Pakistan Disabled Cricket Association (PDCA) is planning to launch T20 Disable Asia Cup with the full sport of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB).
“By holding this event we will show to the world that Pakistan is safe for cricket and all other kind of sports activities,” Amir Uddin Ansari, Honorary Secretary PDCA said in a statement on Tuesday.
He said Chairman PCB Shahayar Khan had hailed PDCA’s efforts and the idea of launching Disabled Asia Cup as well as holding of international series in Pakistan.
“This will attract foreign players and will help end international cricket drought in the country.”
He appreciated PCB’s efforts to bring back international cricket in the country adding that the Asia Cup would also help disabled players to improve their skills.
“Following our successful first international series with the Afghanistan team, several other sides have expressed willingness to play in Pakistan,” he said.
Ansari said the association was thankful to Chairman PCB, Chairman Executive Committee PCB Najam Sethi and Chief Operating Officer PCB Subhan Ahmad for providing full support to it and granting Rs 500000 to Pakistan disabled for winning the ICC PD Cricket Tournament.—APP