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PESHAWAR -- Left-arm medium fast bowler Asmat Shah Garwaki's three wickets haul steers Press Qalanders to a dramatic 12 runs victory against last time title holder Samaa TV Tigers in the second edition of the RMI Media Cricket League-2018 being played here at Govt High School No.
Left-arm medium fast bowler Asmat Shah's three wickets steered PPC Qalandars to a dramatic 12 runs victory against defending champions PPC Tigers in the second edition of the RMI Media Cricket League-2018 being played here at Govt High School No.
Canada fast bowler Akash Gill struck at regular intervals to finish with four for 43, while left-arm medium fast bowler Rishiv Joshi, off-spinner Rommel Shahzad and left-arm spinner Aran Padmanathan finished with two wickets each.
Mitchell McClenaghan, New Zealand's left-arm medium fast bowler, claimed four of Leicester's wickets.
They already gave Sohail Khan (right-arm medium fast), Junaid Khan (left-arm medium fast) and Aizaz Cheema (right-arm-medium fast) opportunities to make their mark in the Test.
Left-arm medium fast bowler Stuart Wedge (20), wicketkeeper-batsman Josh Knappett (21), injury-plagued fast bowler Richard Jones (20) and off-spinner Shaftab Khalid (23) have been retained on one-year contracts.
Karachi Whites' right-arm medium fast bowler Tabish Khan and slow left-arm bowler Faraz Ahmed picked up two scalps each, while one wicket each was taken by left-arm medium fast Mir Hamza, slow left-arm Azam Hussain and right-arm medium fast Akbar-ur-Rehman.
Talking to Media on Wednesday, he said the left-arm medium fast bowler was either dropped every now and then from the team or brought at later stages of the game which could affect his bowling.