League (ASSL) after beating Kashmir Janbaaz by 141 runs and Sindh Strikers by 76 runs respectively at two different venues here on Tuesday. Summarized Scorecard (Kashmir Janbaaz Panthers vs Baluchistan Bulls): Venue: Marghzar cricket ground Toss: Kashmir Janbaaz won the toss and elected to field first Result: Baluchistan won by 141 runs Baluchistan Bulls (Batting) 232 for 1 runs in 20 overs Mohammad Arshad 100 runs not out (51 balls, 4x19, 6x0), Tauqeer 72 runs not out (36 balls, 4x9, 6x2), Juman Shah 51 runs (33 balls, 4x4, 6x3) Kashmir Janbaaz Bowling: Asgher Ali Shah (1 for 27) Kashmir Janbaaz (Batting): 91 runs all out in 17 overs Shuja 24 runs (42 balls, 4x2, 6x0), Irfan Khan 17 runs (14 balls, 4x3, 6x0) Baluchistan Bowling: Nizam (4 for 21), Ali Bakhsh (3 for 15), Tauqeer (2 for 21), Khawar (1 for 8) Man of the match: Mohammad Arshad Summarized Scorecard (Sindh Strikers vs Punjab Panthers): Venue: Shalimar cricket ground Toss: Sindh Striker won the toss and decided to field first Results: Punjab Panthers won by 76 runs Punjab Panthers (Batting) 166 for 7 runs in 18 overs Asad Laghari 69 runs (42 balls, 4x2, 6x5), Sareer Abbasi 23 runs (14 balls, 4x2, 6x1), Najam-ul-Hasan 16 runs (17 balls, 4x2, 6x0) Sindh Strikers Bowling: Naeem Khan (2 for 20), Sifatullah (1 for 21), Fazal Hadi (1 for 22), Malik Zeeshan (1 fir 25) Sindh Strikers (Batting) 90 runs all out in 12.1 overs Malik Zeeshan 28 runs (14 balls, 4x3, 6x2), Ali Asgher 26 runs (22 balls, 4x2, 6x2) Umer Farooq 15 runs (10 balls, 4x2, 6x1) Punjab Panthers Blowing: Najam-ul-Hasan (4 for 36), Abdul Manan (3 for 13), Bilal (2 for 10) Man of the match: Asad Laghari
Kingdom Valley ASSL: KPK Warriors and Kashmir Janbaaz record victories
Report: Abdul Jabbar Faisal & Abdullah Asjad ISLAMABAD (January 23, 2023): KPK Warriors and Kashmir Janbaaz recorded victories on the opening day of the Kingdom Valley All-Stars Super League (ASSL) after beating their respective challengers Baluchistan Bulls and Punjab Panthers respectively by 23 runs and 1 wicket at two different venues here on Monday. Chairman Kingdom Valley Ghulam Hussain Shahid graced the opening ceremony as chief guest. All the participating teams were introduced to him. On this occasion, GH Shahid assured the players to provide maximum support to the players. Abdul Waheed Sheikh and Waqar Ahmed Khan were also present on this eve. At Marghzar cricket ground, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK) defeated Baluchistan by 23 runs. Baluchistan skipper won the coin’s battle and decided to chase a set target in 20 overs per innings fixture. KPK posted 137 for 8 runs total on the board, as Zohab Khan was top scorer with 46 runs. He faced 45 balls and hit five boundaries during his sparking innings. Adeel Shahzad contributed 35 runs in 28 balls while Farooq Ahmed 12 runs in 10 balls. Khawar (2 for 24) Mohammad Akram (2 for 28), Nizam (1 for 17), Tenvir Khan (1 for 27) and Ali Bakhsh (1 for 39) were the wicket-taker bowlers for Baluchistan. While cashing 138 runs in 20 overs, Baluchistan could score 114 runs in 20 overs and lost their last batter on the final ball of the match. Tenvir Khan played a responsible innings of 37 runs in 41 balls. He smashed three fours and two big sixes. Tauqeer scored 18 runs while Mohammad Akram 13 runs, as the rest of the batters could show