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PSL 2023: Billings, Jordan to join Lahore Qalandars as Shai Hope departs

Two youthful English wicket-attendant hitters Jordan Cox and Sam Billings will join the Lahore Qalandars’ crew on February 23, and 25 individually, the establishment media administrator shared on Tuesday.

PSL 2023: Billings, Jordan to join Lahore Qalandars as Shai Trust leaves
Wicket-manager hitter Jordan Cox was addressing the Britain Lions against Sri Lanka An in an ODI series that closed on Tuesday. He would join the Qalanaders crew on February 23, while Sam Billings would arrive at Lahore on February 25.

In the interim, wicket-manager hitter Shai Trust would withdraw from Pakistan to join the West Indies group after he was named as the new skipper of the West Indies ODI group. The wicket-guardian player scored 47 runs in Qalandars’ triumph against Warriors on Tuesday.

In a presser after his last round of the time, Trust said he delighted in playing in PSL, adding that the association has extremely elevated expectations. “I partook in my time here. It is a fabulous competition and I lived it up at Qalandars’ camp. I desire to go along with them back soon,” he said.

Qalandars back with a bang

Subsequent to experiencing a 67-run misfortune against Karachi Rulers on Sunday, the Qalandars returned emphatically with a 63-run triumph against Quetta Fighters at Karachi’s Public Bank Cricket Field (NBCA) on Tuesday.

The Qalanders batted brilliantly and scored 198 in their 20 overs, and restricted Quetta to 135.

For his brilliant spell of 3 for 22, the Qalandars’ skipper Shaheen Afridi was named the player of the match.

Qalandars will presently make a trip to their home ground to play the remainder of their association games. They have up to this point won two out of three games in this competition, and are in the second right on the money the focuses table as of now.

They began their PSL 8 mission on a triumphant note against Multan Rulers at their home ground. They went to Karachi to play their next game against the home side, where they lost by 67 runs.

Their aggregate exhibition in the third game on Tuesday procured them a persuading triumph against Fighters.

Qalandars will leave for Lahore tomorrow.


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