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Pakistan Cup to begin on April 25, announces PCB

LAHORE: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has announced Pakistan Cup one-day tournament from 25th April 2018 in Faisalabad. Five teams -- Punjab, Sindh, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Balochistan, and Federal Areas -- will feature in the tournament. The day-night 50-over matches will be held at Iqbal Stadium. The opening match of the tournament will be played between Punjab and Balochistan on April 25 (Wednesday). The participating teams will feature in four matches each before the top two teams making it to the final to be played…

‘It was hard to overcome disappointment’

By Muzammil Asif KARACHI: Out-of-favor batsman Fawad Alam on Saturday said that it was hard to overcome disappointment after being ignored in the 16-man squad for the upcoming tour to Ireland and England. "It was hard to overcome disappointment but somehow I have moved forward and took part in this tournament and my next assignment is Pakistan cup one-day,” Fawad Alam said while talking to ARY News. The 32-year-old said that he will keep on performing well and the day will soon come when he will find his place…

Shoaib Malik’s biggest fan gets her wish fulfilled

RAWALPINDI: Shoaib Malik's biggest fan had just one wish to meet the star cricketer. SCROLL DOWN FOR VIDEO Differently-abled Mariyum turned up to meet him during a match of the Pakistan Cup being held at the Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium. "This is Mariyum, she is a fan of Shoaib Malik, and has come to watch his match," said a man accompanying her. "She has seen his performance, and was very excited on the way while coming here." Shoaib Malik emerges from the pavilion to meet her, and also snaps a photograph with…

Younis Khan allowed to play in Pakistan Cup

KARACHI: Pakistan's star batsman Younis Khan has been permitted to play in a domestic tournament, cricket authorities said Wednesday, after he apologised for his behaviour following a row with umpires last week.