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PSL 7: Players exit continues, this time for Peshawar Zalmi

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Two players from the Peshawar Zalmi camp have departed from the ongoing season of the Pakistan Super League (PSL7). Tom Kohler Cadmore from England and Sherfane Rutherford from West Indies are the latest set of foreign players to leave the League.

Cadmore was tending to injuries and was kept away from playing. Now the batter has decided to leave the tournament early and has already left the bubble. On the other hand, Sherfane Rutherford has cited personal reasons for the exit and has united with his family. Rutherford hasn’t missed a single match since the start of the tournament.

Many foreign players have left the competition mid-tournament, especially in the Lahore leg. Earlier Ben Duckett and Luke Wood of Quetta Gladiators returned home after calling it off. Alex Hales of Islamabad also pulled out of the tournament due to bubble fatigue. The Afghanistan players will soon leave owing to national commitments.

As far as replacement is concerned, Benny Howell, the English all-rounder has been inducted into the team in place of the West Indian player. Howell has also played the Bangladesh Premier League for Chattogram Challengers recently. Peshawar Zalmi has already qualified for the knock-offs and has one more game left in the round-robin stage. Peshawar Zalmi will play Lahore Qalandars on Monday 21st February at 7:30 PM PST.

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