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- English coach Andy Moles has an Afghan cricket dream - BBC News
- Disability is not Inability in Afghan Cricket - Khaama Press
The Afghanistan Cricket Board is seeking donors and sponsors to help increase access to the game for disabled people. In particular, the ACB is seeking support for the National Disability Team to attend two international disability tournaments at the ...
- Afghanistan Cricket - A Fairy Tale Everyone Wants To Believe In - Cricket World
- Afghanistan coach pleased with World Cup preparations - Gocricket.com
- Benefits cricket can gain from being a part of Asian Games - Sportskeeda
Bangladesh cricket team players invade the ground to celebrate victory over Afghanistan in the final cricket match at the 16th Asian Games in Guangzhou on November 26, 2010. Cricket is the second-most popular sport in the world, thanks to the ...
- Afghanistan cricket quest could immortalise Andy Moles - Telegraph.co.uk
Admittedly, this will depend on the Afghanistan one-day cricket team, of which he has been appointed head coach, winning next year's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand, and calculating the odds against that might defeat the finest actuaries. Then ...
- As troops exit, Britain aids soccer in Afghanistan - MiamiHerald.com
Elevating football standards was the purpose of Amiri traveling with an Afghan delegation to England to learn how to establish the type of infrastructure and coaching networks that led to Rooney getting an early break in the game. "Hopefully we work ...
- Bangladesh running away from batting issues - ESPNcricinfo.com
- Can cricket unite war-trodden Afghanistan? - Cricket Country
Centuries back, only the upper class of the society used to play this “rich man's game”. But who have imagined this so called game of Maharajas would become a ray of hope to unite a war-trodden nation, Afghanistan? Though Afghans learnt their cricket ...
- Cricket World Cup and Asian Cup join forces for big crowds in Canberra - Sydney Morning Herald