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CRICKET - Women01 Oct 2022

No change in ODI positions: South Africa overtake the West Indies in T20Is
Sports Bulletin Report Dubai (UAE):-Australia have established a record margin at the top of the ICC Women’s ODI Team Rankings while also increasing their lead in the ICC Women’s T20I Team Rankings, after the annual update carried out on Saturday. Australia have stretched their lead over South Africa from 48 to 51 rating points in the ODI rankings, which is the biggest lead ever by any international men’s or women’s side in any form of the game, while their lead over second-placed T20I team England has increased from 14 to 18 rating points. There is no change of positions in the ODI rankings in the latest update, which expunges results from the 2018-19 season, weights the 2019-20 and 2020-2021 seasons at 50 per cent and the 2021-22 matches at 100 per cent. Australia have gained three rating points and sit comfortably at 170, with South Africa (119), England (116), India (104) and New Zealand (101) the other teams holding three-figure rating points. In T20Is, Australia are on 299 rating points, stretching their lead over second-placed England from 14 to 18 rating points. New Zealand and India maintain their third and fourth positions, while South Africa have overtaken the West Indies to fifth position. In other notable movements, Tanzania and Nepal have progressed two slots each to reach 15th and 16th positions, respectively, Namibia have moved up from 21st to 17th and Hong Kong from 24th to 20th. Jersey (up from 28th to 22nd), Italy (up from 38th to 28th) and Mozambique (up from 45th to 33rd) are some of the other big movers in the update. Meanwhile, the number of ranked teams has fallen from 60 to 48 with eight teams not having played at all over the past three years and four others not meeting the requirement of six matches. China, Fiji, Japan, Mali, Myanmar, Samoa, South Korea and Vanuatu have not played during this period while Indonesia, Mexico, Norway and Papua New Guinea (PNG) have played less than six matches. ODIs (No change in rankings): Ranking Team New Rating Old Rating Change 1 Australia 170 167 3 2 South Africa 119 119 0 3 England 117 116 1 4 India 104 103 1 5 New Zealand 101 98 3 6 West Indies 97 91 6 7 Bangladesh 78 78 0 8 Pakistan 59 65 6 9 Ireland 47 47 0 10 Sri Lanka 44 45 1 11 Zimbabwe 0 0 0      
 Women's Asia Cup 2022: No DRS during the tournament
BIPIN DANI The batters, bowlers and the fielders participating in the Women's Asia Cup will have no opportunity to challenge the umpire's decision on out and not out. The Women's Asia Cup 2022 which is commencing in Bangladesh from October 1 will have no DRS (Decision Review System), it is confirmed by Towhid Mahmood, the Tournament Director. The decision to not have the DRS facilities has been taken in view of the high cost involved and also not the ICC's Elite Panel umpires and match referees will be officiating in this tournament. Generally, the DRS is used when the ICC's Elite Panel match officials are functioning. "All the match officials- umpires and match-referees are women in this Women's Asia Cup", he added. There have been no major changes in the Playing Conditions, it is learnt. The new changes in the laws coming into play from October 1 will be effective in this Women's Asia Cup. In a 15-day tournament this year, the UAE team will be making their first appearance in the competition. They were victorious against Malaysia in the final of the Asian Cricket Council (ACC) Women's T20 Championship, the qualifying event for the tournament proper. Bangladesh are the current Asia Cup holders, having beaten India in a tight final in Kuala Lumpur in 2018.  

