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Committee approves replacement in Afghan squad
KARACHI, Feb 25 (APP): The International Cricket Council (ICC) has confirmed that the Event Technical Committee of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 has approved Shafiqullah Shafiq as a replacement player for Merwais Ashraf in Afghanistan’s squad for the tournament.
 
5-member Ski squad to leave for South Korea on Saturday
ISLAMABAD, Feb 25 (APP): A five-member national ski squad, including one coach will feature in the forthcoming Asian Alpine Ski Championship, being held in South Korea.
 
PSB Junior Age Talent Hunt Squash entered semi-finals stages
PESHAWAR, Feb 25 (APP): Humam Ahmad, Ismail Khan, Rohid Asghar and Muhammad Ibrahim Mohib entered into the semi-finals of the ongoing PSB Junior Age Group Under-9 Category Squash Championship being played here at PSB Coaching Center Squash Courts on Wednesday.
 
Indian baseball manager predicts tough contest against Pakistan
ISLAMABAD, Feb 25 (APP): Indian baseball manager, Dr Ashma Begum on  Wednesday predicted a tough competition between traditional rivals India and Pakistan when they meet on Saturday in the last fixture of 12th West Asia Baseball Championship here at Pakistan Sport Complex.
 
Yasir, Sarfraz should be given chance: Saeed Ajmal
ISLAMABAD, Feb 25 (APP): Pakistan ace spinner Saeed Ajmal feels Yasir Shah and Sarfraz Ahmed both should be given chance instead of Younis Khan and Nasir Jamshed in the remaining World Cup matches saying the players should now just focus on winning.
 
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Azhar developed his strengths from U19CWC: Umar Gul PDF Print E-mail
ISLAMABAD, Aug 1 (APP): Pakistan fast-bowler Umar Gul on Wednesday said the ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup provided Azhar Ali the opportunity to develop his strengths, making him one of the stars of international cricket.While discussing the benefits of the U19 CWC, Umar said Azhar played in New Zealand 10 years ago as a bowler but now he is the mainstay of Pakistan’s middle-order, said a press release issued here.“Azhar was a very keen batsman even then but the ICC U19 CWC actually provided him that platform and opportunity where he evaluated and reworked on his strengths and is now one of the stars of international cricket,” Umar said.Umar said the U19 CWC is a launching pad for players giving them an opportunity to test themselves against the best players from all over the world in that age group. “The U19 CWC gives players a good level of cricket and alarms them of what they need to do to survive or excel at the highest level in the game,” he said.
 

 

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