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National Bank of Pakistan cricket team

National Bank of Pakistan
Captain: Fawad Alam
Owner: National Bank of Pakistan
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National Bank of Pakistan cricket team, sponsored by the National Bank of Pakistan, is a first-class cricket side, one of the most successful in Pakistani domestic cricket. They have won each of the three major trophies at least once and have achieved 14 tournament wins in total.

They have played first-class cricket since the 1969-70 season. Up to late January 2014, of 374 matches they have won 162, lost 62 and drawn 150.[1] Many stars of Pakistani cricket have played for the team, including Inzamam-ul-Haq, Mushtaq Ahmed and Waqar Younis.


  • Quaid-e-Azam Trophy (5)
  • 1975-76
  • 1978-79
  • 1981-82
  • 1983-84
  • 1986-87
  • Patron's Trophy (6)
  • 1974-75
  • 1975-76
  • 1978-79
  • 1986-87
  • 2001-02
  • 2005-06
  • Pentangular Trophy (3)
  • 1974-75
  • 1994-95
  • 2005-06


  1. ^ National Bank of Pakistan first-class playing record

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