CRICKET - Int News01 Oct 2022

England bounce back in T20 Series, Salt smashes 88 not out in 41 balls
SPORTS BULLETIN REPORT Lahore:-An unbeaten innings of 88 runs by English batter Phil Salt played a vital role in the England’s win that leveled the T20 bilateral cricket series 3-3 of the 7 fixtures at Gaddafi Stadium Lahore on Friday night. A sparkling innings with a strike rate of 214.63 including 13 fours and three huge sixes after facing only 41 balls, Salt had no mercy for any bowler and hit strokes bravely all around the ground and got full advantage in the first 6 overs field restrictions. Both opener Salt and Hales plundered 55 runs in 3.5 overs for the first wicket. The England openers were sensational in the powerplay, smoking the Pakistan bowlers all around the park and had accumulated 50 by the end of the third over – with Salt on 26 off 10 and Hales having blasted 23 runs off just eight balls. A wise introduction of Shadab Khan in the fourth over promised to turn the run chase on its head as the leg-spinner removed Hales on the fifth ball of the over that gave away only five runs, but Salt was unstoppable at the other end and dispatched Mohammad Nawaz for three fours and a six in the fifth over. Malan then got two boundaries off Mohammad Wasim Jnr in the sixth over, one off the edge and the other through a beautiful drive through covers as England finished the powerplay with 82 for one. Salt’s assault continued as he reached 50 in only 19 balls on the second ball of the seventh over – after having whacked Aamir Jamal, the hero of the previous T20I, for a four through covers on the previous ball. With Malan providing support from the other end, Salt continued his onslaught. Malan was LBW in the 10th over off Shadab with England just 42 runs away from the target. Ben Duckett, who has had a phenomenal series with the bat but couldn’t fire in the last match, ensured England’s run-rate never dropped and made 26 not out off only 16. Salt finished with 13 fours and three sixes next to his name in his undefeated 41-ball innings. Earlier, England skipper Moeen Ali after winning the toss for the fifth time in the series opted to chase, having made two changes to his side with Mark Wood and Chris Woakes being replaced by Reece Topley and Richard Gleeson. Despite a bad start to their innings with debutant Mohammad Haris and Shan Masood out by 3.2 overs, Pakistan, courtesy a fantastic 87 not out at a strike rate of 147 from captain Babar Azam, posted a respectable 169 for six in allotted 20 overs. Pakistan could muster only five runs in the first two overs and despite Haris, who replaced injured Mohammad Rizwan in the line-up – swatting Gleeson for a six over his head could not get going as the wicketkeeper was caught at short third-man, attempting a ramp. Shan, shuffling across, was trapped LBW off David Willey and with Pakistan two wickets down for only 15 was when Babar decided to attack the visitors and smashed the left-arm fast bowler for two fours on the last three balls. As Haider started to look good, a short-ball from Sam Curran curtailed his stay in the ninth over that brought Iftikhar Ahmed in the middle. It seemed like Iftikhar had come with the intention of going after Adil Rashid. He picked the leg-spinner’s googly with ease and dispatched it for a boundary between the long-on and deep mid-wicket fielders. The next Adil over – 12th of the innings – he clubbed the ball down the ground for a six. But the highlight of his innings came in the 14th over when he hit Adil for a gigantic six over deep mid-wicket that sent the jam-packed Gaddafi Stadium crowd in a frenzy and brought up Pakistan’s 100. Gleeson started the 16th with long-on and long-off up in what seemed like a challenge thrown to Asif to test his batting skills against short-pitched balls. Asif smashed Gleeson for a four over mid-on and two balls later Babar deposited the right-arm pacer over long-on to become the joint fastest, with Virat Kohli, to breach the 3,000-run mark in the format. From this point, the fans were in for a Babar masterclass. The artful strokemaker beautifully worked a full toss over cover for a maximum in the 17th over. Pakistan gathered 19 in the last over, bowled by Topley, and it was Babar who provided the momentum – helping a slower bouncer to the fine-leg boundary on the first ball and drilling the ball in the slot over long-on for a six the next. Mohammad Nawaz added six more to the total with a swat over mid-wicket on the penultimate ball and holed out to long off the final ball. Green Shirts closed their innings at the score of 169 for 6 in 20 overs per innings fixture. Summarised Scorecard: England beat Pakistan by 8 wickets Toss: England won and decided to bowl first Pakistan Batting (169 for 6 in 20 overs): Babar Azam 87 runs not out (balls 59, 4X7, 6X3), Iftikhar Ahmed 31 runs (balls 21, 4X2, 6X2), Haider Ali 18 runs (balls 14, 4X1, 6X1), Mohammad Nawaz 12 runs (balls 7, 4X0, 6X1) England Bowling: Sam Curran (2 for 26), David Willey (2 for 32), Reece Toplay (1 for 31), Richard Gleeson (1 for 39) England Batting (Target 170 in 20 overs): Phil Salt 88 runs not out (balls 41, 4x13, 6x3), Alex Hales 27 runs (balls 12, 4X4, 6X1), Ben Duckett runs 26 not out (balls 16, (4X4, 6X0), Dawid Malan 26 runs (balls 18, 4X5, 6X0) Pakistan Bowling: Shahdab Khan (2 for 34) Player of the match: Phil Salt (England) Next match on Sunday at the same venue
