A Pakistani import, Khurram Chohan had a couple of solid seasons in Pakistan's domestic cricket leagues before emigrating to Canada. His fast-medium seamers soon caught the selectors' attention and he played his first match for the national side in a limited-overs game against Jamaica at Georgetown in November 2008. He was included in Canada's squad for the World Cup Qualifiers in South Africa in early 2009 and proved one of their more consistent bowlers, picking up 15 wickets in the course of the tournament. He was one of six players to receive central contracts later that year, and though he is now on the wrong side of 30 he remains a valuable asset to Canadian cricket. Cricinfo