A relieved Saeed Ajmal spoke to PakPassion.net about his feelings about passing the test on his bowling action, the debt of gratitude he owes to Saqlain Mushtaq and Dr. Paul Hurrion for their assistance in remedial work on his action and his availability for the Pakistan World Cup squad, should his services be needed.
PCB must take firm action against former Pakistan pace bowler Sarfraz Nawaz for his unsubstantiated and uncontrolled outbursts against the organization using his friends in the media.
Bouyed by the recent success in the unofficial test on his bowling action in, the Pakistan off-spinner spoke about his withdrawal from the 2015 World Cup squad and the role of Saqlain Mushtaq in the effort to remedy Ajmal's bowling action.
PakPassion.net representative had a ring side seat at a glamourous event to launch Pakistan's 2015 World Cup kit which, along with the Pakistan squad, also boasted some well known personalities from the arts and entertainment world.
PakPassion.net, represented by Saj Sadiq were special guests at the glamour filled launch of the Saeed Ajmal International Cricket Academy at the Willows in llford.
Former Pakistan wicket-keeper captain spoke with PakPassion.net to give his views on the strengths and weaknesses of the 15 man squad chosen for the 2014 World Cup.
Pakistan's 2015 World Cup preparations have been dealt a shocking blow with the news that Mohammad Hafeez has failed to clear the 'unoffical' test on his bowling action which was held in Chennai recently.
Ignored for selection in the latest edition of the Pentangular Cup which represents the last chance for players to bring them into contention for the upcoming World Cup, Sadaf Hussain spoke exclusively to PakPassion.net about his disappointment with his career progress so far but expressed his determination to continue working hard to achieve his dreams of selection for Pakistan.
Pakistan U-19s recently completed a 5-0 whitewash against their Kenya counterparts. The matches were held in different grounds in Nairobi and whilst the result of these games was as expected, the value of this tour and it's importance to the players involved was invaluable,
Since the sad events of 2009 when the Sri Lanka cricketers were the last visitors to play in Pakistan, there has been no international cricket possible in Pakistan due to security reasons. Since that time, Pakistan have been forced to play their ‘home’ games at offshore venues such as England and more recently, the UAE.