Nazir Ali

Full name:Syed Nazir Ali
Born:8th June 1906, Jullundur (now Jalandhar), Punjab, India
Died:18th February 1975, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
Batting:Right-hand batsman
Bowling:Right-arm fast-medium
Clubs:London University
Relations:Brother: S Wazir Ali; Nephew: Khalid Wazir; Son: Asif Nazir
Teams:India (Test: 1932-1933/34); Muslims (Main FC: 1923/24-1940/41); Southern Punjab (Main FC: 1926/27-1941/42); Northern India (Main FC: 1926/27); Patiala (Main FC: 1926/27-1933/34); Sussex (Main FC: 1927); Hindus and Muslims (Other FC: 1926/27); Indians (Other FC: 1926/27-1932); India (Other FC: 1926/27-1933/34); Aligarh Muslim University Past and Present (Other FC: 1926/27-1931/32); KS Ghanshyamsinhji of Limbdi's XII (Other FC: 1931/32); Viceroy's XI (Other FC: 1931/32-1940/41); Roshanara Club (Other FC: 1932/33); Nawab of Moin-ud-Dowlah's XI (Other FC: 1933/34); Retrievers (Other FC: 1934/35); Maharaja of Patiala's XI (Other FC: 1935/36); United Provinces Governor's XI (Other FC: 1941/42); Punjab Governor's XI (Pakistan) (Other FC: 1947/48); Hasan Mahmood's XI (Other FC: 1953/54); All teams
Club Cricket Conference cap: 1929
Lists of matches and more detailed statistics

Test Career Batting and Fielding (1932-1933/34)
India24030137.50 000
Test Career Bowling (1933/34)
India13818344-8320.75 0034.50 3.60

First-Class Career Batting and Fielding (1923/24-1953/54)
Overall751228344019730.17 71548
First-Class Career Bowling (1923/24-1947/48)
Overall837229640281587-9325.49 6055.44 2.72





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