Ghamai Zadran2022-03-23T13:38:23+00:00

Ghamai Zadran

Date of Birth 26/09/1996
Age 25
NationalityAfghan
Player Status Unavailable
Playing Role Batter
Bowling Style RA Off Spin
Batting Style RH Top Order Bat
Entry Route International Sportsperson Visa
Major Teams Afghanistan A, Boost Defenders, Sulimangar Lions, Paktia, Kabul Region, Amo Region, Mis Ainak Region

** Requires 2 FC matches to meet International Sportsperson Visa eligibility criteria **

Ghamai Zadran is an exciting batter playing domestic cricket in Afghanistan. Recommended by team-mate Zia Ur Rehman Akbar, who ripped up the Liverpool League in 2021 for Lytham, Zadran is hoping to play another 2 first-class matches this season to become eligible for his maiden UK stint in 2022.

The explosive right-hander has spent 5 years on the domestic circuit playing almost 50 matches across the three formats. He has been particularly dominant in both white-ball formats, averaging 36.07 (List A) and 25.55 (T20), respectively.

He has represented a number of provincial sides, and also the Afghanistan A side whilst in his late teens.

The talented batter boasts an excellent career to date and is now eager to showcase his skills in the UK next summer, games permitting, of course.

There are no overseas stats available for this player.

Date of Birth 26/09/1996
Age 25
NationalityAfghan
Player StatusUnavailable
Playing RoleBatter
Player Status Unavailable
Bowling Style RA Off Spin
Batting Style RH Top Order Bat
Entry Route International Sportsperson Visa
Major Teams Afghanistan A, Boost Defenders, Sulimangar Lions, Paktia, Kabul Region, Amo Region, Mis Ainak Region

** Requires 2 FC matches to meet International Sportsperson Visa eligibility criteria **

Ghamai Zadran is an exciting batter playing domestic cricket in Afghanistan. Recommended by team-mate Zia Ur Rehman Akbar, who ripped up the Liverpool League in 2021 for Lytham, Zadran is hoping to play another 2 first-class matches this season to become eligible for his maiden UK stint in 2022.

The explosive right-hander has spent 5 years on the domestic circuit playing almost 50 matches across the three formats. He has been particularly dominant in both white-ball formats, averaging 36.07 (List A) and 25.55 (T20), respectively.

He has represented a number of provincial sides, and also the Afghanistan A side whilst in his late teens.

The talented batter boasts an excellent career to date and is now eager to showcase his skills in the UK next summer, games permitting, of course.

There are no overseas stats available for this player.

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