Imran and Munro confirmed as Pakistan Junior League team mentors

During the first Pakistan Junior League, six teams will compete at the Gaddafi Stadium under the tutelage of South Africa’s highly regarded wrist spinner Imran Tahir and New Zealand’s T20 specialist Colin Munro.

Imran and Munro will join Daren Sammy, Shahid Afridi, and Shoaib Malik as mentors. We will announce the sixth team mentor as soon as he or she has been appointed. As soon as the team naming rights have been confirmed, the sides of these celebrated former international stars will be allocated.

Javed Miandad will serve as the tournament’s overall mentor and will assist the mentors of the six sides and the players.

As a result of his participation in the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 1998 with Pakistan, Imran moved to South Africa in 2005, where he made his international debut for the Proteas in 2011. In twenty Tests, 107 One Day Internationals, and 38 Twenty20 Internationals, he has taken 57 wickets. Multan Sultans have represented him in the HBL PSL twice (2018 and 2020).

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Over the course of his 65-match career with New Zealand, Munro scored three centuries in T20Is and 11 half-centuries, including a 14-ball 50 against Sri Lanka. As well as playing 57 Tests, he also played 57 One Day Internationals, scoring 1,271 runs. Having represented Karachi Kings in the 2019 HBL PSL, he has been on the Islamabad United roster since 2020.

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