Captains share excitement for inaugural Junior League edition
SPORTS BULLETIN REPORT Lahore (September 30, 2022):- The inaugural edition of the Pakistan Junior League begins in less than a week’s time (Thursday 6 October) at the headquarters of Pakistan cricket Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore. The teams will be beginning their preparations for the tournament this weekend. Before the conclusion of the PCB Pathway Programme earlier this week – almost all local PJL players were involved in the programme, the captains spoke about their excitement of playing the PJL, captaining their side and the life time opportunity of working with some of the greats of the game who are involved as mentors in the league. The mentor roster includes legends of the game Javed Miandad (league mentor), Imran Tahir (Bahawalpur Royals), Shoaib Malik (Gujranwala Giants), Sir Vivian Richards (Gwadar Sharks), Daren Sammy (Hyderabad Hunters), Shahid Afridi (Mardan Warriors) and Colin Munro (Rawalpindi Raiders). Captain Bahawalpur Royals Obaid Shahid: “Being picked and then named captain of Bahawalpur Royals is nothing less than a dream coming true. I am determined to make an impression in the tournament and lead my side with grit, determination and passion. This league is an incredible opportunity for all of us and we are all excited to participate. “Our team mentor is Imran Tahir who despite his age remains one of the fittest players around. Having Imran in the dressing room means a lot to us, we would surely benefit from his presence and his immense experience as a T2o player. He will also inspire us to raise our fitness standard.” Captain Gujranwala Giants Uzair Mumtaz: “I was overjoyed at my selection for the PJL and the honour of captaining Gujranwala Giants. My parents and family is really happy for me and are praying for my success. “Our mentor Shoaib Malik is a legend of the game and his presence will mean a lot to us. We all hope to learn a great deal from him and aspire to make the most of his experience and pedigree. Having Shoaib in the dugout would help us immensely considering his rich T20 experience.” Captain Gwadar Sharks Shamyl Hussain: “It was a big honour to get chosen for the Sharks and then being named the captain was the icing on the cake. I am really excited to deliver for my team as a player and captain. “Having a mentor like Sir Vivian Richards is absolutely incredible, his presence alone will make a big impact in our dugout and we will learn a great deal from his experience and stature in the game.” Captain Hyderabad Hunters Saad Baig: “I am thrilled to captain the Hyderabad Hunters in the Pakistan Junior League. I have made steady progress at the age-group level and this opportunity will help me improve my game further while competing with some of the best U19 talent from around the world. “Our team mentor Daren Sammy is a T20 World Cup winner and has legendary status in the T20 format, we are all looking forward to learning from his vast experience.” Captain Mardan Warriors Abbas Ali: “My family was overjoyed with my selection in the Mardan Warriors team. Captaining the side in the Pakistan Junior League is a fantastic opportunity for me and I want to give my absolute best in the tournament. “Shahid Afridi’s presence as Mardan’s team mentor will be hugely beneficial for us considering his rich experience in the T20 format. Shahid will hopefully inspire us to great success in the tournament.” Captain Rawalpindi Raiders Habibullah: “I am delighted to captain the Rawalpindi Raiders in the Pakistan Junior League. My squad has some exciting talent and I am looking forward to leading them to success in the tournament. “Our team mentor Colin Munro has played T20 cricket around the world and made a big name, as a batter, I am really keen on learning the art of T20 batting from him.” The teams will practice for four days leading up to the tournament opener between Gujranwala Giants and Mardan Warriors which will be played from 8pm next Thursday. The 19-match tournament will be played on a single league basis with the six teams competing against each other once. The top four sides will compete in the playoffs, the final will be played on Friday, 21 October.
