Noor Ali Zadran2022-03-23T13:40:25+00:00

Noor Ali Zadran

Date of Birth 10/07/1988
Age 33
NationalityAfghan
Player Status Unavailable
Playing Role Batting All-Rounder (Seam)
Bowling Style RA Medium Pace
Batting Style RH Opening Bat
Entry Route International Sportsperson Visa
Major Teams Afghanistan, Kabul Eagles, Mis Ainak Knights, Speen Ghar Tigers

Noor Ali Zadran is a legend of Afghanistan cricket, who helped guide his country from the lower reaches of the World Cricket League to ODI status.

He spent over a decade with the national side, following his debut against Saudi Arabia in the 2006 Middle East Cup. A high-class batter, Zadran was an influential figure in Afghanistan’s rapid rise from WCL Division 5 to Division 2 (2008-09) and the Super Eights of the 2009 ICC World Cup Qualifiers.

Afghanistan gained ODI status, and Zadran would go on to hit 45 on debut against Scotland in April 2009. The following year, he played in the 2010 ICC World T20, before making a century (114) against Canada in the Intercontinental Cup.

Over the past decade, Zadran went on to play 51 ODI’s and 20 T20I’s for his country, where he averaged 24.81, and 26.63, respectively. He played his last match for Afghanistan at Old Trafford against England, being dismissed for a duck by a Jofra Archer thunderbolt.

Now Zadran is off the national radar, he is seeking an opportunity to ply his trade abroad. He remains a domestic run machine, boasting impressive numbers across the three formats. Zadran is also a useful, but often underused, medium-pacer, and he is looking to play as a genuine batting all-rounder for the UK 2022 season.

Not only a fine cricketer but an enthusiastic coach who is eager to get fully involved

There are no overseas stats available for this player.

Date of Birth 10/07/1988
Age 33
NationalityAfghan
Player StatusUnavailable
Playing RoleBatting All-Rounder (Seam)
Player Status Unavailable
Bowling Style RA Medium Pace
Batting Style RH Opening Bat
Entry Route International Sportsperson Visa
Major Teams Afghanistan, Kabul Eagles, Mis Ainak Knights, Speen Ghar Tigers

Noor Ali Zadran is a legend of Afghanistan cricket, who helped guide his country from the lower reaches of the World Cricket League to ODI status.

He spent over a decade with the national side, following his debut against Saudi Arabia in the 2006 Middle East Cup. A high-class batter, Zadran was an influential figure in Afghanistan’s rapid rise from WCL Division 5 to Division 2 (2008-09) and the Super Eights of the 2009 ICC World Cup Qualifiers.

Afghanistan gained ODI status, and Zadran would go on to hit 45 on debut against Scotland in April 2009. The following year, he played in the 2010 ICC World T20, before making a century (114) against Canada in the Intercontinental Cup.

Over the past decade, Zadran went on to play 51 ODI’s and 20 T20I’s for his country, where he averaged 24.81, and 26.63, respectively. He played his last match for Afghanistan at Old Trafford against England, being dismissed for a duck by a Jofra Archer thunderbolt.

Now Zadran is off the national radar, he is seeking an opportunity to ply his trade abroad. He remains a domestic run machine, boasting impressive numbers across the three formats. Zadran is also a useful, but often underused, medium-pacer, and he is looking to play as a genuine batting all-rounder for the UK 2022 season.

Not only a fine cricketer but an enthusiastic coach who is eager to get fully involved

There are no overseas stats available for this player.

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