Women’s cricket in Afghanistan ramiz raja says country has to face pressure from icc


London, President of Pakistan Cricket Board Rameez Raja (Ramiz Raja) has said that the ICC (International Cricket Council) will pressurize to clarify the situation regarding the ban on women’s cricket after the Taliban takes control of the Afghan government. Raja is part of the International Cricket Council (ICC) working group reviewing the state of the game in Afghanistan. Raja said in the program ‘Stumped’ on BBC World Service, ‘Afghanistan will be under pressure. I am sure they will have to decide in the next 6 months how they will deal with it.

Apart from the men’s team, it is also necessary to have a national women’s team for full membership of the ICC. Women’s cricket is likely to be banned in Afghanistan after the return of Taliban rule. Rameez Raja Said, ‘Like everyone else, we are giving them time. They are in a difficult position. Afghanistan is one of the 12 full members of the ICC. The Afghanistan men’s team participated in the T20 World Cup played in the UAE and Oman in October-November.

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Australia canceled a proposed Test against the country’s men’s team in November a few months ago due to uncertainty surrounding women’s cricket in Afghanistan. Raja, who played 57 Tests and 198 One Day Internationals for Pakistan, said, ‘It is difficult for Afghanistan to answer right now. Things are still volatile in Afghanistan.

Tags: Afghanistan Cricket, Afghanistan-Taliban, Cricket news, Pakistan cricket, Ramiz Raja, Women’s cricket


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