Tuesday , May 26 2020

Suspension extended by 6 weeks for Ahmed Shehzad

Ahmed Shehzad’s suspension increased by another six weeks.

The first batsmen played seven club matches at Muslim Gymkhana during his period of suspension.

Previously, cricketer Ahmad Shahzad was banned by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) for full four months after he was tested positive for a dope test that was conducted during a domestic match earlier in the June 2018.

In the next month an independent board confirmed the test that Shehzad used something that was not allowed and he was suspended as a result of that charge. However the suspension came into effect towards the end of the July 2018.

Shehzad’s suspension would have ended by now but he failed to follow rules and as a result of violation his suspension is extended by another six weeks.

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