IPC Minister to inaugurate Basketball for Women Championship
SPORTS BULLETIN REPORT Islamabad:-Federal Minister for Inter-Provincial Coordination (IPC) Ehsan Ur Rehman Mazari will inaugurate the National Women's Basketball Championship starting from October 3, 2022 at Pakistan Sports Complex Islamabad. Top eight teams from around the country will be in action in five days championship hosted by Federal Basketball Association (FBBA) under the umbrella of Pakistan Basketball Federation (PBBF).  “All arrangements have been completed for organizing the successful championship where top eight teams taking part in the event have been divided into two pools”, said championship organizing secretary and Federal Basketball Association General Secretary Ouj-e-Zahoor.  “Pool "A" comprises defending champion Pakistan Wapda, Karachi, Rawalpindi and Quetta while Pool "B" includes teams from Pakistan Army, Lahore, Islamabad and Peshawar. Federal Minister for Inter-Provincial Coordination Ehsan Ur Rehman Mazari will be chief guest at the opening ceremony of the championship while Director General Pakistan Sports Board Col (r) Asif Zaman and other dignities will also present on the occasion, “he added. Schedule: October 3 (Day-1): Lahore vs Islamabad; Karachi vs Rawalpindi; Wapda vs Quetta; Army vs Peshawar. October 4 (Day-2): Wapda vs Rawalpindi; Army vs Islamabad; Karachi vs Quetta; Lahore vs Peshawar. October 5 (Day-3): Wapda vs Karachi; Rawalpindi vs Quetta; Islamabad vs Peshawar; Army vs Lahore. October 6 (Day-4): Semi Finals October 7 (Day-5): Final
Balochistan and Northern start with wins in QT
SPORTS BULLETIN REPORT Rawalpindi:-Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, the title defenders, had a poor start to their Quaid-e-Azam Trophy 2022-23 campaign as they faced a 134-run defeat by Balochistan at the Abbottabad Cricket Stadium. Set 370 to win, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa were bowled out for 235 in just 68.5 overs on what was the fourth and final day of the opening round after fighting 60s from one-drop Sahibzada Farhan (63 off 67) and number four Kamran Ghulam (61 off 109). Khurram Shahzad finished with seven wickets for the match – returning three for 61 in the last innings of the match. Balochistan’s Hussain Talat stroked a half-century, earlier in the day. The left-handed batter made 55 off 80. His team had started the day on 107 for four and declared on 187 for five. Northern - the finalists of the last season – trashed Southern Punjab by 10 wickets Faisalabad’s Iqbal Stadium. Northern were set eight to win, which they overhauled in nine balls, to occupy the top spot in the six-team points table with 25 points. Southern Punjab – following on – trailed by 117-run with Imran Rafiq and Usman Salahuddin at the crease. Usman could add 15 more to his overnight score before he was run out on 55 and Imran (not out on 34 yesterday) went on to score 90 off 228 balls, hitting 14 fours. Mehran and Musa Khan finished with three wickets each. The match between Central Punjab and Sindh ended in a draw. Tayyab Tahir, not out on 72, scored a century and was unbeaten on 152 off 252 (18 fours and three sixes) before his captain Mohammad Saad declared the innings on 277 for nine. Sindh, needing 338 to win, were 132 for four, with Khurram Manzoor top-scoring with 50 off 88, before the close of play. The second round of the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy begins on Monday – Balochistan play Central Punjab at the Pindi Cricket Stadium, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Southern Punjab lock horns at the Abbottabad Cricket Stadium and Northern and Sindh face off at the Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad. Scores in brief: Balochistan beat Khyber Pakhtunkhwa by 134 runs at Abbottabad Cricket Stadium Balochistan 473 all out, 123 overs (Azeem Ghumman 78, Kashif Bhatti 71, Abdul Wahid Bangalzai 69, Ali Waqas 59, Haseebullah 