Pakistan Customs cricket team

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Pakistan Customs cricket team were a first-class cricket side of no fixed abode that played in domestic tournaments in Pakistan from 1972-73 to 2009-10, representing the Pakistan Customs service. They never won the Qaid-i-Azam Trophy, but did win the Patron's Trophy once.

They played 122 matches, with 25 wins, 56 losses and 41 draws.[1] Their highest score, and only double century, was 210 not out by Imraan Mohammad against Gujranwala in 1999-2000.[2] Their best innings bowling figures were 8 for 64 by Nadeem Iqbal against Habib Bank Limited in 1998-99.[3]

Pakistan Customs cricketer Fawad Alam

Honours[edit]

  • Qaid-i-Azam Trophy (0)
  • Patron's Trophy (1)
  • 2000-01

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