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Oman plays a draw 2-2 with Pakistan in opening match of 4-test series

Lahore : Visiting Oman side drew 2-2 with Pakistan in the first under 18 test at National Stadium, Lahore. Oman’s under 18 hockey team  reached Lahore yesterday evening to play a 4-test series against their Pakistani counterparts. All matches to be played at the National Hockey Stadium, Lahore, begun from today. Scorers: For ... Read More »

Test Cricketer Muhammad Irfan’s father has passed away

Lahore :  Test Cricketer Muhammad Irfan’s father has passed away. Inna Lilahe Wa Inna Elehe Rajeune. Chairman PCB Shaharyar M. Khan, Chairman Executive Committee Najam Sethi and Chief Operating Officer Subhan Ahmad have offered their heartfelt condolences to the Test cricketer Muhammad Irfan on the sad demise of his father. ... Read More »

Secretary Sports Nayyar Iqbal reviews Punjab Games arrangements

Lahore : Secretary Sports Punjab and chairman organising committee Punjab Game, Nayyar Iqbal Friday reviewed all the arrangements of the provincial mega event going to be held from September 28 to 30. The opening ceremony of the games will be held on September 28 at the Punjab Stadium and to make the event a ... Read More »

Pakistan T-20 Team announced for the series against West Indies

Lahore : The Pakistan Cricket Board today announces the Pakistan Team for the 3 match T20I series against the West Indies in the UAE . The Team has been finalized by Chief Selector Inzamam ul Haq and the National Selection Committee after consultations with the Pakistan Team Head Coach and ... Read More »

PHF women XI played a goalless draw against Sports Board Punjab XI

Lahore : Sports Board Punjab and Pakistan Hockey Federation women wing organized a Defence Day exhibition women hockey match here at the National Hockey Stadium on Tuesday, The match was held to express solidarity with Pakistan Army for their sacrifices for the motherland. PHF women XI played a goalless draw against ... Read More »

Muhammad Irfan ruled out of the remaining England Series. Hassan Ali will be retained in T-20

Cardiff  : Pakistan Fast Bowler Muhammad Irfan has been ruled out of the remaining part of England series. Fast bowler suffered from cramping while playing the fourth ODI against England at Headingly. Irfan initially suffered cramps in his hamstring in that match and came off to receive treatment. He returned ... Read More »

Pakistan’s under 21 hockey team reached Lahore after a successful tour of Netherlands and Spain

Lahore : Pakistan’s under 21 hockey team reached Lahore this morning after a successful tour of Netherlands and Spain. In Netherlands, they played three matches against prominent clubs besides appearing in the BCE International Tournament featuring Netherlands’ EHV H.C., Pakistan Juniors and two German teams. Pakistani colts won all the ... Read More »

Pakistan under 21 hockey team won final test against Spain’s Junior

Terrassa, Spain: Pakistan under 21 hockey team won the third and final test against Spain’s Junior side on penalty shoot out after 3-3 draw in the regulation time. With this they also won the series 2-1. Unlike the second test, this time it was Spain who thrice took the lead ... Read More »

Four Army Players Added to National Camp

Lahore : President Pakistan Hockey Federation, Brig Khalid Sajjad Khokhar has recommended four more players for the national camp already in progress at Johar Stadium, Lahore. Abdul Jabbar, M.Zubair, Sajid Ali and M.Adnan (goal keeper) were selected after their impressive performance for the Army team which won the recently held ... Read More »

PCB announces the schedule of West Indies Tour to Pakistan 2016

Lahore : The Pakistan Cricket Board announced the schedule of the West Indies Tour to Pakistan 2016 (played at neutral venue in UAE) today. The Series comprises of 3 T20 Internationals, 3 One Day Internationals and 3 Test Matches commencing from September 23rd with the T20 Series. PCB will host ... Read More »

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