53, Khurram Shahzad 47; Arshad Iqbal 4-114, Mohammad Sarwar Afrid 2-55, Ihsanullah 2-104) and 187-5, 52 overs (Hussain Talat 55, Ali Waqas 37, Azeem Ghumman 28; Arshad Iqbal 2-33) Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 291 all out, 85.4 overs (Kamran Ghulam 102, Khalid Usman 43, Rehan Afridi 35; Khurram Shahzad 4-67, Kashif Bhatti 2-43, Akif Javed 2-87) and 235 all out, 68.5 overs (Sahibzada Farhan 63, Kamran Ghulam 61, Rehan Afridi 28; Khurram Shahzad 3-61, Kashif Bhatti 2-43, Akif Javed 2-75) Match points – Balochistan (23), Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (four) Northern beat Southern Punjab by 10 wickets at Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad Northern 529-5d, 133 overs (Mubasir Khan 170 not out, Abdul Faseeh 151, Umar Amin 89, Sarmad Bhatti 81; Hassan Khan 3-94, Ali Usman 2-143) and 8-0, 1.3 overs Southern Punjab 269 all out, 86.2 overs (Zain Abbas 120, Salman Ali Agha 36, Hassan Khan 34; Nauman Ali 4-73, Musa Khan 2-51, Mehran Mumtaz 2-63) and 265 all out, 104 overs (Imran Rafiq 90, Usman Salahuddin 55, Umar Siddiq 35, Zain Abbas 32; Musa Khan 3-39, Mehran Mumtaz 3-72, Mubasir Khan 2-55) Match points – Northern (25), Southern Punjab (three) Match drawn between Sindh and Central Punjab at Pindi Cricket Stadium, Rawalpindi Central Punjab 428 all out, 102.2 overs (Abdullah Shafique 232, Aamer Yamin 70; Mir Hamza 3-72, Asif Mehmood 3-128) and 277-9, 90.4 overs (Tayyab Tahir 152 not out, Abdullah Shafique 61; Asif Mehmood 4-59, Mir Hamza 3-41) Sindh 368 all out, 85.5 overs (Fawad Alam 127 not out, Sarfaraz Ahmed 78, Saim Ayub 71, Saad Khan 30; Mohammad Ali 4-84, Aamer Yamin 3-80) and 132-4, 44 overs (Khurram Manzoor 50, Omair Bin Yousuf 37) Match points – Central Punjab (13), Sindh (12)
PSF JUNIOR SQUASH CIRCUIT-III: Anas Ali lifts Under-19 title
SPORTS BULLETIN REPORT Islamabad:-Teenager squash lad Anas Ali from Punjab defeated Mohammad Ammad from Pakistan Air Force (PAF) 3-1 in the Under-19 final to lift the title of the PSF Junior Squash Circuit III at Mushaf Squash Complex, Islamabad on Friday. The final score-line was 11/8, 11/8, 7/11 and 11/6. Senator Prince Agha Omer graced the closing ceremony as chief guest and distributed the trophies to the players.  Vice President PSF Qamar Zaman also attended the ceremony along with a large number of players and squash lovers. Results (finals): Boys’ Under-11: Mamoon Khan (PAF) beat Faizan Ali (PB) 2/11, 11/3, 6/11, 11/8, 11/9 (3-2) Boys’ Under-13: Noman Khan (PAF) beat Ahmed Khalil (PAF) 4/11, 11/8, 11/3, 11/6 (3-1) Boys’ Under-15: Azan Ali (Army) beat Mubeen Khan (PAF) 11/3, 11/8, 11/6 (3-1) Boys’ Under-17: Abdullah Nawaz (PAF) beat Huraira Khan (PAF) 11/9, 8/11, 11/7, 11/9 (3-1) Boys’ Under-19: Anas Ali (PB) beat Mohammad Ammad (PAF) 11/8, 11/8, 7/11, 11/6  (3-1) Girls Under-19: Maryam Malik (Army) beat Meshwish Ali (Sindh) 11/5, 9/11, 11/3, 9/11, 14/12 (3-2).
Delhi Bulls Sign Harbhajan Singh for Abu Dhabi T10 Season VI
SPORTS BULLETIN REPORT Abu Dhabi (UAE):-Delhi Bulls have added ace off-spinner Harbhajan Singh for the Abu Dhabi T10 Cricket League Season VI to strengthen their bowling attack cricket. The former India international is going to join his ex-CSK teammate, the Champion Dwayne Bravo who will also lead the side for this season. The 2-time runners up, have exciting young stars such as, Tim David, Rahmanullah Gurbaz, Will Jacks, Dominic Drakes, Fazalhaq Farooqi among others. The team is coached by Andy Flower. Harbhajan, who made his international debut in 1998, has won the 2007 T20 World Cup and the 2011 ODI World Cup with India in a career that has spanned over two decades. Harbhajan, who is also known as Bhajji, has bagged 711 wickets in his international career, and finished with three IPL winner's medals.  