26 July 2017

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Friday July 21, 2017
Kabul (BNA) Afghanistan under-19 cricket team beat Malaysia under-19 cricket team in the first matches of qualification to U-19 world cup competition.
According to BNA report, first Malaysia started batting and with losing all wickets targeted 58 runs in 22 overs.
But easily Afghanistan under-19 cricket without losing wickets succeeded to trounce Malaysia under-19 cricket team in 6 overs.
In this match Darwish Rasouli obtained 38 runs and Nawid Obaid 22 runs.
Afghan player’s Mujeb Zadran took 4 wickets, Tariq Stanekzai 2 wickets, Yusuf Zazi one wicket and also Wafadar Momand one wicket.
Qualification of Asia under-19 cricket cup matches started between Afghanistan, Singapore, Nepal and Malaysia under-19 national cricket teams in Singapore, which Afghanistan under-19 cricket team by defeating four teams placed at the top of the tournament.
T/M.A.Ansari

Tuesday July 18, 2017

Kabul (BNA) Afghanistan have replaced Australia in a development tour of South Africa after the latter pulled out due to a pay dispute between its players and board.
With talks between the union and governing body Cricket Australia deadlocked, the players decided they would boycott the triangular series between the 'A' sides. Australia's 'A' team, captained by test batsman Usman Khawaja, were scheduled to play two four day matches and a 50-over tri-series against India and South Africa on the tour. Afghanistan will now join South Africa and India for the series starting later this month. "We are delighted that Afghanistan have accepted our invitation and look forward to welcoming them to our country for the very first time," Cricket South Africa chief executive Haroon Lorgat said in a statement.
"They are a passionate cricket nation and I expect the Afghanistan A team to compete strongly against our A team and India A in the upcoming traceries." The International Cricket Council (ICC) voted in London last month to make Afghanistan, along with Ireland, full members of the organization, allowing those countries to become part of the elite 12 nations who play test matches. "We are very pleased to accept Cricket South Africa's invitation to participate in the upcoming triangular series," Afghanistan Cricket Board chief executive Shafiqullah Stanikzai said.
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Tuesday July 18, 2017

Kabul (BNA) In the first matches of qualification to U-19 world cup competition, Afghanistan under-19 national cricket team could to overcome on Malaysia under-19 national cricket team.
According to BNA report, first Malaysia cricket team started beating and with losing his all wickets targeted 53 runs in 19 overs.
Yusuf Zazi take out 4 wickets, Mujeeb Zadran 3 wickets, Zaher Paktin 2 wickets and Shams 1 wicket.
Afghanistan u-19 cricket team players could to reach the chosen target in 5.3 overs with losing 2 wickets.
Qualification of Asia under-19 cricket cup matches started between Afghanistan, Singapore, Nepal and Malaysia under-19 national cricket teams in Singapore.
At the end of the tournament champion team find way to 50-overs world cup tournament.
Afghanistan under-19 national cricket team to paly with Singapore under-19 cricket team today.
T/M.A.Ansari
 

Monday July 17, 2017

Bamyan (BNA) Girls cycling competition was held with participation of 30 cyclers in central Bamyan province.
According to BNA report, the contest was held at the presence of Jaweed Qayeem deputy of policy in Ministry of narcotic drug and Mohammad Asef Mublegh deputy governor of Bamyan on the occasion of “The week of national mobilization against narcotic drugs”.
The cycling athletes were participated from Kabul, Herat and Bamyan provinces.
The tournament was conducted by department of counter-disaster of Bamyan, which started from Khawaja Ali door to Band-e-Amir door (42km).
Sadeqa Sadeqi could obtain first position, Najla Sakhi second position and Rayhana Mohammadi succeeded to obtain third position of the competition.
The winners of first, second and third positions of the tournament are from Bamyan province, but from different groups.
T/M.A.Ansari
 

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