Khaleqdaad Noori

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Khaleqdaad Noori
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Personal information
Full name Khaleqdaad Noori
Born (1984-01-01) 1 January 1984 (age 33)
Baghlan, Baghlan Province, Afghanistan
Batting style Right-handed
Bowling style Right-arm fast-medium
Relations Allah Dad Noori (brother)
International information
National side
ODI debut (cap 6) 19 April 2009 v Scotland
Last ODI 9 July 2010 v Scotland
Career statistics
Competition ODI FC LA
Matches 6 1 10
Runs scored 40 1 57
Batting average 13.33 0.50 11.40
100s/50s –/– –/– –/–
Top score 20 1 20
Balls bowled 252 99 396
Wickets 9 2 12
Bowling average 16.66 27.50 22.00
5 wickets in innings
10 wickets in match
Best bowling 3/30 1/24 3/30
Catches/stumpings –/– –/– –/–
Source: Cricinfo, 5 October 2010

Khaleqdaad Noori (born 1 January 1984) is an Afghan cricketer. Khaleqdaad is a right-handed batsman who bowls right-arm fast-medium and plays for the Afghanistan national cricket team.

Early career[edit]

Khaleqdaad was born in Baghlan, Afghanistan. Khaleqdaad spent much of his early years in refugee camps with his family, fleeing from the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan and the subsequent Civil War that followed the Soviet withdrawal. Khaleqdaad, like many of his teammates learnt the game in neighbouring Pakistan.

Khaleqdaad made his representative debut for Afghanistan against Nowshehra on 15 October 2001 in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy (Grade II).[1] This game occurred a week into the NATO invasion of Afghanistan.

Khaleqdaad's international debut for Afghanistan came against Oman in the 2004 ACC Trophy. In 2006 he toured England, playing in a single match against the Essex Second XI. Later in 2006, he represented the team in the 2006 ACC Trophy, where he played in 2 matches against Iran[2] and Nepal.[3]

2009–present[edit]

Khaleqdaad was a member of Afghanistan's 2009 ICC World Cup Qualifiers squad. He made his List-A debut during the tournament against Kenya[4] and later in the tournament he made his One Day International debut against Scotland, where he took 2/25.[5] To date this is Khaleqdaad's only ODI.

Later, in November 2009, he made his unofficial Twenty20 debut for Afghanistan against China[6] in the 2009 ACC Twenty20 Cup. He later played in the final of the tournament, where Afghanistan defeated the United Arab Emirates by 84 runs.[7]

Prior to Afghanistan's tour of Kenya in October 2010, Khaleqdaad had represented Afghanistan in 6 One Day International's. His debut in first-class cricket came during Afghanistan's tour of Kenya, when Afghanistan played Kenya in the 2009-10 ICC Intercontinental Cup. During the match he took his first 2 first-class wickets, those of Nehemiah Odhiambo and David Obuya.[8]

Family[edit]

Khaleqdaad's brother, Allah Dad Noori was the first captain of the Afghanistan national cricket team.

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