any notable performance. Sabaz Ali snared 4 batters of opposite team with is magical bowling after conceding just 16 runs, as he was judged best player of the match on his sparking bowling performance. Gulzar Khan grabbed three wickets for 18, Mohammad Adeel got 2 for 13 while Sanaullah took one wicket a piece for 13 runs. Summarized Scorecard (Baluchistan Bulls vs KPK Warriors) KPK beat Balochistan by 23 runs Toss: Balochistan won and decided to field first Venue: Marghzar Cricket Ground KPK Warriors (Batting) 137 for 8 in 20 overs Zohab Khan 46 runs (45 balls, 4x5, 6x0), Adeel Shahzad 35 runs (28 balls, 4x2, 6x2), Farooq Ahmed 12 runs (10 balls, 4x1, 6x0) Baluchistan Bowling: Khawar (2 for 24) Mohammad Akram (2 for 28), Nizam (1 for 17), Tenvir Khan (1 for 27), Ali Bakhsh (1 for 39) Baluchistan (Batting) 114 all out in 20 overs Tenvir Khan 37 runs (41 balls, 4x3, 6x2), Tauqeer 18 runs (20 balls, 4x3, 6x0), Mohammad Akram 13 runs (16 balls, 4x2, 6x0) KPK Warriors Bowling: Sabaz Ali (4 for 16), Gulzar Khan (3 for 18) Mohammad Adeel (2 for 13), Sanaullah (1 for 13) Man of the Match: Sabaz Ali Umpires: Nadeem Kawaja, Mohammad Ishtiaq Match Referee: Ghulam Scorer: Mohammad Abdullah At Shalimar Cricket Ground, Kashmir Janbaaz claimed a thrilling one-wicket win over Punjab Panthers. Kashmir Warriors captain won the toss and put Punjab Panthers into bat first, as they managed 146 for 9 runs on the board in 20 overs. Ashan Khalil scored the first fifty of the tournament 50 runs in 37 balls with the help of seven boundaries. Abdul Manan 23 runs (18 balls, 4x3, 6x0), Asad Laghari 17 runs (18 balls, 4x3, 6x0) and Abdul Salam 13 runs (17 balls, 4x2, 6x0) other major run scorers. Raja Fiaz (2 for 19), Ghub Sher (2 for 22), Inam-ullah Khan (1 for 18), Irfan Khan (1 for 21) and Naseeb Abbasi (1 for 37) were the successful bowlers of Kashmir Janbaaz. Kashmir Janbaaz achieved their target on the last ball of the match, as the last batters were on the pitch and they scampered home on the final delivery of the match and pocketed a single wicket triumph in the tournament. Irfan Khan was topper runs getter with 24 in 18 balls including one four and two massive sixes. Raja Fiaz 23 runs (25 balls, 4x1, 6x1) and Rafiullah Khan 21 runs (13 balls, 4x2, 6x1) were other remarkable performances. For Punjab Panthers, Abdul Manan (2 for 17), Najam-ul-Hasan (2 for 11), Sameer (1 for 14), Abdul Salam (1 for 31) and Asad Laghari (1 for 14) were the wicket-taker bowlers. Raja Fiaz was declared man of the match on his all-rounder show. Summarized Scorecard (Punjab Panthers vs Kashmir Janbaaz) Kashmir Janbaaz beat Punjab Panther by 1 wicket Toss: Kashmir Janbaaz won the toss and elected to field first Venue: Shalimar Cricket Ground Punjab Panthers (Batting) 146 for 9 runs in 20 overs Ashan Khalil 50 runs (37 balls, 4x7, 6x0), Abdul Manan 23 runs (18 balls, 4x3, 6x0), Asad Laghari 17 runs (18 balls, 4x3, 6x0), Abdul Salam 13 runs (17 balls, 4x2, 6x0) Kashmir Janbaaz Bowling: Raja Fiaz (2 for 19), Ghub Sher (2 for 22), Inam-ullah Khan (1 for 18), Irfan Khan (1 for 21), Naseeb Abbasi (1 for 37) Kashmir Janbaaz (Batting) Target 147 in 20 overs Irfan Khan 24 runs (18 balls, 4x1, 6x2), Raja Fiaz 23 runs (25 balls, 4x1, 6x1), Rafiullah Khan 21 runs (13 balls, 4x2, 6x1) Punjab Panther Bowling: Najam-ul-Hasan (2 for 11),  Asad Laghari (2 for 14), Abdul Manan (2 for 17), Sameer (1 for 14), Abdul Salam (1 for 31) Player of the Match: Raja Fiaz (Kashmir Janbaaz) Umpires: Taimoor Kayani, Mohammad Ishfaq Match Referee: Ghulam Mustafa Scorer: Raja Hasan Akhtar  
