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Hobart Hurricanes Extends Qais Ahmad Contract

The Hobart Hurricanes on Thursday announced that Afghanistan leg spinner Qais Ahmad has been given an extension for the upcoming Australia’s domestic T20 Big Bash League.

He was called into the team as a replacement for Tymal Mills in last year’s edition of the tournament.



While he managed to take seven wickets in three matches, including a three-wicket haul in the semi-final against the Melbourne Stars where he took the wickets of the  Nic Maddinson, Peter Handscomb, and Marcus Stoinis.

“I’m thrilled to be returning to the Hobart Hurricanes for a full season after a great start there last summer,” Qais said in an official statement.

“It’s clear to me that this team has succeeded in them and I can’t wait to be apart of that in front of the fans in Tasmania” he added.



 Adam Griffith said it was an easy decision to bring the bowler back into the squad after seeing his performance in the previous edition of the BBL.

“He spins the ball well both ways for someone so young and provides a level of energy that we like in the field’ we know the fans are going to enjoy having him around for a full season,” Griffith said.

BBL is scheduled to start from December 17, 2019. Hobart Hurricanes will face Sydney Sixers in their first of the tournament.



Hobart Hurricanes Extends Qais Ahmad Contract


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