Rashid Latif elected as PDCA President

November 4, 2017 | By

Karachi: Former Pakistan captain, Rashid Latif has been elected as the president of Pakistan Disabled Cricket Association (PDCA).The former captain will serve for the span of two years.

The Board of Governors (BOG), of the PDCA, unanimously elected Rashid Latif as president on Saturday along with Fawad Mustafa and Dr. Noman Palaker as vice presidents.

The new BOG, constituted for the next couple of years, has Salim Karim, Amiruddin Ansari, Mohammed Nizam, Mohammed Javed Amin, Sadiq Khatri, Fawad Mustafa, Mohammed Javed, Dr Noman Palaker, Muhammad Khawar Aziz, Muhammad Imran Khan, Iqbal Imam, Rashid Latif and Imtiaz Iqbal.

Rashid Latif, on his appointment, vowed to discharge his responsibilities to the best of his abilities. “I thank the former PDCA president Salim Karim and the BoG members for imposing their trust in me. I will do my best for the promotion and betterment of disabled cricket”, Rashid Latif said.

“My aim is to steer the PDCA to the top”, Rashid Latif added.

Rashid Latif has been associated with PDCA for about a decade. He has also been doing a thorough research to formulate a coaching manual for cricketers with physical disabilities. He also toured Bangladesh, with Pakistan disabled cricket team in 2016, for the five-nation tournament.

Newly elected vice president PDCA Fawad Mustafa and Dr. Noman Palaker also thanked the PDCA for their appointments and assured their commitment to the cause.

Muhammad Asif Khan

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