8th National Physical Disability T20 Cricket Championship 2022-2023

Peshawar PD beat Abbottabad by 79, thanks to the brilliant all-round game of captain Nihar Alam, and achieved their second consecutive victory.

Islamabad defeated Lahore by 6 wickets. In these matches, Nahar Alam and Adil Abbasi were declared Man of the Match. The performance of PPDCA is exemplary. PCB should be fully supported. Special guest Sabih Azhar and Ayaz Akbar Yusuf Zaire.

Islamabad/Karachi (Sports Reporter) Peshawar PD won the 8th National Physical Disability T20 Cricket Championship 2022-23 by defeating the rival Abbottabad PD by 79 runs thanks to an unbeaten half-century of 65 runs and 3 wickets by its captain Nihar Alam. I wrapped up my second consecutive win.

On this occasion, the Chief Guest, Head Coach Rawalpindi Sabih Azhar and Coach Fata Ayaz Akbar Yusuf Zai said in their short speech that Pakistan Physical Disability Cricket Association has done excellent services at the national and international level. should do Later, the players were also introduced to the two guests.

In the third match of the second and final stage of the ongoing National Championship under the management of Pakistan Physical Disability Cricket Association, the winning team scored 179 runs for 7 wickets while playing first at Bhutto Ground Islamabad.

Captain Nihar Alam scored a half-century of 65 runs with the help of 6 fours off 15 balls, Saddam scored 44 runs with 4 fours and a six, while Ehtisham scored an extremely aggressive 35 runs off just 12 balls with 5 sixes. And made with the help of a square.

Raj Wali and Muhammad Hussain Hussain took two wickets each, in reply, Abbott Aba’s team was all out by scoring only 100 runs in 18.4 overs. Nihar Alam took 3 wickets while bowling well after batting, Momin and Gohar Ali bagged 2 wickets each. Nihar Alam won the man of the match award thanks to his brilliant performance. In the fourth match, Islamabad PD defeated Lahore PD by 6 wickets.

Lahore batted first and scored 123 runs for 9 wickets in 20 overs. Osama hit 4 sixes and 3 fours in an aggressive 44, Usman scored 20 runs, Waqif Shah bowled well and dismissed 3 players for 11 runs while Adil Abbasi and Farman took 2 wickets each. In reply, Islamabad scored 126 runs in 14.3 overs for the loss of 4 wickets.

All-rounder Adil Abbasi scored 55 runs from 48 balls with 4 fours and 2 sixes while Waqif Shah scored 26 runs after excellent bowling.

The not out was scored off 18 balls with the help of 3 fours and 1 six. Osama took 2 wickets. Adil Abbasi was declared off the match for his brilliant all-round performance.

On the last day of the second and final round of the National Championship, on February 16, Lahore will face Islamabad at 9:30 am, while Peshawar will face Abbottabad at 1:30 pm.


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