Tuesday, June 25, 2024

ACB assigns a Technical Committee to Better Systemize Afghan Cricket

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Photo Credit: Afghanistan Cricket Board

The top management of ACB have set up a committee to observe, review and better standardize cricket in the country. The committee is consisted of 14 members which includes Abdulwali Amin, Ahmad Shah Suliman Khil, Allah Dad Noori, Dawlat Khan Ahmadzai, Ihsan Obaid, Menhaj Raz, Mohammad Khan, Nazeem Jar, Mohammad Salam Afghan, Nawroz Mangal, Noor Malikzai, Raees Khan Ahmadzai, Shahid Alokozai and Taj Malik Alam, which will work together and report back to the top management. 

The committee met the Chairman & CEO of the ACB who instructed the members to analyze the current status of the game in the country, review and report back the top management with specific plans on what needs to be done.

“Our aim is to promote and develop the game in the country. The committee have the primary responsibility to note the strengths, faults and negativities in the current state of the game and report them alongside the proper solutions to the top management”. The Chairman of the ACB Mr. Mirwais Ashraf addressed the committee. 

Mirwais Ashraf, Acting Chairman, Afghanistan Cricket Board announcing the creation of a technical committee to observe, review and better standardize cricket in the country

Photo Credit: Afghanistan Cricket Board

He further asserted that apart from the better systemization of the game, the committee must also review and modify the organizational plans & policies, so they can better govern the game and minimize the existing faults around. “Cricket is the prime source of happiness in the country, the ACB strives hard to develop domestic cricket, build fundamentals of the game and promote areas which needs to be developed, so we could better achieve our organizational objectives”. He added. 

The CEO of ACB, Mr. Naseeb Khan also insisted on expanding and promoting the game to all parts of the country. “ACB is committed to promoting and developing all aspects of the game in Afghanistan, we must work hard and provide the youngsters with all the required facilities to help them come forward and expose their talents”. He added. 

The committee members have also stated that the development of grass root cricket is essential, club & academy level cricket must be concentrated on and the private sector must be supported to come forward and contribute to the development of the cricket in the country. 

The committee has also discussed and assessed the future domestic cricket events and other relevant aspects. It’s to mention that this working group will work together, will closely review & evaluate the proceedings and will report back the top management with the proper action plans.

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