Speaking ahead of his first season in the dynamic T10 format, Harbhajan Singh said, “This is a very interesting and new challenge for the bowler in me and I am delighted to be playing for the Delhi Bulls in the Abu Dhabi T10 this year. It won’t be easy for the bowlers, but I hope to make my mark here and help my team win it’s first title in the tournament. I have had wonderful interactions with the team owner – Neelesh Bhatnagar, who’s a dear friend and I am impressed by his commitment towards this team for the last 5 years. Shaji Ul Mulk, Chairman, T10 Sports Management said, “It’s great for the Abu Dhabi T10 that a player like Harbhajan Singh has joined the league for the 6th season. With such a strong pool of world class players present in the competition, the tournament promises to be one of the biggest events in the international cricket calendar.” Delhi Bulls Team Owner, Neelesh Bhatnagar expressed his delight at signing the legendary cricketer, saying, “Harbhajan Singh is a legend and he has won many games for India and all the other teams he has played for. I am delighted to have in the Delhi Bulls corner, and I am quite confident that he will be one of the most followed cricketers in the Abu Dhabi T10. Not only am I sure that he will contribute with the ball, but his experience will help mentor the other players in the squad.” Delhi Bulls Season 6 Squad – DJ Bravo ©, Harbhajan Singh, Tim David, Rilee Rossouw, Rahmanullah Gurbaz, Imad Wasim , Will Jacks, Fazalhaq Farooqi, Dominic Drakes, Najibullah Zadran, Richard Gleeson, Keemo Paul, Mitchell Stanley, Jordan Cox, Shiraz Ahmed, Kernel Zahid, Aayan Khan Head Coach – Andy Flower
PSF JUNIOR CIRCUIT-III: Anas Ali and Mohamad Ammad reach in U-19 final
ABDUL JABBAR FAISAL ISLAMABAD:-Anas Ali and Mohammad Ammad qualified for the Boys’ Under-19 final of the PSF Junior Squash Circuit-III Tournament after beating their opponents Asher Butt and Usman Nadeem respectively 3-1 and 3-2 in the semifinals at Mushaf Squash Complex Islamabad on Thursday. In the first semifinal Anas Ali from Punjab defeated Asher Butt also from Punjab 3-1 with the score-line of 5-11, 11-8, 11-2 and 11-4. However, in the second semi-final Mohammad Ammad from Pakistan Air Force got rid of Usman Nadeem from Punjab 3-2 after a five games thriller. The final score-line was 11-7, 11-4, 10-12, 6-11 and 11-6. The finals will be played on Friday at the same venue. Results (semifinals): Boys’ Under-11 Faizan Ali (PB) beat Harmas Raja (PB) 11-5, 11-7, 4-11, 11-9 (3-1) Mamoon Khan (PAF) beat Malik Mohammad (PAF) 12-10, 10-12, 13-11, 11-4 (3-1) Boys’ Under-13 Noman (PAF) beat Abdul Ahad (Sindh) 11-8, 11-3, 7-11, 11-0 (3-1) Ahmed Khalil (PAF) beat Shahzeb (PAF) 11-7, 11-13, 11-1, 11-6 (3-1) Boys’ Under-15 Mubeen (PAF) beat Ibrahim Zeb (PAF) 8-11, 9-11, 11-5, 11-1, 11-6 (3-2) Azan Ali (Army) beat Mustafa Irfan (PAF) 11-6, 11-7, 11-7 (3-0) Boys’ Under-17 Abdullah Nawaz (PAF) beat Umair Arif (PAF) 11-8, 11-1, 11-6 (3-0) Huraira (PAF) beat Ibrahim Mohib (KP) 11-9, 11-8, 8-11, 12-10 (3-1) Boys’ Under-19 Anas Ali (PB) beat Asher Butt (PB) 5-11, 11-8, 11-2, 11-4 (3-1) Mohammad Ammad (PAF) beat Usman Nadeem (PB) 11-7, 11-4, 10-12, 6-11, 11-6 (3-2) Girls’ Under-19 Meshwish Ali (Sindh) beat Minahil (KP) 12-10, 11-1, 11-9 (3-0) Maryam (Army) beat Sana Bahadur (KP) 14-12, 7-11, 11-8, 8-11, 11-6 (3-2).
COAS General Qamar Javed Bajwa inaugurates Chaklala cricket ground
SPORTS BULLETIN REPORT Rawalpindi:-The Chief of the Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Thursday inaugurated the newly-renovated 501 Central Workshop Cricket Ground as known as Chaklala cricket ground Rawalpindi. According to a press release of Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), the cricket ground was upgraded to provide state-of-the-art sports facility to budding cricketers especially for the youth of twin cities, Rawalpindi and Islamabad. At this occasion, COAS Qamar Bajwa appreciated the efforts of Rawalpindi Corps for renovating the old cricket ground and providing an excellent cricketing facility for the city.
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