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  1. #161
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    What an inspiration to watch these athletes compete. Each of them are true winners and should be immensely proud.

    A note of thanks to Bangaloreans for turning out in large numbers to support these superstarts.

    Well done to all the teams who participated.

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    What a comprehensive victory ! Congrats to the team and Indian fans !

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    Congrats to the team.

    Well done.


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    Congratulations everyone

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    Well done

    As Ravi Shastri would say,cricket is the real winner here


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    Congrats and well done champs

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    Congrats team india. Won the final after losing to arch rivals in group stages

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    Lol... It's like Ind winning the cup vs West Indies of 1983

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    anni paa gay india aalay faynal ich


    Azaadi. InshAllah.

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    Congratulations to India on winning the cup but also we much congratualate our Pakistan team too what a tourney they had completed dominated it's too bad they could not win the final but regardless congrats to beat teams

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    BCCI awards blind team Rs 1 crore

    "Acchhe din" it seems, have begun for blind cricket in India. It's learnt that in a first of its kind gesture on its part, the Board of Control for Cricket in India will award Rs 1 crore to the Indian cricket team that won the Twenty20 World Cup last month by beating arch-rivals Pakistan in the title clash in Bengaluru.

    The decision was taken in a meeting of the Supreme Court-appointed Committee of Administrators on February 25 here. The four-member COA is headed by former Comptroller and Auditor General of India Vinod Rai, and includes cricket historian Ramachandra Guha, Vikram Limaye, managing director of Infrastructure Development Finance Company and former Indian women's captain Diana Edulji. The prize money will be given to Cricket Association for the Blind in India, which will pass it onto its players.

    Blind cricketers in India face a struggle to continue playing the sport for financial reasons, and many players of the World Cup winning team were forced by their employers to play in the tournament on "leave without pay." This move by BCCI thus will be a shot in the arm for blind cricket.

    It was only last Tuesday that Prime Minister Narendra Modi invited the team to his residence, but the decision to announce a cash prize by the richest cricket body in the world has left the blind cricket community overjoyed.

    "It's a fabulous gesture. It's not the money that matters, but the recognition. I hope BCCI ensures the money is shared amongst the players, support staff and the CABI," said Patrick Rajkumar, coach of the team. "It's a great moment for us. Getting this announcement and commitment from BCCI means a lot. My heartfelt thanks to the new team to have taken this decision. I'd written to BCCI officials persistently requesting financial assistance and recognition. We organised the T20 World Cup in a grand manner, which forced us to spend a lot of money and take loans. The blind community is happy about this move," said CABI chief GK Mahantesh.

    "This money will help us organise our cricket calendar. This gesture from the BCCI will now motivate the other corporates to come out and support us too. We were always asked by others about what BCCI was doing for us."

    "I'm happy. This is a good first step that the BCCI has taken and is thinking about blind cricket. Thank you so much BCCI. Now, we can play continuously, without worrying about money. We've been waiting for this sort of recognition for the past several years. Finally a step has been taken by the BCCI to develop blind cricket in India," stated Ajay Reddy, captain of the team.

    http://www.cricbuzz.com/cricket-news...eam-rs-1-crore

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    Does the blind cricket team have its own board or does it fall under the BCCI?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExpressPacer View Post
    Does the blind cricket team have its own board or does it fall under the BCCI?
    There is a Cricket Association for the Blind in India board. https://www.blindcricket.in/

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    Well the blind cricket teams of India and Pakistan will resume cricket between the two nations when they take on each other in the T20 format in a tri-series in Dhaka, Bangladesh on April 4.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Saj View Post
    Well the blind cricket teams of India and Pakistan will resume cricket between the two nations when they take on each other in the T20 format in a tri-series in Dhaka, Bangladesh on April 4.
    If only the Indian government and BCCI were not the ones who truly could not see the damage they are doing to world cricket by not playing regularly with Pakistan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saj View Post
    Well the blind cricket teams of India and Pakistan will resume cricket between the two nations when they take on each other in the T20 format in a tri-series in Dhaka, Bangladesh on April 4.
    Indian and Pakistan Blind cricket teams will play against each other in a three-nation T20 series in Dhaka next month.

    The Pakistan Blind Cricket Council said on Tuesday that Pakistan, India and Bangladesh will be taking part in a three-nation event in Dhaka from April 2.

    "Pakistan and Indian Blind teams will face each other on 4th April in the tournament," one official said.

    The PBCC official said the players and officials of the Pakistan team were tested for the coronavirus and all members returned negative, while Bangladesh and India had also done similar exercises with negative results.

    The Pakistan Blind team will depart from Lahore on Wednesday with the first match of the series taking place between India and Bangladesh on April 2.

    Pakistan will take on Bangladesh on April 3. Pakistan will then face India on April 4.

    Pakistan will clash with Bangladesh once more on April 6 whereas their second clash with India will occur on April 7.

    The best two teams will clash in the final scheduled to be played on April 8.

    https://www.timesnownews.com/sports/...n-dhaka/739128


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    Pakistan blind cricket team has defeated India by 58 runs during the ongoing triangular series in Sylhet, Bangladesh.

    Batting first, Pakistan posted 185/9 in their allotted 20 overs with Badar Munir scoring 50 off 27 balls with the help of four sixes.

