Footage : There have been casualties in the blast at the Kabul international cricket stadium. #Afghanistan pic.twitter.com/wM7qMsVDpR — Abdulhaq Omeri (@AbdulhaqOmeri) July 29, 2022 OpIndia: A suicide blast rocked the Kabul International Cricket stadium during the Shpageeza Cricket League T20, an IPL-like tournament held in the Afghan capital. All players were rushed inside a bunker
Ariana: The Shpageeza Cricket League 2022 got underway in Kabul on Monday with eight teams scheduled to battle it out for this year’s title. The 8th season of this year’s tournament will run through until August 5 with 32 matches scheduled to take place. All matches will be held at the Kabul International Cricket Stadium.
Ariana: The Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) announced Monday fixtures for the eighth edition of the Shpageeza Cricket League (SCL) 2022, which is scheduled to be held from July 18 to August 5 in Kabul. Eight star national players will be retained by their SCL teams, including Rashid Khan, Rahmanullah Gurbaz and Najibullah Zadran. Click here
Tolo News: The Shpageeza T20 cricket league ended on Wednesday with the championship going to the Kabul Eagles, who beat Mis Aynak by nine runs at the Kabul International Cricket Stadium. Kabul Eagles have won the title for the second time in a row. The seventh edition of Shpageeza was held from September 6 to
Tolo News: Kabul Eagles will play against the Mis Ainak Knights in the final match of Shpageeza Cricket League on Wednesday. The Shpageeza matches started on September 6 and will run to September 16th. The tournament has six teams – Amo Sharks, Band-e Amir Dragons, Boost Defenders, Kabul Eagles, Mis Ainak Knights and Spin Ghar
Tolo News: Band-e-Amir Knights will face Mis-e-Ainak Dragons in the second semi-final match of Shpageeza Cricket League on Tuesday to determine the second qualifier for the final match against Kabul Eagles. Click here to read more (external link).
The Islander (AU): The one-off Test between Australia and Afghanistan is in extreme doubt as the stakes increase in Cricket Australia’s stand-off with its disgruntled free-to-air broadcaster. The match between Australia and Afghanistan, currently slated to be played in Perth on November 21-25, has long been at risk of being scrapped because of the COVID-19
Ariana: Spectators will be allowed to watch this year’s Shpageeza Cricket League matches at Kabul Cricket Stadium, albeit at reduced numbers, the Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) has announced. In a statement issued Saturday, ACB said the Ministry of Public Health had given them the go-ahead to allow spectators to watch matches. However, strict rules will be enforced.
Tolo News: Afghanistan’s Cricket Board (ACB) on Thursday appointed four new members to its nine-member board who were approved by President Ashraf Ghani, according to a statement by the ACB. The new members include the Women’s Affairs Minister Hasina Safi, Kandahar MP Rohullah Khanzada, senior vice-presidential advisor Haroon Mir and Mohammad Nabi, the former cricket
Tolo News: The seventh edition of the Shpageeza Cricket League competitions have been re-scheduled and will run from September 6 – 16, 2020, the Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) said on Monday. Previously, the ACB said the league will run from September 13th to 25th. Click here to read more (external link).