Pakistan pacer Haris Rauf will turn up for Yorkshire as their abroad player for a time of the 2022 season. The declaration comes as a feature of a recently stamped trade program with Pakistan Super League establishment Lahore Qalandars, to empower “more available pathways to cricket for hopeful players from all foundations across Yorkshire.”
The province likewise needs to “gain from and copy Lahore Qalandars’ Players Development Program (PDP)” which hopes to scout and upskill players from across Pakistan. Hairs Rauf, who was picked at a preliminary in Gujranwala and has gone to address both Qalandars and Pakistan, is their greatest example of overcoming adversity.
Qalandars have a comparable association with Big Bash League establishment Melbourne Stars, an establishment that Rauf plays for and which additionally saw a youthful Syed Faridoun debut this time around.
“I’m excited to welcome the astoundingly gifted Haris Rauf to our club,” Darren Gough, interval Managing Director of Yorkshire Cricket, said. “I’m additionally energized by the chance to gain from the rousing Players Development Program. I have spoken in the past with regards to my enthusiasm for creating available pathways to cricket – for some individuals from a foundation like mine, cricket isn’t viewed as a choice, with the related expenses and admittance to offices making genuine boundaries to passage. This association is a chance to take the outline the Qalandars has created to such a triumph and work with them to characterize how that can be utilized to give admittance to likely players from across Yorkshire.”
Sameen Rana, the Chief Operating Officer of Lahore Qalandars, said: “We are staggeringly pleased with our Players Development Program and our more extensive group in Lahore. The Program decidedly affects both our club and those involved. We are anticipating working with Darren, Lord Patel and the group as they hope to make a comprehensive and inviting society for all at Yorkshire County Cricket Club.”