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.
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.
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.
Irfan and Waqas were the heroes as Pakistan started their Olympic qualification campaign with a win in HWL 2015
Maria Toorpakai beat South Africa's Siyoli Waters in final to win the 2nd Bahria Town International Women's Squash Championship in Rawalpindi
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.
Pakistan's hopes of qualifying for the 2016 Rio Olympic Games were hit hard after Great Britain beat them by 2-1 in the quarter-final of the HWL in Belgium
Bangladesh defeated Pakistan by eight wickets in the third and final one-day international in Dhaka to sweep the series 3-0.
Pakistan restricted India to 245-8 and survived anxious moments before Shahid Afridi smashed two consecutive sixes to help his team win with two balls to spare at the Sher-e-Bangla stadium
A brilliant all-round performance by Afridi took the spotlight completely off Amir who picked up a wicket on his return.
The 23-year old left-hander took just 36 balls to cover the milestone and broke the previous record set by Shahid Afridi, which had stood for 17 years.
Newcomer Mohammad Asghar - man of the match and Wahab Riaz took three wickets each while Shaun Tait grabbed two for Afridi’s side.
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.
West Indies with another unbelievable win after their semi-final victory became the World Twenty20 champions here at the Eden Gardens
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.
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