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Saturday April 6, 2019

KABUL CITY (BNA) It is supposed that athletes of Afghanistan national gymnastic team for participation of friendship competitions goes to Pakistan.
Fardin Omid Jalali secretary general in gymnastic federation told BNA reporter, two coaches and eight gymnastic athletes will be participated in the competitions.
Afghanistan national gymnastic team to play with Lahore gymnastic team in the competitions.

Thursday March 21, 2019

Kabul (BNA) Trailblazing bowler Rashid Khan said Afghanistan will fear no one when the World Cup starts in May after a maiden Test win enhanced the reputation of the rising cricket nation.
Khan, who is one of the world's leading bowlers in short-form cricket, said Afghanistan's confidence was growing after beating Ireland on Monday in just their second Test match.
The 20-year-old leg-spinner, who tops the world Twenty20 bowling rankings and lies third in the 50-over standings, took five for 82 as Afghanistan beat their fellow Test newcomers in Dehradun.
Before an expected starring role for Sunrisers Hyderabad when the 2019 Indian Premier League (IPL) begins at the weekend, Khan said Aghanistan's cricketers now need only to believe in themselves.
"We have the talent and we have the skills," he told AFP in an interview.
At last year's Asia Cup, Afghanistan made a breakthrough by topping their group in the 50-over competition ahead of established Test nations Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.

Wednesday March 20, 2019

Kabul (BNA) The construction work of a sport stadium has been started in central Logar province yesterday.
Shamshad Larwi spokesman of Logar governor told BNA, the sport stadium to be built in 1800 acres of lands with a sum of 5 million Afghanis in Mamoren Township, Pul-e-Alam city the provincial capital of the province.
The construction work of the sport stadium inaugurated by governor of the province.

Tuesday March 19, 2019

Kabul (BNA) Afghanistan notched a historic maiden win in only their second Test match when they defeated Ireland by seven wickets in the one-off Test on Monday.
Needing a further 118 runs, Rahmat Shah scored his second half century of the match and Ihsanullah Janat made a fifty in his debut Test as Afghanistan reached 3-149 just before lunch on the fourth day. Shah, who missed out on the century in the first innings before falling for 98, played another splendid knock of 76 with 13 fours before he got stumped when Afghanistan required only three runs for victory.
“It was our dream to play test cricket and today we won a test match so I am very happy for Afghanistan and its people,” Afghanistan captain Asghar Afghan said. “I want to give credit to the bowlers, especially, Rashid Khan, Waqar (Salamkheil), Yamin (Ahmadzai) and (Mohammad) Nabi because the wicket was good for batting.” Leg spinner Rashid claimed the match haul of 7-102 and played the Test while nursing his injured spinning finger. Janat was equally good in scoring unbeaten 65 off 129 balls as both batsmen dominated Ireland bowling with attacking shots during their 139-run match- winning stand.