Pakistan Deaf Team to depart for Sri Lanka tomorrow for white-ball series

LAHORE: Pakistan National Deaf Cricket Team will leave for Sri Lanka tomorrow to partake in the forthcoming white-ball series.

In a scheduled press conference, ahead of their departure for the series, the president of the Pakistan Deaf Cricket Association Irfan Mairaj announced the details of the team’s tour and backed the side to perform well, whereas, also claimed that the team selection was done on the merit.

“The team will perform well in the series and will live up to our tradition of performing well in Sri Lanka,” Irfan stated.

“We chose the team based on merit, and I have no doubt that they will produce excellent results. Additionally, youngsters have also been selected in the squad,” he concluded.

The national captain Ahmed Qureshi also backed the president of the Pakistan Deaf Cricket Association and claimed that the team will return successful from the Island.

It is pertinent to mention here that the national deaf side will lock horns with Sri Lanka in three ODIs and two T20Is.

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