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India-Pakistan not to participate in Asian Games Men Cricket
ISLAMABAD, July 22 (APP): India and Pakistan would not be participating in the September’s Asian Games giving a massive loss to the Games as their presence would have guaranteed massive interest and wide television coverage.
 
Pakistan pursuing policy of peaceful relations in region: Tariq Fatemi
WASHINGTON, July 21 (APP): Pakistan is pursuing a policy of promoting peaceful relations with all neighboring countries including Afghanistan, India and wants to resolve all outstanding issues with New Delhi through dialogue, Tariq Fatemi, Special Assistant to Prime Minister, said.
 
T-20 floodlight fund raising cricket match on 24th
FAISALABAD, July 20 (APP): A T-20 floodlight fund raising cricket match for IDPs of North Waziristan will be played at Iqbal stadium here on July 24, in collaboration with Punjab Sports Board and Pakistan Cricket Board.
 
Umer Akmal to improve his shot selection in Test matches
KARACHI, July 20 (APP): Pakistan's highly rated batsman Umer Akmal is looking to improve his shot selection after being recalled in the Test team after three years.
 
Pakistan A beat Hamza Shahbaz XI by 60 runs
ISLAMABAD, July 19 (APP): Pakistan A beat Hamza Shahbaz XI by 60 runs in a fundraising cricket match kept for the internally displaced persons (IDPs) of North Waziristan Agency (NWA) at Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium.
 
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Sana to lead Pakistan in Ireland and England tour PDF Print E-mail
ISLAMABAD, July 19 (APP): Sana Mir has been named captain while Syeda Nain Fatima Abidi has been made vice-captain for the tour of Ireland and England beginning from August 18 to 30.  Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) women wing on Thursday announced the national women team for the upcoming tour of Ireland and England. Pakistan Team will tour Ireland from August 18 to 30 to participate in a Tri-Nation series including Pakistan, Ireland and Bangladesh where they will play three one days and Twenty- 20s each. 

Then Pakistan Women Team will tour England from August 30 to September 6 and will play seven T20 matches.
Pakistan will play two T20s each against England, Under-19 team and against a local club there. However Pakistan will play the only T20 against West Indies.
The Training Camp of Women Team and reserves will be held from July 20 to August 16 at Southend Club, Karachi.
Besides the captain and the vice-captain the selected players include Bismah Maroof, Javeria Wadood, Nida Rashid, Marina Iqbal, Batool Fatima (wicket- keeper), Qanita Jalil, Asmavia Iqbal, Rabiya Shah, Elizabeth Khan, Sadia Yousaf, Nahida Bibi and Masooma Junaid.
However the players kept in reserve comprise Mariam Hussan Shah, Sumaiya Siddiqui, Kanwal Naz and Javeria Rauf.
 

     

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