Mazhar-ul-Islam (died 1978), also known by his nickname Damaal, was a cricketer who represented the East Pakistan cricket team in four first-class matches during the 1950s. He was born in Bikrampur, near Dacca.
Mazhar made his 1st class debut against Vinoo Mankad's Indian team at Chittagong in December 1954. He opened the batting for the East Pakistan side, scoring 3 and 8 in the match. In his next 1st class match in January 1956, against MCC, he made 9 and 20 in the match before falling to Tony Lock, who returned match figures of 11/17, on both occasions.
In January 1958, Mazhar played in two Quaid-e-Azam Trophy matches for East Pakistan 'B' in Dacca. He made his highest 1st class score of 35 against East Pakistan 'A', as East Pakistan 'B' won by an innings. The following week East Pakistan 'B' were beaten by Dacca University, with Mazhar scoring 6 & 11. This was his last 1st class match.
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