Quetta to host National Games in Nov
The situation was something like the first ODI of India’s tour to Zimbabwe last year; then it was Bhuvneshwar Kumar bowling to Chigumbura with six to get off the last ball. Needing a six, he could only get a single, unable to get any elevation on a yorker despite batting on 103 at the time. Sran couldn’t quite nail his yorker, but his full-toss was low enough to deny Chigumbura and Zimbabwe.— AFP LAHORE—The 33rd edition of the national games will be organised from November 5-12 at Quetta.
“The mega event will be participated by all the affiliated units of the Pakistan Olympic Association belonging to all parts of the country,” said a spokesman of POA while talking to APP here on Wednesday.
He said a high-level delegation of the POA comprising its President Lt Gen (Retd) Syed Arif Hasan, Vice President, Ch. Muhammad Yaqub, Secretary Muhammad Khalid Mahmood held a meeting with the officials of Government of Balochistan and Balochistan Olympic Association on Tuesday at Quetta to decide the dates and other allied aspects of the premier activity.—APP
Indian batsman Mahendra Dhoni in action at the wicket during their T20 cricket match against Zimbabwe in Harare on Wednesday.