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The Quaid-e-Azam Trophy final is scheduled for Northern and Sindh in 2022–23

The Quaid-e-Azam Trophy final is scheduled for Northern and Sindh in 2022–23

The Quaid-e-Azam Trophy final is scheduled for Northern and Sindh in 2022–23

The Quaid-e-Azam Trophy final is scheduled for Northern and Sindh in 2022–23

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In spite of their defeat in the previous round against Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy 2022-23 at Shoaib Akhtar Stadium in Rawalpindi, Northern has scheduled their final match against Sindh.

In top form, Sindh became the very first team to qualify for the final of the domestic competition after it was redesigned.

Beginning on Saturday, November 26, the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore will play host to the championship game of the tournament, which will feature a matchup between Northern and Sindh over the course of five days.

The final score for Northern was 135 points, which put them in first place. The second place was held by Sindh with 128 points, and the third slot went to Central Punjab with 124 points. A total of 114 points earned Balochistan the position of fourth place. Despite their remarkable victory in the tenth match, the defending champions of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa finished in sixth place with 78 points. Southern Punjab had to settle for the fifth slot with 89 points, and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa finished in sixth place with 78 points.

On Wednesday, the first innings for Balochistan was resumed when they were 240 for two. Imran Butt, who had already scored his century the day before, continued to score and finished with 195 after 314 balls (35 fours). Imran and his captain, Asad Shafiq, each scored over 100 runs during their partnership at third wicket, which resulted in a total of 210 runs for the pair. The experienced hitter in the Test match was out for 105 after facing 144 balls (19 fours).

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Balochistan, on the other hand, was bowled out for 485 runs after losing their final eight wickets for 93 runs and taking 132.5 overs to do it. Danish Aziz, who spins with his left arm and was selected for the eleven yesterday, got five wickets while allowing 75 runs. Aaliyan Mehmood, who bowls off-spin, was responsible for three wickets.

After that, Sindh asked Balochistan to follow-on, and their score was 31-1 when stumps were drawn for the last time in the match.

In the first session of play today, Central Punjab’s first innings lasted only 119.2 overs, and they were bowled out for 490 runs. As a result, Southern Punjab took the lead by 60 runs. Captain Muhammad Saad was out after scoring 182 off 280 balls before being removed (20 fours, one six). Aamer Yamin, who plays multiple positions, scored 50 while facing only 43 balls (seven fours, one six). Hasan Ali, who was Southern Punjab’s captain, and Hasan Khan, who also played for Southern Punjab, each took three wickets.

Usman Salahuddin of Southern Punjab ended the first-class season with an unbroken 100 off 134 balls, which was another outstanding performance with the bat for the team (10 fours, three sixes). Sharon Siraj, who opened, was responsible for 74 of the team’s runs (121 balls, 12 fours).

The game was called a draw when Southern Punjab reached 216 for two after being bowled out in 55 overs.

The Northern squad started the second inning with a score of 46 for four. The lower order of Northern’s batting lineup was unable to put up much of a fight against the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa bowlers, and as a result, their team was bowled out for 171 runs in 73.5 overs, giving their opponents the victory by an innings and 50 runs.

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Because of his injury, Faizan Riaz did not take the field for his at-bat. Rohail Nazir, who keeps wickets and bats, battled valiantly in both innings, scoring 62 runs off 158 balls in the second innings after scoring 82 in the first innings (eight fours).

Hasan Raza tallied 45 runs for the team. Sajid Khan, bowling off-spin, took five wickets while only allowing 50 runs in 20.5 overs. In 17 overs, Mohammad Imran was able to take three wickets and contribute 47 runs.

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