Babar Azam named ‘Most Precious Cricketer’ in PCB Awards

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Babar Azam

Pakistan captain Babar Azam was on Friday named the Most Precious Cricketer of the 12 months within the PCB awards following his stellar performances through the season.

The 26-year-old was additionally adjudged the White-ball Cricketer of the 12 months after averaging 110.5 and 55.2 within the ODIs and T20Is respectively.

Within the 4 Exams performed through the 12 months, Babar scored 338 runs at a mean of 67.6.

Mohammad Rizwan, the stand-in captain for the ultimate Take a look at at Mount Maunganui towards New Zealand, was declared Take a look at Cricketer of the 12 months. In 5 Exams, he aggregated 302 runs, largely in troublesome conditions, with 4 half-centuries at a mean of 43.14. He additionally accounted for 12 batsmen behind the wickets.

Fawad Alam’s preventing 102 at Mount Maunganui, his first Take a look at century in 11 years, was chosen because the Particular person Efficiency of the 12 months by the unbiased jury that comprised distinguished cricket personalities.

All-rounder Aliya Riaz was named because the Girls’s Cricketer of the 12 months whereas 19-year-old Fatima Sana was chosen because the Girls’s Rising Cricketer of the 12 months.

The 17-year-old Take a look at quick bowler Naseem Shah gained the Rising Worldwide Cricketer of the 12 months following his 20 wickets in eight Exams, together with a hat-trick towards Bangladesh that made him the youngest bowler to attain the uncommon feat.

The Home Cricketer of the 12 months honour went to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Kamran Ghulam after he turned the one batsman within the ongoing first-class Quaid-e-Azam Trophy to finish 1,000 runs.

He completed 19 innings of 10 spherical matches with 1,065 runs with 4 centuries and 4 half-centuries at a mean of just below 60.

The winners might be offered with specifically designed trophies through the upcoming house collection towards South Africa.

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