Shinwar's 5-34 in seven overs reduced Sri Lanka to 103 all out in 26.2 overs in before openers Fakhar Zaman (48) and Imam-ul-Haq (45 not out) knocked off the paltry target in 20.2 overs.
Shahid Khan Afridi lead 'Afridi 11' to victory against 'TDP 11' in an exhibition match organised by the Pakistan Army at the Bakakhel camp in Bannu for the affectees of the North Waziristan operation.
Two tribal children an eight years old Thelessmia patient, Hamad Afridi and a cancer patient, Fakhir jointly inaugurated the sports event by hitting ball with bats.
Pakistan surged into the final of the Champions Trophy with masterful unpredictability, completing a thumping win by eight wickets with nearly 13 overs to spare.
Ghani Shinwari works on daily wages in Torkham on Pak-Afghan border. In after noon, he comes to a Martial Art Academy; a big hall located in an old building in Landi Kotal Bazzar of Khyber Agency.
It was Boom Boom Shahid Afridi who again showed a hurricane innings after a winning blitz against India on Sunday. He blasted a 25-ball 59 with seven towering sixes.
Leg-spinner Yasir Shah grabbed a career-best seven for 76 as Pakistan on Sunday won the first Test match against Sri Lanka by 10 wickets in Galle.
Prior to it, total of 24 teams across the tribal areas that had been divided in four groups, and each team comprises minimum nine players from FATA competed one another in 67 cricket games.
New Zealand were always looking for a miracle after being bowled out for a below-par 183 in 45 overs, despite 83 from Grant Elliott – as Mitchell Starc bowled Brendon McCullum for a duck in the first over.
Maria Toorpakai beat South Africa's Siyoli Waters in final to win the 2nd Bahria Town International Women's Squash Championship in Rawalpindi
Younis Khan hit a brilliant unbeaten 171 as Pakistan defeated Sri Lanka by seven wickets in the 3rd Test to win their first series on the island since 2006.
Carlos Brathwaite broke the hearts of an England side, which for the first time in a wonderful, fluctuating game of cricket, had sensed that the World Twenty20 title was in their grasp.
Pakistan 174 for 9 (Anwar 46, Afridi 45) beat Sri Lanka 172 for 7 (Kapugedera 48*, Jayasuriya 40) by one wicket
ICC's special selection panel chaired by the ICC Cricket Committee chairman and former India captain Anil Kumble, on Wednesday, chose 12 international including three Pakistani players as its Test Team of the Year 2015.
Sameen Gul Afridi, Muhammad Barki and Hayatullah of FATA have been included in the national cricket under-19 cricket team for the up coming world cup.
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