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About Rvel
I am a Lahore-based journalist with a passion for sports, particularly cricket. Currently, I work as a journalist for both Cricwick and ESPNcricinfo, where I cover various aspects of the game, including live ball-by-ball commentary, match analysis, player interviews, and news updates
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CPL week 5: Amazon Warriors dominate, Tallawahs sneak into playoffs

01 Oct 2023  |  www.espn.in
The league stage of CPL 2023 concluded with the Jamaica Tallawahs securing the final playoff spot and the Guyana Amazon Warriors finishing at the top of the points table. The Trinbago Knight Riders and Saint Lucia Kings also made it to the playoffs. The Barbados Royals had a disappointing season, finishing at the bottom. Key performances included Bhanuka Rajapaksa's 86 for the Kings, Mohammad Amir's pivotal wickets for the Tallawahs, and Alex Hales' unbeaten 119. The playoffs will see the Kings face the Tallawahs in the Eliminator, while the Amazon Warriors will play the Knight Riders in Qualifier 1.

Sixth time's the charm for Amazon Warriors as Ayub, Tahir, Pretorius take the honours

01 Oct 2023  |  www.espn.in
Guyana Amazon Warriors clinched their first Caribbean Premier League (CPL) title in six attempts, with standout performances from Saim Ayub, Imran Tahir, and Dwaine Pretorius. The final week saw Jamaica Tallawahs continue their resurgence, only to be knocked out by the Amazon Warriors in Qualifier 2. The Warriors then dominated the final against Trinbago Knight Riders, with Pretorius and Tahir leading the bowling attack and Ayub sealing the victory with an unbeaten 52. The Warriors' success was marked by top individual performances, with Ayub and Pretorius finishing as the second-highest run-scorer and leading wicket-taker, respectively.

CPL 3rd week round-up: Royals' fluctuating fortunes continue; Patriots still winless

11 Sep 2023  |  www.espn.in
The third week of the CPL saw intense competition with Guyana Amazon Warriors, Trinbago Knight Riders, and Barbados Royals each collecting seven points. The Amazon Warriors remain unbeaten, while the St Kitts and Nevis Patriots are still winless. The Barbados Royals experienced fluctuating fortunes, including a heavy defeat to the Knight Riders and a strong comeback against the Jamaica Tallawahs. Standout performances included Martin Guptill's century and Rahkeem Cornwall's power-hitting. St Lucia Kings, under Sikandar Raza's leadership, continued their strong run, while the Trinbago Knight Riders clinched a nail-biting win against the Tallawahs. The Patriots' struggles persisted despite notable individual performances.

CPL 2023 week one: King provides feast before rain ruins weekend plans

24 Aug 2023  |  ESPNcricinfo
The article provides a summary of the first week of the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) cricket season. It highlights the performance of players like Brandon King and Imad Wasim, and teams such as Jamaica Tallawahs and St Lucia Kings. The article describes individual matches, including the Kings' comeback win against Barbados Royals and the unfortunate rain disruptions during the weekend games. It captures the excitement of the CPL, the standout performances, and the impact of weather on the tournament.

CPL 2023 week one: King provides feast before rain ruins weekend plans

21 Aug 2023  |  espn.in
Matthew Forde's excellent bowling performance with figures of 3 for 12 helped the Kings dominate early in the game, while Nyeem Young's resistance with a score of 48 off 39 was a highlight for the Royals. Jason Holder also performed well, taking four wickets. However, the weekend's Caribbean Premier League matches were heavily disrupted by rain, with games on both Saturday and Sunday being abandoned due to the weather, leading to points being split among the teams.

Not too much rides on this T20I series in an ODI World Cup year, but expect plenty of intrigue nonetheless

12 Jul 2023  |  ESPNcricinfo
Pakistan and Afghanistan are set to play a T20I series, which is significant despite not being directly related to the ODI World Cup year. The series is seen as a potential start to regular cricketing ties between the two nations. Afghanistan's ODI series against Australia was canceled due to concerns over women's cricket restrictions in Afghanistan. Pakistan, playing without some key players, faces a strong Afghan side that has recently performed well, including a series win over the UAE and a good run in the 2022 Asia Cup. The article highlights individual players from both teams, such as Fazalhaq Farooqi, Imad Wasim, and Mohammad Nabi, and discusses the potential impact of the series on Afghanistan's cricketing reputation. Weather conditions are also mentioned as a factor that could influence the performance of the fast bowlers.

