Khizer Hayat

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Khizer Hayat (born 5 January 1939) is a Pakistan first-class cricketer and later Test match and ODI umpire.

Khizer Hayat was born in Lahore, then in the Punjab in British India. Before becoming an umpire, he played in 21 first-class matches. He played once for Punjab A in January 1957, in the 1956/7 Quaid-e-Azam Trophy against Pakistan Railways, and bagged a pair. He then played for Pakistan Railways in January 1960, in their 1959/60 Quaid-e-Azam Trophy quarter-final match against Lahore, making small scores. He played twice for a combined Railways and Quetta team in January 1961, helping them to win the semi-final and final of the 1960/1 Ayub Trophy, contributing an unbeaten half-century (52*) to their winning first-innings score of 468 in the final. He played as a wicket-keeper for Pakistan Railways in 1961/2 to 1964/5, scoring 121 against Pakistan Universities in December 1962, and bowling 10 balls against Karachi Blues in a losing match in March 1964. He surrendered the gloves to Ijaz Hussain from December 1964, and captained Railways against Sargodha, a combined Punjab University and Lahore Education Board team and Lahore Greens in 1964/5, making 58 in the last match. He played for Pakistan Railways Greens against Karachi University and Karachi Blues in April 1966, bowling a few overs in both matches. He returned to play a final two matches for Railways, against Hyderabad and Karachi Blues in January 1968, under the captaincy of Arif Butt.

In all, he scored 539...
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