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AYCA win Ramadan Cup

Tweet Afghanistan Youth Cricket Association (AYCA) have won the Ramadan Cup, after annihilating Pakistani club side A.O. Blues in the final. AYCA won the toss and elected to bat. They were off to a fiery start, with Mohammad Shahzad effortlessly hitting boundaries around the Asghar Ali Shah Cricket Stadium in Karachi. Despite the wicket of his opening partner Javed Ahmadi, Shahzad continued his attack... 

Afghanistan Youth reach Ramadan Cup final

Tweet Afghanistan Youth Cricket Association have reached the final of the Ramadan Cup, after beating Pakistan Korangi Cricket Club by six wickets. Pakistan Korangi Cricket Club won the toss and elected to bat at the Asghar Ali Shah Cricket Stadium in Karachi. Early wickets succumbed their hopes of a big score and they had to settle for a below-par 119-7 in 20 overs. Hamid Hassan was the star with... 

Rashid Latif to stay on with ACB

Tweet Rashid Latif has made a sudden u-turn and is now going to continue to work with the Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB). Latif changed his mind after discussions with the ACB and will now press on with the previously agreed terms. The former Pakistan captain had quit shortly after his friend Kabir Khan resigned from the head coach role. Following Khan’s departure, Latif asked for a string... 

Afghanistan Youth cruises to the semi-final of Ramadan Cup

Afghanistan Youth cruises to the semi-final of Ramadan Cup
Tweet   Afghanistan Youth Cricket Association (AYCA) have reached the semi-final of the Dr. M.A Shah Lephone trophy, also known as the Ramadan Cup. AYCA bounced back from losing their opening match by beating Malir Gymkhana by five wickets with four balls to spare. Chasing a small target of 94, Mohammad Shahzad scored 45 and Mohammad Nabi 20 to help edge AYCA over the line. Despite that win, AYCA... 

AYCA participate in Karachi club tournamemnt

AYCA participate in Karachi club tournamemnt
Tweet   Afghan Youth Cricket Association are competing in a T20 club competition in Karachi, Pakistan’s commercial capital. The tournament has been running since 20 August and it finishes on 6 September. The ‘Dr. M.A. Shah Lephone Night Trophy’ is the tournament’s name, and it’s contested among 16 teams. AYCA are joined mostly by Karachi club sides, as well as a team... 

MCC organizes cricket camp for Afghan girls

MCC organizes cricket camp for Afghan girls
Tweet 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... 

Rashid Latif quits as Afghanistan coach

Rashid Latif quits as Afghanistan coach
Tweet 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... 

Dispute ends Kabir Khan’s tenure as coach

Dispute ends Kabir Khan's tenure as coach
Tweet Kabir Khan has left his role as coach after a dispute with the Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB). Kabir said he texted the board his displeasure about what he saw as interferences in team decisions. While this message was only to express his grievances, the Board sent him a letter two days later saying they accepted his resignation. “I texted our chairman of ACB regarding some issues... 
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