Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited cricket team

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The Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited cricket team, sponsored by Pakistan Telecommunication Company Ltd, played first-class cricket in Pakistan from 2003-04 to 2005-06, competing in the Patron's Trophy.

First-class playing record[edit]

Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited played six matches in 2003-04, winning two and drawing four.

In 2004-05 they played five matches in the group stage, winning three, losing one and drawing one. They progressed to the semi-finals, losing on the first innings by 25 runs to Habib Bank Limited.[1]

In 2005-06 they played four matches in the group stage, winning two and drawing two. They progressed to the quadrangular stage, where they were unable to win any of their three matches.[2]

In all they played 19 matches, winning seven, losing three and drawing nine.

Leading players[edit]

Azhar Zaidi played all 19 matches and scored the most runs, 1242 at an average of 46.00,[3] and hit the highest score, 159, in an innings victory over Karachi Port Trust.[4] Shehzad Malik scored 1198 runs in 18 matches at 54.45.[5] The leading bowler was Riaz Afridi, who took 77 wickets at 22.54 in 15 matches,[6] and also had the best figures, 7 for 78 against National Bank of Pakistan in 2005-06.[7]

List A cricket[edit]

Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited also played List A matches from 2003 to 2006. They played 14 matches, winning eight and losing six.[8]

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