Peshawar clinch PAF T20 Cricket Cham­pi­ons Tro­phy for Blind

Pakistan Observer - - SPORTS -

IS­LAM­ABAD—Peshawar beat Is­lam­abad by 85 runs on Mon­day in the fi­nal of PAF Twenty20 Cricket Cham­pi­ons Tro­phy for the Blind played here at the PAF Com­plex Cricket Ground.

Is­lam­abad won the toss and elected to field first.

Peshawar scored 309 runs for the loss of four wick­ets in the al­lot­ted 20 over.

Haroon Khan played a bril­liant in­nings of 140 runs.

In re­ply, Is­lam­abad could only score 224 runs de­spite Anees Javed’s heroic 145 runs in­nings and lost the match by 85 runs. Haroon Khan was de­clared man of the match be­cause of his thrilling cen­tury.

Air Mar­shal Fa­rooq Habib, Deputy Chief of the Air Staff (Train­ing) was the chief guest at the oc­ca­sion.

The chief guest dis­trib­uted prizes among the win­ners.

Speak­ing on the oc­ca­sion the chief guest con­grat­u­lated all the par­tic­i­pat­ing teams for show­ing such mar­velous sports­man spirit.He fur­ther said that PAF was proud of serv­ing the noble cause of bring­ing the vis­ually impaired in the main­stream of the so­ci­ety. A to­tal of six teams from all over the coun­try par­tic­i­pated in the tour­na­ment.—APP con­tro­ver­sies in his en­tire cricket ca­reer but he had never thought of be­ing dis­hon­est with the game.

Ac­cord­ing to a pri­vate news chan­nel, Shoaib Akhtar, also known as the Rawalpindi Ex­press said the max­i­mum num­ber of au­di­ence en­cour­age him and make him happy.

Shoaib, who made his test de­but in Novem-

IS­LAM­ABAD: Air Mar­shal Fa­rooq Habib, Deputy Chief of the Air STaff (Train­ing) with the team of Peshawar Cricket Club of Blind, the win­ners of PAF T20 Cricket Cham­pi­ons Tro­phy for Blind.

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