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Monday October 30, 2017
Kabul (BNA) Seventh round of Taekwondo selection competitions has started in Kabul city.
Arif Payman spokesman of General Directorate for Physical Education and Sport told BNA reporter, over 200 athletes from Kabul’s Taekwondo clubs participating in the competitions.
The competitions to be continued for 6 days a 32 top athletes will be selected to Kabul Taekwondo Team, Payman added.
T/M.A.Ansari

Saturday October 28, 2017

Kabul (BNA) Shaheen Asmayee football team won the Afghan Premier League’s (APL) championship for the fourth time after winning the final match against De Maiwand Atalan 3-4 last night.
According to BNA report, the game started at 6:00 pm yesterday, that second half ended with a draw of 2-2 between the two finalists, the two teams played for another 30 minutes which finally Shaheen Asmayee could to defeat De Maiwand Atalan 3-4.
Shams Amini member of publication in football federation told BNA correspondent, champion of the tournament received as award an amount of 750,000 Afs and De Maiwand Atalan team received as award an amount of 500,000 Afs.
Amruddin Sharifi chose the best player of sixth round of ALP matches and goal keeper of De Maiwand Atalan chose the best goal keeper of the tournament.
It is mentionable that the champion of the tournament fined way to AFC competitions.
T/M.A.Ansari
 

Friday October 27, 2017

Kabul (BNA) Afghanistan is all set to take on Ireland in the three-match ODI series at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium, beginning December 5.
The Sharjah Cricket Stadium is also eyeing to host Afghanistan’s first-ever Test match against Zimbabwe in February next year.
Ireland and Afghanistan were given Test status earlier this year in June to become the 11th and 12th Test nations.
Confirming the news, Mazhar Khan, the general manager, Sharjah Cricket Stadium, said, “We are hosting a three-match ODI series between Afghanistan and Ireland in December and there are also discussions on Afghanistan playing their inaugural Test at our ground after the ODI series.”
“We are ready to host Afghanistan’s first Test and for that, dates will be finalized soon,” added Mazhar.
While Ireland’s first Test match will be on home soil against Pakistan in May next year, Afghanistan is hoping to lock horns with Zimbabwe in their inaugural Test.
 

Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Kabul (BNA) Afghanistan is all set to take on Ireland in the three-match ODI series at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium, beginning December 5.
The Sharjah Cricket Stadium is also eyeing to host Afghanistan’s first-ever Test match against Zimbabwe in February next year.
Ireland and Afghanistan were given Test status earlier this year in June to become the 11th and 12th Test nations.
Confirming the news, Mazhar Khan, the general manager, Sharjah Cricket Stadium, said, “We are hosting a three-match ODI series between Afghanistan and Ireland in December and there are also discussions on Afghanistan playing their inaugural Test at our ground after the ODI series.”
“We are ready to host Afghanistan’s first Test and for that, dates will be finalized soon,” added Mazhar.
While Ireland’s first Test match will be on home soil against Pakistan in May next year, Afghanistan is hoping to lock horns with Zimbabwe in their inaugural test.
 

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