Umer Zeeshan Lohya2022-03-23T13:48:28+00:00

Umer Zeeshan Lohya

Date of Birth 14/05/2001
Age 21
NationalityBritish
Player Status Available
Playing Role Batting All-Rounder (Spin)
Bowling Style RA Off Spin
Batting Style RH Top Order Bat
Entry Route British Passport
Major Teams Maratha Arabians, Horowhenua Kapiti U19s, Karachi U19s, Northamptonshire U17s, U16s, Middlesex U15s

Umer Zeeshan Lohya is an emerging talent looking to break into professional cricket. He has already featured for Maratha Arabians during the 2019 T10 tournament rubbing shoulders with the likes of Yuvraj Singh, Dasun Shanaka, Chris Lynn, DJ Bravo, Lasith Malinga, and head coach, Andy Flower.

Holder of a British Passport, the Hertfordshire-based all-rounder of Pakistan origin, boasts an impressive youth career to date, and is now looking to make the transition into ECB Premier League, then Franchise cricket.

A top-order batter who bowls off-spin, Lohya has played age-group representative cricket in Pakistan (Karachi U19s), New Zealand (Horowhenua Kapiti U19s), and England (Northamptonshire U17s, U16s, Middlesex U15s).

Over the past few seasons, he has played his club cricket for Totteridge Millhillians – a combination of first and second eleven cricket.

For 2022, he is looking to move clubs to take on more responsibility, by way of batting up the order and bowling more overs to help develop his game.

There are no overseas stats available for this player.

Date of Birth 14/05/2001
Age 21
NationalityBritish
Player StatusAvailable
Playing RoleBatting All-Rounder (Spin)
Player Status Available
Bowling Style RA Off Spin
Batting Style RH Top Order Bat
Entry Route British Passport
Major Teams Maratha Arabians, Horowhenua Kapiti U19s, Karachi U19s, Northamptonshire U17s, U16s, Middlesex U15s

Umer Zeeshan Lohya is an emerging talent looking to break into professional cricket. He has already featured for Maratha Arabians during the 2019 T10 tournament rubbing shoulders with the likes of Yuvraj Singh, Dasun Shanaka, Chris Lynn, DJ Bravo, Lasith Malinga, and head coach, Andy Flower.

Holder of a British Passport, the Hertfordshire-based all-rounder of Pakistan origin, boasts an impressive youth career to date, and is now looking to make the transition into ECB Premier League, then Franchise cricket.

A top-order batter who bowls off-spin, Lohya has played age-group representative cricket in Pakistan (Karachi U19s), New Zealand (Horowhenua Kapiti U19s), and England (Northamptonshire U17s, U16s, Middlesex U15s).

Over the past few seasons, he has played his club cricket for Totteridge Millhillians – a combination of first and second eleven cricket.

For 2022, he is looking to move clubs to take on more responsibility, by way of batting up the order and bowling more overs to help develop his game.

There are no overseas stats available for this player.

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