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Fata Super League to begin in first week of April

Fata Super League to begin in first week of April
March 16, 2017

JAMRUD, 16 March: The Fata Super League (FSL) will be started in the first week of April in the tribal regions.
Speaking to reporters at Jamrud Sports Complex, the event chief organizer Haji Taimor claimed that the tournament would be second biggest event after the Pakistan Super League (PSL).
Haji Taimor said that 16 teams from tribal areas will compete in the event adding that matches would be played at Bajaur, Kurram, Waziristan and Khyber agencies cricket grounds. He added that the league will kick off in the first week of April and every team will comprise of nine players that would include at least one under-19 player and two non-tribal.
He said that winner of the FSL will receive Rs 0.6 million award and runner up Rs 0.3 million.
The FSL is sponsored by Alhaj group, Fa motors company and Green Tea Pakistan sponsor the event.
He said that the organizer will bear the players foods and logistics.
“The main purpose is to tap local talent and show the world that FATA have talent like other parts of the country. We want to show the world that there is peace in the tribal areas,” he told TNN.

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