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ACB: RTA secures broadcasting rights for seventh edition of SCL

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The broadcasting rights agreement for the seventh edition of Shpageeza Cricket League was signed today at ACB headquarters between ACB and National Radio Television of Afghanistan (RTA) on the basis of which the latter will broadcast the tournament which is scheduled to be held from 13th to 25th September at Kabul Cricket Stadium.

The broadcasting rights agreement for the seventh edition of Shpageeza Cricket League was signed today at ACB headquarters between ACB and National Radio Television of Afghanistan (RTA) on the basis of which the latter will broadcast the tournament which is scheduled to be held from 13th to 25th September at Kabul Cricket Stadium.

The agreement was signed by ACB CEO Mr. Lutfullah Stanikzai on behalf of ACB and Mr. Himatullah Niazmand on behalf of RTA in presence of officials from both sides.

Mr. Stanikzai remarked, “High quality broadcasting of the league is our priority and I am pleased that ACB and RTA could collaborate again for the same purpose after a successful sixth edition last year. “

On behalf of RTA, Mr. Niazmand said, “It is a pleasing news that we get to collaborate with ACB again. RTA always strives for quality when it comes to broadcasting matches to our cricket fans.” He further added that RTA will bring more innovations in its broadcasting this time and ensure its broadcasting standards are high 

The seventh edition of Shpageeza Cricket League will start mid-September at Kabul Cricket Stadium.

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