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Kenya ease to series victory

Kenya ease to series victory
Kenya189 for 2 (Obuya 86*, Obanda 77) beat Afghanistan188 (Nabi 60, Odhiambo 2-18, Odoyo 2-29) Scorecard Kenya coasted to an easy win in the series-deciding third ODI in Nairobi. After bowling Afghanistan out for a below-par 188, they batted sensibly to win by 8 wickets with 8.3 overs remaining. Having won the toss and elected to bat, Afghanistan got off to an excellent start, with Karim Sadiq and... 

MCC organizes cricket camp for Afghan girls

MCC organizes cricket camp for Afghan girls
MCC helped deliver the first ever girls cricket camp for girls in Afghanistan which was held in the Karte Naw District of Kabul City last weekend as per the Lords website. More than fifty girls participated in the cricket camp and there was great enthusiasm and interest from the girls as per the article. It is a new beginning too as it was the first time ever that a girls cricket camp has been organized... 

Rashid Latif quits as Afghanistan coach

Rashid Latif quits as Afghanistan coach
Rashid Latif also followed the footsteps of Kabir Khan as he left his position as batting coach of the Afghanistan Cricket Team. Latif had taken up the job just a month ago and he cited his inability to impose his ideas on the Afghanistan team as the reason for his resignation. The Afghanistan Cricket Board’s chief executive Hamid Shinwari accepted the resignation and also expressed his shock... 

Kabul wrap up convincing win over Paktia in domestic finals

Kabul wrap up convincing win over Paktia in domestic finals
Kabul wrapped up a convincing win over Paktia in the finals of the Etisalat Afghanistan Domestic fifty-over tournament which is the country’s main inter-provincial tournament. This was the first ever domestic 50 over tournament and the capital province Kabul reigned as they emerged as the Afghanistan domestic 50 over champions. Kabul won the toss and elected to bat first. Paktia made a very... 

South Africa wary of Afghanistan cricket team

South Africa wary of Afghanistan cricket team
South African cricket team captain Graeme Smith said he and his men were wary of Afghanistan cricket team even after being one of the heavyweights of world cricket. He said that Afghanistan are a potential banana skin as they have many talented players and the big cricketing nations have never faced them. He continued that Afghanistan cricket team has overtaken all the the others in the minnow division... 

Afghanistan cricket team continue training in UAE after travel problems

Afghanistan cricket team continue training in UAE after travel problems
Afghanistan cricket team were scheduled to fly to UK on April 18 and then from UK to Guyana in the West Indies by April 20. Afghanistan cricket team are scheduled to train in Guyana and play in some local matches before the World Cup Twenty20 to adjust to the local conditions. Afghanistan will also play two warm up games on April 27 and April 28 against West Indies and Ireland respectively. But they... 

Afghanistan win the ACC Elite Trophy 2010

Afghanistan win the ACC Elite Trophy 2010
Afghanistan had never won the ACC Elite Trophy previously but were still the clear favorites to win the Trophy. And the Afghanistan Cricket Team did not disappoint as they defeated Nepal convincingly by 95 runs in the final on April 9 to win the ACC Elite Trophy 2010. Afghanistan were the clear favorites to win the ACC Elite Trophy after a very good run in the last 18 months winning nearly every big... 

Afghanistan and Ireland to prepare in Trinidad and Tobago

Afghanistan and Ireland to prepare in Trinidad and Tobago
Afghanistan and Ireland will make their base in Trinidad and Tobago as they make preparations ahead of the World Cup Twenty20. Both Afghanistan and Ireland are scheduled to be in action at Queen’s Park Oval during the local Carib Shield Twenty20 tournament quarter-final matches from April 20-23. Both the teams will arrive in Trinidad within the next few days and they will spend around a couple of... 
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