Mohammad Ali (cricketer, born 1973)
He is a right-handed batsman and a left-arm fast-medium bowler who has represented:
- Lahore City 1993/1994
- Railways 1993/1994
- Islamabad 1994/1995
- United Bank Limited 1994/1995
- Agriculture Development Bank of Pakistan 1995/1996
- Rawalpindi A 1995/1996
- Bahawalpur 1998/1999
- Wales Minor Counties 1999
- Derbyshire 2002/2004
- Herefordshire County Cricket Club 2005
- Middlesex 2005 to date.
He made a strong debut for Derbyshire in 2002, by scoring 53 runs, whilst batting at number nine and taking several crucial wickets in an improbable Derbyshire victory. He took 47 wickets during his debut season, but a succession of injuries affected his progress. His haul of wickets fell to 28 in 2003 and 10 in 2004. He has good pace, with a slingy left-arm action, which can unsettle batsmen. He has been awarded a contract by Middlesex for 2006 and following the granting of a British passport.
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