Hamza Ali, English cricketer, Died at 20

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Hamza Sultan Ali was born on August 8,1995 and died on June 9, 2016.

He was an English cricketer.

He had played for Hampshire, MCC Young Cricketers, and Rawalpindi Rams.

He was a Primarily right arm fast medium bowler, Hamza also batted right handed.

He attended City Academy Bristol and Filton Sixth Form College.

He played for years for Stapleton Cricket Club, Ali and his father.

Hamza played for Downend Cricket Club and Omar Associates in the Patron’s Trophy Grade II, in 2005.

He made a List of debut in 2014/15 for Rawalpindi Rams against National Bank of Pakistan; Ali took 4/39 from 8.3 overs.

In the 2015 season, Ali made two appearances for Hampshire Second XI, and he made his first-class debut in April 2016 in a pre-season match for Hampshire against Cardiff MCCU, taking 2/47.

Hamza Ali also represented the MCC Young Cricketers, with his last appearance for them being in a Second XI Championship match against Sussex Second XI; Ali scored 44 and took 4/39 in the first innings of the match.

Hamza Ali passed away at 20 yrs old.

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