Imran Butt2023-01-16T14:12:00+00:00

Imran Butt

Date of Birth 27-12-1995
Age 27
NationalityPakistani
Player Status Available
Playing Role Batting All-Rounder (Spin)
Bowling Style RA Off Spin
Batting Style RH Top Order Bat
Entry Route International Sportsperson Visa
Major Teams Pakistan, Pakistan A, Pakistan U19, Balochistan, Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Limited, North West Warriors, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Lahore, Badureliya Sports Club
Coaching Qualifications ECB Level 2

Imran Butt is an exceptional opening batter who represented Pakistan in 6 Test matches in 2021. Whilst he struck a best of 91 against Zimbabwe, in his 10 innings he averaged 17.80 and was subsequently dropped for the talented youngster, Abdullah Shafique.

The free-flowing opener was quite rightly rewarded with Test selection following several heavy run-filled domestic seasons. In 2019/20 he chalked up 934 runs at 62.26 with a double century (214) in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy (first-class), then followed up with 682 runs at 42.62 (2021/22), and 605 runs at 43.21 (2022/23) over the next two campaigns. His form in List A cricket followed suit with 498 runs at 49.80 and 426 runs at 38.72, respectively.

Unsurprisingly, Butt was also churning runs aplenty abroad. Since his maiden UK season (2016) he has rattled up almost 4,000 runs during his 5 stints (Little Hulton, Donemana, Farnworth Social Circle, and Cavaliers and Carrington). However, it was his exploits last season for the latter that really stood out, hitting 1,093 runs at 68.31 in the top tier of the Nottinghamshire Premier League. He also weighed in with 12 wickets, taking his 5-year UK tally to neigh on 100 poles bowling both seam up (wobblers) and off-spin.

Butt had re-signed with Cavs for a second stint in 2023 but a league rule change jeopardised his return, therefore the Pakistani ace is seeking another club for the upcoming season.

Butt is, without a doubt, one of the best pros on the market. Not only a fine cricketer, but a fantastic bloke, a fluent English speaker, and a capable coach. A model pro for any club in 2023.

Team (Season) Mts Inns NO Runs HS Ave Ovs Runs Wkts BB Avg
Cavaliers & Carrington (2022) 21 20 4 1093 139 68.31 111 547 12 3/33 45.58
Little Hulton (2019) 18 17 2 654 108 43.60 158.5 575 38 6/35 15.13
Farnworth Social Circle (2018) 25 25 4 788 116 37.52 29.1 163 6 2/6 27.17
Donemana (2017)
Little Hulton (2016) 18 16 0 506 80 31.63 107 508 15 4/67 33.87
Date of Birth 27-12-1995
Age 27
NationalityPakistani
Player StatusAvailable
Playing RoleBatting All-Rounder (Spin)
Player Status Available
Bowling Style RA Off Spin
Batting Style RH Top Order Bat
Entry Route International Sportsperson Visa
Major Teams Pakistan, Pakistan A, Pakistan U19, Balochistan, Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Limited, North West Warriors, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Lahore, Badureliya Sports Club
Coaching Qualifications ECB Level 2

Imran Butt is an exceptional opening batter who represented Pakistan in 6 Test matches in 2021. Whilst he struck a best of 91 against Zimbabwe, in his 10 innings he averaged 17.80 and was subsequently dropped for the talented youngster, Abdullah Shafique.

The free-flowing opener was quite rightly rewarded with Test selection following several heavy run-filled domestic seasons. In 2019/20 he chalked up 934 runs at 62.26 with a double century (214) in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy (first-class), then followed up with 682 runs at 42.62 (2021/22), and 605 runs at 43.21 (2022/23) over the next two campaigns. His form in List A cricket followed suit with 498 runs at 49.80 and 426 runs at 38.72, respectively.

Unsurprisingly, Butt was also churning runs aplenty abroad. Since his maiden UK season (2016) he has rattled up almost 4,000 runs during his 5 stints (Little Hulton, Donemana, Farnworth Social Circle, and Cavaliers and Carrington). However, it was his exploits last season for the latter that really stood out, hitting 1,093 runs at 68.31 in the top tier of the Nottinghamshire Premier League. He also weighed in with 12 wickets, taking his 5-year UK tally to neigh on 100 poles bowling both seam up (wobblers) and off-spin.

Butt had re-signed with Cavs for a second stint in 2023 but a league rule change jeopardised his return, therefore the Pakistani ace is seeking another club for the upcoming season.

Butt is, without a doubt, one of the best pros on the market. Not only a fine cricketer, but a fantastic bloke, a fluent English speaker, and a capable coach. A model pro for any club in 2023.

Team (Season) Mts Inns NO Runs HS Ave Ovs Runs Wkts BB Avg
Cavaliers & Carrington (2022) 21 20 4 1093 139 68.31 111 547 12 3/33 45.58
Little Hulton (2019) 18 17 2 654 108 43.60 158.5 575 38 6/35 15.13
Farnworth Social Circle (2018) 25 25 4 788 116 37.52 29.1 163 6 2/6 27.17
Donemana (2017)
Little Hulton (2016) 18 16 0 506 80 31.63 107 508 15 4/67 33.87
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