Pakistan set World Record 563 runs in ODI’s, India and Sri Lanka also won their matches

Pakistan set World Record 563 runs in ODI’s, India and Sri Lanka also won their matches

11th Match:

Pakistan Vs Australia

At MCC Ground Ajman, Pakistan created another history in the cricket of the Blind by scoring the highest total of 563 runs in International One-day International games. Pakistan scored these runs vs the daunting bowling attack of Australia, Pakistan bettered its record of highest total, the previous best was 517, which Pakistan scored Vs the South Africa at Sahara Park Newlands Cape Town in December 2010.

Earlier in the day, Pakistan decided to bat 1st after winning the toss. Ausies got the early breakthrough when Matiullah was bowled after scoring 4 runs. Thereafter, Amir Ishfaq and Sana Ullah added 300 runs for the 2nd wicket partnership. Sana Ullah got out after scoring 143 runs off 69 balls.

Amir Ishfaq kept dominating from the other end, he scored elegant double century (the first in this World Cup), he got retired after scoring 208 runs off 95 balls. Haroon Khan was also amongst the runs, he made brisk 105 runs off 58 balls. Pakistan scored 563 runs for the loss of 4 wickets. Lindsay Heaves took 1 wicket.

Australia in reply were bowled out on 169 runs in 31.5 overs. Stephen Palmer’s 71 were the only notable score for his side. Haroon Khan took 2 wickets for 24 runs.

Syed Sultan Shah Chairman Pakistan Blind Cricket Council and Mahantesh GK President World Blind Cricket Council, Syed Mustafain Kazmi Director Prog World Cup, Col. Ijaz Ahmed Nasir Special Assistant to CEO Interloop, Pawan Ghimrie Second V.P WBC and Syed Salman Bukhari Director Marketing PBCC were the guests of the occasion and distributed prizes amongst the players.

Result: Pakistan won by 394 runs

Man of the Match: Aamir Ishfaq

Most Valuable Player: Haroon Khan

12th Match:

India Vs Nepal

At Eden Garden Ajman. Nepal won the toss and elected to bat first. Nepal were bowled out 156 runs in 37.5 overs. Baharat Thappa was the main scorer for Nepal. He made 35 runs. Parkash claimed 2 wickets for 22 runs.

In reply, India chased the target of 157 runs in 15 overs for the loss of 2 wickets. Anil Gharia scored 54 runs off 29 balls. Mahindra scored 40 runs. Baharat Thappa and Suriya claimed a wicket a piece.

Result: India won by 8 wickets

Man of the Match: Anil Gharia

Most Valueable Player: Baharat Thappa

13th Match:

Bangladesh Vs Sri Lanka

Bangladesh made 291 runs for the loss of 8 wickets in allotted 40 overs. Abdul Malik was the top scorer, he made 111 runs.

Sri Lanka chased the target with ease for the loss of 5 wickets. K.A.Silva made another century of the event, he remained unbeaten on 118 runs.

Result: Sri Lanka won by 5 Wickets

Man of the Match: K.A. Silva

Most Valuable Player: Abdul Malik

Tomorrow, two matches will be played; Pakistan Vs Sri Lanka and Australia will face Nepal.

The Semifinal lineup has been completed; India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh leading the points table and qualify for the semifinals.

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Sri Lanka and India advances in World Cup

9th Match:
Bangladesh Vs India

At MCC Ground Ajman, Bangladesh won the toss and decided to bat first. Bangladesh made 226 runs for the loss of 8 wickets in allotted 40 overs. Mehmood-ur-Rasheed scored unbeaten 72 runs and Abdul Malik made 48 runs. Ajay Reddy was the star in bowling for India, he took 4 wickets by giving away 37 runs. Deepak Malik took 2 wickets for 18 runs.

India in reply chased the target of 227 runs in just 18.5 overs without losing a wicket. Sunil Ramesh played superbly for 105 runs not out and Ajay Kumar Reddy made unbeaten 101 runs.

