Pakistan Cricket Borad (PCB) and Ufone is giving chance to those youngsters who want to prove their fast pace bowling. if any bowler will be able to bowl at a
Karachi: Pakistani Cricket All rounder Shahid Khan Afridi is preparing himself for upcoming mega events. Shahid Afridi is looking eye for World Cup 2015. On other hand, he also said that he will leave national squad
Islamabad: PCB announced the schedule for trials of “King of Speed”, a talent hunt which will reveal the best fast bowling talent. King of Speed camps will be set up in 10 cities across
Lahore: Cricketer Wahab Riaz Is going to married on 18th of this month, AwamiWeb reported. Couple of days ago, his engagement ceremony was held and now wedding date has been announced in media. Wahab’s wedding
Lahore: Ufone here on Friday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to invest into the cricket talent pool of Pakistan and to provide opportunities for the development and growth of young Pakistani fast bowlers. Under the signed MOU cricketing legend, fast bowler and former Captain of the Pakistan National Team, Wasim Akram, also the Brand Ambassador of fastest...
There was lot of buzz around about Pakistan Super League (PSL) in the recent few days. Launching ceremony of PSL was also attended by heavy weight officials and star
Karachi: A setback for Pakistan Cricket Board that Cricket Australia does not allow their players to play Pakistan Super League (PSL). According to media reports, Cricket Australia is
Afghanistan cricket team will play series against Pakistan A from 7th February. The series will conclude on 12th February. Pakistan A and Afghanistan A cricket team will play
Karachi: Three foreign international umpires were agreed to supervise the matches of Pakistan Super League (PSL). They officially have signed the agreement to Pakistan Cricket Board regarding PSL supervising. PCB issued a statement on Thursday in which they said that the three international umpires which included Michael John Procter, Rudi Koertzen and Russel Tiffin. According to media reports, ICC...
Pakistani players will no longer be in action in the upcoming Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) after not receiving the NOC (No Objection Certificate) by Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB).