The Pakistan Billiards and Snooker Federation (PBSF) Tuesday named an 8-member Pakistan squad for the 29th Asian Snooker Championship starting here from April 27. Being the host country,the Asian Confederation of Billiards Sports (ACBS) has allowed Pakistan to field eight cueists based on the ranking after the 38th National Snooker Championship.
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Pakistan’s tennis ace Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi is to play the International Tennis Premier League (ITPL),which is to be started by Indian tennis star Mahesh Bhupathi by the end of this year.
“Aisam has been invited and he is to play this league as it will give a tremendous boost to the game of tennis,” said . . . →Read More:Aisam to participate in International Tennis Premier League
Pakistan qualified for the prestigious Olympic Winter Games (OWG) to be held in Sochi,Russia in February next year after participating in International Ski Federation (FIS) races held in Europe and Asia. Talking to this scribe,SFP official said:“Pakistan has attained the required FIS points thus ensuring a birth in the event. The SFP contingent . . . →Read More:Pakistan ready to compete in Winter Olympics
Former skipper Wasim Akram will supervise a camp for fast bowler in Karachi before the national team’s camp for the ICC Champions Trophy.
National team bowlers along with upcoming and young bowlers will participate in the camp,a PCB news release said on Wednesday.
Around 15-17 bowlers are expected to participate in the 10-day camp.
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Pakistan captain Misbahul Haq led his side to a three-wicket win over South Africa in the fourth One-Day International (ODI),setting up a series decider in the final match in Benoni.
Misbah made 80 and Imran Farhat scored 93 as Pakistan chased down South Africa’s total of 234 for nine with eight balls to spare.
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Fate wasn’t so kind to the two of the most talented and exciting footballers in history when it decided to send them together to set the world of football on fire. I can foresee regular space for them in the leading newspapers around the world for decades to come.
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Indian government was reported to have cancelled the Pakistan-India hockey series scheduled to be held next month,Indian media reports said Friday.
Sources said the souring diplomatic ties forced India’s foreign ministry to take this decision.
Pakistan’s hockey team was to tour India in a five match series,the first such tour between the two . . . →Read More:Hockey series:India refuses to compete with Pakistan
A comfortable and convincing victory over Pakistan in the first ODI will reignite public admiration for the South Africa in the limited overs arena,while Pakistan simply made too many mistakes. Whether the tourists have the ability to rectify these mistakes is another question entirely,one that will surely be answered at Centurion.
Following their . . . →Read More:Pakistan to confront South Africa in 2nd ODI
Pakistan Tennis Federation (PTF) is going to send teams to Kuching,Malaysia,for Junior Davis Cup,Junior Fed Cup and World Junior Tennis series.
Asim Shafiq will lead the under-14 side for World Junior Tennis and also the junior team for Davis cup,which was selected after open trials held in the second week of . . . →Read More:PTF to send junior teams to Kuching competitions