Result: India won by 10 Wickets
Man of the Match: Ajay Kumar Reddy
Most Valuable Player: Mehmood-ur-Rasheed

Syed Salman Bokhari Director Marketing PBCC and Hafiz Muzamil Riaz President Gujranwala Cricket Club of the Blind were the guests of the occasion and distributed prizes amongst the players.

10th Match:
Sri Lanka vs Nepal:

Here at Ajman Oval Cricket Ground, Ajman UAE.
Sri Lanka opted to bat first after winning the toss and set the mammoth total of 494 runs for the loss of 5 wickets in allotted 40 overs. That was the highest total for the World Cup so far. Dimithu played a gem of a innings, he remained not out on 168 runs off 79 balls. Chanada Deshapriya scored brisk 129 runs off 62 balls. Druga took one wicket for 75 runs.

In reply, Nepal were bowled out on 154 runs in 33.4 overs. Bardi and Sunil Thapa made 37 and 26 runs respectively. Dimithu, Danish and Chandana Deshapriya claimed a wicket a piece.

Result: Sri Lanka won by 340 runs
Man of the Match: Dimithu Ravindra
Most Valuable Player: Chandana Deshapriya

Mazhar Khan Administrator Emirates Cricket Board and Syed Sultan Shah Chairman Pakistan Blind Cricket Council were the guests of the occasion and distributed prizes amongst the players.
Tomorrow, three matches will be played, Pakistan Vs Australia, Bangladesh Vs Sri Lanka and India Vs Nepal.

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23 players shortlisted for 5th Edition of World Cup Cricket of the Blind

PBCC shortlisted 23 players for Pakistan Blind Cricket Team for 5th Edition of World Cup Cricket of the Blind (ODI format)

The selection committee of Pakistan Blind Cricket Council comprising Syed Muhammad Salman Tariq Bokhari (Chief Selector), Masood Jan and Ibrar Shah (members) shortlisted 23 players for Pakistan Blind Cricket Team for the 5th Edition of World Cup Cricket of the Blind (ODI format) to be held in January 2018 in Pakistan and UAE.

These 23 players are shortlisted amongst the 34 players by viewing their performance and physical fitness in the training camp that took place at Okara from 9th to 15th September 2017.

Chairman PBCC, Syed Sultan Shah announced Nisar Ali as Captain and Amir Ishfaq as Vice Captain of Pakistan Blind Cricket Team for the World Cup.

The next conditioning camp will take place from 22nd to 29th October 2017 in Faisalabad.

The selected players are,

 

Sr. No Name Category
Amir Ishfaq (Vice Captain)

B1

Zafar Iqbal

B1

Sajid Nawaz

B1

Muhammad Ayyaz

B1

Riasat Khan

B1

Muhammad Asif

B1

Muhammad Osama

B1

Haroon Khan

B2

Moeen Ali

B2

Badar Munir

B2

Anees Javed

B2

Nisar Ali (Captain)

B2

Muhammad Ayub Khan

B2

Zeshan Abbasi

B2

Muhammad Jamil

B3

Mohsin Khan

B3

Israr Hassan

B3

Muhammad Ejaz

B3

Mateeh Ullah

B3

Muhammad Rashid

B3

Kamran Akhtar

B3

Sana ullah

B3

Rahid Ullah

B3

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PBCC selected 34 probables for 5th Edition of World Cup Cricket of the Blind ODI format

Selection of Pakistan Blind Cricket Team for 5th Edition of World Cup Cricket of the Blind (ODI format)

 

The selection committee of Pakistan Blind Cricket Council comprising Syed Muhammad Salman Tariq Bokhari (Chief Selector), Masood Jan and Ibrar Shah (members) shortlisted 34 players for the selection of Pakistan Blind Cricket Team for the 5th Edition of World Cup Cricket of the Blind (ODI format) to be held in January 2018 in Pakistan and UAE.

 

The selection/training camp of Pakistan Blind Cricket team will take place from 9th to 15th September 2017 at Okara under supervision of Pakistan team head coach Abdul Razzaq and Trainer.