Afghanistan look to spring a surprise against Shadab-led Pakistan

23 Mar 2023  |  www.espn.in
The first bilateral T20 series between Afghanistan and Pakistan promises to strengthen cricketing ties despite volatile political relations. Afghanistan, originally set to play Australia, now faces a Shadab Khan-led Pakistan team missing key players. Afghanistan, buoyed by recent successes, aims to leverage its potent bowling attack and experienced batting lineup against a young Pakistan side. Key players include Fazalhaq Farooqi, Shaheen Afridi, and Imad Wasim. The series offers Afghanistan a chance to enhance its reputation among Full Members, with emotions expected to run high given past tensions between the teams.

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My work with Cricingif.com (Top cricket website in Pakistan, Pakistan Cricket Board and Pakistan Super League's media partner) Working as a writer, editor and commentator

PSL 2020: A Season Thrown Into Doubt Amid COVID-19 Crisis

29 Mar 2020  |  www.dawn.com
The article discusses the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2020 season. It highlights the challenges faced by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) in hosting the tournament amidst the health crisis, including the decision to play matches behind closed doors and the eventual postponement of the event. The suspected coronavirus case of cricketer Alex Hales and the increasing number of cases in Pakistan led to the abrupt suspension of the league. The article also touches upon the financial implications for PCB and the uncertainty surrounding the resumption of the PSL. It mentions the packed cricket schedule, including the Indian Premier League (IPL) and international tours, which complicates the rescheduling of the PSL. The possibility of declaring Multan Sultans, the table-toppers, as winners is considered, but this could face opposition from other franchises.

Coronavirus and the future of PSL V’s marquee games

29 Mar 2020  |  www.dawn.com
The novel coronavirus pandemic has significantly impacted the Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2020, leading to the postponement of the tournament's final stages. Despite efforts by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to continue the event, increasing COVID-19 cases and travel restrictions forced the cancellation of the remaining matches. The PSL 5, which marked the league's return to Pakistan, was initially successful with high attendance and competitive matches. However, the future of the tournament remains uncertain due to a packed cricket calendar and logistical challenges. Declaring the current table-toppers, Multan Sultans, as winners is considered but may face opposition from other franchises.

PCB's new domestic structure: Improvement at the price of unemployment?

25 Feb 2020  |  The Express Tribune
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has overhauled its domestic cricket structure, replacing the old departmental system with a new regional model featuring six provincial teams. This change aims to decentralize administration and improve player quality but has led to significant unemployment among cricketers. Critics, including Javed Miandad and Mohammad Hafeez, argue that the new system deprives many players of opportunities and financial stability. The new structure offers better pay for selected players but raises concerns about merit-based selection and long-term financial sustainability. The model draws inspiration from Australia's Sheffield Shield but faces challenges due to Pakistan's larger population.

PCB's new domestic structure: Improvement at the price of unemployment?

25 Feb 2020  |  The Express Tribune
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has overhauled its domestic cricket structure, replacing the old departmental system with a new regional model featuring six provincial teams. This change aims to decentralize administration and improve player quality but has led to significant unemployment among cricketers. Critics, including Javed Miandad and Mohammad Hafeez, argue that the new system deprives many players of opportunities and financial stability. The new structure offers better pay for selected players but raises concerns about merit-based recruitment and long-term financial sustainability. The model is inspired by Australia's Sheffield Shield but may not be suitable for Pakistan's larger population.

Cricket's evolution continues: T10 is in the town

15 Dec 2017  |  The Nation
Cricket's latest format, the T10 league, featuring 10 overs per side, has commenced at Sharjah Cricket Stadium and will run until December 17. The format has sparked debate among cricket enthusiasts, with some expressing concerns about its impact on the sport's integrity and the popularity of existing leagues like PSL. The tournament includes prominent players such as Shahid Afridi, M Amir, and Eoin Morgan, who sees potential for T10 in the Olympics. Despite initial resistance, the league's president, Salman Iqbal, is confident about its future, with plans for expansion in the coming years.

Worked as an editor and writer at Sports Desk of The Nation Newspaper

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