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Giles Clark lauds PCB efforts for bringing int’l cricket back Pakistan

Giles Clark lauds PCB efforts for bringing int’l cricket back Pakistan
September 11, 2017

LAHORE: International Cricket Council director Giles Clarke on Monday paid tribute to Pakistan Cricket Board’s efforts and the passion of the cricket-loving nation in bringing international cricket back home.

Speaking at a joint press conference with PCB chairman Najam Sethi here, Clarke said he was happy to see international cricketing action return to Pakistan.

He said that it was long road to cover and pointed out that Lahore’s successful hosting of the PSL final earlier this year was crucial in making the World XI tour possible.

He said that security teams from different countries were present here to review security arrangements for the PSL final, and it was on that basis report the World XI tour became possible.

The director also lauded the efforts of World XI coach Andy Flower in making the tour possible.

PCB chairman Najam Sethi thanked the ICC for giving a go-ahead to the World XI tour and said the successful hosting of the PSL final opened the doors to international cricket in Pakistan.


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