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Management of Pakistan Cricket Board condoles the death of Mr. Nauman Habib
Lahore October 11, 2011: Management of Pakistan Cricket Board condoles the death of Mr. Nauman Habib—first class cricketer and medium fast bowler from Peshawar.
Nauman played his last match representing Peshawar from 6-9 October 2011 at Arbab Niaz Stadium, Peshawar ground against Multan in which he was the leading bowler and claimed 7 wickets in the match. He also represented Peshawar Panthers in recently concluded Faysal Bank T20 Tournament.
Mr. Zakir Khan, Director Cricket Operations (Domestic) said, “He was a talented cricketer. We pray for the departed soul and share the grief of his family”.