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ACB sign a long-term partnership with Super Cola

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The Afghanistan Cricket Board has signed a long-term agreement with the Super Cola, Beverages Manufacturing Company to sponsor Afghanistan Cricket Board’s domestic and international assignments.

The agreement was signed today in Herat province between Mr. Naseeb Khan, the Chief Executive Officer of the Afghanistan Cricket Board, and Mr. Mohammad Latif Qanawizian, the Super Cola Company’s General Director. 

Naseeb Khan expressed his desire and gratitude for signing the contract and considers it a great achievement for Afghanistan Cricket Board. He also thanked the Super Cola Leadership for providing financial support to the AfghanAtalan for a longer period. “It’s a big achievement for both organizations, having a national trademark on AfghanAtalan’s jersey is aspiring and it will help us to introduce our national products on a global stage.”

In addition, Mr. Qanawizian also expressed his pleasure in entering the agreement and said that AfghanAtalan’s continuous victories and glories over the years have given the Afghan Nation lots of joy and pleasure. “Super Cola is proud to provide its financial support to the ACB and the National Team. It’s a big honor for us to work closely with the ACB and we are hopeful to work together for a longer period in the future”.

The meeting was held at the Chamber of Commerce and Industries in Herat and was attended by several national traders and businessmen. During the meeting, Naseeb Khan, the ACB CEO, and Hamza Hotak, a national player, presented the Super Cola leadership and other attendees with signed bats, balls, and jerseys. 

It’s fine to note that through this contact, Super Cola will sponsor Afghanistan’s upcoming international events including our forthcoming series against Sri Lanka, UAE, the ACC Asia Cup 2023, and more, as well as the all-important domestic events including Shpageeza Cricket League, Ghazi Amanullah Khan Regional List A and other domestic events in 2023, will also be covered under the agreement.

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