Mohammad Ramzan (cricketer, born 1970)
|Full name||Mohammad Ramzan|
25 December 1970|
|Relations||Moneeb Iqbal (brother-in-law)|
|Only Test (cap 147)||6 October 1997 v South Africa|
Source: ESPNCricinfo, 11 June 2017
Ramzan was a consistent player on the Pakistani Domestic scene for a number of seasons most notably with United Bank Limited, Khan Research Labs and his home city Faisalabad. After many strong performances he was finally given his chance of a Test Match debut in 1997 alongside Azhar Mahmood and Ali Naqvi. He is considered by many within Pakistan cricket to have been unlucky not to have added to his 1 international cap.
Since moving to Scotland he has turned out as club professional for a number of clubs most notably Drumpellier, Poloc, Penicuik and Corstorphine. Still to this day[when?] he continues to be one of the top performing players and coaches in Scottish Cricket.
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