Name

Noor Ali Zadran

Date of Birth 10/07/1988
Age 35
NationalityAfghan
Player Status Available
Playing Role Batter
Bowling Style RA Medium Pace
Batting Style RH Opening Bat
Entry Route (US/CAN)
Major Teams Afghanistan, Kabul Eagles, Mis Ainak Knights, Speen Ghar Tigers
Coaching Qualifications ECB Core Coach
Local Accommodation Walthamstow, NE London

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 has played 1 Test, 51 ODI’s and 23 T20I’s for his country, with averages of 39, 24.81, and 27.13, respectively. He last played for Afghanistan in February 2024 - his Test debut, in-fact, against Sri Lanka in Colombo, hitting 47 in the second innings from top of the order.

Zadran is a fantastic performer, who is now set to travel to Scotland to play for Watsonian in their 2024 Eastern Premier League campaign.

There are no overseas stats available for this player.

Name Noor Ali Zadran
Date of Birth 10/07/1988
Age 35
NationalityAfghan
Player StatusPlaced
Playing RoleBatter
Player Status Placed (Watsonian CC - Eastern Premier League)
Bowling Style RA Medium Pace
Batting Style RH Opening Bat
Entry Route (US/CAN)
Major Teams Afghanistan, Kabul Eagles, Mis Ainak Knights, Speen Ghar Tigers
Coaching Qualifications ECB Core Coach
Local Accommodation Walthamstow, NE London

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 has played 1 Test, 51 ODI’s and 23 T20I’s for his country, with averages of 39, 24.81, and 27.13, respectively. He last played for Afghanistan in February 2024 - his Test debut, in-fact, against Sri Lanka in Colombo, hitting 47 in the second innings from top of the order.

Zadran is a fantastic performer, who is now set to travel to Scotland to play for Watsonian in their 2024 Eastern Premier League campaign.

There are no overseas stats available for this player.