Pakistan players get NoC to play Afghanistan T20 league

August 4, 2016 | By

Karachi: A T20 cricket league, under Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB), has entered it’s fourth year and this time around a few Pakistan players have also been invited to represent the competing teams in the top domestic T20 competition of Afghanistan. The ‘‘ has learnt that the Pakistan Cricket Board had already issued No Object Certificate (NoC) to Muhammad Sami, Salman Butt, Nasir Jamshed, Kamran Akmal and Khalid Latif for the T20 league, “Shpagiza”.

The T20 league, “Shpageeza”, Afghanistan’s largest annual domestic T20 tournament, will be played between August 9th and August 19th at the Kabul International Cricket Ground.

The tournament includes 15 round matches followed by three playoffs and the final.

The teams in this year’s event are Amo Sharks, Band-e-Amir Dragons, Bost Defenders, Kabul Eagles, Mis-e-Ainak Knights and Speenghar Tigers.

“Shpagiza” (means SIXES) is a T20 cricket league in which zonal teams of Afghanistan participate.

The inaugural edition of the tournament was staged in 2013.

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