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RE: Pakistan Super League - ahbowledhim - 09-27-2017

When is the PSL 3 auction?


RE: Pakistan Super League - Bada - 11-12-2017

Explosive Australian batsman Chris Lynn and West Indian star all-rounder Dwayne Bravo were the top picks of the player draft for the third season of the Pakistan Super League on Sunday (November 12).

Lahore snapping up Lynn meant the potentiality of a destructive opening pair for the franchise of Brendon McCullum and Lynn.

Multan Sultans, the latest entrants, were seeking a spinner who would slot in seamlessly into the XI and given Tahir's recent record, including in the IPL earlier in the year, it was a no-brainer for them, after having snapped up Shoaib Malik, Kieron Pollard and Kumar Sangakkara as a part of the pre-draft last month.

Platinum round picks: Lahore Qalandars: Chris Lynn. Islamabad United: JP Duminy. Karachi Kings: Colin Ingram. Quetta Gladiators: Shane Watson. Peshawar Zalmi: Dwayne Bravo. Multan Sultans: Imran Tahir

Luke Ronchi, the New Zealand wicketkeeper-batsman, who had retired from international cricket earlier in the year, was snapped up by Islamabad United in the Diamond round. Lahore wanted to strengthen their pace stocks with the skillful Mustafizur Rahman. Karachi Kings went in with a similar strategy by picking former Australian pacer Mitchell Johnson.

Diamond round: Islamabad United - Luke Ronchi, Lahore Qalandars, Mustafizur Rahman, Karachi Kings - Mitchell Johnson, Quetta Gladiators - Carlos Brathwaite, Peshawar Zalmi - Tamim Iqbal, Multan Sultan - Darren Bravo.

Luke Wright, who played for Quetta Gladiators in the first two seasons, will represent the Karachi Kings in the upcoming season, being picked in the Gold round.

In what was a round where most franchises went in for Pakistani players, Lahore beefed up their batting, snapping all-rounder Bilal Asif, while opener Ahmed Shehzad, who was overlooked in the first two rounds, was picked in the third by Multan Sultans.

Gold round: Karachi Kings - Luke Wright, Islamabad United - Faheem Ashraf, Peshawar Zalmi - Hammad Azam, Quetta Gladiators - Rahat Ali, Lahore Qalandars - Bilal Asif, Multan Sultans - Ahmed Shehzad.

The franchises will now have to pick two players in the Silver category and two Emerging players to complete their 16-man squads.

Silver round 1: Lahore Qalandars - Raza Hasan, Islamabad United - Sam Billings, Peshawar Zalmi - Saad Nasim, Quetta Gladiators - Rameez Raja Jr, Karachi Kings - David Wiese, Multan Sultans - Mohammad Abbas.

Silver round 2: Lahore Qalandars - Sohail Akhtar, Islamabad United - Zafar Gohar, Peshawar Zalmi - Taimoor Sultan, Quetta Gladiators - Saad Ali, Karachi Kings - Tabish Khan, Multan Sultans - Nicholas Pooran.

Emerging Players Round 1: Lahore Qalandars - Shaheen Shah Afridi, Islamabad United - Sahibzada Farhan, Karachi Kings - Mohammad Irfan Jr, Quetta Gladiators - Saud Shakeel, Peshawan Zalmi - Sameen Gul, Multan Sultans - Abdullah Shafique.

Emerging Players Round 2: Lahore Qalandars retain Ghulam Mudassar, Islamabad United retain Hussain Talat, Karachi Kings - Hasan Mohsin, Quetta Gladiators - Hassan Khan, Peshawar Zalmi - Ibtisam Sheikh, Multan Sultans - Saif Badar.

Supplementary Rounds are for those players who the franchises can call upon for those not be available for the entire season; which could come into the picture if some of the players refuse to travel to Pakistan.

Supplementary Round 1: Lahore - Angelo Mathews, Islamabad - Alex Hales, Karachi - Colin Munro, Quetta - Jason Roy, Peshawar - Andre Fletcher, Multan - Hardus Viljoen.

Supplementary Round 2: Lahore - Mitchell McClenaghan, Peshawar - Evin Lewis, Karachi - Eoin Morgan, Quetta - Rashid Khan (partially available), Islamabad - David Willey, Multan - Umar Gul.

Supplementary Round 3: Lahore - Gulraiz Sadar, Islamabad- Mohammad Hasan, Karachi - Saifullah Bangash, Quetta - Mohammad Azam Khan, Peshawar - Khalid Usman and Multan - Umar Siddiq.

http://www.cricbuzz.com/cricket-news/98329/pakistan-super-league-2018-lynn-bravo-headline-platinum-round-picks-in-psl-draft


RE: Pakistan Super League - Bada - 02-20-2018

Multan Sultans

Squad: Shoaib Malik (capt), Kieron Pollard, Kumar Sangakarra, Imran Tahir, Junaid Khan, Darren Bravo, Ahmed Shehzad, Sohail Tanvir, Mohammad Irfan, Sohaib Maqsood, Irfan Khan, Kashif Bhatti, Mohammad Abbas, Nicholas Pooran, Abdullah Shafique, Saif Badar, Hardus Viljoen, Umar Gul, Ross Whiteley, Umar Siddiq, Shan Masood, Thisara Perera