 

The selection committee will pick Pakistan Blind Cricket team from those shortlisted players. Further, selection committee will closely follow the upcoming National Blind Cricket events and if any player/s performs well then they will consider him/them for selection.

 

Shortlisted  players are,

Sr. No Name Category 
1. Amir Ishfaq B1
2. Zafar Iqbal B1
3. Sajid Nawaz B1
4. Muhammad Ayyaz B1
5. Riasat Khan B1
6. Abdul Manan B1
7. Muhammad Asif B1
8. Ahsan James B1
9. Muhammad Osama B1
10. Syed Fakhar Abbas B1
11. Fazal-e-Hadi B1
12. Muhammad Ayub Khan B2
13. Moeen Ali B2
14. Badar Munir B2
15. Mateeh Ullah B2
16. Anees Javed B2
17. Yasir Andleeb B2
18. Nisar Ali B2
19. Haroon Khan B2
20. Shahzaib Hassan B2
21. Zeshan Abbasi B2
22. Muhammad Jamil B3
23. Arsalan Ahmad B3
24. Mohsin Khan B3
25. Israr Hassan B3
26. Ejaz B3
27. Rahid Ullah B3
28. Muhammad Imran B3
29. Muhammad Rashid B3
30. Kamran Akhtar B3
31. Ghulam Akbar B3
32. Arfan Majeed B3
33. Sana Ullah B3
34. Faseullah B3
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Pakistan reached in the Final of the T-20 Blind Cricket World Cup after defeating England by 147 runs

Pakistan reached in the Final of the T-20 Blind Cricket World Cup after defeating England by 147 runs

Bangalore India, here at KSCA Ground Alur, Bangalore, England won the toss and asked Pakistan to bat first.

Pakistan set the mammoth total of 309 runs on the board for the loss of 1 wicket in stipulated 20 overs. Pakistani openers Badar Munir and Israr Hassan shined with the bat, both made tons and made 226 runs for the 1st Wicket partnership. Badar Munir was retired after scoring 103 runs off 43 balls with the help of 18 (4’s) while Israr Hassan remained unbeaten on 143 runs off 69 balls, he hit 28 (4’s) and 1 big six. Amir Ishfaq and Matiullah also chipped in with 26 and 20 runs respectively.

England in reply made 162 runs for the loss of 7 wickets in allotted 20 overs. Matthew Page was the highest scorer for England with 41 runs and Luke Sugg made 34 runs. Zafar Iqbal claimed 2 wickets. Whereas, Israr Hassan and Amir Ishfaq claimed one wicket each.

Result: Pakistan won by 147 runs
Man of the Match: Israr Hassan

That was 10th consecutive win for Pakistan, remained unbeaten in all 9 league matches and Semifinal as well.

Pakistan will take on India in the Final tomorrow dated 12th February at Bangalore.

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Pakistan surged Australia by 147 runs in T-20 Blind Cricket World Cup

Bangalore India, here at KSCA Ground Alur, Bangalore, Pakistan won the toss and opted to bat first.

Pakistan set the total of 321 runs on the board for the loss of 3 wickets in stipulated 20 overs. Pakistani opener Riasat Khan again shined with the bat, he made unbeaten 114 runs off 47 balls. Matiullah and Nisar Ali also chipped in with 80 and 78 runs respectively off 31 balls each. For Australia, Lindsay, Vaughan and Daniel claimed a wicket a piece.

Australia in reply made 174 runs for the loss of 9 wickets in allotted 20 overs. Matthew James was the highest scorer for Australia with 38 runs and Steffan made 21 runs. Muhammad Idrees Saleem was the star with the ball, he claimed 3 wickets. Whereas, Israr Hassan and Badar Munir claimed two wickets each.

Result: Pakistan won by 147 runs

Man of the Match: Riasat Khan

That was 9th consecutive win for Pakistan, remained unbeaten in all 9 league matches.

Pakistan will take on England in the Semifinal on 11th February in Bangalore. While the India will play against Sri Lanka in the other Semifinal.

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