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PCB declines to issue NOC to Usama Mir for T20 Blast 2024

Usama Mir is one of the players who signed three-year central contracts with the PCB.

Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) declined to issue leg-spinner Usama Mir a No-Objection Certificate (NOC) to participate in the T20 Blast.

Usama Mir had to represent Worcestershire Rapids in the tournament and was expected to be available throughout, having been dropped out of Pakistan’s T20 World Cup squad.

According to an ESPNcricinfo report, the PCB rejected his application for an NOC.

Usama Mir is one of the players who signed three-year central contracts with the PCB.

Under the terms of the contract, all centrally contracted players are allowed to participate in two franchise T20 leagues in addition to the Pakistan Super League (PSL) per season.

This means the 28-year-old leg spinner is ineligible to participate in any further T20 leagues during his current contractual period, which extends from July 1, 2023, to June 30, 2024.

Saman Siddiqui

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