KARACHI - Karachi pacer Muhammad Sami who was barred by the PCB from playing in domestic cricket because of his affiliation with Indian Cricket League made his reentry into national cricket when he played for Karachi Whites in the Quaid Trophy match against SNGPL here Friday at NBP ground. His appearance was possible after the Sindh High Court while hearing a petition filed by him against the ban ruled that players who were contracted to play in the alleged rebel Indian Cricket league could play in the domestic cricket. The PCB which had taken a tough stance on the ban on ICL players from playing in domestic cricket also relented after the court ruling and allowed the players to play for their respective teams in the Quaid Trophy. Other ICL contracted players Hasan Raza, Abdul Razzak and Rana Naveedul Hasan also appeared for their teams in the Quaid Trophy. Karachi Whites which lost its last match against Wapda in a sensational manner did not do well in its first innings when they were bowled out for 121 in just 41 overs. Samiullah Niazi and Imran Ali of SNGPL shared seven wickets.Samiullah took three for 26 and Imran Ali four for 48. Adnan Baig top scored for Karachi with unbeaten 50 scored in 71 balls hitting eight fours. At the draw of stumps on the first day SNGPL had replied with 132 for two with Muhammad Smi had taken one of the two wickets giving away 32 runs. Muhammad Hafeez scored 74 and Umar Akmal 33 for the Gas company.