Full name Anis-ul-Ghani
Born February 18, 1939, Badayun, Uttar Pradesh, India
Died December 16, 2005, Florida, United States of America (aged 66 years 301 days)
Major teams Karachi, Karachi C, Karachi Cricket Association Greens, Karachi Whites, Pakistan Eaglets, Pakistan Universities, Public Works Department
Batting style Right-hand bat
|First-class span||1955/56 - 1971/72|
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack obituary
ANIS-UL-GHANI, who died in Florida on December 15, 2005, aged 66, was a Pakistani right-hand batsman and excellent fielder. He made his only century for Karachi in the 1957-58 Quaid-e-Azam Trophy final. Four of his brothers also played first-class cricket: one, the all-rounder Nasim-ul-Ghani, won 29 Test caps.
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