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Allied Bank Limited cricket team

Allied Bank Limited cricket team were a first-class cricket side that competed in Pakistani domestic cricket from 1978-79 to 2004-05. They were sponsored by Allied Bank Limited.

They played 116 first-class matches, with 43 wins, 31 losses and 42 draws.[1] They beat Pakistan International Airlines in the final of the Patron's Trophy in 1994-95.[2]

The highest score for Allied Bank Limited was 300 by Rameez Raja against Habib Bank Limited in 1994-95.[3] The best innings bowling figures were 9 for 51 by Aaqib Javed against Habib Bank Limited in 1996-97.[4]

Honours

  • Patron's Trophy (1)
  • 1994–95

References

  1. ^ Allied Bank Limited playing record
  2. ^ Allied Bank Limited v Pakistan International Airlines 1994-95
  3. ^ Highest scores for Allied Bank Limited
  4. ^ Best bowling for Allied Bank Limited

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