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15 top World cricketers consented for PSL
KARACHI, Sept 3 (APP): Fifteen top names of the world cricket have given their consent for the opening edition of Pakistan Super League (PSL) being held in Doha (Qatar) next February, it was learnt here on Thursday.
 
Younis, Ajmal should be in final XI not among 15: Haroon
KARACHI, Sept 3 (APP): Chief Selector Haroon Rasheed said on Thursday that doors of one-day cricket were open for stalwarts like Younis Khan and Saeed Ajmal if they secured a place in the final XI.
 
Asif, Asjad, Sajjad to feature in World 6-Red Snooker in Thailand
KARACHI, Sept 3 (APP): A three-member Pakistan snooker team comprising former IBSF World Champion Muhammad Asif, ex-World Championship runner-up Muhammad Sajjad and recent finalist member of World Team Asjad Iqbal are due to leave for Bangkok on Defence Day of Pakistan to feature in Sangsom 6-Red World Championship being held there from September 7 to 12.
 
Karachi Blues beat DM Jamali by 53 runs
ISLAMABAD Sep 3 (APP): Karachi Region Blues thrashed Dera Murad Jamali Region by 53 runs on Thursday in the Qualifying Round of the National Twenty-20 Tournament 2015 being played at Pindi Cricket Stadium, Rawalpindi.
 
Pak cueists to leave for Thailand on Sunday to feature in 6-Red Word C'ship
ISLAMABAD, Sep 3 (APP): A three-member Pakistan snooker team will depart for Thailand on Sunday from Lahore Airport to represent the country in Sangsom 6-Red Word Championship, scheduled to be held in Bangkok from September 7-12.
 
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India beats Pakistan to move in semis of ICC U-19 CWC PDF Print E-mail
ISLAMABAD, Aug 20 (APP): India beat Pakistan by one wicket in the quarter-final of the ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup at Tony Ireland Stadium, Townsville on Monday. After winning the toss, Pakistan elected to bat where it set a weak target of 136 runs for all out in 45.1 overs. Captain Babar Azam once again played a superb innings of 50 runs including four 4s on 109 balls. Ehsan Adil hit 35 runs on 38 balls including four 6s while Umar Waheed went to the pavilion making 27 runs smashing four 4s on 48 balls. For India, Sandeep Sharma and Ravikant Singh grabbed three wickets each giving 24 and 43 runs, respectively. Kamal Passi, Harmeet Singh and Baba Aparajith shared one wickets each for 19, 20 and 23 runs, respectively. Akshdeep Nath took a wicket without giving a single run.

 
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