    Meanwhile, Moin Aslam made 33 runs and Nisar Ali, captain, contributed with 30 runs.

    For India, Ajay Teddy claimed two wickets.

    In reply, the Men in Blue could only muster 127/9 in 20 overs.

    https://cricketpakistan.com.pk/en/ne...dia-by-58-runs


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    Omg yes boys!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MenInG View Post

    A very happy Pakistan side!



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    KARACHI: The ongoing blind cricket triangular series featuring India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh has been rescheduled due to prevailing COVID-19.

    The decision has been taken following the rise in COVID-19 cases in Bangladesh. The country will go on lockdown for a week starting from Monday [5th April].

    Now, the tournament, which was scheduled on a double round-robin format, will be shortened to a single league and a final. The event will be completed by tomorrow with two more league matches and a final.

    The league matches are reduced to 10 overs per side and the final will comprise 15 overs per side.

    ARY


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    Pakistan blind cricket team beat Bangladesh by seven wickets in today's match of the ongoing Triangular Blind Cricket Tournament!

    Bangladesh: 83-4 (10 overs)
    Pakistan: 90-3 (8.4 overs)
    Man of the Match: Moain Aslam


    Arsenal all the way!! (and Pakistan, of course!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by MenInG View Post
    A very happy Pakistan side!

    Their kit looks much better than the team playing in SA.

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    Dhaka: Pakistan have won the final of the tri-nation blind cricket tournament by beating arch-rivals India by 62 runs.

    India could only manage 112 for seven in the allotted 15 overs in pursuit of Pakistan’s 175. India’s Sunil Ramesh scored 39 while Pankaj made 23 runs. Pakistan’s Sajid Nawaz picked two wickets while captain Nisar Ali bagged one wicket.

    Earlier, Pakistan posted 174 for the loss of three wickets. Captain Nisar Ali played an unbeaten inning of 69 runs while Zafar Iqbal made 24-ball 48. India’s Ajay Kumar took two wickets.

    It must be noted that hosts Bangladesh was the third team in the tri-nation tournament. The tournament was rescheduled to a two-day affair after rising cases of COVID-19 in Dhaka.

    ARY


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    DHAKA: Pakistan secured a brilliant 62-run win over India in the final of the Tri-Nation Series for the Blind 2021 to lift the title here on Sunday.

    After being asked to bat first, Pakistan batsmen dominated from the beginning and posted a massive total of 174 runs on the board in the allotted 15 overs.

    Skipper Nisar Ali played an impressive unbeaten knock of 69 runs while Zafar Iqbal scored 48 to power their side to a very competitive total. Also, Iqbal scored 48 off just 28 balls but missed out on his half-century as he got run out in the ninth over.

    India's Ajay Kumar Reddy Cabi delivered a scintillating performance with the ball as he scalped two wickets while conceding 26 runs from his three overs.

    Chasing the target, India got off to a good start with openers Venkateswara Rao and Pankaj Bhue keeping the scoreboard running. Sajid Nawaz provided Pakistan with the first breakthrough as he dismissed Bhue in the seventh over.

    In the same over, Md Jafar Iqbal got run out, bringing Sunil Ramesh on the field. The partnership between Rao and Ramesh also did not last long as Nawaz got hold of the former. With India losing regular wickets, the pressure started to build on the team as they were chasing a huge target.

    Ramesh played a knock of 39 runs, the highest from the team, but he failed to get support from the other end as India kept losing wickets. After the completion of 15 overs, India only managed to score 112 runs, facing a 62-run defeat.

    Brief scores: Pakistan 174/3 (Nisar Ali 69*, Zafar Iqbal 48; Ajay Kumar Redy Cabi 2/26); India 112/7 (Sunil Ramesh 39, Pankaj Bhue 23; Sajid Nawaz 2/28).

    https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/...2.cms?from=mdr


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    Well done boys.

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    Excellent stuff

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    KARACHI: Pakistan Blind Cricket team arrived back home on Saturday after winning the Triangular Blind Series in Dhaka. President World Blind Cricket Council and Chairman Pakistan Blind Cricket Council, Syed Sultan Shah lauded the team’s fantastic efforts and said that the credit for the victory goes to all the players and the team management for their brilliant performance throughout the tournament, especially against India because the arch-rivals had always been a very tough competitor.

    Speaking on the occasion, Sultan Shah said: “We are planning to hold a bilateral blind cricket series between Pakistan and India as we had a meeting with the President, Indian Blind Cricket Council Mantesh G.K on organising of the series between the best two teams.

    “Our Domestic infrastructure is considered one of the best in the world. We’ve organised our events regularly despite the Covid outbreak which gave us new talent who got selected in the national squad and played their role to take Pakistan to the victory spot.

    “Before our series, we will be holding Inter-Provincial Blind League in June,” he added.”Punjab Government has allotted us a cricket ground for our events, and 80 percent of the work is complete. Our council is in talks with the Govt that PBCC will bear the cost for the remaining construction.


    Published in Dawn, April 11th, 2021


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    From PCB release:

    The BoG congratulated the Pakistan men’s national and the blind cricket teams on their recent successes. The national side defeated South Africa by 2-1 to rise to second in the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Super League points table, while the blind team won the three-nation tournament in Dhaka last week.


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