Sarfraz Ahmed meets disabled cricketers, lauds PDCA

December 3, 2017 | By

Karachi: Pakistan national cricket captain Sarfraz Ahmed has lauded the efforts of the Pakistan Disabled Cricket Association (PDCA) to bring Pakistan cricketers, with physical disability, on the world map.

“Disabled cricket began from Pakistan and now other countries have also adopted this practice and have constituted their national teams. The PDCA deserves all the credit”, Sarfraz Ahmed said

“I have been following the progress of Pakistan disabled cricket team and wish them all the best in the future as well”, Sarfraz Ahmed added.

Sarfraz Ahmed was the chief guest at a T20 match, here on Saturday, to observe the world disabled day.

On the Occasion, Sarfraz Ahmed cut the cake and also met with the disabled cricketers.

In the festival match, PDCA President XI beat PDCA Patron XI by 31 runs. Sarfraz Ahmed handed over the trophy to the winning captain.

The Pakistan disabled cricket team toured Malaysia and Singapore in 2010 and played six matches. The first international cricket series was held in 2012 between Pakistan and England.

Pakistan won both T20 and ODI series in UAE.

The Pakistan team participated in the five-nation international tournament in Bangladesh in 2015, losing the final to England.

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