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Rashid victorious in Thailand
ISLAMABAD, Apr 26 (APP): Pakistan Davis Cup Captain Rashid Malik has added another feather to his cap by winning the 55+ Singles title of the ITF Seniors Pro Circuit, Grade 4 Tournament held at Thanyapura Sports and Leisure Club, Thailand.
 
Pak Army wins one day, T-20 cricket series against Australian Army cricket team
RAWALPINDI, April 25 (APP): Pak Army won the one day and T-20 cricket series against Australian Army cricket team.
 
Pak Army wins one day, T-20 cricket series against Australian Army cricket team
RAWALPINDI, April 25 (APP): Pak Army won the one day and T-20 cricket series against Australian Army cricket team.
 
Islamabad wins Wheelchair Cricket Tournament
ISLAMABAD, Apr 25 (APP): Islamabad thrashed Mardan by 14 runs in the final of 6th All Pakistan National Bank Wheelchair Users Cricket Tournament played here at Jinnah Stadium of Pakistan Sports Complex on Saturday.
 
Women cricket trials on April 28: Raham Bibi
PESHAWAR, Apr 25 (APP): Coordinator of Pakistan Cricket Board for Peshawar Region Raham Bibi Saturday said that the trials for the selection of Peshawar Region Senior Women Cricket team will be held at Frontier College for Women on April 28, 2015 at 9 am.
 
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Pakistan, India U19 Asia Cup final ends in a draw PDF Print E-mail
ISLAMABAD, July 1 (APP): Pakistan and India on Sunday put up an excellent show in the Asian Cricket Council Under-19s Asia Cup final which ended in a draw in Malaysia. Put into bat, Pakistan piled up a total of 282 runs in 50 overs for the loss of nine wickets. Opener Sami Aslam played a magnificent innings of 134 runs with the help of 13 fours and three sixes in 124 balls. Umar Waheed batted well at 48 runs followed by Saad Ali (23), Salman Afridi (12), Babar Azam (10) andImam-ul-Haq (10).
 
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