Monday December 5, 2016
Kabul (BNA) Afghanistan under-19 national cricket team has defeated New Delhi under-19 national cricket team.
Farid Hotak spokesman of Afghanistan Cricket Board (ABC) told BNA reporter, first Afghan U-19 cricket team started bowling and targeted 182 runs in 40 overs, but New Delhi U-19 cricket team couldn’t reach to the chosen target and accept his failure in the match.
Afghanistan U-19 national cricket team since one month started their exercises in India and it is supposed that after the exercise to participate in Asia Cup Competition.
Monday December 5, 2016
Kabul (BNA) Afghan national cricket team players started their exercises in United Arabic Emirates (UAE).
Farid Hotak spokesman of Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) told BNA correspondent, national cricket team players aiming to do exercises left Kabul to Abu Dhabi city, (UAE) the other day.
Afghanistan national cricket team will face in a 4-day match with England national cricket team in near future, the purpose of the trip is getting preparedness, Hotak added.
Sunday December 4, 2016
Kabul (BNA) Muay Thai athletes and coaches were appreciated by National Olympic Committee (NOC) of Afghanistan yesterday.
The athletes were participated in Muay Thai international competitions held in Russia and returned home with three bronze medals.
Munawar Shah Shahzad in-charge of publication in National Olympic Committee told BNA reporter, the Muay Thai international competitions hosted by Russia on the date of 20-27 November, 2016, which Sayed Rohullah Musawi, Shuja Jamal and Suhrab Salahshour Afghan Muay Thai fighters could to obtain bronze medals from these tournaments.
Meanwhile, Mahmoud Hanif acting head of National Olympic Committee of Afghanistan while appreciating Muay Thai athletes also admired coaches and referees of them.
Monday November 28, 2016
Kabul (BNA) The Information and Culture Department of Daikundi province has recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with many Free Fight and Taekwondo clubs, which resulted in introducing 50 youths and teenagers to them who were not able to exercise due to economic problems.
The ceremony was attended by Daikundi provincial governor and many others, during which tens of interested youths have been recruited to these clubs, some of whom free of charge and some others with discount. Mohammad Hussain Seerat, head of the province’s information and culture department during the ceremony said, ‘we have launched this program to assist those youths and teenagers who couldn’t exercise due to economic problems and to prevent addiction and immigrations, particularly in Daikundi.’ At the same time, appreciating the information and culture department of the province on its effective activities, Ms. Massouma Muradi, the governor said, ‘the youths can rescue the country from the crisis and lead it toward improvement and prosperity.’ In the ceremony, a number of athletes and coaches said, ‘sport is a way to fight corruption, restore peace and stability in the country and prevent the youths from addiction.’ They have also asked the organs concerned to further cooperate with them in term of sport facilities. It is worth mentioning that the information and culture department of the province has promised to sign a MoU with a women sport club, so the interested women also start exercising.
Nesar Ahmad Askarzada