All Stars Supper League Season-I to start from January 23, 2023
Abdul Jabbar Faisal ISLAMABAD: The Kingdom Valley All Stars Supper League (ASSL) Season-I, Physically Disabled Persons cricket fixture will be rolled into action on January 23, 2023, at Shalimar cricket ground with a spectacular opening ceremony in the capital city Islamabad. According to a member of the organizing committee, around one hundred players and officials will participate in the 7-day fixture to represent different regions of the country. Balochistan Bulls, Sindh Strikers, Punjab Panthers, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Warriors, and Kashmir Janbaz will fight for the top honour, as the final will be played on January 29, 2023. Balochistan Bulls: Khawar Ali (Captain), Mohammad Tuaqir, Juman Shah, Nizam-uddin, Mohammad Qasim, Mohammad Tahir, Ali Bakhsh, Mohammad Akram, Mohammad Arshad, Mohammad Tenvir, Ikramullah Khan, Riasat Ali, Junaid Hasan, Mohammad Shoaib, Hafeezullah, Ghullam Shabbir, Asad Ali, Sohail Ahmed, Tenvir Ahmed, Shahid Al Khan Sindh Strikers: Abdul Wahid (Captain-Wicketkeeper), Naeem Khan, Sadiq Ali, Fazakl Hadi, Umer Farooq, Zakir Khan, Farhan Shah, Ali Asgher Khan, Waqar Ameer, Malik Zeeshan Awan, Sohail Ahmed, Wasim Khan, Junaid Khan, Fahim Khan, Faisal Javed Punjab Panthers: Abdul Manan Aamir, Asad Rehman, Najam-ul-Hasan, Sqaib Annyat, Azhar Ali, Ahsan Sareer, Zafar Hussnain, Mohammad Salman, Abdul Salam, Gul Zain, Sameer Ali, Shahid Sharif, Abdul Ghaffar, Sheroz Ali Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Warriors: Mohammad Adeel (captain), Wasal Hassan (vice-captain), Zohaib Ahmed, Mohammad-Ullah, Adeel Shahazad, Sabaz Ali, Mohammad Farooq (wicketkeeper), Sanaullah, Sher Ali, Gulzar Khan, Mohammad Tallha, Raja Yasir, Mohammad Afzal, Saifullah, Mohammad Arif Khan Coach: Abdul Aziz Kashmir Janbaaz: Raja Fayyaz, Hamza Gull, Akseer Abbasi, Naseeb Abbasi, Mohammad Yasin, Irfan Khan, Rafiullah Khan, Gullab Sher, Inam Khan, Alamgeer Khan, Afaq Ahmed, Mohammad Shahid, Hayat Khan, Asgher Ali Shah, Shujahaat Ahmed, Shahzeb Ahmed, Idress Abbasi Schedule: January 23, 2023 (Punjab Panthers vs Kashmir Janbaz) at Shalimar Cricket Ground January 23, 2023 (Balochistan Bulls vs KPK Warriors) at Marghzar Cricket Ground January 24, 2023 (Sindh Strikers vs Balochistan Bulls) at Shalimar Cricket Ground January 24, 2023 (KPK Warriors vs Kashmir Janbaz) at Marghzar Cricket Ground January 25, 2023 (Punjab Panthers vs Sindh Strikers) at Shalimar Cricket Ground January 25, 2023 (Balochistan Bulls vs Kashmir Janbaz) at Marghzar Cricket Ground January 26, 2023 (KPK Warriors vs Punjab Panthers) at Shalimar Cricket Ground January 26, 2023 (Sindh Strikers vs Kashmir Janbaz) st Marghzar Cricket Ground January 27, 2023 (KPK Warriors vs Sindh Strikers) at Shalimar Cricket Ground January 27, 2023 (Punjab Panthers vs Balochistan Bulls) at Marghzar Cricket Ground January 28, 2023 (Qualifier vs Qualifier II) at Diamond Cricket Ground January 28, 2023 (Qualifier II vs Loser of Qualifier I) January 30, 2023 (final)  
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