Full name Naved Arif Gondal
Born November 2, 1981, Mandi Bahauddin, Punjab
Current age 33 years 272 days
Major teams Gujranwala Cricket Association, Sialkot, Sialkot Stallions, Sussex
Batting style Left-hand bat
Bowling style Left-arm medium-fast
|Last First-class||Warwickshire v Sussex at Birmingham, Jul 12-15, 2012 scorecard|
|List A debut||2002/03|
|Last List A||Sussex v Derbyshire at Horsham, Jun 10, 2012 scorecard|
|Twenty20 debut||Karachi Zebras v Sialkot Stallions at Lahore, May 25, 2009 scorecard|
|Last Twenty20||Lahore Lions v Sialkot Stallions at Lahore, Dec 7, 2012 scorecard|
|Bat & Bowl||Team||Opposition||Ground||Match Date||Scorecard|
|1/29||S Stallions||v Lahore Lions||Lahore||7 Dec 2012||T20|
|1/27||S Stallions||v Falcons||Lahore||6 Dec 2012||T20|
|1/51, 52*, 2/42, 12||Sussx 2nd XI||v Middx 2nd XI||Horsham||21 Aug 2012||Other|
|9, 0/25||Sussx 2nd XI||v Middx 2nd XI||Birdham||30 Jul 2012||Other OD|
|0/53, 0||Sussex||v Warwickshire||Birmingham||12 Jul 2012||FC|
|0/23||Sussx 2nd XI||v Glouc 2nd XI||Hove||2 Jul 2012||Other OD|
|8, 0/28||Sussx 2nd XI||v England U19||Arundel||30 Jun 2012||Other T20|
|7, 1/27||Sussx 2nd XI||v Essex 2nd XI||Arundel||30 Jun 2012||Other T20|
|0/16||Sussex||v Essex||Chelmsford||28 Jun 2012||T20|
|-||Sussex||v Derbyshire||Horsham||10 Jun 2012||LA|
Naved Arif is a left-arm paceman who signed for Sussex in 2011. Thanks to a Danish wife he is not classed an overseas player and took 15 wickets in his first four first-class matches in England. He began his career with Gujranwala Cricket Association in Pakistan and made his first-class debut in 2002 against Hyderabad, taking 5 for 28. He has also played for Sailkot in Pakistan and played Lancashire league cricket for Rawtenstall Cricket Club the season before Sussex signed him. It was at Rawtenstall where he apparently earned his nickname 'Barry' (as in the Great Barry Arif) that Sussex have since adopted.
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