Habib Bank Limited cricket team

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Habib Bank Limited

Urdu: حَبيب بينك

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Captain: Pakistan Younus Khan
Coach: Pakistan
Colors:     
Owner: HBL Pakistan
Official website: www.hbl.com

The Habib Bank Limited cricket team are a first-class cricket side, sponsored by the Habib Bank Limited, who have competed in Pakistan domestic cricket since the 1975-76 season.

As of mid-January 2014 they had played 378 first-class matches, with 166 wins, 70 losses, 141 draws and 1 tie.[1] They had also played 257 List A matches, with 181 wins, 73 losses and 3 no-results,[2] and 10 Twenty20 matches, with 4 wins, 5 losses and 1 tie.[3]

Personnel[edit]

Current squad[edit]

Younis Khan is the current captain of the side.

Key
  • International - The player has represented his national team at some point in his career.
  • 2010 - The player has represented his national team in the year 2010
  • ♠ - Player was captain of the team for a full match in the past season.
Opening batsmen
Taufeeq Umar 33 Left-hand bat Right arm off spin
Shahzer Zahid 33 Left-hand bat Right arm off spin
waleed ahmad 20 Right-hand bat Right arm leg spin
Aftab Alam 30 Right-hand bat Right arm off spin
Rehan Rafiq 36 Left-hand bat Left arm orthodox
Middle-order batsmen
Irfan Tufail 27 Right-hand bat Right arm off spin
Manzoor Hussain Baber 34 Right-hand bat Right arm off spin
Shan Masood 25 Right-hand bat Right arm medium-fast
Khaqan Arsal 30 Right-hand bat Right arm medium-fast
Wicket-keepers
Farhan Iqbal 33 Right-hand bat -
All-rounders
Azhar Mahmood 39 Right-hand bat Right arm medium-fast
Kamran Hussain 37 Right-hand bat Left arm medium-fast
Bilal Shafayat 30 Right-hand bat Right arm medium-fast
Pace bowlers
Shahid Nazir Medium-fast
Irfan Fazil Medium-fast
Sarmad Anwar Medium-fast
Fahad Masood Medium-fast
Spin bowlers
Danish Kaneria Right-hand bat Right arm leg spin
Mohammad Aslam
Correct as of November 14, 2010

Honours[edit]

  • Patron's Trophy (9)
  • 1976-77
  • 1977-78
  • 1987-88
  • 1991-92
  • 1992-93
  • 1997-98
  • 1998-99
  • 2004-05
  • 2006-07
  • Pentangular Trophy (5)
  • 1977-78
  • 1978-79
  • 1981-82
  • 1982-83
  • 2006-07
  • Quaid-e-Azam Trophy (2)
  • 1977-78
  • 2010-11

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