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Tuesday March 19, 2019

Kabul (BNA) Pakistan Prime Minister and former cricketer Imran Khan on Monday heaped praises on the Afghanistan cricket team for registering its maiden win in the Test format after defeating Ireland in the one-off match. "Congratulations to Afghanistan on their team's first ever win in test cricket. The Afghan cricketers have achieved amazing successes in such a short period of their exposure to international cricket," Khan tweeted. Afghanistan clinched their maiden Test victory by seven wickets against Ireland at the Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium in Uttarakhand's capital Dehradun on Monday.
Rahmat Shah scored a 122-ball 76 and Ishanullah Janat played an unbeaten knock of 65 off 129 balls as Afghanistan notched up a 147-run target on the fourth morning of the one-off Test match. Ireland began the day in the hope of picking up a couple of early wickets. However, Afghanistan batsmen were well-prepared to handle. The duo of Shah and Janat kept the boundaries flowing and it did not take long for them to reach their respective half-centuries. First, Shah crossed the fifty-run mark with a boundary off George Dockrell. Janat followed Shah as he hit two boundaries and a six to reach his half-century. Both the batsmen crossed the 100-run partnership with Afghanistan needing just 32 runs to seal the deal. Unfortunately, the stand was broken and two wickets were lost - Shah was stumped off James Cameron-Dow's delivery and Mohammad Nabi was run-out - when Afghanistan needed just three runs to win.
With Janat and Hashmatullah Shahidi in the middle, the latter found the fence off Cameron-Dow, and history was made. An elated Afghan skipper Asghar Afghan said that the victory made his team happy and was a historic day for Afghanistan. “Happy for today, it is a very historic day for Afghanistan, for Afghanistan people, for our team, for our cricket board. We are very happy. When [we play] a lot of Test matches, we mature. Nowadays, we are playing a lot in Afghanistan first-class cricket. Before, it was three-day, two-day cricket. Now we are playing first-class cricket," International Cricket Council (ICC) quoted Afghan as saying.
ANINEWS
 

Wednesday March 6, 2019

Kabul (BNA) Afghanistan national Wushu team in third round of Daha Fajer world competitions succeeded to obtain 2nd position of the tournament.
Sayed Rahman Yorush head of Wushu federation told BNA, Afghan Wushu athletes succeeded achieve 3 gold, 9 silver and 3 bronze medals during the tournament.
Sixteen Wushu athletes have been participated in the competitions that they could to obtain 16 medals, Yorush added.
Daha Fajer World Competitions under the title of ‘Peace and Friendship’ has started from 01 March, 2019 and ended yesterday.
Wushu athletes from Iran, India, Pakistan, Iraq, Palestine and Afghanistan have been participated in the competitions.
M.A.Ansari
 

Monday March 4, 2019

Kabul (BNA) Afghanistan national cricket to face with Ireland national cricket team in 3rd One Day International tomorrow.
The match will be started on Tuesday at 12:00 pm at Dehradon city, India.
According to BNA report, Afghanistan national cricket team had defeated Ireland national cricket team in first match of OID, but the second match has ended due to rain without result.
Afghanistan national cricket team to play with Ireland national cricket in 4th and five match of OID on Friday and next Sunday.
M.A.Ansari
 

Saturday March 2, 2019

Kabul (BNA) Afghanistan play the second ODI against Ireland today in hope of doubling their lead after winning the first match by five wickets on Thursday.
Gulbadin Naib shone with both bat and ball as Afghanistan produced a clinical performance.
Electing to bat, Ireland were folded for 161 in 49.2 overs with Dawlat Zadran (3/35) and Mujeeb Ur Rahman (3/14) returning with three wickets each. Gulbadin (2/20) also claimed two wickets.
Afghanistan’s top-order and middle-order then fired with opener Mohammad Shahzad (43) and No. 5 Gulbadin (46) taking the team home, scoring 165 for 5 in 41.5 overs.
Afghanistan had earlier whitewashed Ireland 3-0 in the three-match T20I series.
M.A.Ansari
 

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