Best XI: 1 Ahmed Shehzad, 2 Shan Masood, 3 Kumar Sangakarra (wk), 4 Thisara Perera, 5 Sohaib Maqsood, 6 Shoaib Malik (capt), 7 Saif Badar, 8 Sohail Tanvir, 9 Hardus Viljoen, 10 Imran Tahir, 11 Mohammad Abbas

Coaching staff: Wasim Akram (director cricket & bowling coach), Tom Moody (head coach), Johan Botha (assistant coach & fielding coach), Muhammad Wasim (batting coach), Nadeem Khan (manager), Haider Azhar (general manager & assistant coach), Andrew Leipus (physio), Yasir Malik (strength and conditioning coach)

Quetta Gladiators

Squad: Sarfraz Ahmed (captain), Kevin Pietersen, Rilee Rossouw, Mohammad Nawaz, Anwar Ali, Mahmudullah, Umar Amin, Mir Hamza, Asad Shafiq, Shane Watson, Rahat Ali, Rameez Raja jnr, Saad Ali, Saud Shakeel, Hassan Khan, Jason Roy, Rashid Khan, Azam Khan, Faraz Ahmed Khan, Jofra Archer

Best XI: 1. Asad Shafiq 2. Shane Watson 3. Kevin Pietersen 4. Rilee Rossouw 5. Sarfraz Ahmed (capt) 6. Umar Amin 7. Mohammad Nawaz 8. Jofra Archer 9. Mir Hamza 10. Anwar Ali 11. Hasan Khan

Coaching staff: Moin Khan (head coach), Sir Vivian Richards (batting coach/mentor), Abdul Razzaq (bowling coach), Julien Fountain (fielding coach), Rashid Qureshi (trainer), Usman Ghani (physio), Shakir Khilji (analyst), Azam Khan (manager)

-CI


RE: Pakistan Super League - Randy - 02-20-2018

(02-20-2018, 07:48 AM)Bada Wrote:  Multan Sultans

Squad: Shoaib Malik (capt), Kieron Pollard, Kumar Sangakarra, Imran Tahir, Junaid Khan, Darren Bravo, Ahmed Shehzad, Sohail Tanvir, Mohammad Irfan, Sohaib Maqsood, Irfan Khan, Kashif Bhatti, Mohammad Abbas, Nicholas Pooran, Abdullah Shafique, Saif Badar, Hardus Viljoen, Umar Gul, Ross Whiteley, Umar Siddiq, Shan Masood, Thisara Perera

Best XI: 1 Ahmed Shehzad, 2 Shan Masood, 3 Kumar Sangakarra (wk), 4 Thisara Perera, 5 Sohaib Maqsood, 6 Shoaib Malik (capt), 7 Saif Badar, 8 Sohail Tanvir, 9 Hardus Viljoen, 10 Imran Tahir, 11 Mohammad Abbas

Coaching staff: Wasim Akram (director cricket & bowling coach), Tom Moody (head coach), Johan Botha (assistant coach & fielding coach), Muhammad Wasim (batting coach), Nadeem Khan (manager), Haider Azhar (general manager & assistant coach), Andrew Leipus (physio), Yasir Malik (strength and conditioning coach)

Quetta Gladiators

Squad: Sarfraz Ahmed (captain), Kevin Pietersen, Rilee Rossouw, Mohammad Nawaz, Anwar Ali, Mahmudullah, Umar Amin, Mir Hamza, Asad Shafiq, Shane Watson, Rahat Ali, Rameez Raja jnr, Saad Ali, Saud Shakeel, Hassan Khan, Jason Roy, Rashid Khan, Azam Khan, Faraz Ahmed Khan, Jofra Archer

Best XI: 1. Asad Shafiq 2. Shane Watson 3. Kevin Pietersen 4. Rilee Rossouw 5. Sarfraz Ahmed (capt) 6. Umar Amin 7. Mohammad Nawaz 8. Jofra Archer 9. Mir Hamza 10. Anwar Ali 11. Hasan Khan

Coaching staff: Moin Khan (head coach), Sir Vivian Richards (batting coach/mentor), Abdul Razzaq (bowling coach), Julien Fountain (fielding coach), Rashid Qureshi (trainer), Usman Ghani (physio), Shakir Khilji (analyst), Azam Khan (manager)

-CI

Isn't this on the month of Feb.


RE: Pakistan Super League - Bada - 02-23-2018






RE: Pakistan Super League - IslandFan - 02-24-2018

Sanga still going strong. What a Champion


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RE: Pakistan Super League - Bada - 03-02-2018

Darren Sammy doesn't need to lift a finger to guarantee his place on the immortality shelf as far as the Pakistan Super League was concerned. But the Peshawar captain's heroics, hobbling out to bat on one leg, ensured he has taken pride of place on that shelf for the foreseeable future.

http://www.espncricinfo.com/series/8679/report/1128827/quetta-gladiators-vs-peshawar-zalmi-10th-match-psl

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RE: Pakistan Super League - Bada - 03-02-2018