PCB mourns passing of Aftab Baloch

LAHORE – The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Monday expressed its sadness on the death of Aftab Baloch, who made his Test debut at the age of 16 against New Zealand in Dhaka in 1969. He was 69. Aftab scored 25 in his only innings in the drawn Test and had to wait for six years for his second and final Test in which he scored 12 and 60 not out against the West Indies in Lahore. PCB Chairman Ramiz Raja said: “I am deeply saddened to hear the passing of Aftab Baloch.  On behalf of the PCB, I would like to pass our condolences to his family, close friends and the SCA at this difficult time.” 

 

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