Pakistan team celebrating with Pakistan High Commissioner  to India

Pakistan outplayed India by 7 wickets in T-20 WC


Dateline: 1st Feb 2017

Pakistan outplayed India by 7 wickets 


Here at Ferozshah Kotla Cricket Stadium, New Delhi India, India won the toss and opted to bat first.

India made 204 runs for the loss of 5 wickets in stipulated 20 Overs. Parkash was the star for India, he made 90 runs well supported  by Venkatesh Donna who made 53 runs. Muhammad Akram was the pick amongst the bowlers, he took 1 wicket by giving away 32 runs.

Akram raising his bat after scoring a ton

Pakistan trashed England by 97 runs

Dateline: 31st January 2017

Pakistan trashed England by 97 runs

Badar Munir receiving man of the match award

Pakistan beat New Zealand by 10 Wickets in T-20 Blind Cricket World Cup

Dateline: 30th Jan 2017

Pakistan beat New Zealand by 10 Wickets

Lahore Clinched the 1st Agha Shaukat Ali Memorial T-20 Trophy

Here at Cricket Ground of Punjab University Old Campus, on 8th May, 2009, Islamabad won the toss

Chairman’s Message

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Working to promote cricket for the blind, to me and my team is much more than merely a game of recreation or pleasure. It is a tool of confidence, competition, overcoming obstacles and a life lesson for the blind community. In this context, the mission of Pakistan Blind Cricket Council (PBCC) under my guidance is to serve the blind community by enhancing the opportunities to play cricket. Using cricket as a tool, we have indeed, revolutionized the lives of blind people as we dedicate our lives in strengthening and promoting this cause. It marits mentioning here that Pakistan blind cricket team remains the top ranked and holds a total of 19 world records in international cricket. Read more...

Pakistan Blind Cricket Council (PBCC) is a foundation for Blind cricketers in Pakistan. It controls and manages all the tours and matches undertaken by Pakistan blind cricket team.

It was founded by Agha Shoukat Ali in 1996 for the development of cricket for blind and visually impaired individuals in Pakistan.

In August 1996, the first International Conference was held for blind cricket in Delhi, India, in which Pakistan Blind Cricket Council was registered by the World Blind Cricket Council (WBCC).

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